The final two webisodes of ‘Battlestar Galactica: Blood and Chrome’ are now online and you can watch them here in the player below!

If you haven’t been following the web-series, ‘BSG: Blood and Chrome’ takes place in the 10 year of the first Cylon war before the events of ‘Battlestar Galactica.’ Here, we’re introduced with a young and talented fighter pilot, William Adama (Luke Pasqualino), finds himself assigned to one of the most powerful Battlestars in the Colonial fleet: the Galactica. Adama is paired with war-weary co-pilot Coker who is eager to the end of his tour of duty. In his first “milk run,” Adama gets thrown into a covert op mission and the outcome will be a pivotal one for the desperate fleet.

Here’s a quick non-spoilery synopsis of the last two episodes:

Episode 9:

In the aftermath of the deadly Cylon ambush, Coker threatens Becca, forcing Adama to a heated standoff.

Episode 10:

Becca discovers a startling new development that will affect the future of the human race. Meanwhile, Coker’s life hangs in the balance as the team holds out hope for a rescue, and Adama has a disheartening realization about the war effort and his place in it.

‘Battlestar Galactica: Blood and Chrome’ – Episodes 9 & 10

‘Battlestar Galactica: Blood and Chrome’ has really come together in the past couple weeks! There were some great action scenes and the series had that classic Battlestar feel that I felt was lost in ‘Caprica.’ There were lots of tie-ins to the franchise and even though there have been no talks about continuing this further, the way this “series” ended, I would really love to see more of how Adama rises up the ranks to become Admiral for the Galactica and connect up to the events of the beginning of the ‘Battlestar Galactica’ series.

If you’ve missed any of the episodes, they can still be seen with episodes 1 & 2 here, 3 & 4 here, 5 & 6 here and last week’s episodes 7 & 8 here. Best of all, the entire 2 hour web-series will also be available on Blu-ray /DVD for purchase with lots of behind the scenes footage and commentary on February 19th, 2013. Syfy has also announced that they will air the web-series/”pilot” sometime in the spring of 2013.

So now that the final two webisodes have been uploaded, what did you think of the entire web-series?