Lots of Stargate Universe fans are still holding out hope that the show will someday make a triumphant return, and co-star David Blue is among them.
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!
It's the classic tale of David vs. Goliath—well, more like fan vs. network. Every season, a whole lot of television series are cancelled. Some survive for just a handful of episodes, while others get a full season or multiple seasons before receiving the axe. All good things must come to an end. And for sci-fi fans, that's doubly true.
Sad because you missed your chance to buy Jack O'Neill's sunglasses or a working Jaffa Serpent Head during last year's amazing auction of Stargate props? Then get ready for the weekend, because a sale of thousands of objects from Stargate: SG-1, Stargate Atlantis and Stargate Universe starts tomorrow.
It's a big week for Stargate and Smallville fans as Stargate Universe and the CW's Superman prequel end their runs. After 14 years of Stargate and 10 years of Smallville, television is not going to be the same without them. This week, we'll also get season finales for The Vampire Diaries and Nikita.
Have you been in serious Stargate: Universe withdrawal ever since the series was canceled? Well, a whole lot of SGU alumni are working to make you feel better.
Reruns continue to dominate the schedule, but there's a couple of bright spots, including the midseason returns of The Event and Stargate Universe. Meanwhile on Fringe, thieves defy gravity as Walter digs into the damage he's done.
When last we left the crew of the Destiny in Syfy's Stargate Universe three months ago, things look positively bleak. In the midseason finale, "Resurgence," the crew had been duped by the Ursini (those seed ship aliens) and the Destiny was trapped in the middle of a battle with hostile drones that were bent on annihilating the ship.
If you've been itching to learn when you'll be seeing more Sanctuary—and more of Syfy's other returning and previously announced series—you're in luck, because the details of the channel's Spring programming schedule have just been announced.
Syfy announced today it will end its original action-adventure series Stargate Universe once the show returns to finish its second season in the Spring of 2011. The upcoming 10 episodes will be the series' last.