Xena and Battlestar Galactica marathons hosted by Lucy Lawless and Tricia Helfer to air on Syfy

Both full-series marathons are scheduled to start this April

Looking for shows to binge-watch this quarantine period? Syfy has recently announced that it would be airing full-series marathons of Xena: Warrior Princess and Battlestar Galactica throughout the month of April.

All six seasons (134 episodes) of Xena: Warrior Princess will air on Syfy in the mornings and afternoons of every #ThrowbackThursday starting April 16th. Lucy Lawless, who plays the titular character, will provide host wraps for the marathons, which will be presented by Syfy Fangrrls and will also feature special surprise guest appearances. This marks the first time the fantasy series will air on Syfy.

Meanwhile, all four seasons (76 episodes) of Battlestar Galactica, including the two-part miniseries and movies Razor and The Plan, are scheduled to air in a nonstop three-day marathon starting April 20th at 12 a.m. ET through April 23rd at 9 a.m. ET. Tricia Helfer, who plays Number Six in the military sci-fi series, will host the entire marathon, which will be presented by Syfy Wire. The marathon is said to include custom content and special surprise appearances.

If you find yourself craving for more Battlestar Galactica content after watching the whole series, you can listen to Syfy Wire’s podcast Battlestar Galacticast via Syfy.com and major podcast platforms for a deep dive into the show’s themes and catch-ups with the cast and crew. Hosted by Helfer and writer Marc Bernardin, the podcast is set to drop a bonus episode on April 20th featuring a cast reunion (Edward James Olmos, James Callis, Jamie Bamber, Katee Sackhoff, Michael Trucco, Rekha Sharma and more) and live-reading of the pilot episode, 33.

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If you want to binge-watch Xena: Warrior Princess and Battlestar Galactica at your own pace, you can do so by streaming both shows any time on Syfy.com and NBCU’s OneApp.

Source: ComicBook.com