Continuation TV series of SG-1,SGA and SGU
Continuation of SG-1
Continuation of SGA
Continuation of SGU
As a NEW Continuation series
Continuation TV series of SG-1,SGA and SGU AND a new Continuation Series
Reboot the Series
Continuation in Movies (Please comment & say which one!)
Television Movies (Eg AoT)
Other (please comment)
Well yes, if they could or would do it. The writes my say something about the Planet Builders that they can restore Destiny back to 100% but want Destiny to continue with the mission or may be it will take too much energy to send Destiny back to the Milky Way galaxy since it is millions or billions of light years away. Remember they want and the audience want the series to continue as long as possible so they would find a way to say why they can do this but can not do that.
As for finding tech that would stop that battle. What tech??
So basically pull something ot of the keister, deus ex machina..Well yes, if they could or would do it. The writes my say something about the Planet Builders that they can restore Destiny back to 100% but want Destiny to continue with the mission or may be it will take too much energy to send Destiny back to the Milky Way galaxy since it is millions or billions of light years away. Remember they want and the audience want the series to continue as long as possible so they would find a way to say why they can do this but can not do that.
Yes I already know what has already happened but they could say that to bring back the Ori and the Oric in some way. It is one of many suggestions.
May be a deus ex machina. But first they should come up with logical ways first. The problem, and a good thing, is that there is not enough history about the Planet Builders so the writers can say anything. Hopefully they will write smart things about the Planet Builders.
Back on topic:
I was just on reddit and found a link, https://www.reddit.com/r/IAmA/commen...antis/dbh7x7t/. It was an interview with Brad Wright and he mentions about Ellie Wallace at the end of SGU.
Also here is a Facebook link to one of the people who started the petition on change.org, https://www.facebook.com/SaveStargat...=page_internal.
Are there any suggestions or any other comments on what we all have discussed so far from anyone else?
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step one. declare sgu noncannon.
Why? What is it about SGU that gets your nickers in a twist to where you want the entire season declared non-canon?
their are a lot of reasons i didn't like sgu but declaring it noncannon would wrap up the loose ends in a hurry and its not like it was good anyway.. it was stargates ds9
Well it could considered a what-if series but it would be difficult because it has previous cast have made guest appearances. To me SGU is canon and to a lot of people. They can make changes to it to make it successful. That is why I started this discussion thread to share opinions and ideas. Also to show others about the petitions, hopefully get more people to sign it, may be e-mail, send letters and to tweet to cast and crew. I have sent a few tweets to some of the crew who worked on the stargate series and got a couple of likes, one of those likes is from Joseph Mallozzi, who wrote on the SG-1, SGA and SGU.
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31 Dec 2016: @BaronDestructo Please bring back Stargate SG-1, Stargate Atlantis & Stargate Universe. As a continuation. New & previous characters mix.
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I think the most rational thing to do is a spinoff series. I like ideal focusing on what we have been up to, the galaxy as we have now made it (multiple 'alpha sites and/or apollo class ships and their adventures) of course there would need to be new adversaries (the continuous rise of the Lucian alliance, or our ships going to help Atlantis with the Vanir) all these scenarios can tie in resolutions to unresolved series and also begin a whole new series, without having to rely on being able to cast previous cast members. Any member wanting reprising roles can easily be written into this all the while expanding the SG universe as we know it.
I am also however not for bringing the old shows back with new episodes. I think a rerun on TV for them would do just fine.
If new Stargate on TV then a whole new Stargate Series but I was disappointed by SGU, so I do honestly not know if I would atch that really. Would for me depend on what it is about and such
So, a new series starts with Earth as the most powerful planet in the galaxy. A fleet of near unbeatable ships. Access to the combined knowledge of the Asgard and the Ancients. Atlantis is on Earth, which is protected by the drone weapons in Antarctica and Atlantis (the Puddle Jumpers never ran out so there must be an automated facility in Atlantis )
...Where would this new series go? The Ori, practically gods, were defeated in less than two seasons. Who could be a threat to such a powerful planet?
What would make seeing such a powerful planet effortlessly crush anyone who opposes them interesting?
And remember this hypothetical show is starting several years after the last one ended. Earth has had time to explore the alien libraries and develop more technology since the last time we saw them.
They're not the scrappy underdogs they were at the beginning of SG-1.
So, I guess even if they gained experoence there would be reasons some unexpected things could happen
They have also gained several thousand years worth of technological advancement. With two Deux ex Machina machines full of several millennia worth of knowledge that can be used for last minute solutions to any problem they might face.
SGU was a way to distance the series from the easy fixes.
Carrying on with a new series set on Earth brings all the advancements made during SG-1 back into play. Even if they discovered a new address to a new galaxy, they're not going to make the same mistake they made with Atlantis by sending people through unprepared. There's no reason to now. They have ships that can reach distant galaxies, access to more advanced power sources so not being able to dial home isn't a problem any more. They could take Ancient shield generators and Asgard weapons. No matter what they run into, they will always have the upper hand. Or be able to make a quick getaway.
Earth is too powerful now.
Stargate was all about humans in our time, with our level of technology facing all the problems that are usually reserved for science fiction shows set in the distant future. It has moved so far from that original concept that they could easily say it's set in the year 3017, and it would be hard to argue against it when the technology makes Star Trek look quaint and antiquated.
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That being said, I think there are still plenty of ways to work around Earth's power in a plot. I liked SGU's idea of the lack of a main enemy. Maybe the new "bad guys" aren't there to hurt the Tau'ri but more of "we want something and you are in our way". Maybe have that actively fighting and beating the baddies will have bad repercussions. Maybe have the villain's history be similar to Earth, saying they spent a long time gathering alien technology to protect their planet including Ancient and Asgard tech. Maybe create a moral grey in their villains, a reason to second guess ousting them. Maybe Earth's former allies have become nervous about Earth's new power and how they'll use it and have begun implementing failsafes in case Earth goes bad (something Earth probably won't take lightly if discovered). Maybe the new villains could be underdogs themselves. Scifi stories always show underdog good guys going against overpowered bad guys. Let's flip the tables.
That being said, two of Earth's victories (the replicators and ori) were due to the press-here-to-win buttons. They didn't have to get methodically defeated like the Goa'uld and Wraith so there are still ways to make enemies strong against Earth.
SGU already did that "in a galaxy far far away.."
And then even they were defeated with minimal effort and a field trip to their home galaxy.
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