BSG: The Complete Series, Vol. 1

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Join the fight to save the human race! Now -- you can relive every action-packed moment of the epic Battlestar Galactica saga in this special digital box-set, presented in two Volumes. In Volume 1, you’ll get Seasons 1 and 2, plus the four-hour miniseries that started it all. In the miniseries and Season 1, a surprise attack by the robotic Cylons scatters the remnants of humanity throughout the galaxy, and it’s up to steely President Laura Roslin (Mary McDonnell) and battle-hardened Commander William Adama (Edward James Olmos) to unite the desperate survivors. In Season 2, the fight to save humanity rages on. The ongoing battle of President Roslin and Commander Adama continues, in their heart-pounding crusade to save humanity from the deadly Cylons – even as civil war looms within the fleet between their followers. BSG: The Complete Series, Vol. 1 Wiki

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The world ended with no warning, and all that was left… was hope.

A truce between the humans of the Twelve Colonies and the Cylons—intelligent robots designed by humankind—lasts for 40 tense and silent years. Battlestar Galactica picks up just as the Cylons commit mass genocide against humanity. Only the Battlestar Galactica (an old warship about to be decommissioned and turned into a museum) and those souls fortunate enough to be aboard other starships were able to survive the attack. In the aftermath, the Galactica's commanding officer, William Adama, finds himself responsible for safeguarding the last remnants of the human race—fewer than 50,000 desperate survivors. Meanwhile, the annihilation of the Colonial government results in the succession of the Secretary of Education, Laura Roslin, to the presidency. Driven by prophetic visions and political necessity, the Galactica travels through uncharted space in hopes of finding the mythical, lost 13th colony—Earth.

