While a science fiction television show may seem like a strange place to learn about cryptography, an episode of Stargate: Universe hides lessons in plain sight. I know, because I was the backstage professor.
Every since the announcement that Syfy was canceling Stargate Universe, the fans have been mighty pissed. And Syfy isn't taking it lying down any longer. In a letter to Stargate fans everywhere the studio explains why SGU had to go.
Yesterday we said goodbye to the darkest Stargate ever made. But now it's time to wipe away the tears, and remember the laughs. Here they are, the funniest moments from Stargate: SG-1, Stargate: Atlantis and Stargate Universe!
Last night, we said goodbye to Stargate Universe. In a strange way, the finale was almost parallel to the manner in which this series was canned — the show ended right as it started to get good.
Last night's Stargate Universe felt like a lovely farewell to the show's audience. What's more, "Epilogue" delivered the character development that we craved.
Remember the episode "Twin Destinies" when SGU duplicated itself by traveling back in time 12 hours? Of course you do - it was 5 episodes ago! Well wonder of wonders, this week we finally found out where the twin crew went.
What seemed like a classic Stargate "monster of the week" episode turned out to be a lot more. What happens when a warrior suddenly discovers a fear of mortality? And what's a space deer? Find out in this week's SGU.
Last night Rodney McKay stepped through the Stargate once again. It was glorious. Now this is how you make a gritty Stargate series that connects with the original franchise. I only wish it had happened sooner.
What a surprising episode of Stargate Universe, fittingly titled "Hope." This week, the dark hallways of the Destiny were decorated with a bit of a silver lining and a lot of old faces.
Stargate Universe maybe canceled, but it's not dead yet, sort of. Visual effects supervisor Mark Savela (one of the coolest parts of SGU) is creating his own pitch for a post-apocalypse series, with 80% of SGU's cast and crew.
Last night during the midseason premiere of Stargate Universe, the entire cast and crew upped their game. Was it the best SGU episode ever? No. But it certainly had the best pacing, chemistry, and look to date.
Starting next week, the final ten installments of Stargate Universe will air. But we've already seen the first three episodes, and it's full of bittersweet space opera goodness. Read our spoiler free breakdown now.
We've rounded up every wonderful and horrible clip, from a year's worth of television watching. Island flushing, bow ties, vampire newscasts and twisty head sex — it's all on our list. See the best, and the worst, of 2010's TV.
Just when it was getting good, Syfy yanks the plug on Stargate Universe. Sad, but true. Even more troubling, does this mean the end of the very long Stargate franchise?
SGU wrapped up the first half of its second season last night, and while the plot wasn't as dramatic as the previous episodes, we're delighted with the growth we've seen this season. Except for the aliens, who remain space dicks.
How can you get through television's Thanksgiving lull? We're here to help. There are half-kaiju, half-teenager rebels, walking dinosaur skeletons, a team of superhero sidekicks, and Jewel Staite romancing Flash Gordon. Plus Chuck, Walking Dead and Sanctuary. It'll be okay.
This week Stargate Universe tried to heal our wounded hearts from last weeks crazy episode — by trampling a key character.
After a disappointing outing last week, SGU has flipped the switch back to "better" for last night's episode "The Greater Good." Let's stumble once more, down the dark hallway that is the Destiny.
Young may command the crew, but Rush continues to command the ship, and yet still no one has made a decision. We like the direction SGU has been going lately, but last night's episode started to make us worry again.
Lots of crazy space crap is about to hit the Destiny fan tonight, on Stargate Universe. We've got a batch of stills and two behind-the-scenes videos: one all about the start of a new relationship and the end of another.