UPDATE: Stargate SG-1 is now back on Prime Video as of January 4, though with the syndication cut of the episodes. Read more here. The original report follows.
It’s 2023. Do you know where your favorite show is?
The streaming service actually listed all three Stargate series — SG-1, Atlantis, and Stargate Universe — for removal on December 30, 2022. Now in January of 2023 Amazon made good on its promise to remove all ten seasons of SG-1.
To further confuse its audience, Amazon has duplicate listings of each show — one version of which lists them as unavailable for streaming. (Use the links above to find the listings that are currently available.)
For those who don’t mind commercials, the shows are currently available to watch on demand on the ad-supported Pluto TV. Reruns of SG-1 will also start from the beginning on Comet on January 15.
The show’s availability (including on Prime Video itself) varies from country to country. Viewers in some parts of the world can add an “MGM Channel” to their Prime subscription to access Stargate — though that remains unavailable stateside.
MGM and Amazon (which now owns the studio and the Stargate franchise) are relaunching the over-the-top premium cable and streaming service Epix later this month, and it is possible that the renamed “MGM+” could become the new home for the Stargate franchise. The rebranding takes effect January 16, so we’ll be on the lookout for any Stargate-related announcements then.
Meanwhile you can always find where Stargate’s shows and movies are available to stream on GateWorld’s “Where To Watch” page.
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