Episode TitleTime
The Mini Series, Pt. 1 1:34:33
The Mini Series, Pt. 2 1:29:16
Season 1, Episode 1: 3344:40
Season 1, Episode 2: Water43:42
Season 1, Episode 3: Bastille Day43:42
Season 1, Episode 4: Act of Contrition43:36
Season 1, Episode 5: You Can't Go Home Again43:42
Season 1, Episode 6: Litmus43:41
Season 1, Episode 7: Six Degrees of Separation43:41
Season 1, Episode 8: Flesh And Bone43:44
Season 1, Episode 9: Tigh Me Up, Tigh Me Down43:48
Season 1, Episode 10: The Hand of God43:49
Season 1, Episode 11: Colonial Day43:39
Season 1, Episode 12: Kobol's Last Gleaming, Pt 143:42
Season 1, Episode 13: Kobol's Last Gleaming, Pt 243:43
Season 2, Episode 1: Scattered43:40
Season 2, Episode 2: Valley of Darkness43:31
Season 2, Episode 3: Fragged43:44
Season 2, Episode 4: Resistance43:46
Season 2, Episode 5: The Farm43:39
Season 2, Episode 6: Home, Pt 143:44
Season 2, Episode 7: Home, Pt 243:42
Season 2, Episode 8: Final Cut43:45
Season 2, Episode 9: Flight of the Phoenix43:43
Season 2, Episode 10: Pegasus45:25
Season 2, Episode 11: Resurrection Ship, Pt 143:41
Season 2, Episode 12: Resurrection Ship, Pt 243:44
Season 2, Episode 13: Epiphanies43:45
Season 2, Episode 14: Black Market43:44
Season 2, Episode 15: Scar43:57
Season 2, Episode 16: Sacrifice44:34
Season 2, Episode 17: The Captain's Hand43:48
Season 2, Episode 18: Downloaded43:19
Season 2, Episode 19: Lay Down Your Burdens, Pt 143:42
Season 2, Episode 19: Lay Down Your Burdens, Pt 2 1:07:51
The people of the Twelve Colonies have been at peace with their enemies, the Cylons, for over forty years, but that changes when the Cylons stage a sudden sneak attack that defeats the Colonial defenses and destroys entire population centers under a devastating nuclear attack. Part 1 of 2.
The people of the Twelve Colonies have been at peace with their enemies, the Cylons, for over forty years, but that changes when the Cylons stage a sudden sneak attack that defeats the Colonial defenses and destroys entire population centers under a devastating nuclear attack. Part 2 of 2.
In the wake of the Cylon sneak attack, the ragtag fleet of human survivors is forced to play a deadly game of cat-and-mouse with their pursuers. Every 33 minutes, they make a jump to a new location. And every 33 minutes, the Cylons manage to find them. The pilots are on the brink of exhaustion, relying on artificial stimulants to keep fighting, and the civilians are beginning to doubt the leadership of Commander Adama and President Roslin.
Lt. Sharon Valerii wakes up soaking wet in the tool room with an explosive charge in her duffel bag. Shortly afterward, a mysterious explosion destroys all the port-side water tanks on Galactica, creating a crisis for the entire fleet.
The fleet has found a source of water, but who will take on the difficult and dangerous job of mining it from the icy planet? Commander Adama and President Roslin send Lee to the Astral Queen, a prisoner transport ship, with an offer for its inmates: Volunteer for this mission and earn "freedom points."
After a flight deck accident kills 13 pilots and wounds many others, Kara is thrust into service as a flight instructor and ordered to turn a group of civilian pilots and academy washouts into full-fledged Viper pilots.
When Lt. Kara Thrace goes missing in action after encountering a Cylon patrol while on a training mission, Commander Adama feels responsible--especially in light of her recent admission that she blames herself for his son Zak's death.
When a new copy of Doral, a Cylon who had been previously exposed while serving as the Galactica's public-relations officer, sneaks aboard and blows himself up, killing three people, Commander Adama and President Roslin must finally make public the terrifying secret known only to a select few: Cylons now look like humans.
When Baltar and the Number Six who lives in his head have a falling out, she abandons him, only to surface a short while later aboard the Galactica. But now she's called Shelley Godfrey, everyone can see her, and she's telling them that she has evidence, passed on by the late Dr. Amarak, that will prove Baltar sold out the human race to the Cylons.
A Cylon, who calls himself Leobon, is discovered on one of the ships in the fleet. Commander Adama sends Kara to interrogate him--or, rather, it. The Cylon tells Kara that he planted a nuclear device on one of the ships.
At the end of the previous episode, President Laura Roslin was left with five little words that have been eating at her. "Commander Adama is a Cylon." Things are further complicated when Adama shows up with Colonel Saul Tigh's wife Ellen (presumed dead) in tow.
