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David Walters
3 months ago

If you have a Roku device, the Roku channel has, in its Free TV options, the MGM Sci Fi channel. Episodes of SG-1 and SGA are shown weekday evenings, about 7pm – 10:30pm ET, and SGU is shown on Saturday at around 5:15pm ET

David Walters
2 months ago
Reply to  David Walters

Apparently, not any more. It looks like the MGM Sci-Fi channel is now gone from Roku

Karen Harris
Karen Harris
3 months ago

Stargate episodes have not been available on Amazon Prime in parts of Canada for quite some time.

Last edited 3 months ago by Karen Harris
Mollymouse
3 months ago

Phew…well, I just completed a binge on SG1, Atlantis and selected eps of Universe, so I’m good for a few months! I am really longing for a new chapter — and not Origins…which was, sorry, awful.

Nico
Nico
3 months ago

I was literally in the middle of season 4 of SG1 and the next episode went to play and had an error out… I panicked and google lead me here… I’m now sad…

Matt Dragovits
Matt Dragovits
3 months ago
Reply to  Nico

I’m in the exact same position, except I was able to get my 7-year old son to start watching it with me, and now I don’t have access! Ugh… was finally getting him away from stupid youtube videos so he could watch something with characters and plot…

Brent
Brent
3 months ago
Reply to  Matt Dragovits

I think we are living parallel lives… My 10 year old son has been really enjoying it. Totally bummed out. We signed up for Hulu for a free month. The problem is that we are on S6 and it is still the low res non-widesreen version at Hulu. Hopefully Amazon and MGM can figure it out within a month. Luckily I already own Atlantis on Bluray.

Krash85
3 months ago

Can confirm that Stargate SG1, Atlantis and Universe have been made unavailable for Prime subs in the USA. Right while I was in the middle of SG1 season 9. :(

Last edited 3 months ago by krash85
Takamura7
Takamura7
3 months ago
Reply to  krash85

This is sad to hear. I was in the middle of Atlantis S4, E3 last night. Went to continue this morning while working from home, and was led here after trying to find our wtf happened. Maybe there needs to be some sort of warning on the streaming service when they’re going to be ending. If they have it, it was not conspicuous enough for me to notice.

jyg
jyg
3 months ago

Contacted Amazon and they confirmed that MGM pulled the plug.

Last edited 3 months ago by jyg
Kansas
Kansas
3 months ago

I’m so bummed, just bingeing for the past 3 weeks, just started season 4 episode 3. My nightly routine is not the same.

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Dafd
3 months ago

I’ve just had a look on Amazon UK… They’ve not been available to watch for free through Prime for quite a while, but each season is available to buy (digital copy) for only £4.99 per season, that’s SG-1 Atlantis and Universe all for under £85

Joy
Joy
3 months ago

I am not happy. But we do have Hulu so I’ll check there.

Joy
Joy
3 months ago
Reply to  Joy

Well poo nuggets. Commercials on Hulu?!?! I want this show back on Prime!! :)

Syretia
Syretia
2 months ago
Reply to  Joy

Hulu without commercials costs the same as Prime.

Liliofthevaley
Liliofthevaley
3 months ago

I’ve been watching this for the past week, you just have to ‘subscribe’ to the MGM Amazon package, it’s $3.99 a month and the first few months are free.

Source: Literally watching it from my App right now.
*This is for Canada though

Last edited 3 months ago by Liliofthevaley
lakawak
lakawak
2 months ago

The “16:9 Expanded” aspect ratio? Did you really type that? AT BEST, SD TV shows converted into widescreen offer noting of value, since the sides were never intended to be seen. But usually, it is much worse and the 16:9 ratio is achieved by CROPPING the original (the very opposite of expanding) so you will often notice hat the tops of people’s heads are cut off. Old TV shows converted to widescreen are NEVER a good thing.

Darren
Admin
2 months ago
Reply to  lakawak

Apologies for the confusion — I’ve tweaked the language here to be more accurate. The 16:9 edition of SG-1’s earlier seasons is not “expanded,” but rather original to the show’s DVD release (and, IIRC, the original cable broadcast). As it began in 1997, and on premium cable, Stargate SG-1 was a bit unique among television productions. The show was shot and edited deliberately for both 4:3 and 16:9 widescreen. As I recall Showtime aired the show in widescreen, while the 4:3 episodes were distributed to stations nationwide for syndication. When the series was released on DVD a few years later,… Read more »

Jordan
Jordan
1 month ago

Everyone is saying that Stargate left prime, but I just checked today and it’s available to at least me over prime. My friend from the UK said it’s not available for him, just US prime members. Can others confirm?

Darren
Admin
1 month ago
Reply to  Jordan

Jordan: You’re looking at our story from July here. Check out this week’s update on the home page.