After rousing the crowd at Comic-con International: San Diego with the announcement of a new original series “Stargate Origins,” MGM has now released the All Access pass for the new digital platform “Stargate Command.” Fans can use “Stargate Command” to interact with and celebrate the franchise’s decades-long history.
“Stargate Command,” available online as well as on iOS and Android platforms, offers two forms of membership: a free version and an All Access paid version that costs $20 (a flat fee that will cover their membership through mid-May 2018).
All members will be granted a weekly newsletter, fan forums, polls, quizzes, and more. Paid members will receive exclusive insider content such as the new series “Stargate Origins,” “Stargate SG-1,” “Stargate: Universe,” “Stargate: Atlantis,” the original film, and every subsequent movie released. All Access also includes a seat in a virtual writers’ room and a limited-edition version of the “Stargate Origins” pilot script.
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Celebrating the 20th anniversary of spinoff series “Stargate SG-1,” which followed the 1994 Kurt Russell film, “Stargate Command” will also host the original series “Stargate Origins.”
For those unfamiliar with the “Stargate” franchise, the premise revolves around a secret team of military officials who travel through wormholes to other places across the galaxy. They end up facing various enemies and meeting characters from all different walks of the universe, aiming to discover the origins of it all. The new series, “Stargate Origins,” will follow Catherine Langford, whose father, archeologist Paul Langford, discovered the Stargate in 1928 when Catherine was a young girl. The 10-episode series will premiere on “Command” later this year.
“Stargate Command” was released worldwide for anyone to access on Sept. 20, 2017 through their website, the iTunes Store, and Google Play.