The fleet only has enough Tylium Fuel to make a few more jumps, so Commander Adama sends a search party to nearby star systems. Sharon and Crashdown return with good news and bad. They've found huge tylium deposits on an asteroid just one jump away, but there is a Cylon base there, with hundreds of Raiders guarding the fuel. Adama insists that while they know where the Cylons are, the Cylons don’t know where Galactica is. He wants to take the fight to the enemy. It’s a big gamble: if they win, they'll have all the fuel they need; if they lose, the entire human race will perish.
It’s Colonial Day - a holiday celebrating the establishment of the Twelve Colonies - the first Colonial Day since the Cylon attacks. Laura Roslin insists on celebration because she believes that upholding traditions will inspire people to embrace the future. Also, with her own health uncertain, she knows she must choose a successor and Colonial Day will be an ideal time to announce her candidate for Vice President. Surviving representatives from each of the twelve colonies are sent to the ship to help elect a Vice-President, though Laura assumes it won't be much trouble to get her choice, Wallace Gray, pushed through. Dr. Baltar is one of Caprica's delegates while a familiar face represents Sagittarian: Tom Zarek.
Part 1 of 2. While flying a supply patrol, Crashdown and Sharon Valerii discover a bountiful planet that can support human life. Indeed, it might be Kobol, the legendary "home of the gods."
Part 2 of 2. When Commander Adama learns that Kara disobeyed orders and Jumped to Caprica on orders from President Roslin, he demands the president's resignation, with the implied threat of a military coup.
With Commander Adama fighting for his life after being shot by the Cylon infiltrator Sharon, and President Roslin languishing in the Galactica's brig after losing the power struggle with Adama, Col. Tigh is thrust into the unfamiliar role of the sole leader in a time of crisis.
The Galactica has succeeded in reuniting with the fleet, but it has paid a terrible price: A Cylon computer virus has penetrated its computers, robbing the ship of power, and Cylon Centurions have boarded the Galactica and are battling their way to the ship's vulnerable centers.
As Doc Cottle (Donnelly Rhodes) works to save Commander Adama’s (Edward James Olmos) life, Col. Tigh (Michael Hogan) is beginning to realize that there’s more to being a leader than giving orders. The press is clamoring for answers, everyone wants a decision now, and he feels himself being drawn to his old friend and enemy, the bottle. Worst of all, the Quorum of Twelve has arrived on the Galactica and is demanding to see President Roslin (Mary McDonnell). Tigh resists, but his wife Ellen (Kate Vernon) convinces him that the president has lost her mind and that letting her meet with the Quorum will only cement Tigh’s power. Meanwhile, Lee Adama (Jamie Bamber) leads a search and rescue mission to find the Raptor crew lost on Kobol, unaware that the Cylons have set up a missile battery in anticipation of such an effort.
Col. Tigh’s (Michael Hogan) imposition of martial law threatens to split the crew and the fleet. He’s thrown Chief Tyrol (Aaron Douglas) into the brig on suspicion of being a Cylon and his dismissal of the Quorum has provoked the other ships to refuse to send fuel and other supplies to the Galactica. His judgment blurred by drink and the goading of his ambitious wife, Ellen (Kate Vernon), Tigh sends armed troops to one of the ships to take supplies by force, a move that ends in disaster when civilians are killed. Amid this chaos, Lee (Jamie Bamber) schemes to free President Roslin (Mary McDonnell) to establish a democratic opposition. Meanwhile, Baltar uses Sharon’s (Grace Park) love for Tyrol to intimidate her into revealing how many Cylons are lurking in the fleet. On Cylon-occupied Caprica, Kara (Katee Sackhoff) and Helo (Tahmoh Penikett) find themselves in a standoff against other humans. Cooler heads prevail, and the pilots meet their new allies: a group of 53 survivors, led by Anders (Michael Trucco) and Sue-Shaun (Tamara Lashley), members of a professional pyramid team that survived the nuclear holocaust because they were training in the mountains. Kara enlists their help in her mission to get off Caprica.
