The previously unknown purpose of the "Ninth Chevron" is revealed, and ends up taking a team to an Ancient ship "Destiny", a ship built millions of years ago by the Ancients, used to seed distant galaxies with Stargates. This team, led by Dr. Nicolas Rush and Colonel Everett Young, is trapped on the ship, unable to change its programmed mission. The team encounters new races, new technology and new enemies as the runaway ship travels to the far ends of the Universe.
The Only Mission Is Survival
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Did You Know?
was not just a casual "Stargate" fan, but had watched every episode of Stargate SG-1
(1997) and Stargate: Atlantis
(2004) before pre-production on this show even began. He says that being part of 'Universe' "brings pride in being a part of it but also immense responsibility in every scene'. Brad Wright
joked to a audience at the 2009 San Diego Comic Con "With David we got not only an actor, but a technical adviser for our own show". See more
Medics are enlisted personnel, not officers. Lt. Tamara Johansen should be a nurse or doctor. See more
[repeated line in reference to Dr Rush
That man's a lot of work.
Spun-off from Stargate SG-1