Two of Stargate SG-1‘s very best stories are now streaming for free in the United States.
The Ark of Truth wraps up the Ori storyline from the final two years of the television series, with SG-1 taking the Earth ship Odyssey through the Supergate to the enemy’s home galaxy. But can they find a way to stop the forces of Adria (guest star Morena Baccarin) before the Ori footsoldiers conquer the Milky Way? Series executive producer Robert C. Cooper wrote and directed the film.
Continuum follows up with a largely stand-alone story, though one that does deal with one of the show’s outstanding villains: former Goa’uld System Lord Baal (guest star Cliff Simon). Written by Brad Wright and directed by Martin Wood, the movie packs in adventure, time travel, parallel realities, and a lot of heart as the survivors of SG-1 struggle to restore their broken timeline.
Both films were shot in 2007, following the cancellation of the long-running television series. They were released direct to DVD in 2008, and later broadcast on Syfy Channel.
Unfortunately for Stargate’s international audience, the films are currently available on YouTube Movies only to viewers in the U.S. Since rights vary from country to country, please check your local listings and streaming services to find The Ark of Truth and Continuum in your region.
Stargate SG-1 aired from 1997 to 2002 on Showtime in the U.S., then from 2002 to 2007 on (what was then called) SCI FI Channel.
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