Commander Adama (Edward James Olmos) returns to a hero’s welcome and an unenviable task: In order to maintain control of the fleet, he must track down his son, Lee, and President Roslin, who have escaped with Tom Zarek’s (Richard Hatch) help into hiding somewhere in the fleet. Adama orders all ships in the fleet searched. Meanwhile, Lee (Jamie Bamber) and Roslin (Mary McDonnell) prepare to send a message to the rest of the fleet seeking popular support. When the time comes, however, Lee can’t bring himself to publicly condemn his father. With no other choice, Roslin plays "the religious card" to save the human race. Far away, on Cylon-occupied Caprica, Kara (Katee Sackhoff) goes on recon with the resistance fighters and is wounded in a firefight. She finds herself being nursed back to health by Simon, an attentive doctor who tells her that she can better serve the human race by having babies than by fighting Cylons. When Kara awakens with a new scar, though, she begins to suspect that neither Simon nor the hospital are what they seem.
Following the lead of President Roslin (Mary McDonnell) and Tom Zarek (Richard Hatch), more than one-third of the fleet has split from the Galactica and jumped into orbit around Kobol. Tensions arise within the rebel ranks on the Astral Queen as Zarek and his security Chief, Meier (James Remar), face off with Lee Adama (Jamie Bamber). Those tensions increase when Kara (Katee Sackhoff) and Helo (Tahmoh Penikett) return from Caprica with Sharon (Grace Park), who is now pregnant and a dead ringer for the Cylon who tried to assassinate Commander Adama. Following an uncomfortable meeting with Dualla, Adama is forced to admit that there is no substitute for the people the fleet has lost. He orders a Raptor be prepped to take him and a small team back to Kobol, so that he can find Roslin and Lee and put the fleet back together.
Following a firefight with Cylon Centurions and the death of her spiritual advisor Elosha, President Roslin (Mary McDonnell) treks onward with her confederates in search of the Tomb of Athena. Heavy rain and Kobol’s rugged terrain make the journey difficult for all except the tireless Sharon (Grace Park). Tom Zarek (Richard Hatch) again butts heads with Lee Adama (Jamie Bamber), inspiring Zarek’s henchman Meier (James Remar) to consider drastic measures that will clear the path to power for his old friend. Meanwhile, aboard the Galactica, Gaius Baltar (James Callis) questions his sanity as Number Six (Tricia Helfer) toys with him, and Commander Adama (Edward James Olmos) mounts a rescue mission to Kobol.
Now that the fleet is reunited, old conflicts reignite. Criticism of the military reaches a fever pitch in the aftermath of the massacre on the Gideon. During the period of martial law, a team of Galactica’s marines, led by pilot Lt. Palladino, had opened fire on civilian protestors aboard the civilian freighter. Col. Tigh (Michael Hogan), commanding officer during the incident which left four civilians dead and a dozen others wounded, receives a death threat. Shortly afterward, he very nearly falls victim to an act of sabotage. Intent on improving relations between the civilian fleet and the military, President Roslin (Mary McDonnell) and Commander Adama (Edward James Olmos) offer Fleet News Service reporter D’Anna Biers (Lucy Lawless) unlimited access to the Galactica officers and crew. With her cameraman in tow, D’Anna interviews a series of stressed-out pilots, crew hands and officers.
Commander Adama (Edward James Olmos) is keenly aware that morale is at a low point. Chief Tyrol (Aaron Douglas), still haunted by his memories of the first Cylon Sharon, is in a bleak mood. He verbally spars with Capt. Lee Adama (Jamie Bamber) and gets into a drunken punch-up with Helo (Tahmoh Penikett), who remains romantically committed to the current avatar of Sharon (Grace Park). After sending one more dilapidated Viper to the scrap heap, Tyrol vents his frustration by attempting to build a new plane from salvaged parts. His seemingly impossible mission generates cynicism at first, then growing respect and eventually a full team effort that pulls in even the skeptical Col. Tigh (Michael Hogan). Meanwhile, a Cylon virus penetrates the Galactica’s computers.
The mood aboard the Galactica turns jubilant when the top-of-the-line battlestar Pegasus - long thought to have been annihilated with the rest of the colonial fleet - appears out of nowhere. The Galactica’s relatively ragged crew meets their spit-and-polish counterparts from the Pegasus, among them Admiral Helena Cain (Michelle Forbes), her X.O. Col. Jack Fisk; (Graham Beckel) and the ship’s CAG Capt. Cole "Stinger" Taylor. Cain warmly greets Commander Adama (Edward James Olmos), who chooses to yield command of the fleet to his superior officer. The Pegasus has been on the relentless search-and-destroy mission against the Cylons. Now each Battlestar holds a single Cylon prisoner.
