Stargate

This post provides links to all “Stargate” coverage and is continually updated.

Joe Mallozzi, Photo provided by Joe Mallozzi

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10 questions with Robert Picardo

Picardo played the role of Richard Woolsey in “Stargate: SG-1” and “Stargate: Atlantis.” His “10 questions” interview will be available July 3.

Robert Picardo, Photo provided by Pat Arthur

10 questions with Peter DeLuise

DeLuise directed more episodes in the “Stargate” franchise than any other director and is a well-established actor in his own right. His “10 questions” interview will be available May 29.

Peter DeLuise, Photo provided by Peter DeLuise

Joe Mallozzi talks ‘Dark Matter’ cliffhanger, ‘Stargate’ revival

The full interview text for a Deseret News article. Includes updates on the effort to revive “Stargate.”

Joe Mallozzi, Photo provided by Joe Mallozzi

10 questions with Corin Nemec

Nemec played the role of Jonas Quinn on “Stargate: SG-1.”

Corin Nemec, Photo provided by Corin Nemec

10 questions with Gary Jones

Jones is a talented improv artist who played the ever-expanding role of Walter Harriman on “Stargate: SG-1.”

Gary Jones, Photo provided by Gary Jones

10 questions with Paul McGillion

McGillion played the role of Carson Beckett on “Stargate: Atlantis.”

Paul McGillion, courtesy of Chad Colvin

10 questions with Tony Amendola

Amendola played the role of Bra’Tac on “Stargate: SG-1.”

Tony Amendola, Photo by Kelsey Edwards

10 questions with Joe Mallozzi

Mallozzi is an experienced writer, producer and showrunner notable for his many contributions to the world of science fiction in television shows such as “Stargate: SG-1,” “Stargate: Atlantis,” “Stargate: Universe,” and “Dark Matter.”

Joe Mallozzi, Photo provided by Joe Mallozzi

10 questions with Mika McKinnon

McKinnon iis a scientist specializing in disasters and generalizing in as many subjects as she can master. She was a science advisor for the “Stargate” franchise.

Mika McKinnon, Photo provided by Mika McKinnon

A fan movement wants to bring ‘Stargate’ back to TV

Syndicated article originated with the Deseret News detailing a Twitter event as part of the StargateNow movement.

Meet two fans behind the StargateNow movement

Tom Gardiner and Kellie Zielinski are two of the fans behind the StargateNow movement to revive “Stargate.”

Christopher Judge and Tom Gardiner, SDCC 2014

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