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15.11.2004, 09:28
Flanigan on the future of Atlantis

The Ancient city of Atlantis has plenty of secrets to be revealed in the second half of the season and in years to come, according to Stargate Atlantis star Joe Flanigan. In an interview with Sci Fi Wire, the actor talked about what may come in the show's development, assuming it gets the go-ahead for future season.

"What we'll find out is that Atlantis actually serves a higher purpose," Flanigan said, "but it will take a long time for us to figure out what that is. And we'll slowly see the city come to life and start living up to its potential, and then there will be an ultimate cosmic purpose to the city of Atlantis."

Visit Sci Fi Wire to read the full story. The article also reported that Season Two of Atlantis will begin filming in Vancouver, B.C. in February -- though the network has yet to formally announce that the show has been picked up for another year. SciFi.com subsequently removed the statement from the article.
Quelle: von gatteworld.net (http://www.gateworld.net/news/2004/11/flaniganonthefutureofiatla.shtml)

Flanigan Sees Atlantis' Future

Joe Flanigan, who stars as Maj. John Sheppard on the SCI FI Channel original series Stargate Atlantis, told SCI FI Wire that the once-lost city of Atlantis will begin to reveal its secrets during the second half of the show's freshman season and on into the future. "On the overall level, what I want to see happen, and what will happen, is that the city of Atlantis is really remarkable," Flanigan said during an interview. "It's essentially what Manhattan would be if it were abandoned. If you can imagine the size of Manhattan and have it be just completely empty, it would take forever to explore that place."

Flanigan recently wrapped production on season one of Atlantis. "What we'll find out is that Atlantis actually serves a higher purpose, but it will take a long time for us to figure out what that is," he said. "And we'll slowly see the city come to life and start living up to its potential, and then there will be an ultimate cosmic purpose to the city of Atlantis. And that's a pretty interesting angle to explore. Of course, it's going to take a few seasons." Stargate Atlantis airs Friday nights at 10 p.m. ET/PT; the second half of season one will debut in January 2005.
Quelle: von scifi.com(scifiwire) , ursprung der ersten nachricht (http://www.scifi.com/scifiwire/art-main.html?2004-11/02/12.00.sfc)

zur erläuterung warum die neuen folgen bereits erscheinen:

November 10, 2004

Episodes are airing on Canada's TMN (The Movie Network) about 7 weeks before they air on SciFi in the U.S.

November 09, 2004

New episodes at Stargate Atlantis currently airing on The Movie Network in Canada! Every Tuesday, at 1:00am EST.


October 09, 2004

Stargate Atlantis begins on Tuesday 12th October on Sky One in the UK. The pilot episode will be shown in two parts concluding on 19th October. Sky will probably screen episodes 11-20 before Sci-Fi does starting sometime in December.
Quelle: tvtome (http://www.tvtome.com/tvtome/servlet/ShowMainServlet/showid-11415/)

15.11.2004, 09:32
Noch eine interessante, aber alte Nachricht:

Press Release Source: MGM Worldwide Television Distribution

MGM Television Entertainment's 'Stargate' Franchise Leads Sci Fi Channel to Best-Ever Summer Ratings
Wednesday September 8, 7:10 am ET
'Stargate Atlantis' Emerges as #1 Friday Night Series Among Key Male 18-49 Demo

LOS ANGELES, Sept. 8 /PRNewswire/ -- With the powerhouse Stargate franchise as its driving force, SCI FI Channel has delivered its best summer (June-August) ratings ever. For the summer, SCI FI was the 5th highest rated basic cable network among M25-54 and 6th highest rated for P25-54.

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SCI FI's new series, Stargate Atlantis, was a key component to the Channel's summer success. As it approaches its summer finale (September 17), Stargate Atlantis has been the #1 Friday night entertainment program (non-sports) on both cable and broadcast with M18-49 since its July 16 premiere. Stargate Atlantis has averaged a 2.4 HH rating and 3.1 million viewers (P2+) since its premiere, up +50% in HH ratings and +72% in viewers (P2+) from Stargate SG-1's record-breaking 2003 summer season.

Just as impressively as the hit spinoff, since its July 9th premiere, companion series Stargate SG-1 has averaged a 2.1 HH rating and 2.7 million viewers (P2+), +31% in HH ratings and +50% in viewers (P2+) vs. Stargate SG-1's summer 2003 average.

