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Stargate SG-1, Season 10HDTV-PGClosed Captioning

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As the team embarks upon its tenth year, Vala (Claudia Black), a former Goa'uld host turned freedom-fighter, joins SG-1 in their battle to defend the galaxy from the holy war of the Ori. Having discovered the existence of a weapon capable of defeating the Ori, the team is now in a race against time to find it before more systems fall to the influence of the Priors and the threat of the newly arrived Origin fleet.

Customer Reviews

Great Series, lamentably not much longer...

This is one of the best sci-fi series ever (on par with Farscape, and just below The Twilight Zone), and thus far an excellent season, and I for one am glad to finally see it available on the ITMS. Unfortunately, the unbelievably inept leadership at Sci-Fi has decided not to renew SG1 for an eleventh season citing declining ratings (<sarcasm>because the Nielson rating system is sooo effective at judging the popularity of a show</sarcasm> see also "The Family Guy") Regardless, maybe sales of this show on iTunes will convince the Sci-Fi Network, that renewing SG1 for another season would be a far better idea than turning out another half baked, badly titled, travesty of a "made for TV" movie about mutant dinosaur-human hybrids.

This is the Greatest Scifi show on air

I think this is the greatest Scifi show on air. I hope it never gets cancelled. Who agrees with me?

Not all great things should end...

I'm glad that SG-1 has finally been put up on iTunes, but the real tragedy is that show which is arguably the most relevent show on television today, showing both mankind's greatest gifts and faults, has been cancelled. In ten years, we've seen humanity triumph in the face of impossible odds and seen heroes die as they often do, a tragic painful death. We've seen whole civilizations cave to terrorism, and brave ones fight with their last breath. SciFi, don't take this show away, it represents the best and worst parts in all of us.