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6 years ago

Isn’t this typical…
MGM doesn’t want my money because I don’t live in the US :(

6 years ago

F– MGM they only want US money.

6 years ago

“…for a one-time payment of $20 USD… Access begins September 20 and is valid through May 15, 2018”

That’s not a one time payment. That’s a less than annual fee.

6 years ago

[quote]MGM doesn’t want my money because I don’t live in the US :([/quote] In all fairness to MGM, I’m sure they do want your money. MGM is a business, they like money. However operating a small service like this on a global scale is difficult, especially as their back catalog has already been licensed out to local distributors. So their contact may disallow them from competing with their local licensees, or the legal issues with setting up a new streaming service are too great for a relatively small service. Which doesn’t mean that they don’t want your money, only that… Read more »

6 years ago

Looking at the offer, I’m guessing that being US only for pre-registration might be because of the free t-shirt. Once you factor in the cost of the shirt and delivery worldwide, you substantially cut into any profit on a one-time charge.

Joe Friday
6 years ago

I didn’t know that they planned an annual subscription fee, but I don’t think $20 is too much for an exclusive Stargate tshirt and unlimited streaming of all episodes from all 3 franchises. And I hope that MGM takes notice of all the fan interest in Stargate’s revival.

6 years ago

Just sad that Canadians are excluded from getting the t-shirt deal, considering the fact the 3 original shows were shot there.

6 years ago

While ViRGE’s comment above entirely covers why those of us outside the U.S. can’t get access, it’s still disappointing. I’d happily chip in $30 a year for access to all the Stargate series — even if I can get them elsewhere. I’m happy to show my support directly for these series.