In the near future, a veteran of the Stargate program, four cadets, and a mysterious alien are prevented from returning to Earth by a traitor. The heroes must use the Stargate network to ...
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An alien similar to Ra appears out of the Stargate, killing five soldiers and kidnapping another, a year after the original Stargate mission. A new team is assembled, including some old ... See full summary »
Richard Dean Anderson,
With interviews from cast, producers, and experts in the field of mythology and television, Behind the Mythology of Stargate SG-1 reveals how ten years of fantastic adventures have served ... See full summary »
Ivon R. Bartok
Robert C. Cooper,
Theme park attraction in which O'Neil leads audience on exciting adventure to gain possession of Asgard Gatekey used to unlock codes for all Stargates. Based upon SG-1 TV Series and "Stargate" feature film, non-canon.
In the near future, a veteran of the Stargate program, four cadets, and a mysterious alien are prevented from returning to Earth by a traitor. The heroes must use the Stargate network to find another way back home while keeping one step ahead of their enemies. Written by
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When I read some reviews about how it appears to have no relation to SG:1, or even the film apart from having the gate I thought "Nah... It's Stargate! It can't be that bad!" But oh yes, it is. It's completely bizarre and I don't know WHAT the makers were thinking.
I'm sure that in it's own right it's an enjoyable show from a kids perspective, and when I get over the fact that it's so damn silly I might be able to enjoy it as mindless entertainment. Perhaps if I can catch the Pilot Episode It might make a little more sense, perhaps if it were set 50 into SG1's future, maybe more it'd be more believable?
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