I just checked. It is almost ten years since Stargate Universe has gone off the air. If someone had some foresight, that is the series they should have brought back. Whenever Syfy gets their grubby hands on a series, it normally doesn’t end well. At least they left the last episode open ended so someone could return to this program and start again.I'm finished with the rewatch of Stargate Atlantis and begun rewatching Stargate Universe...SGU had so much potential, I think what sunk them is going with the drone storylines...Its lazy writing because SG-1 had replicator storylines for a few seasons as well as SGA, we did not need yet another mechanical enemy...They should have continued to explore all new worlds and confront all new alien species, maybe similar or remotely like Star Trek Voyager did lol...The storyline of those blue aliens trying to break into Destiny is a good one and those aliens actually following them into another galaxy was a nice touch, but they muddied the waters with the introduction of the drones....
I just checked. It is almost ten years since Stargate Universe has gone off the air. If someone had some foresight, that is the series they should have brought back. Whenever Syfy gets their grubby hands on a series, it normally doesn’t end well. At least they left the last episode open ended so someone could return to this program and start again.
There was an episode when doppelgangers from parallel dimensions came through the gate and they ended with about a dozen SG-1 groups. In another one they time traveled which was triggered by a solar flare.Like so many other shows, they could have made a spin-off and kept it going but in another direction.
In a couple of episodes they had a portal gate that led to other dimensions/universes. They used it a couple of times. They could had used to to explore other universes instead of other planets as the regular stargate.
Next Stargate Project Might Have Daniel Jackson In It
On his new podcast for The Companion Brad Wright reveals to Stargate SG-1 actor Michael Shanks that he has recently written new dialogue for his character.
ACTORS | MARCH 15, 2021
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If long-time Stargate creator and executive producer Brad Wright has anything to say about it, the franchise will be back with a brand new show – and Daniel Jackson will likely be a part of it.
Wright teased the news to actor Michael Shanks on his new audio podcast for The Companion, “Brad Wright’s Conversations in Sci-Fi.” Shanks will appear as a special guest in the show’s debut episode, which is set to launch soon. Wright talked about how easy it is to write for Daniel’s voice.
“Writing [for Daniel Jackson] – and I have written you more recently, to tease that – I gotta say how easy it is when you’re writing for a character you’ve written 10,000 lines for,” he said. “I can hear your voice very clearly when I’m typing.”
Wright has been working on a long-gestating Stargate project, which he still hopes will be picked up by a broadcaster or streaming platform – despite the delays caused in part by the COVID-19 pandemic. This new tease appears to indicate that he has at least one script in the works, and that the character Daniel Jackson appears in it.