Lt. Kara "Starbuck" Thrace (Katee Sackhoff) prevents a potentially deadly face-off between the Battlestars Galactica and Pegasus when she arrives at the last minute bearing stunning recon photos of the Cylon "Resurrection" ship. Unable to resist this tempting target, Commander William Adama (Edward James Olmos) and Admiral Helena Cain (Michelle Forbes) establish an uneasy truce as they agree to prioritize the destruction of the "Resurrection" ship, tabling their conflicts, for now. But Adama remains distrustful, as he learns that Cain’s survive-at-all-costs attitude saw Pegasus abandon its civilian fleet months ago. As the power struggle continues with Cain, Adama must make an impossible decision, on the eve of a battle that could change the face of the Cylon war.
The Battlestars Pegasus and Galactica go head-to-head with Cylon baseships in a battle that will change the face of the war. But for Lt. Kara "Starbuck" Thrace (Katee Sackhoff), the real war is within as she wrestles with a desperate order from Commander William Adama (Edward James Olmos). When he hears of it, Lt. Lee "Apollo" Adama (Jamie Bamber) confronts his father, challenging the order - but Commander Adama holds firm. Meanwhile, in the Pegasus brig, Pegasus crewmembers show their ugly side as they violently attack Galactica prisoners Chief Galen Tyrol (Aaron Douglas) and Lt. Karl Agathon (Tahmoh Penikett). As the battle for the Resurrection Ship intensifies, crewmembers are forced to decide how much of their humanity they are willing to sacrifice in order to survive. And the fight that begins with heroic self-sacrifice, ends in a white-knuckle test of two Commanders’ courage and character.
Cancer-stricken President Laura Roslin (Mary McDonnell) lies near death in Galactica’s emergency room. Still lucid and in command, she orders that the pregnancy of the Cylon Sharon (Grace Park) be terminated when unexplainable properties are discovered in a fetal blood sample. Gaius Baltar (James Callis), who, as vice-president, is poised to take over the presidency, argues that a half-human, half-Cylon child would make an ideal case study. And the child’s father, Helo (Tahmoh Penikett), is stunned by the decision. Admiral Adama (Edward James Olmos) is determined to carry out Roslin’s final decree until Baltar discovers that the hybrid blood cells may have fantastic healing abilities. Meanwhile, an underground group of Cylon sympathizers resort to sabotage to deliver their message: humanity must broker peace with the Cylons. An even more ominous threat emerges when Baltar once again connects with Gina (Tricia Helfer) - a flesh and blood version of the Cylon "Six" who lives in his head.
A thriving black market in food, medicine and luxury items has developed within the fleet, serving the rich and depriving the needy of essential goods. When Pegasus Commander Jack Fisk (Graham Beckel) is found brutally murdered in his private quarters amidst a cache of cigarettes, liquor and jewelry, Lee Adama (Jamie Bamber) is appointed chief investigator. Lee discovers that Fisk was fronting a racketeering operation that seemingly involves other prominent authorities.
The colonial mining ship Majahual has been working round-the-clock for a month extracting essential metals from an asteroid. The fleet has moved on, leaving Galactica behind to guard the miners from persistent Cylon raids. Their deadliest foe is an enemy Raider nicknamed Scar, the combat-savvy reincarnation of countless Cylon warriors that boasts a growing list of human kills. Hiding out in the asteroid belt, Scar is a master of hit-and-run attacks that are decimating the war-weary Viper squadrons and forcing them to throw inexperienced replacement pilots into the fray. The shaken pilots, led by Capt. Lee "Apollo" Adama (Jamie Bamber), cover their distress at the mounting casualties with a hardboiled demeanor. But neither booze nor a lustful encounter with Lee can vanquish the demons haunting Kara "Starbuck" Thrace (Katee Sackhoff).
Fleet-wide paranoia reaches a new peak when word leaks out that the Cylon Sharon (Grace Park) is secretly being kept alive aboard Galactica. After her husband’s cruel death during a Cylon raid, Sesha Abinell (Dana Delaney) can’t stomach the thought of a Cylon providing enemy intelligence to Galactica - she knows the Cylon is just manipulating Admiral Adama (Edward James Olmos). Assisted by three sympathizers, Sesha pulls a weapon in a bar aboard Cloud Nine and holds its occupants hostage, among them Ellen Tigh (Kate Vernon) and the uneasy romantic triangle of Apollo (Jamie Bamber), Dualla (Kandyse McClure) and Billy (Paul Campbell). Kara Thrace (Katee Sackhoff) makes a bold move to rescue the hostages that goes terribly wrong.
