Stargate Universe 2 Seasons 2011

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Season 2
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Blocked by Command Ships at every star and unable to gate for supplies without alerting the drones, Destiny must take a stand or be left adrift.

Starring:
Robert Carlyle, Louis Ferreira
Runtime:
44 minutes
Original air date:
May 9, 2011

Available in HD on supported devices.

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Season 2
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Product Details

Genres Science Fiction, Drama
Director Andy Mikita
Starring Robert Carlyle, Louis Ferreira
Supporting actors Brian J. Smith, Elyse Levesque, David Blue, Alaina Huffman, Jamil Walker Smith, Peter Kelamis, Patrick Gilmore, Jennifer Spence, Julia Benson, Ming-Na Wen, Lou Diamond Phillips, Jeffrey Bowyer-Chapman, Haig Sutherland, Mike Dopud, Mark Burgess, Leanne Adachi, Darcy Laurie, Josh Blacker
Season year 2011
Network MGM
Purchase rights Stream instantly and download to 2 locations Details
Format Amazon Instant Video (streaming online video and digital download)

Customer Reviews

Characters are great, acting is great, story line is great.
Shee
I'm a long time Stargate fan, and as any Stargate fan knows, Stargate Universe (SGU) is the series that killed the entire Stargate Franchise.
Adroa
Really like the story many way to end it has to be something better than just stopping it with one smart guy dying??
mark gillette

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141 of 155 people found the following review helpful By J on May 12, 2011
Format: DVD
SGU is another amazing series, starting a bit rocky, but evolving wonderfully into another amazing SG show. Too bad the sad studios and Syfy can't get it together to provide viewers what they are asking for and continue the series...
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359 of 414 people found the following review helpful By M.A. Hallisey VINE VOICE on June 29, 2011
Format: DVD
Once again, lacking patience and with only an eye on the bottom line, Syfy (or SciFi, or NBC Universal, or whatever) has cancelled a series that required development and did not provide immediate gratification/fulfillment. The ads want you to believe they support quality TV, but SyFy's actions say otherwise.

SGU was not everyone's cup of tea. Regardless, it was good TV. Imaginative, thought-provoking, different. And in current SyFy tradition, now cancelled.

So as a PSA, here's a short summation of how I see SysFy and its relationship to the channels' shows' fan bases -

"Battlestar Galactica" - under pressure throughout and barely makes it to the end; fans screwed because we could never be sure we would get a complete story. "Caprica" - brilliant - cancelled before it can get out of the starting blocks; again, fans screwed. "Stargate Atlantis" - cancelled before the envisioned end; fans screwed. "Stargate Universe" - really on the way up and destroyed by the network before it could get going; fans screwed.

"Firefly" not picked up by SyFy; fan base established and ready to support SyFy. Nope - fans screwed. "Defying Gravity" - hung out to dry by ABC leaving an amazed and distraught audience; fan base established and ready to support SyFy. Nope - fans screwed - not picked up by SyFy (which it probably could have had for a song).

Don't be surprised when "Eureka," "Warehouse 13," and "Haven" get the boot (or become ridiculous parodies of their earlier selves. For instance, "Sanctuary"). Fans - get ready to be screwed.

Instead, what does the channel that promotes itself as the imagination channel give us?
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34 of 38 people found the following review helpful By MIchaelA on May 11, 2011
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From start to end. This show has been nothing short of amazing. It actually surpassed my expectations from what I thought it be and it's predecessors. I am however heart struck with sadness that this program is coming to it's end. I will only hope there will be a movie to give this series some closure and gratitude and honor to those that have participated in it's beauty. If for whatever reason that fails to manifest. I wish to thank everyone that made this journey you have taken me on. I love you all!

Sincerely,

Michael
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Format: DVD
The "Stargate" franchise has literally run its course, some may feel. While others feel, similar to the "Star Trek" franchise, there are many stories that can still be told.

From "Stargate SG-1' to the animated series "Stargate Infinity" and then "Stargate Atlantis", here we are with the final season of "Stargate Universe", a series that met with fans who were split on whether they enjoyed or disliked the series. Unfortunately, for this series which began in 2009, there was no renewal for a third season and thus the second season ended with a cliffhanger, just when the series had made some major changes and had gotten better.

Should "Stargate Universe" had a chance to prove itself? Afterall, even the popular syndicated series "Star Trek: The Next Generation" had its haters and also didn't do well initially in the ratings, but given the chance to make the series better, it became one of the best "Star Trek" spinoff. So, I ask the question again, did SG-U deserve to be cancelled?

I'm sure that this will be a debate in which these split fans will continue to have varying opinions but the fact is, "Stargate" is over and in April 2011, "Stargate" producer announced that any plans for continuation of "Stargate" have been cancelled and that he had officially packed his desk. 17 years of "Stargate" on television and it looks as if this was the final nail on the popular military sci-fi franchise... Or is it?

Nevertheless, I have been watching Brad Wright and Robert C. Cooper's series and I admit that the first season was OK but the second season was even better.
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16 of 17 people found the following review helpful By Gamer7 on May 15, 2011
Format: DVD
Stargate universe had promise. Season one was dry and was going nowhere, but season two had more going for it. I wish those short term thinking morons gave it chance than pulling the plug too early.

I knew Syfy started to go downhill when it changed from "SciFi" to "ScyFy", started canceling good shows, showing horrendous "C" flicks, and later added shows like wrestling. I hope another company creates a science-fiction channel and promotes quality shows as well as staying true to fans/customers.

SGU was coming into its own, just needed time...
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27 of 31 people found the following review helpful By Charles Longino on June 19, 2012
Format: DVD
This is an amazing series but was canceled way too prematurely. The SyFy channel is being ruined by canceling some of,their best shows. I will not buy this and support this channel. What a shame.
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