A team of scientists and military personnel is dispatched to the distant Pegasus galaxy to explore the remnants of the Lost City of the Ancients also known as Atlantis, in this first season of the STARGATE SG-1 spin-off series. The Ancients were an advanced human race that initially created the Stargate network, and diplomat Dr. Elizabeth Weir (Torri Higginson) and pilot Major John Sheppherd (Joe Flanigan) head the international squad that is sent to investigate. The team arrives at Atlantis to find the city abandoned and their ship permanently stranded, unless they can find a power source to get themselves home to earth. They make contact with a brave but primitive native civilisation as well as with the evil Wraith, a species that feeds on fear and, it quickly becomes clear, poses a threat to human life everywhere. Sheppards brash, instinctive nature contrasts with the calm thoughtfulness of Dr. Weir, and their team is rounded out by Sheppards second-in-command Lt. Aidan Ford, witty Scottish doctor Carson Beckett, Pegasus native leader Teyla Emmagen, and inimitable scientist Rodney McKay. The 20 episodes of the first season have the Stargate team feeling their way around this dangerous new galaxy and interacting with its varied inhabitants, while being forced to work as a team and learn more about each.
Behind The Stargate Secrets Revealed, Mission Directive The Siege Part 1 And 2, A Look Back On Season 1, Preview To Season 2, Production Design And Photo Gallery, SGI And Atlantis Trailers, Stargate Alliance Videogame Trailer, Stargate Atlantis Set Tour With Martin Wood And Peter Deluise, Preview To Stargate Atlantis Behind The Scenes Documentary, Diary Of Rainbow Sun Francks, Mission Directive The Storm And The Eye, Mission Directive Sanctuary, Wraithal Discrimination Its Not Easy Being Green, Mission Directive Before I Sleep, Mission Directive The Brotherhood
Release Date: 13 March 2006
Certificate: 12 - Suitable for Persons Aged 12 or Over
Running Time: 873 minutes
Production Year: 2004-2005
Main Language: English