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March 2002 (General News)

News Briefing
TUESDAY - MARCH 19, 2002

Colin Cunningham as Major Davis

  • ColinCunningham.com has added three new installments to the actor's diaries from the set of Season Six's "Descent." Parts 3, 4 and 5 don't include any new details on the episode, but make for an entertaining look at filming a television show.

  • IGN Film Force has published a feature titled "10 Questions with SG-1," interviewing Richard Dean Anderson ("Jack O'Neill"), Don S. Davis ("General Hammond"), Teryl Rothery ("Dr. Janet Fraiser") and newcomer Corin Nemec ("Jonas Quinn"). Unfortunately, the feature is currently for paid subscribers only. IGN asked the actors a set of 10 standard questions, from favorite films and TV shows to their most important professional accomplishment.

    Anderson spoke of his desire to visit Antarctica one day, as well as his participation in documentary films on the great rivers of the world. Nemec told the site that he is working to market his first book of poetry, and that he has co-written five screenplays.

  • "Stargate SG-1: The Illustrated Companion, Vol. 2" by author Thomasina Gibson has been delayed, by the publisher according to Amazon.co.uk. Originally scheduled for a Feb. 22 release, the book is now expected to hit store shelves towards the end of April.

  • Teryl Rothery will be one of several guests making an appearance at the London Expo show at the Excel, Royal Victoria Dock, in London. The event will be held May 18 and 19, 2002.

  • Andrea Twigg has posted a report of last month's Wolf SG-4 fan convention in London, which featured guests Michael Shanks ("Daniel Jackson"), Amanda Tapping ("Samantha Carter"), Lexa Doig (Andromeda's "Rommie / Andromeda") and Tom McBeath ("Harry Maybourne"). Among other things, the actors talked about filming on Shanks' final episode as a regular cast member. Read it here at Gaters.net.

    (Thanks to Lisa C., Chappaai, Morjana, Paul and Andrea for contributing!)

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    Stargate takes four Saturn Award nominations
    FRIDAY - MARCH 15, 2002

    Stargate SG-1 has been nominated for four Saturn Awards, the Academy of Science Fiction, Fantasy and Horror Films announced today. The show was nominated in the Best Syndicated / Cable Television Series again this year, and three of the show's cast members were also honored.

    Richard Dean Anderson garnered another nomination in the Best Actor in a Television Series category. He faces Scott Bakula (Enterprise), David Boreanaz (Angel), Ben Browder (Farscape), Robert Patrick (The X-Files) and Tom Welling (Smallville). Last year's award went to Patrick for his portrayal of Agent John Doggett in the long-running Fox series.

    Amanda Tapping was once again nominated in the Best Supporting Actress in a Television Series category. Her competition includes Jolene Blalock (Enterprise), Gigi Edgley (Farscape), Annabeth Gish (The X-Files), Alyson Hannigan (Buffy the Vampire Slayer) and Michelle Trachtenberg (Buffy the Vampire Slayer). Tapping was also nominated last year, but lost the award to Star Trek: Voyager's Jeri Ryan.

    Finally, Christopher Judge was nominated in the Best Supporting Actor in a Television Series category, along with James Marsters (Buffy the Vampire Slayer), Michael Rosenbaum (Smallville), Anthony Simcoe (Farscape), Connor Trinneer (Enterprise) and Michael Weatherly (Dark Angel). Marsters won last year's award in this category.

    SG-1 won the award for best series in 2000, but lost to Farscape last year. The two shows face off again this year, along with Andromeda, The Chronicle, The Invisible Man and Witchblade.

    The 28th Annual Saturn Awards will be presented in June. Find a complete list of nominees at Sci Fi Wire!

    (Thanks to Morjana and Ron Wolfe for passing along the news!)

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    Showtime resumes new episodes
    THURSDAY - MARCH 7, 2002

    'Proving Ground'After a full six months of reruns, Showtime Networks aired the first of 10 new episodes of Stargate SG-1 today -- leading up to the conclusion of Season Five in May. The series moves to The Sci-Fi Channel in June for Season Six.

    Fans welcomed the first U.S. broadcast of "Proving Ground" with delight! Showtime's last new episode ("Wormhole X-Treme!") aired on Sept. 8, 2001, making this the longest period of reruns in the show's history.

    The network delayed new episodes a full two months in order to promote its new genre show Jeremiah, which premiered last Sunday. The show takes place in a post-apocalyptic future, and appears to have been delayed because of the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks.

    But there is good news on the other side of the coin: today kicks off the longest period of new episodes in the show's history. Showtime will air 10 new episodes to wrap up the season (taking a break from the show on April 19, leaving only two weeks of reruns before Sci-Fi begins Season Six.

    The Sci-Fi Channel will air new episodes of the show all summer long as part of its "Summer of Sci-Fi" campaign before returning to reruns -- likely in September. It's also possible that, like its new Friday-night companion, Farscape, the network may pull the show off the air for a few months rather than airing reruns.

    Do the math, and fans can expect as many as 23 new episodes (more than one full season's worth) over the next 26 weeks or so.

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