Looking over some of our favorite sci-fi and fantasy films, we found a handful of "powerful" artifacts that actually don't help anyone at all.
A beloved Stargate SG-1 star will be heading to Starling City soon as part of Arrow’s second season.
The new mobile game Stargate SG-1: Unleashed is officially available for iOS, and all the original cast is back to give it the classic SG-1 feel.
Stargate SG-1 is back in the 1st action-packed trailer for the videogame Stargate SG-1: Unleashed.
You never realize how many people get hit by buses in TV shows and movies until you see them all at once.
A former Stargate SG-1 star faces a long recovery after he shattered his femur and lost massive amounts of blood in a horrific boating accident.
The Stargate shows—SG-1, Atlantis, and Universe—ran for a total of seventeen seasons. A year and a half after Universe was cancelled, we still miss the adventure, the camaraderie, and the otherworldly locations that strongly resemble Vancouver. But, hey—at least there are Stargate presents to give and to receive!
Former Stargate SG-1 (and Atlantis and Universe) writers Joseph Mallozzi and Paul Mullie have tapped a fan favorite sci-fi alum for their new tech-driven mini-series. So who is it?
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?
It may be one of the longest-running franchises in science fiction history, but Stargate SG-1's experience on the videogame front is woefully awful, with two aborted games sitting on the shelf. We may not be able to play it, but some recently leaked gameplay videos from the aborted 2005 first-person shooter Stargate SG-1: The Alliance at least gives us a peek at what we missed.