Also, Magda Apanowicz, Luciana Carro and Battlestar's Kandyse McClure and Mark Sheppard will appear at the Toronto Comic Con later this month (March 26 - 28), so if you're planning on going, keep an eye on this site.
Here is the updated announcement for the Paley Center next week:
Wednesday, March 17, 2010
6:30 pm ET
Ronald D. Moore, Cocreator and Executive Producer
David Eick, Executive Producer
Esai Morales, "Joseph Adama"
Alessandra Torresani, "Zoe Graystone"
Magda Apanowicz, "Lacy Rand"
Sasha Roiz, "Sam Adama"
Mark Stern, Executive Vice President of Development, Syfy and Co-Head of Content, Universal Cable Productions
Others to be announced.
Syfy’s new Battlestar Galactica prequel—more futuristic family saga than space opera—is a provocative, superbly crafted drama that, like its predecessor, tackles complex, highly resonant themes, such as religion, race, terrorism, technology, love, and the very nature of humanity. Like all quality drama, Caprica is not just emotionally and intellectually gripping, but also compels viewers to confront their own reality, even as they are swept up in this visually arresting, preapocalyptic world of sentient robots, avatars, and interplanetary travel.
The Paley Center will preview an upcoming episode from Caprica’s first season, followed by a discussion with members of the cast and creative team.