Stargate's Christopher Judge teases mysterious new sci-fi TV series

Coming off his lengthy stint on Stargate SG-1, Christopher Judge (Teal'c) has tried his hand at film—with an unspecified role in The Dark Knight Rises coming next week—but now it seems he's itching to get back into sci-fi television. So what's he up to?

Judge was at the London Film and Comic-Con last week, and was chatting a bit about what he has coming down the pike. What's he most excited about? A new sci-fi show he's working on, though he remained tight-lipped on the details.

Here's what he had to say, via

"It's a sci-fi show. We are going to announce soon. We've already signed a deal with a certain company, and I think fans will get a kick out of who it is. And we are in negotiations with a second company that also fans will get a kick out of, because they are doing some of the best stuff in film right now. And it will be only their second foray into television. I can't wait to let it out of the bag. The announcements will probably be relatively soon, probably in the next month or so."

Hmm, our curiosity is definitely piqued. Judge has been tinkering with a fantasy series concept called Rage of Angels for a few years now, so that could be what he's talking about. But if that were the case, then why all the secrecy?

You can check out the full interview, recorded by Red Carpet News TV, below:

What do you think? Are you jonesing to see more SG-1 stars back on the small screen?


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