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Battlestar Galactica: The Complete Series is over 50% off for Prime Day!

This Battlestar Galactica complete set is on sale for Prime Day 2021.
This Battlestar Galactica complete set is on sale for Prime Day 2021. (Image credit: Sci-Fi Channel/Battlestar Galactica)

Somebody call Starbuck! "Battlestar Galactica: The Complete Series" is over 50% off for Prime Day!

For those who loved the 2004 reboot of the 1970s sci-fi series, "Battlestar Galactica: The Complete Series (opens in new tab)" is now on sale for Prime Day. The Blu-ray set includes all four seasons of the revamped series from 2004, and it even includes the movie "Battlestar Galactica: The Plan." 

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"Battlestar Galactica: The Complete Series" (Blu-ray)
$99.98 $47.49 at Amazon (53% off) (opens in new tab). The complete series of Battlestar Galactica on Blu-ray is now on sale for Prime Day. 

While the series, which ran on the Syfy network from 2004-2009, was a new take on the 1970s series by the same name which ran on ABC, it achieved a cult following of its own. The series, which kicked off with a 4-hour miniseries, followed the last few thousand humans alive who were left to survive in starships after the Cylons, robots invented by humans, attacked.

Whether you're a die-hard fan of the reimagined character of Starbuck, or Kara Thrace (played by Katee Sackhoff), or you're feeling nostalgic for the commanding rule of Admiral William "Bill" Adama (played by Edward James Olmos), now might be the time to dive back into Battlestar. 

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Chelsea Gohd
Chelsea Gohd

Chelsea “Foxanne” Gohd joined Space.com in 2018 and is now a Senior Writer, writing about everything from climate change to planetary science and human spaceflight in both articles and on-camera in videos. With a degree in Public Health and biological sciences, Chelsea has written and worked for institutions including the American Museum of Natural History, Scientific American, Discover Magazine Blog, Astronomy Magazine and Live Science. When not writing, editing or filming something space-y, Chelsea "Foxanne" Gohd is writing music and performing as Foxanne, even launching a song to space in 2021 with Inspiration4. You can follow her on Twitter @chelsea_gohd and @foxannemusic.