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Stargate Universe is a Canadian-American military science fiction television series created by Brad Wright and Robert C. Cooper as a spin off from its sister shows, Stargate SG-1 and Stargate Atlantis.

The show will have stand-alone episodes and multi-parters, but will have more season-long plot and character threads running through every episode than the other Stargate series.[1] Brad Wright is hopeful that the show will last three or more seasons.[2]


Series overview and home releases

Season Product Episodes DVD release date Blu-ray release date
United States (R1) United Kingdom (R2) Australia (R4)
1 Stargate SG-U: 1.0 10 February 9, 2010 (2010-02-09)[3] N/A N/A February 9, 2010 (2010-02-09)[4]
Stargate Universe: Season 1 20 N/A July 5, 2010 (2010-07-05)[5] N/A N/A

Season 1 (2009–2010)

The first season is planned to consist of 20 episodes.[6] Brad Wright and Robert C. Cooper wrote the three-parter series opener named "Air", which was originally planned to be a two-parter.[7] The first two parts of "Air" premiered on Syfy on October 2, 2009, with regularly weekly airing beginning on October 9, 2009.[8] "Fire" was originally going to be the title for episode four, but the story and script was too big to be able to fit into one episode, so the producers changed it to become a two-parter called "Darkness" and "Light", therefore pushing all future episodes forward one slot. "Justice" was the mid-season finale. The back half of the first season is set to air starting Friday April 2, 2010 on Space and Syfy.[9]

British channel Sky1 acquired the exclusive UK rights to Stargate Universe and began airing the series from October 6, 2009.[10] The series currently airs on Space in Canada.[11] In Australia Stargate Universe commenced airing on free-to-air-TV on Network TEN from 20:30 on Monday 14 December 2009, broadcasting the first two episodes: "Air (Part 1)" and "Air (Part 2)" as a movie-length premiere.[12] However, Network TEN dropped the series after just three weeks.[13] All available episodes were however fast-tracked from the US and broadcast on the Sci Fi channel (Australia) on Foxtel screening only 'days' after the US.[14]