Two Vipers field a distress signal from an unknown source, then they suddenly vanish from the fleet's radar screens. A rescue mission is coordinated by Battlestar Pegasus, now commanded by former engine room chief Barry Garner (John Heard). Feuding with his training supervisor, Lt. Kara Thrace (Katee Sackhoff), he ignores her theory that the emergency call is a Cylon trap. Lee Adama (Jamie Bamber) is Garner's temporary XO, but when Garner bucks a direct order from Admiral William Adama (Edward James Olmos) and sends the Pegasus in pursuit of his missing Vipers, Lee is forced to act against him. Back on Galactica, a pregnant teenage stowaway has become a focal point in the presidential election campaign. Rya Kibby (Amber Rothwell) wants to exercise her legal right to an abortion. The fleet's pro-life Gemenon faction objects, threatening to pull its support for President Laura Roslin (Mary McDonnell). Recognizing that every potential life counts in a shrinking human population, Roslin considers a move that could provide the wedge issue Gaius Baltar (James Callis) needs to launch his own surprise bid for the presidency.
On Caprica, the reincarnated Number Six (Tricia Helfer) and Sharon (Grace Park) are hailed as Heroes of the Cylon for the key roles they played in the near-destruction of the human race. But these are tortured heroes. Number Six’s thoughts are haunted by Baltar (James Callis), just as she haunts his thoughts on Galactica. And Sharon has so fervently embraced her love for Tyrol (Aaron Douglas) and the fake human life the Cylons created for her undercover mission that D’Anna (Lucy Lawless) and Doral (Matthew Bennett) are thinking of "boxing" her. Meanwhile, the human resistance - under the leadership of Kara’s lover, Samuel Anders (Michael Trucco) - is preparing to strike a savage blow, however futile, against the Cylon occupation. On Galactica, the captive Sharon gives premature birth to Hera, the child she conceived with Helo (Tahmoh Penikett). As the infant fights for life, she becomes the focus of intrigue, as President Roslin (Mary McDonnell) and the Cylons hidden amongst the fleet fight to gain control of this newborn symbol of hope... or harbinger of human extinction.
Starbuck (Katee Sackhoff) has devised a daring plan to save the humans trapped on Caprica by using Sharon’s (Grace Park) knowledge of Cylon navigational technology to jump a rescue mission past the Cylon defenses. On the first jump, however, one ship goes missing. The stray ship ends up floating above a blue planet that shows every sign of being able to support life. When this news reaches Galactica, it has a profound effect on the presidential race, which Baltar (James Callis) is losing badly. In a debate with President Roslin (Mary McDonnell), he goes on the offensive, using the possibility of a new home planet other than earth to attack her as a fear-monger who relies too much on religious scriptures and doesn’t care about people’s need to have solid land under their feet. Meanwhile, on the flight deck, Tyrol (Aaron Douglas) is wracked with regret after he reflexively and brutally attacks Cally (Nicki Clyne) when she wakes him from a recurrent nightmare. He consults Brother Cavil (Dean Stockwell), who divines the problem: Tyrol dreams of killing himself because he fears he is a Cylon. On Caprica, the rescue mission has found the last survivors. But even as Starbuck and Anders (Michael Trucco) embrace in a passionate reunion, the Cylons are closing in.
As the sun rises on Caprica, Starbuck (Katee Sackhoff) and Anders (Michael Trucco) discover that the Cylons have vanished. Brother Cavil declares it a miracle. But when they return to Galactica, the real reason for their survival become clear. Brother Cavil is a Cylon - he double counseled Tyrol (Aaron Douglas) - and he’s here to deliver a message: The Heroes of the Cylon - Number Six (Tricia Helfer) and Sharon (Grace Park) - have persuaded the leadership that trying to destroy the humans was an error. From now on they will live apart, in peace. At the same time, voting continues in the presidential election. Laura (Mary McDonnell) approaches Baltar (James Callis) and proposes that, whoever wins, they agree that colonization of the newly discovered planet will wait for further study. When Baltar spurns her offer, she confronts him about Number Six and, when he remains unmoved, she instructs her aide to take steps to steal the election. The plot, however, is discovered and Laura and Adama must choose between denying the will of the people and letting a man they suspect to be a Cylon collaborator take power.

