Question of the Day: Ronald D. Moore’s VIRTUALITY Back From the Dead?


In a surprising move, FOX has quietly pushed up the premiere of VIRTUALITY, Ronald D. Moore’s two-hour movie (read: failed pilot) from July 4th to June 26. More peculiar still is that to coincide with said under-the-radar movie, an email found its way into’s inbox this morning asking if we’d be interested in interviewing any of the show’s producers/ writers/ and stars (yes please!) Begging the question: Does the one-two combo of FOX moving VIRTUALITY off of what is traditionally one of the least watched night’s of television of the year (July 4th, America’s Birthday), and the networks sudden/ unexpected need to promote the movie lend credence to the incessant rumors that VIRTUALITY is not nearly as dead as we all initially thought? Discuss.

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  • Hil

    Well it can’t be worse than the highly anticipated Dollhouse was. I say go for it!

  • Nixxy

    Oh – please, please interview James D’arcy!

  • Margaret

    This was the most promising pilot so I’d love if it were to go to series. Plus it has the very hot Nikolaj Coster-Waldau from the under appreciated ‘New Amsterdam’.

  • I had forgotten until someone reminded me that this is a Ron Moore vehicle. That makes my feelings about it rather mixed.