Type
Scripted
Premiered
Jul. 27, 1997
Status
Completed/Ended
Runtime
60 min.
Country
USA
Network
SyFy TV Network

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Stargate SG-1

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.

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TV 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 …

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The show had 10 seasons and 219 episodes air between 1997 and 2007.

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  • Unusual for a series, Showtime ordered 44 episodes (a second season) before showing the pilot. Halfway through the first season, they ordered another 44 episodes.
  • Running for ten seasons, the show holds the record for longest-running American live-action science fiction TV series, second only to the British Doctor Who (UK) (1963) worldwide. Stargate…
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    Running for ten seasons, the show holds the record for longest-running American live-action science fiction TV series, second only to the British Doctor Who (UK) (1963) worldwide. Stargate SG-1 has run without a break (every year, without disruption) since start on July 27, 1997 to final episode on March 13, 2007; lasting almost 10 years.
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  • Apophis was a real Egyptian god, despite many fans' difficulty in finding any information on him. "Apophis" is an obscure Greek name for Apep, the Egyptian god of darkness and night. The…
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    Apophis was a real Egyptian god, despite many fans' difficulty in finding any information on him. "Apophis" is an obscure Greek name for Apep, the Egyptian god of darkness and night. The native names of Egyptian deities are not widely known except to Egyptologists because most Egyptian mythology was brought to the Western world by the Greeks, who altered Egyptian words and names to conform to Greek phonology. For example, the name of Bast, the cat-god, was probably pronounced something like "Pasht".
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