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Over the years there have been many stories told about the Stargate SG-1 team. Some of these were nicely rounded off, while others remained a mystery.
"Indeed" became Teal'c's catchphrase during Stargate SG-1, but exactly how many did he utter the word over the course of the entire series?
The series ended on a major cliffhanger so is there still hope for Stargate Universe season 3? The show was an edgier take on the franchise.
Just what panels can we expect at San Diego Comic-Con 2018? Here's a list of all the confirmations - and who's skipping Hall H this year.
Independence Day and Stargate movie screenwriter/producer Dean Devlin says he's no longer involved with either sci-fi franchise.
MGM confirms the digital-only Stargate Origins series will premiere on February 15th, 2018, and release a thrilling new trailer.
Stargate Command's new Stargate Origins behind-the-scenes video takes fans on a tour on the set of the upcoming sci-fi web series prequel.
MGM announces the launch of Stargate Command an all-new digital platform that will exclusively air Stargate Origins later this year.
After six years, Stargate will finally get another spin-off series, a prequel titled Stargate: Origins that's set to launch digitally.
Writer and producer Dean Devlin offers more detail about the upcoming Stargate reboot, its relation to the TV universe, and future sequel plans.
Star Wars and Star Trek are arguably the best space operas ever made, but what are some of the other great sci-fi epics?
Producer Dean Devlin confirms that 'Independence Day 2' and '3' are not shooting back - and claims that the 'Stargate' reboot is actually a remake of the original!
We review 'A Million Ways to Die in the West' and discuss Edgar Wright leaving 'Ant-Man', a 'Stargate' movie reboot, as well as the 'Reading Rainbow' Kickstarter.
A 'Stargate' reboot has officially been announced, with creators Roland Emmerich and Dean Devlin at the helm of not just one film, but a brand new trilogy.
'Thor: The Dark World' features jumping between the various alternate worlds of the Marvel Universe. Here are a few more of Screen Rant's favorite movies about stepping through a portal and into another universe.
An interstellar teleportation device, found in Egypt, leads to a planet with humans resembling ancient Egyptians who worship the god Ra.