Stargate Universe: the Complete First Season available in Blu-ray
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This release offers all 20 episodes from the first season of the series Stargate Universe. Younger in tone than previous Stargate series, this sci-fi drama follows a group of scientists, soldiers, and ordinary people who are forced to travel through a Stargate when they come under attack. Emerging on an archaic starship headed away from Earth, the group soon find that their destiny has been sealed, as the ship's course is locked. Now they must fight for survival against hunger, dehydration, the twisted secrets of the Stargate, and even each other.
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Most Helpful Customer Reviews
The latest installment in the stargate franchise was refreshing for fans of more realistic, less over the top television. Even though the show did initially drag in the first season, the overall story arc worked well and led to better development in the second season. Although some relief from the dour tone of the show would have been welcome, it appropriate for the main task of survival. The concept and motivations behind the characters were great as well. While I appreciated other stargate series, I enjoyed the more edgy, realistic take on this show when compared to the cyclical case of the week format of previous series.
Let us all stop for a moment to let out a massive sigh of relief....all of us Stargate faithful.... all of us science fiction devoted.... all of us action loving, story and character development appreciating. A sigh of relief that YES, once in the rarest of circumstances we are lucky enough, in our short lives, to actually be present to witness consumer common-sense triumph over corporate Hollywood greed.. and to see this disgusting aberration finally put down. Yes, this wasn't "your grandfathers Stargate". BUT, as it turned out it was not my teenagers Stargate either. This was an act of fiscal desperation, attempting to correct a massive miscalculation of consumer interest, wrapped in today's "reality" show smut, justified as being artistically "more edgy". Let us also hope that when this was done, it was done with such effectiveness and finality, that the rest of us left scarred by two years of this atrocity, can now try to move on to more creatively worthy science fiction, and who knows..even maybe a worthy THIRD installment to this beloved franchise. For all who defended this show, all I can compassionately recommend to console your heartbreak is suggest maybe to start watching "Dirty Little Liars" and hope they relocate them through a stargate.