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Stargate SG-1 Blu-ray... is it finally happening?

An overly excited individual on another forum seems to have some reason to think that they are indeed coming soon alongside the reboot of the movie franchise.

http://forum.blu-ray.com/showpost.ph...&postcount=306

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Seasons 1-3 16mm (35mm effects)
Seasons 4-7 35mm
Seasons 8-10 HD

All episodes shot for 1.78:1, but aired 4:3.

I hope this actually happens!
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All those "screenshots" look like publicity stills.
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If it were happening, I'd know about it, because I check the various sources of Stargate news, including the showrunner's blog. Nothing short of a full TNG-style restoration and remastering could bring Stargate to Blu-Ray. They didn't even release the restored and re-cut widescreen version of the pilot in any HD format and we're in the days where many things are on Amazon IV or Netflix in HD, so I'm certain they have no real interest in milking that cow.
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I know this is an old thread, but I definitely watched the first 5 seasons of SG-1 in HD and widescreen on Showtime. Perhaps it was upsampled from film, but it was excellent quality. I watched via my C-band dish and the HDD200. I stopped watching when SG-1 left Showtime and started running on Sci-Fi, primarily because the picture quality sucked and it was in 4:3. Now sure how Showtime did it but I've got to believe the content they used is out there somewhere and should be easy to author to Blu Ray.

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I know this is an old thread, but I definitely watched the first 5 seasons of SG-1 in HD and widescreen on Showtime. Perhaps it was upsampled from film, but it was excellent quality. I watched via my C-band dish and the HDD200. I stopped watching when SG-1 left Showtime and started running on Sci-Fi, primarily because the picture quality sucked and it was in 4:3. Now sure how Showtime did it but I've got to believe the content they used is out there somewhere and should be easy to author to Blu Ray.
Given the relative high quality of the released anamorphic DVDs, it wouldn't surprise me if they were just upscaling that same source. I want to believe there is an HD effort, but I need proof!

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Part of me says woohoo while the other part says noooooooo.
I own all ten seasons of SG1 and all 5 seasons of Atlantis and well as all the movies.
I don't want to have to buy all ten seasons of SG1 again even if the quality of BD is awesome...oh crap yes I do...damn.

I just finished ripping all ten seasons onto a WDHD using MakeMKV...also have Atlantis and the movies on it too...and it is awesome to access the drive and so easily watch any episode I want. What a series, what a cast...OKOK I do want it on BD...if it an awesome video/audio transfer...otherwise SD is ok.
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I don't want to have to buy all ten seasons of SG1 again even if the quality of BD is awesome...oh crap yes I do...damn.
I hear ya. If they provide a new scan for a re-release, I will pay whatever they ask.
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I hear ya. If they provide a new scan for a re-release, I will pay whatever they ask.
Jeez 10 seasons to buy again on BD...I love how improved the quality of the BD issue is on the Firefly series but I got the whole series...one whole year hehe...for $20.00. I can't imagine how much they'd charge for all ten seasons of SG1...but as you...gotta have it

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Jeez 10 seasons to buy again on BD...I love how improved the quality of the BD issue is on the Firefly series but I got the whole series...one whole year hehe...for $20.00. I can't imagine how much they'd charge for all ten seasons of SG1...but as you...gotta have it
Star Trek (TOS) was like $60/season at first, but the three season bundle fell to under $100 pretty fast, I think I got the whole set for $60 over Black Friday or something. I bought the Doctor Who gift box set (7 seasons, all the specials, webisodes, screwdriver remote, special features, etc.) for about $250 I think and half those episodes were upscales. The Farscape upscale collection was only a mild improvement over the DVDs and it was $60 on sale. Right now, the TNG seasons 1-7 bundle is $75 and all of those were meticulously reconstructed!

If similar level of effort that went into TNG was put into SG1, I would pay the $60/season price as they release them. It would probably take about a year before the entire set were under $100 on sale. That's just how it goes.

In reality, the sad truth is that MGM is currently attempting to lure in fans to its own streaming platform Stargate Command to sell its latest Stargate show: Origins. You can stream all the shows and direct-to-video movies. I think the last thing they will do at this point is to release the shows on disc.
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The entire Stargate franchise is back up on Amazon Prime now. Doesn't speak well for a BD release.


