Prepare yourself for big news. Tomorrow at 1PM Pacific time (4PM est), the TV Addict will be on the line with BATTLESTAR GALACTICA executive producers Ronald D. Moore and David Eick as they address breaking news regarding the series’ fourth season.

While there’s no official word on what this ‘big news’ is, we’re going to go out on a limb and speculate that Moore and Eick will announce that Starbuck’s alive this upcoming fourth season will be GALACTICA’S last.

Regardless of the news, rest assured you’ll hear it first at

[UPDATE] Talk about sucking the suspense from tomorrow’s conference call. Eick and Moore’s via SciFi have released the following official statement.

“This show was always meant to have a beginning, a middle and finally, an end. Over the course of the last year, the story and the characters have been moving strongly toward that end and we’ve decided to listen to those internal voices and conclude the show on our own terms,” Eick and Moore said in the statement. “And while we know our fans will be saddened to know the end is coming, they should brace themselves for a wild ride getting there –- we’re going out with a bang .”

So it’s apparently official. Talk about a depressing month for this TV addict. First the end of GILMORE GIRLS, followed swiftly by the cancellation of VERONICA MARS, LOST’S been given an expiry date and now BATTLESTAR. If this mass exodus of shows gets any worse, we at may have to start (gasp!) turning off our TV. I wonder if theBOOKaddict is taken?

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  • Well no surprise here and it’s a good thing rather then stretching it on forever. Goos stuff! I can’t wait.

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  • YOu know, I don’t mind the big announcement. For my part, I’d much rather a show KNOW going into a season that it’ll be the last so they can pull out all the stops, go out with a big bang and wrap up all the storylines as opposed to the way poor Farscape was trashed after a cliffhanger. (Yes, they eventually got to wrap things up with the four-hour miniseries, but for a while there, we had to deal with that awful last shot of Crichton and his beloved being reduced to piles of ash…)