Each and every season of Stargate SG-1 is going to be made available to stream on the online streaming service providing platform, Netflix in the United States as the streaming giant has acquired the streaming license but looks as though it will be sharing it with multiple other streamers starting December 1, 2020.
Stargate is produced and distributed by MGM, and it is a science-fiction franchise that has been relatively dormant in recent years but SG-1, its flagship show, aired on Sci-Fi and Showtime between the year 1997 and year 2007.
All the ten seasons of the show will be added to the streaming giant in the United States on December 1, 2020. However, it is yet to be confirmed for other regions.
Stargate Universe and Stargate Atlantis are not included as part of this great deal, but this could open up the possibility of them being added to the streaming giant later down the line.
Also, you should know that the series does currently stream in the United States in full had on both Amazon Prime Video and Hulu. Neither of the streaming services is currently showing a removal date of the series.
Stargate: SG1: Netflix takes up the license for season 1 to 10
Dawson’s Creek, Hannibal, and Community, for example, have all been licensed by Netflix this year but they are available in multiple locations. The Netflix United Kingdom once streams the series from the month of August of the year 2014 through the month of February of 2016 but is not currently included to be streaming from December 1.
Stargate locked! The classic sci-fi series Stargate: SG1 is coming to Netflix on December 1st. pic.twitter.com/NLfNKiRG79
— NX (@NXOnNetflix) November 24, 2020
Do not get your dreams and hopes up for a potential reboot. There has been plenty of rumors surrounding the reboot in the past, and earlier this year it was heard that various interviews and feelers had been put out to the ex-crew members and cast about a possible reboot.
Also, you should know that the speculation was even bigger back in the month of January of the year 2020 when it was reported by CNBC that MGM was supposedly looking to sell with Netflix and Apple both listed as prospective buyers.
Well, we have since heard that these negotiations are no longer happening. Either way, the project is worth keeping an eye on for its future. For now, feel free to share your thoughts in the comment section of this article.