Stargate SG-U: 1.0
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A group of soldiers, scientists and civilians fleeing an attack,is stranded billions of miles from Earth on an Ancient ship known as the Destiny. Locked on an unknown course, they must fight to survive and find a way home. The danger, adventure and hope they find on board the Destiny will reveal the heroes and villains among them. Starring Robert Carlyle, Ming Na and Lou Diamond Phillips, as well as returning Stargate favorites.Includes the extended pilot and over 40 minutes of behind-the-scenes footage as well as exclusive Blu-ray features
- Exclusive extended version of the pilot episode “Air”
- Chatting with the cast of SG-U
- Stargate 101: Presented by Dr. Daniel Jackson
- Kino Video Diaries including 5 DVD exclusives
- Audio commentaries by cast and producers on all episodes
- Creating a New Universe — Over 40 minutes of Blu-ray-exclusive
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As for the Blu-ray set itself, it includes all the many extras the DVD sets have and a few more. There are cast interviews, commentaries on every single show, specials and the entire collection of Kino Diaries that were on the net during the show's run are here.
SG-1 was very good but it was a show that was very much in the wilderness when it comes to establishing who the characters are with both the good guys and the bad guys and the lore. I loved the journey SG-1 took me on and I own all 10 seasons as we speak.
SGA was more of a continuation of SG-1 but with far fewer "bottle episodes"! SGA did have a clear arc but it just didn't have the staying power that SG-1 had, I think, because of the multiple changes of the lead character. They went through 3 different people! That's like taking Picard off the Enterprise then go to Riker,then go to someone you barely know! That's crazy. Imagine Edward J. Olmos being killed on Battlestar Galactica. Dont get me wrong here. I also own all 5 seasons of SGA and I love it too.
SGU is a blessing from the gods but Stargate had to change! If they ran another show like SGA and SG-1 the show may not have gotten past the pilot. People stopped watching remember? It would make no sense to redo the same format all over again. The "new" way of doing things on SGU is the absolute best way to go and if you dont watch you are just nuts. Plain and simple!