Edit: I checked the last 3 seasons (8-10) on Prime and they are 1080p. 1st 7 seasons are 16:9 SD the same as the DVDs.



Also available on Hulu, but I don't know in what format.

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The entire Stargate franchise is back up on Amazon Prime now. Doesn't speak well for a BD release.
Edit: I checked the last 3 seasons (8-10) on Prime and they are 1080p. 1st 7 seasons are 16:9 SD the same as the DVDs.
I'd say that it doesn't speak well for Stargate in general. MGM's Stargate Command clearly can't get enough subscribers to justify the service, the movie reboots are MIA, the Stargate Origins series was a total tone-deaf failure, the Christopher Judge Jaffa spin-off isn't being worked on, and MGM consistently refuses to sell the rights to Joe Flanigan and the creators of SG-1/SGA that want to do stuff with it. It's a damn shame, MGM is like that uncle that hangs onto stuff in a pile in the garage to "use it later" and pretends not to be a hoarder.

I just compared the Prime streams to the DVDs on my server - the season 1-7 DVDs are still noticeably superior in detail. *sigh*
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I don't think we will ever see this series on BD. I think you might get this at 1080p for streaming eventually. I'm a disc guy, and what I've noticed, is more TV shows are not making it to Blu Ray, only being available for streaming. Some are only released on DVD, and for HiFef, streaming only.
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I don't think we will ever see this series on BD. I think you might get this at 1080p for streaming eventually. I'm a disc guy, and what I've noticed, is more TV shows are not making it to Blu Ray, only being available for streaming. Some are only released on DVD, and for HiFef, streaming only.
Agreed. It is cheaper for the studios to lease titles to streaming services than it is to invest in disc replicating. Like others, I bought all 10 seasons of the original series, but would jump at the chance to buy them again in a higher resolution (same with Babylon 5, but don't get me started on that one).

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I just compared the Prime streams to the DVDs on my server - the season 1-7 DVDs are still noticeably superior in detail. *sigh*
Except for season 8-10 which are in 1080p on Prime. They look a lot better than the DVD to my eyes.
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I have my movies and TV shows on my NAS, and some movies and shows I've used handbrake to shrink or compress by 20-30%, and even doing this, the picture quality is superior to what I see by the streamed version. I look at 1080p streams as ok, 4K is much better, especially with HDR, but not nere the quality of a UHD version.
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Except for season 8-10 which are in 1080p on Prime. They look a lot better than the DVD to my eyes.
That's why I specifically called out seasons 1-7. I've gotta say that "a lot better" is debatable, but it varies by scene. I made this comparison about 5 years ago, when Amazon was still using 4:3 streams for seasons 1-7, but the quality of the 16:9 streams have not improved by any appreciable amount. It's a real shame, they could easily feed a higher bit rate and at least get parity with the DVDs:

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To be honest, I don't think that I want NEW Stargate anymore. I used to want that, but now - after Universe and Origins both flopping hard - I hope they put all that money into restoring the old stuff. They seem unable (or unwilling?) to recapture the allure.
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They seem unable (or unwilling?) to recapture the allure.
This so much. Universe was starting to figure itself out and they nuked it. They've nuked the reboots. They've forgotten that Stargate is an 80's styled campy, adventure, sci-fi comedy. It's not supposed to take itself seriously at all and that's what they're trying to do. I don't want that.Another doom and gloom darkened gritty reboot. I'll take 4K remaster though sure.
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That's why I specifically called out seasons 1-7. I've gotta say that "a lot better" is debatable, but it varies by scene. I made this comparison about 5 years ago, when Amazon was still using 4:3 streams for seasons 1-7, but the quality of the 16:9 streams have not improved by any appreciable amount. It's a real shame, they could easily feed a higher bit rate and at least get parity with the DVDs:

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To be honest, I don't think that I want NEW Stargate anymore. I used to want that, but now - after Universe and Origins both flopping hard - I hope they put all that money into restoring the old stuff. They seem unable (or unwilling?) to recapture the allure.
Origins had to be really offered to flop. No access on streaming boxes. People won't pay to watch things on their computers only.

