Stargate SG-1 Revival In The Works?

<br />Could be. Assuming this rumor has any vestiges of truth to it anyway.

Even if it does though I wouldn't go looking for any new TV series. Or even any sort of live action series. Unless they were looking at rebooting and recasting.

I think it's more likely they'll just eek some more life out of some cheap game spin offs.

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3 thoughts on “Stargate SG-1 Revival In The Works?”

  1. SG-1 is the only one that I think ran its course, but I did enjoy it thor­oughly. SG Atlantis was cut too short, but I felt that it was getting to the end of its life. SGU getting cancelled was a bad call. I really enjoyed it and wanted to see it develop over the next few season. I'd love to see the Star­gate universe (not as in SGU) return to our screens at some point in the future.

  2. That' be cool.

    Though I have to disagree with +James Clegg about SGU. It was a dirge with no real direc­tion to it and whilst I like Carlyle as an actor his char­acter was morose and made me want the writers to get rid of him.

  3. The past month I've been watching SG1 since its on netflix. Didn't think I had seen as many as I actu­ally have. Season 6 before I saw one that was new to me. Only ever caught the first episode of Atlantis. and none of SGU. Looking forward to watching them.

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