Stargate: Atlantis (2004–2009)
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A team of scientists think they have found the location of the long lost city of Atlantis. It can be reached by a stargate that leads to another galaxy.



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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
... Major John Sheppard
... Dr. Elizabeth Weir
... Teyla Emmagan
... Lt. Aiden Ford (as Rainbow Sun Francks)
... Dr. Rodney McKay
... Brigadier General Jack O'Neill
... Dr. Daniel Jackson
... Simon Wallis
... Dr. Carson Beckett
... Wraith Queen
... Dr. Peter Grodin
... Halling
... Colonel Marshall Sumner
Dean Marshall ... Sgt. Bates
Boyan Vukelic ... Sgt. Stackhouse


Dr. Elizabeth Weir leads an expedition to find the Ancient's lost city of Atlantis, a journey that brings her and a carefully selected crew of Earth's best and brightest to the Pegasus galaxy, where they embark on the adventure of a lifetime, and awaken among the stars an enemy none of them could have predicted, endangering themselves and the native people of Pegasus alike. Written by Fia Reynne

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Release Date:

16 July 2004 (USA)  »

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Sound Mix:

(5.1 surround)| (Dolby 5.1)


Aspect Ratio:

16:9 HD
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Originally aired as a feature-length 90 minute episode, but usually split into two different episodes in syndication. These split episodes have different individual on-screen credits, omitting cast credits for the characters not present in each part. The credits and credit order on IMDb reflects the original complete/combined credits in the feature length episode. See more »


The helicopter Sheppard and O'Neill fly to Antarctica in, which is supposedly an American aircraft, has a Canadian tail number. See more »


Major John Sheppard: [after almost being blown up by a drone] Well, that was different.
Brigadier General Jack O'Neill USAF: For me, not so much.
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Featured in Stargate: Atlantis: Inquisition (2008) See more »


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Another Fine Science Fiction Series Set In A City
27 May 2018 | by See all my reviews

Atlantis is found.

Richard Dean Anderson makes a very welcome and comical appearance in this opening episode, but he soon goes, and thankfully, the show survives very well without him.

As someone else mentioned, The Lost City is indeed a character in the show, just as the space station was a character in Deep Space Nine (1993) and just as the moonbase was a character in Space 1999 (1975) before that.

I can't help comparing Dr McKay to one of the doctors in the M*A*S*H TV series (1972-83)...very intelligent but funny and with a few issues. But M*A*S*H was a long time ago so McKay is most welcome now.

And finally, these days many people feel the need to binge watch a show like Stargate Atlantis, well that is not the way to go as the series is repetitive in premise and settings, and binge watching actually works against the entertainment value of the series.

I fine show, but just watch one episode a week as was originally intended.

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