Ronald D. Moore – Twitter Q&A

By • Jan 1st, 2014 • Category: Authors & Directors, Ronald D. Moore, Roswell

Ronald D. Moore has two great projects in the works. His upcoming new show “Helix” will premiere Friday, January 10th at 10 pm on SyFy. In addition, the new original series “Outlander” will premiere on Starz this year.

On December 30, 2013 Ronald D. Moore answered fan questions via his official Twitter page. He answered five questions about “Outlander”, “Good vs Evil”, “DS9” and “Roswell”. Moore joined “Roswell” in the second season as co-executive producer and staff writer. He wrote the opening episode “Ask Not” as well as the heartbreaking “Cry Your Name”. He also co-wrote the finale episode with Jason Katims.

Please learn more about his new shows below and make read his “Roswell” answers!

Helix – SyFy

Helix is an intense thriller about a team of scientists from the Centers for Disease Control who travel to a high-tech research facility in the Arctic to investigate a possible disease outbreak, only to find themselves pulled into a terrifying life-and-death struggle that holds the key to mankind’s salvation or total annihilation.

Official:
www.syfy.com/helix
www.twitter.com/helix

Outlander – Starz

The series “Outlander” is adapted from Diana Gabaldon’s seven-book series. The show follows the story of Claire Randall, a married combat nurse from 1945 who is mysteriously swept back in time to 1743. Please visit the official website and find out more about the new show.

“This epic tale of adventure, time travel & romance is coming to #STARZ in 2014.” – @outlander_starz

Official:
www.starz.com/originals/outlander
www.twitter.com/Outlander_Starz
www.instagram.com/outlander_starz

Related News:
Ronald D. Moore – “Helix” Begins Production, August 3rd, 2013
Comic-Con Panels For SyFy’s “Defiance” And “Helix”, June 30th, 2013
Starz Orders “Outlander” from Ronald D. Moore, June 28th, 2013
Ronald D. Moore’s “Helix” is coming in 2014, May 26th, 2013

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