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Stargate Atlantis, Season 3HDTV-PGClosed Captioning

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The Wraith threat is ever-present while the team travels to new worlds and adventures in the Pegasus Galaxy. Season 3 thrusts Dr. Elizabeth Weir (Torri Higginson) and Maj. John Sheppard (Joe Flanigan) right back into action, and the Atlantis team sees the return of several favorite guest stars and meets a sinister new foe.

Customer Reviews


finally, the rest of sci-fi friday has made it to itunes! season three of atlantis is in full swing on the sci-fi channel and so far has not disappointed. both stargate shows mix action and drama with an occasional sprinkle of humor, keeping it both interesting and entertaining. if you haven't seen the show yet and like sci-fi (or stargate sg-1), it's definitely worth giving it a chance.

again thank you SciFi

and once more a nother great program but and again can we get Seasons's 1 & 2 as well as this Season 3 please, hook it up.

This and Stargate........(and The Simpsons too)

These are the best shows on TV, but The Simpsons dosent matter, this is Stargate Atlantis. The newer, darker more dramatic sister show to SG-1, this is a different team, different galaxy, different gate. This show has some new and some old, Mckay and Dr. Weir From SG-1, Sheppard, and Tayla and Ronon from the new galaxy. This is a team sent to the Lost City of Atlantis, which in reality is a BIG HONKIN' SPACESHIP and their fight against a different enemy, The Wraith, yeah those blue scary guys. This Show (albeit a spinoff) is just as good as the original, but has a completely different feel. I highly reccomend "Sateda" which was a great one showing Ronon's past. Rating: 5, and like my SG-1 review I wish I could rate it more.