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PuddleBather
Andrew Nathan Symes
6 months ago

Perhaps this is a good omen. The beginnings of Amazon having exclusive showing rights of SG, ready for future new content.

Heightmeyer's Lemming
6 months ago

The merger between MGM and Amazon ain’t finalized yet, and won’t be for a while longer so there are no exclusive rights to be had by Amazon at the moment. All rights are very much still MGM’s and I assume that contracts have run out and need to be renegotiated.

Todd is God
Todd is God
6 months ago

The MGM sale is nearing completion and according to my sources part of that deal is to let the MGM contracts run out on other streaming services as Amazon have a streaming platform and will not share content where possible. Your comment seems most likely and gives a bit of hope to us all.

Bagpuss
6 months ago

Hopefully new wannabee US Gaters won’t be deterred by not being able to access full episodes for a while.I know they can watch YT clips but that’s not the same and only gives highlights.

SgtReed24
SgtReed24
6 months ago

oh man, I just started watching SG1 again on Netflix a couple days ago (currently on season 2). Gonna have to binge quick before it cuts me off mid run. D:

drjackson
drjackson
5 months ago
Reply to  SgtReed24

Try checking out your local library for the dvds do get cut off before you can finish.

Melody
Melody
5 months ago

Stargate is still on Netflix. They took it off leaving status weeks ago.

Radmage
5 months ago
Reply to  Melody

SG-1 is finally off Netflix and I haven’t even finished season 3.

Darren
Admin
5 months ago
Reply to  Radmage

SG-1 is actually still there, at least in the U.S. We don’t know how long the extension was for, though.

Manish Bhatt
Manish Bhatt
4 months ago

The TV MA nudity rating was correct. In 1st (, episode 1&2) there is full frontal nudity). Which would warrant such rating.

Darren
Admin
4 months ago
Reply to  Manish Bhatt

It obviously warrants the rating on the pilot episode. But MGM has every individual episode of the series rated, and the other 212 hours are all TV-PG and TV-14. Netflix ignores the per-episode data and just assigns the highest rating to the entire series.

Loretta Perez
4 months ago

Please do not take stargate sg1 off I love it i watched it over and over please im begging you to keep it put it back on comet tv please make my wishes cone true

Anne
Anne
4 months ago

I just noticed that the Star Trek series (Enterprise, Voyager, DS9) will be leaving Amazon Prime on January 1st. Something’s brewing at Amazon!

Anne
Anne
4 months ago
Reply to  Anne

And starting January 1st, Comet will be showing Farscape twice a day in the early evening.

frank
frank
3 months ago

why on earth prime report that stargate atlantis now will be removed from MGM on 28 feb?

Xantosh
Xantosh
3 months ago
Reply to  frank

think it has to do with Amazon buying it, notice how everything is leaving the mgm channel, i think it stems to they no longer have to charge extra because they were buying the rights to stream this because they will now own it. . . though doesn’t mean they won’t charge extra for it!

cyash23
cyash23
20 hours ago

And these stupid publishers wonder why they see an increase in piracy. Stop playing the licensing games and just provide the damn content to your customers