Stargate SG-1 Reviews
With 10 seasons and 214 episodes Stargate SG-1 surpassed The X-Files in 2007 as the longest-running North American science fiction series on television.
The story of Stargate SG-1 begins one year after the events of the feature film. A network of ancient alien devices called Stargates connects a vast multitude of planets within our Milky Way galaxy for interstellar travel. Later episodes reveal that this network is capable of spanning not just planets within the Milky Way, but with sufficient power, can provide intergalactic travel as well. Stargate SG-1 chronicles the adventures of SG-1, the flagship team of over two dozen teams from Earth who explore the galaxy and defend Earth against alien threats such as the Goa'uld, Replicators and later the Ori. The series was a ratings success for Showtime and the Sci Fi Channel, and was particularly popular in Europe and Australia.
A fresh break from endless spaceships.
A strange gate found buried in Egypt in 1928 turns out to be a gate to intergalactic travel via wormholes. A small team, named SG-1, explores other planets, and tries to save them and earth from enslavement by an evil race of body-snatchers called the "Gould."
A wonderful, inventive SF TV show that will keep you hooked. Costumes and ideas are well done. Over all the show is quite inventive, full of good humor, action and drama.
A new way to explore "strange new worlds"!