Amazon is developing a new Stargate project, though the form that will take has reportedly not yet been finalized.
Another milestone in MGM's new chapter with Amazon passes with no sign of a Stargate project in development.
Amazon is looking to develop a new Stargate project in the short-term, and according to insiders has been taking pitches from some familiar names.
MGM's cable and streaming service EPIX is getting a new name, and just ordered four new original series. (None of them are Stargate.)
The unexpected TV spin-off of a box office sleeper hit helped to create a new renaissance in science fiction on cable television.
OPINION: If the Stargate franchise's new owners want to bring existing fans along for the ride, the next series must honor the existing canon.
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The retail giant's purchase of MGM Studios has been completed, the companies said in an announcement. Here's what it means for Stargate.
One major approval has arrived with another one to go, and a new Stargate project potentially riding on the merger between Amazon and Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer.
As Amazon looks to purchase MGM, the Federal Trade Commission may be looking to scuttle the deal. A new Stargate series could be on the line.
OPINION: The beloved science fiction franchise should be at the top of your MGM development list ... if you can deliver what fans have been wanting for a decade.
The studio that owns the franchise has confirmed its $8.45 billion sale to the streaming giant. Should Stargate fans be hopeful for a new show?
The tech giant is the latest suitor to offer a buyout of MGM — the historic Hollywood studio that owns the Stargate franchise.
The studio that owns the Stargate franchise is exploring a sale, with the streaming giants likely among the potential buyers.
The multi-network service will include repeats of Stargate and other MGM series.