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This so much. Universe was starting to figure itself out and they nuked it. They've nuked the reboots. They've forgotten that Stargate is an 80's styled campy, adventure, sci-fi comedy. It's not supposed to take itself seriously at all and that's what they're trying to do. I don't want that.Another doom and gloom darkened gritty reboot. I'll take 4K remaster though sure.
There were a lot of SG-1 episodes that were plenty dark. The series was darker then the movie. "Hail Anubis"

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People won't pay to watch things on their computers only.
As a HTPC user, I actually prefer it, but I still couldn't be bothered. I just don't want to pay for a different streaming service. If they were smart, they would have partnered with Netflix or Amazon to make an updated series, but they thought they could fly solo.
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There were a lot of SG-1 episodes that were plenty dark. The series was darker then the movie. "Hail Anubis"
Sure there were some, but overall it wasn't a grimdark thing. At least not that I remember. I remember zaniness like time travel shenanigans where they shoot golf through the gate. String puppets. Carter in a Harem dress. Teal'c telling a joke. etc etc etc.
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Sure there were some, but overall it wasn't a grimdark thing. At least not that I remember. I remember zaniness like time travel shenanigans where they shoot golf through the gate. String puppets. Carter in a Harem dress. Teal'c telling a joke. etc etc etc.
No doubt - there was nothing "dark" about SG-1. There was peril, but the heroes always win. It was basically Star Trek TNG, except none of the main characters ever died (not permanently, that is - LOL) and they used a Stargate to explore strange new worlds and civilizations... to boldly go. The show took its premise seriously enough and the characters and the world were fleshed out, but it also had its fair share of very funny, wink/nod, tongue-in-cheek, parody episodes as well.

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No access on streaming boxes.
Stargate Origins is on iTunes and Amazon Prime Video so you can watch it on a streaming box now. Currently $8.
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Stargate Origins is on iTunes and Amazon Prime Video so you can watch it on a streaming box now. Currently $8.
Thanks, I'll look into it.

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Thanks, I'll look into it.
You might enjoy it if you keep your expectations very, very low.
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No doubt - there was nothing "dark" about SG-1.
I looked through the episode list for reminders, and personally I found these moments or episodes to be pretty dark:
  • The Asgard failing to solve their genetic degradation and instead choosing collective mass suicide.
  • Vala being burned to death by the Ori.
  • Jack using the Stargate to kill his friend/comrade Kowalski.
  • In Icon the arrival of SG-1 alters society to such a degree that it triggers total war.
  • In Ethon (sequel to Icon) SG-1 attempts to prevent a weapon of mass destruction from being used. They failed and the entire planet was devastated with all civilization wiped out.
  • The Other Side, generations-long war, eugenics/genocide, an entire planet rendered uninhabitable, soldier pilots going slowly insane. Cures for Earth's diseases lost. At the end Jack closes the iris on people trying to escape, and you hear them slam into it.
  • Teal'c killing Sha're (dude, shoot her hand, not her face).
  • The Tollan civilization being wiped out by Anubis.
  • Jack being tortured to death and revived only so he could be tortured to death again, repeatedly.

Overall it wasn't a dark show. I felt it had a good balance of everything.
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Stargate Origins is on iTunes and Amazon Prime Video so you can watch it on a streaming box now. Currently $8.
It's actually selling for 20.00 but it's 4k.

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You might enjoy it if you keep your expectations very, very low.
I see some people on other internet sites are up in arms on this. It's TV people go read a book.

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I'd buy all 10 seasons, again. I'm not holding my breath

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I have had the "notify me" for seasons 1-10 of the Blu-ray releases for several years and I received email updates from Amazon last week about SG-1 Blu-ray releases being in stock. It's likely just an error (Amazon re-using a SKU), but for whatever the reason, the "Blu-ray" version of each DVD season appears as a pet grooming kit.

https://www.amazon.com/Stargate-SG-1...dp/B001VEJTN8/

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