# # Title Directed by Written by US viewers
Original air date
1 101 "Air (Part 1)" Andy Mikita Robert C. Cooper & Brad Wright 2.346[15] October 2, 2009 (2009-10-02) (Syfy)
During an official visit to top secret base Icarus, an attack is made, forcing the team to evacuate. Before they could evacuate to Earth, Dr. Nicholas Rush dials a nine chevron address, sending them to Destiny , an Ancient starship located billions of lightyears from Earth. 
2 102 "Air (Part 2)" Andy Mikita Robert C. Cooper & Brad Wright 2.346[15] October 2, 2009 (2009-10-02) (Syfy)
After arriving on the Destiny, the team discovers that the ship's life support system is failing, and they must find a way to fix it. 
3 103 "Air (Part 3)" Andy Mikita Robert C. Cooper & Brad Wright 2.447[15] October 9, 2009 (2009-10-09) (Syfy)
The Destiny dials the Stargate to a desert planet which has a mineral needed to repair the life support system. Meanwhile, Chloe Armstrong has a last chance to see her mother. 
4 104 "Darkness (Part 1)" Peter DeLuise Brad Wright 2.099[16] October 16, 2009 (2009-10-16) (Syfy)
Power fails on the Destiny, but the ship has maneuvered toward three probably-habitable planets to save the crew. Meanwhile, Eli Wallace records individual messages from the crew in case they don't survive. 
5 105 "Light (Part 2)" Peter DeLuise Brad Wright 2.015[17] October 23, 2009 (2009-10-23) (Syfy)
Following from the end of "Darkness", the Destiny is on a collision course with a star. A plan is devised to use the last working shuttle to evacuate to one of the three planets. However, there is only room for seventeen people and no time for additional trips, so a lottery is held to determine who will leave. 
6 106 "Water" Will Waring Story: Brad Wright & Robert C. Cooper & Carl Binder
Teleplay: Carl Binder
1.974[18] October 30, 2009 (2009-10-30) (Syfy)
The ship arrives at an ice planet so the crew can replenish their water supply. While Scott and Young look for suitable ice, the rest of the crew learns that the living dust cloud from "Air (Part 3)" has stowed away on the ship and is rapidly absorbing their remaining water. 
7 107 "Earth" Ernest Dickerson Story: Brad Wright & Robert C. Cooper & Carl Binder
Teleplay: Carl Binder
1.626[19] November 6, 2009 (2009-11-06) (Syfy)
Young, Eli, and Chloe use the Ancient communication device to contact Earth. Telford takes over command of the Destiny during the switch, while Williams and O'Neill inform the trio about a potentially dangerous plan that could bring them all back to Earth. 
8 108 "Time" Robert C. Cooper Robert C. Cooper 1.802[20] November 13, 2009 (2009-11-13) (Syfy)
During a mission to a jungle planet, the crew finds a Kino from the future that predicts their death from a virulent disease. However, even armed with the knowledge of their deaths, finding a way to stop the disease proves problematic. 
9 109 "Life" Alex Chapple Carl Binder 1.891[21] November 20, 2009 (2009-11-20) (Syfy)
The scientific crew find an ancient chair interface similar to the Repository of Knowledge used by O'Neill. Lt. Scott and Camille visit their loved ones using the communication stones
10 110 "Justice" Will Waring Alan McCullough 1.340[22] December 4, 2009 (2009-12-04) (Syfy)
Sgt. Spencer is found dead, and Col. Young is implicated in his possible murder. Meanwhile, a crew member tries to use the chair interface and Rush is abandoned on an alien planet. 
11 111 "Space"[24] Andy Mikita[25] Joseph Mallozzi[26] April 2, 2010 (2010-04-02) (Syfy)[27]
Young accidentally finds himself on board an alien vessel before quickly transporting back onto Destiny. When the expedition tries to get into contact with the aliens, they find themselves under attack.[23] 
12 112 "Divided"[28] Felix Alcala[29] Paul Mullie[26] April 9, 2010 (2010-04-09)[30]
13 113 "Faith"[31] Will Waring[32] Denis McGrath[33] April 16, 2010 (2010-04-16)[30]
14 114 "Human"[35] Robert C. Cooper[36] Jeff Vlaming[37] April 23, 2010 (2010-04-23)[30]
The episode focuses on Rush, who risks his life in an experiment involving the ship's computer, and flashes back to the time when he was recruited into the Stargate Program. His now dead wife, Gloria Rush, will appear in these flashbacks, as will Michael Shanks as Daniel Jackson. This episode was originally entitled "Lucid".[34] 
15 115 "Lost"[39] Ronn Schmidt[40] Martin Gero[36] April 30, 2010 (2010-04-30)[30]
Greer is trapped in some rubble on a planet and left for dead, and the ordeal brings back memories of his abusive father and loving mother.[38] 
16 116 "Sabotage"[39] Peter DeLuise[35] Barbara Marshall[42]
One of the FTL drives of Destiny explodes, and the crew suspects that someone may have sabotaged it.[41] 
17 117 "Pain"[43] Will Waring[44] Carl Binder[36]
18 118 "Subversion"[29] Alex Chapple[46] Paul Mullie[32]
The crew believes that another party besides the Stargate Program was interested in the Icarus project. Furthermore, there may be an enemy spy on board.[45] 
19 119 "Incursion (Part 1)"[48] Andy Mikita[40] Joseph Mallozzi[32]
An enemy from the Milky Way finds a way to board the Destiny and takes several crew members hostage.[47] 
20 120 "Incursion (Part 2)"[48] Andy Mikita[40] Joseph Mallozzi[32]

Season 2 (2010–2011)

The second season of Stargate Universe was announced by Syfy on December 13, 2009. Like the first season, the second season will consist of 20 episodes.[49] The first five episodes have already been reserved by the primary series writers.

# # Title Directed by Written by US viewers
Original air date
21 201 "Intervention (Part 3)"[50][51] Andy Mikita[52] Paul Mullie[53]
22 202 "Aftermath"[52] Robert C. Cooper[53]
23 203 "Awakenings"[52] Joseph Mallozzi[53]
24 204 "Pathogen"[54] Robert Carlyle[55] Carl Binder[53]
25 205 "Cloverdale"[56] Brad Wright
26 206 "Trial and Error"[57] Paul Mullie[58]
27 207 "The Greater Good"[59] Carl Binder[58]
28 208 "Malice"[60] Robert C. Cooper[58]
29 209 Remi Aubuchon[58]
30 210 "Resurgence"[61] Joseph Mallozzi[58]


Thirty webisodes will also be released to tie into the series, which will center on the Kino (described by Mallozzi as an Ancient version of the MALP) following around the crew of the Destiny.[62][63] The webisodes are available for viewing at the Kino character profile.