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- One of my favorite shows but no episode metadata ruins it.1 star

This is one of my all time favorite shows. To see Apple botch this so badly is upsetting. If you buy Vol. 1 and 2 of this, you will be surprised to find Apple was too lazy to set this up properly. There is no metadata in any episode for the order so it's organized as follows mini series episode 1, season 3 episode 1, mini series episode 2, season 3 episode 2, season 1 episode 1, season 3 episode 3, etc. This has been a problem as long as Apple has sold these box sets. They DO NOT CARE about the customers. I spent well over a week explaining the problem to customer support. They treated me like an idiot that wasn't downloading the episodes in the right order. I explained the problem clearly multiple times, included screenshots, and even links to multiple year old websites explaining the very same problem. if you love this series and want to purchase it as cheap as possible, either buy it on Vudu where they cared enough to organzie it prooperly for the customers. If you must have it on iTunes, buy just complete series Vol 1, then buy seasons 3 and 4 separately. It's a shame such an easy problem will never be fixed. If apple cared about their customers, they'd put half an effort into this and spend the 45 seconds it takes on their end to add proper metadata(they won't.) Be warned.

- Best science fiction show in the last decade5 star

If you haven’t watched it , do it now.

- Not the complete series1 star

This is NOT the complete series.

- Comcast/NBC Universal just wants your money.1 star

Where is the season/episode metadata for these collections?!


When your purchase vol&2. They show as out of order and it’s very hard to watch. Buy individual seasons instead!!!! Apple has no intentions of fixing it!

- Umm5 star

The show is great but it downloads on to iTunes in no particular order. Super annoying especially since iTunes doesn't really allow for much manipulation of how things are presented. Apple employees need to learn to format. Netflix can deal with it and steam at the same time. Apple doesn't even have to worry about streaming in the same way. Irritating.

- 7 years and STILL out of order3 star

Terrific show but there is no order to the show in iTunes. I see this has been a problem for years and has no been fixed. Seriously??? Why promote it if you aren't going to fix the issue first!?

- Do NOT buy this complete Series1 star

iTunes does not property add in the season metadata for this whole series causing the series to not be able to seperate by season. The episodes are out of order and iTunes does not allow to edit the metadata itself. Buy individual seasons if you want to be able to watch this correctly.


Seasons and Episodes are not organized in iTunes library when downloaded. This needs to be removed from iTunes store until fixed.

- Viewing Order?!?!?!?1 star

Can we not put the episodes in viewing order? Apple has a problem with seasons and episodes being in order. Not to mention after 10 seconds starting the next episode. Netflix learn it Apple.

- This is my favorite Sci-Fi series of all time but this iTunes collection is not worth it!3 star

This is one of the great sci-fi series of all time and I already own the Blu-ray complete series box set which included everything except the mid-4th season webisodes. I would get the iTunes BSG collection if it included everything. It currently doesn't include the Razor movie (which is not available at all on iTunes), The Plan movie, the extended episodes from the Blu-ray collection, the original two-hour finale, the creator commentaries, the Blu-ray extras, and neither the pre-3rd season nor mid-4th season webisodes. If it had all that, I'd consider selling my Blu-rays and buying it digitally. Until then, I'll pass. You're better off buying the US Blu-ray box set when it occasionally goes on sale.

