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SG-1 was an outstanding project for the first 7 years – explore the galaxy, against a nebulous enemy, discovering and interacting with other world populations which are based on specific earth cultures and histories. The ORI line of the last few years was a bit of a stretch and fell into the oh-so-tired and tiring “good gods” vs “evil gods” with earth caught in the middle. Still some of what made its first years good (exploring and dealing with ancient civilizations) was there, and, even without Jack and General Hammond (huge losses, to be sure) the new additions to the… Read more »

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Big, big dissapoiment! no news! this was it for me! even if they say yes to new stuff. i am off. better watch overvill and stuff that is available. by, by

Nekomajin
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@Paul
SGU is scifi history. It is different in tone and pace, but it is an integral part of the franchise, and one of the best scifi stories ever brought to TV.

Without the economic crisis, it would not have been cancelled, and together with the also cancelled DVD movies, it would have lifted the franchise to a whole new level.

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Jeff

I liked SG1 a lot but Atlantis was a a lot better, it was upbeat funny, Just a real joy to watch, Really you could fly Atlantis from earth and return it from whee it came and reboot the series. I would watch it every week for the next 20yrs+++

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zlot

Boo, Paul, and yeah!….what Nekomajin said! SGU was a truly worthy follow-up – I wept when it was cancelled. Although I DO agree with Paul about SG-Atlantis. It never did much for me.

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Ljtsw

I would like to see a series where the Stargate has gone public. In the beginning of SGU we saw some interesting stuff with the Trust/Lucian Alliance, and their ballsy espionage on Earth/Earth projects. The end of SG1 witnessed a huge power vacuum left in the Milky Way which must set an interesting stage for the SG universe ten years later. I would like to see Earth perspective as well as Non-Earth. And can we scale up? Like Earth could have most of its military in a space force made up of Daedalus class ships… Maybe some Imperialist themes?? Earth… Read more »

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IanG

SGU still has the potential to be the best SyFy show on any platform ever. Movies, TV, Streaming, whatever, just forget the comic books and get it on a screen! It has legs still and an obvious opening to the cliffhanger ending. It’s easily the Stargate franchise platform to resolve every hanging tidbit on all the shows. They come out of suspended animation, reconnect with Stargate Command years later and get all the answers to every hangnail that’s bugging everyone about every series. A giant streamathon to reacquaint anyone, old lovers and new viewers alike in every show. Let’s get… Read more »

Dana Farricker
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Dana Farricker

A ***fourth*** show? There have been five already: SG-1, Infinity, Atlantis, Universe, and Origins. Whatever one may think of each one’s quality, they were all undeniably shows.

In any case, Origins was godawful. If MGM wants to keep the franchise going, they need to do a better job of it.

Robert
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Robert

Any new series has to be a continuation of SG1 seasons 1 through 8 ie The Next Generation. So no more Wraith or Ori. The enemy has to be the Goa’uld. The setting will probably be offworld for the series growth factor, which wouldn’t make sense storywise having a Stargate program on Earth under Cheyenne Mountain as then you wouldn’t be able to call in air support through the stargate–I noticed SG1 showed the Alpha Site having a runway. Let’s suppose the stargate really existed for a moment. Wouldn’t the air force/US military develop a fighter plane or something that… Read more »

David F. Guy
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David F. Guy

“Well Brad created three, so it would be a fourth created by him. Infinity and Origins are also categorically different forms of productions. And he was involved in neither.”

Irrelevant. They are both shows, regardless of the format who created them.

Dana
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Dana

“The enemy has to be the Goa’uld.”

No. Absolutely not. The Goa’uld are played out at this point.

John Sheppard
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John Sheppard

Please bring back SGA!

Braksator
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I think it makes most sense to have a main story set in present day with new characters and villains…. BUT to leave the door open to do SG-1/SGA/SGU stories, including stories about the Goa’uld even if they’re flashbacks or something.

Matthew
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Matthew

MGM can you please bring back Stargate sg1 and origins was awful.