WATCH: Stargate's television co-creator answers fan questions about working on the series, making each show visually distinct ... and why his new Stargate project hasn't been greenlit yet.
The Companion will host executive producer Brad Wright for a live event on Saturday, November 21, taking questions from fans.
Actor Colin Cunningham, composer Neal Acree, and a special hour of live Stargate trivia round out the weekend for the live streaming show.
"Dial the Gate" hosts a live play-through of the new Stargate SG-1 Roleplaying Game — featuring the stars of Stargate! (UPDATED)
Join us for the livestream this weekend as three of Stargate's finest join us to share Stargate memories and answer your questions.
Dean Devlin, Amanda Tapping, Torri Higginson, David Hewlett, Chris Judge, David Blue, Teryl Rothery, and more than 20 others are set to appear on GateWorld's brand new, long-form interview show.
Join us live on YouTube this Saturday, October 3, for the full scoop on "Dial the Gate," who will be joining us, and how you can participate.
Gatecon hosts a wild video chat with nearly two dozen actors, crew, and fans from the Stargate family. Watch the whole thing here!
The fan-run convention is celebrating its twentieth anniversary with a series of free online events and conversations. Here's what is happening this weekend!
In lieu of this year's Chicago convention, Creation Entertainment is hosting a series of online conversations with several Stargate favorites.
Creation Entertainment confirms that the original guest lineup will appear at the event next June, after this year's fan convention was delayed by the coronavirus pandemic.
The landmark pop culture event will be closed for the first time in its 50-year history.
Fan convention organizers FCD Events have confirmed that the U.K. event has been delayed, with a new date still to be confirmed.
The actor and director was due to be joined by former Stargate SG-1 co-star Teryl Rothery at the event in London next month.
Fans rallied on Friday for a new Stargate series, making waves on social media -- with a little help from the cast and crew of the three series.