- Great Show; bad organization2 star

I love BSG and jumped all over the complete digital box set. The show is just as sgood as when I first watched it, but the organization of this is terrible. Some Seasons don't have a season listed in the metadata, so you end up with the entire series organizized as "Season 3, ep 1; season 1 ep 1, season 4 ep1, season 3 ep 2, etc." Pretty big pain if you're watching directly on iTunes and could be solved literally by adding a digit to the series metadata.

- Great sci-fi tv-show!5 star

First off, this series is really one of the reasons I love sci-fi. The actors are top notch and the pace is excellent. If you haven't seen this series and like sci-fi shows, see it. Though this is now an older series it still holds as far as not having an outdated feel and look. Cons are that Apple is selling this for an outrageous price, $49.99 and that is what you can get the complete blu-ray series for most any where they sell it. This product is $49.99 for half the series, not a fair or good price compared to the market. If you prefer digital get a blu-ray burner and burn a copy for the extra $50 it costs for the full series on iTunes. The iTunes version is in HD NOT blu-ray so keep that in mind.

- Love this set!!!5 star

Great "in space" series. Love the HD. It does go a little grainy sometimes but nothing that distracts from the show in any way. I love binge watching shows and this is a great one. Can't go wrong for the price either.

- Grainy video3 star

Five stars for the show, but three due to the grainy video at times. I have downloaded this three times to make sure it was not a download problem, and the files sizes I downloaded did not match the file sizes listed.

- Issues with Mini Series3 star

After purchasing last week, I was able to view and download the 2 part miniseries. Now this week, they are unavailable but listed as Season Only. The store appears to be confused on if they are included or not.

- CC ?3 star

Are there subtitles (english) available for some or all of the episodes ?

- Mini series part 1 is duped?3 star

This product is great however be careful with the mini series part. The first part of the mini series is fine however when you start the second part it is exactly the same as the first one. The first part is duped and the second part is missing entirely. Anyone else have this issue?

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nomad411 - Is there any chance these will be 4K?5 star

I want to buy, but I want to make sure that those gorgeous space battle scenes will shine on the 4K large screen..

chuckles100 - Episodes out of sequence as well1 star

The show is fine, but the picking through to find the next episode is just a weak effort on Apple's part. Similar to when somebody puts DVDs in the wrong case....

penguinstorm - Episodes Out of Sequence1 star

Love the show. It’s fantastic, but on my iPad the episodes are displaying completely out of sequence which makes it impossible to watch. They display in the proper order on Apple TV. Fix this please. It’s ridiculous.

YWG Dave - Must try BSG5 star

Ok, so total fan boy, and have given 5/5 ratings for other versions…there is a reason Time Mag rated this best TV show of the year during its first or second season. The first 2 if not 3 seasons are some of the best TV watching of my life (born 1970 :) Great story and character lines that involve end of human kind, religion, god, and plain old humanity and what it means. Way more than simple "star trek sci-fi" as a theme. Please give this a try and it will change your view of what good television can be!

Feathery peacocks - Great show5 star

Thought I wouldn't like it so I put off watching it for years, when I started watching it I couldn't sop. Great show for anyone, it is not too sci fi to be unbelievable.

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BSG: The Complete Series, Vol. 1 images
BSG: The Complete Series, Vol. 1 images
BSG: The Complete Series, Vol. 1 images
BSG: The Complete Series, Vol. 1 images
BSG: The Complete Series, Vol. 1 images
BSG: The Complete Series, Vol. 1 images
BSG: The Complete Series, Vol. 1 images
BSG: The Complete Series, Vol. 1 images
BSG: The Complete Series, Vol. 1 images
BSG: The Complete Series, Vol. 1 images
BSG: The Complete Series, Vol. 1 images

BSG: The Complete Series, Vol. 1 Posters

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BSG: The Complete Series, Vol. 1 posters
BSG: The Complete Series, Vol. 1 posters
BSG: The Complete Series, Vol. 1 posters
BSG: The Complete Series, Vol. 1 posters
BSG: The Complete Series, Vol. 1 posters
BSG: The Complete Series, Vol. 1 posters
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