# Title Release date
Kino 1 "Get Outta Here" October 22, 2009 (2009-10-22)
Eli spies on Col. Young with the Kino. 
Kino 2 "Not The Com Lab" October 23, 2009 (2009-10-23)
Eli gets lost trying to find the com lab. 
Kino 3 "No Idea" October 22, 2009 (2009-10-22)
Eli is exploring the ship and has no idea what room he is in. 
Kino 4 "The Stargate Room" October 22, 2009 (2009-10-22)
Eli shows the Gate Room. 
Kino 5 "Eli's Room" October 22, 2009 (2009-10-22)
Eli shows his room. 
Kino 6 "Don't Encourage Him" October 23, 2009 (2009-10-23)
Eli talks through the Kino to Scott, Johansen, and Greer. Greer warns Eli not to use the Kino to spy on women, in response to the failed attempt to spy on Lt. James in "Darkness". 
Kino 7 "Corridor Conversation" October 23, 2009 (2009-10-23)
Eli spies on Chloe and Lt. Scott. 
Kino 8 "Marked Hatch" October 26, 2009 (2009-10-26)
Eli talks about one of the hatches that is sealing a damaged compartment. 
Kino 9 "Not Supposed To Be In Here" October 26, 2009 (2009-10-26)
Eli shows one of the shuttles. 
Kino 10 "Nobody Cares" October 26, 2009 (2009-10-26)
Eli interviews Chloe. 
Kino 11 "Kino Race" November 2, 2009 (2009-11-02)
Riley and Eli have a race with Kinos. 
Kino 12 "Covered Kino" November 2, 2009 (2009-11-02)
Lt. James covers a Kino that's watching the shower room. 
Kino 13 "Variety" November 2, 2009 (2009-11-02)
Becker, the chef, watches as Inman isolates banana-flavored esters from chemical impurities in water from the ice planet for him to use. At the end, the ship shakes suddenly and everyone leaves to find out what happened. 
Kino 14 "You Okay?" November 9, 2009 (2009-11-09)
Lt. Scott tries to comfort Chloe after the recently-failed attempt to dial home in "Earth". 
Kino 15 "Do I Look Stupid?" November 9, 2009 (2009-11-09)
Lt. Scott and Dr. Volker help Dr. Brody and Sgt. Riley put on the space suits so they can start repairing damaged power conduits. Brody is self-conscious about how the suit looks and can't get his balance. Riley realizes that he has to go to the bathroom, but is reluctant to go in the suit despite it being made for that. Volker takes the opportunity to tease him about it. 
Kino 16 "All Telford's Fault" November 9, 2009 (2009-11-09)
Dr. Park tries to comfort Dr. Brody after Sgt. Riley's accident in "Earth". Brody blames Telford for putting Riley in danger, and decides to help Rush instead. This leads into Rush's scheme to get rid of Telford at the end of the episode. 
Kino 17 "What's That Light?" November 14, 2009 (2009-11-14)
Dr. Brody and Dr. Park have rigged an interface between the radios and Destiny's intercom, but are having trouble distinguishing between the public and private channels, leading to some unfortunate on-air comments. 
Kino 18 "New Kind of Crazy" November 19, 2009 (2009-11-19)
Following from the end of "Time", Eli and Lt. Scott detail how they found the two Kinos which were sent back in time in the two alternate timelines. With that knowledge, T.J. is developing a cure for the disease which they are all infected with. Both Eli and Scott relay their thanks to the alternate Scott who sacrificed his life, and Eli wishes that for once they could have a day where death isn't staring them in the face. 
Kino 19 "Only Run When Chased" November 19, 2009 (2009-11-19)
Eli, Dr. Park, Dr. Volker, and Dr. Brody are watching South Park when Lt. Scott comes in to assign them their daily exercise regimen: a two-mile run in under 21 minutes. Eli claims this to be impossible, and bets Scott a protein bar that he can't do it. When Scott runs off to prove them wrong, they all go back to watching South Park
Kino 20 "Want Me To Bust Him Up?" November 25, 2009 (2009-11-25)
Greer finds Dr. Park crying and attempts to comfort her. 
Kino 21 "The Apple Core" December 9, 2009 (2009-12-09)
Eli shows the control interface room, which he has nicknamed the "Apple Core". Brody objects to the name, but his fellow scientists simply go along with Eli's nickname to annoy him. 
Kino 22 "Not Just For Posterity" December 9, 2009 (2009-12-09)
Dr. Park records a video diary for her family and friends, but records more than she intended when she forgets how to use the pause button. 

See also


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