This sequel to the 1994 movie Stargate chronicles the further adventures of SGC (Stargate Command). Earth's military sends out SG teams to explore new planets, find technology, and oppose the Goa'uld. Jack O'Neill and Daniel Jackson from the movie are part of SG-1.
Last EpisodeTV Movie: Stargate SG-1: Continuum Aired: Jul. 29, 2008
When the Stargate team goes to see Ba'al, the last of the System Lords, being extracted from his host. All of a sudden, Tealc, Vala and all of …
Series Fun Facts
- Several elements/characters from Stargate also appear through the series, and although some retained their original characteristics, many have been changed or altered entirely. Here are some…
[show]Several elements/characters from Stargate also appear through the series, and although some retained their original characteristics, many have been changed or altered entirely. Here are some of the primary differences between movie and show: -Aside from the obvious difference in the actors playing the characters, the character Sha'uri from the movie appears several times in the series, but her name on the show was Sha're. -In the movie, Colonel O'Neill's name is spelled with one L, but in the series, it's spelled with two Ls (which O'Neill himself emphasizes on a couple of occasions). -Colonel O'Neill's son was named Tyler in the movie (his name could be seen on various awards hanging on the wall of his room), but in the series, his name was Charlie. -The Stargate was located inside a military installation inside Creek Mountain in the movie, but in the series it was located at the military installation inside Cheyenne Mountain. -The planet Abydos was supposedly located "on the other side of the known Universe" in the fictional Kaliam Galaxy, millions of light years away, but in the TV series it is located inside our own Milky Galaxy, and said to be the nearest planet to Earth with a working Stargate. -In the movie, each Stargate had a distinct set of symbols (represented by star constellations on Earth's gate), which differed from gate to gate. In the series however, each of the symbols on each of the gates are very similar, with the point of origins being the only unique symbols for each gate. -The wormhole effect for the Stargate was different in the movie and the series. In the movie, the effect appeared as a spinning vortex coming out from behind the gate, however this was absent from the series.
- Major Carter has always had a Volvo as her personal car through the run of the series, from a vintage 1800 model to a then-new model S60 sedan
- Each planet/moon with a Stargate is designated with a 6-digit designation (i.e. P3X-989), with the first digit always being either a P, an M, a K or an X.