Joseph Mallozzi No Word On Stargate Universe Revival

Stargate Universe producer Joseph Mallozzi has admitted that there is “still no definite word” about a possible revival.

The sci-fi drama was axed in December, but Mallozzi later wrote on his blog that discussions with co-producer Brad Wright about some form of continuation had been “positive”.

However, in a more recent post, he said: “Following a flurry of promising developments, things have gone unbearably quiet. Not a bad sign just… no sign. There’s an anticipation that good news could break any day now, but the longer the wait, the greater the challenge when the time comes.”

He also admitted that a third run of Stargate Universe on television “isn’t one of the scenarios in play”.

“As I said in a previous entry, if and when we finally do get the green light, Brad has some wonderful surprises in store for fans of SGU,” he insisted. “I’ve got my fingers crossed for all involved, even though it’s looking more and more like I won’t be among them.”

Mallozzi previously ruled out the possibility of producing a fourth series in the Stargate franchise

4 thoughts on “Joseph Mallozzi No Word On Stargate Universe Revival”

  1. Ridiculous, They canned the last true sci-fi programme out there (in production anyway) .. and what? no chance of a third season on tv…. so what.. a film? even more Ridiculous as it will not do it or the franchise ANY credit whatsoever…
    And apparantly another different spin-off has been ruled out completely….. Fantastic, SyFy, Just fantasic.. I know your a business but sheesh! you should be ashamed, do you even watch your own channel? i highly doubt it…
    My comiserations to the destiny crew, and …….
    You'll probably regret it you mind controlling Origin scum; SyFy

  2. Sad really, people moving so fast they can't wait for a good story. You think if they would have just arrived on destiny and had command of every computer on the ship and just turn the ship around and went home that would be a good story? The story just needed a little more time, Even a baby has to learn to walk before it can run. most movies or series that run before they can walk are mostly just remembered as a good movie, but a "Great" or legendary took the time to connect you with characters. This could have been a great.

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