MGM Worldwide Television Distribution handles global distribution of film and television product as well as co-productions for Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Studios Inc. Through this distribution unit, approximately 4,000 feature films and 10,100 television episodes are available to the global television market. Its series lineup includes its latest, the hit series STARGATE ATLANTIS, the animated children's series STARGATE INFINITY, the Post-apocalyptic drama JEREMIAH, the action-adventure series SHE SPIES and the long-running critically acclaimed series STARGATE SG-1 and THE OUTER LIMITS. MGM Worldwide Television Distribution also produces such original made-for-television movies and miniseries as the contemporary thriller "Carrie" and the groundbreaking drama THE L WORD. The company also distributes NBC Enterprises-produced programming in all territories outside of North America, including the new series "Boomtown," "American Dreams" and "Hidden Hills," as well as the runaway hits "Will & Grace," "Crossing Jordan," "Providence" and "Profiler." For more information on MGM, visit MGM Online at http://www.mgm.com.
Quelle: Yahoo news (http://biz.yahoo.com/prnews/040908/law079_1.html)

16.11.2004, 16:55
Klasse, dass sie sich entschlossen haben, auch weiterhin noch ein paar Geheimnisse von Atlantis zu lüften (die Stadt ist ja wirklich nicht so klein, wie es von innen immer aussieht). In den letzten paar Folgen hat man da ja eher weniger entdeckt, aber danach soll es ja doch noch in der 2.Staffel mit Entdeckungen weitergehen.

Hm, ein paar neue Schiffe wären doch schon mal was. Hey, wieso sollte das einzige, was die Antiker in der Stadt gelassen haben, ein paar kleine Puddle Jumper sein? Und irgendwann wird die Serie auch mal wieder ein paar neue Schiffe brauchen (bei SG-1 sind über die Staffeln ja auch immer mal ein paar Schiffe dazu gekommen). Eine typische Atlantis-Waffe wäre auch nicht schlecht, ähnlich wie die Zats halt. Was sie bisher benutzt haben passt dazu IMO einfach nicht. ;)

Achja, wegen den Folgen vom Movie Network aus Kanada: Bisher heißt es, dass der Sender die Folgen bis "Before I Sleep" (06.12.) ausstrahlen wird. Weiter sind die Folgen wohl auch noch nicht ausstrahlungsfertig. Mal sehen, wie's dann weitergeht.

Und wo wir hier gerade bei Atlantis-News sind:

The Atlantis expedition may have found themselves stranded in the Pegasus Galaxy with no way to get home when the series premiered, but that doesn't mean things will always be that way. The hunt for a power source strong enough to establish a wormhole back to Earth is an on-going story arc in the show's freshman season, but executive producers Brad Wright and Robert C. Cooper told GateWorld that this piece of the Stargate Atlantis story isn't intended to last the entire series.

"If everything goes according to plan, there will be a little bit of crossover right at the end of Season Eight and at the end of Atlantis [Season One]," Cooper said, "and the storylines will converge. And in Season Two of Atlantis there will be much more crossover between the worlds. They will no longer be isolated in Pegasus. There will be trips home to Earth, and characters from SG-1 visiting Atlantis, and so forth and so on. So it's not really the same as Voyager in that they're not always going to be trapped in Pegasus."
Quelle: Gateworld (http://www.gateworld.net/news/2004/11/iatlantisiteamwontalwaysbe.shtml)

Jack Bauer
05.01.2005, 19:12
Und das alles nochmal detaillierter:

Am Anfang von Atlantis bzw. der 8. Staffel von SG-1 hatte man bereits erste Crossovers. So war Dr. Weir (Torri Higginson) in dem Zweiteiler "Neue Machtverhältnisse" von SG-1 zu sehen, O'Neill (Richard Dean Anderson) und Daniel Jackson (Michael Shanks) halfen Atlantis im Pilotfilm zu einem grandiosen Start. Außerdem sag man General Hammond (Don S. Davis) und Sergeant Walter Harriman in der Atlantis Episode "Home."

Doch nun wird es noch weitere Crossovers geben. So wird Schauspieler David Hewlett als Dr. Rodney McKay in "Moebius, Part 1" zu sehen sein. Dies berichtete GateWorld gestern. In einer alternativen Zeitlinie ist McKay der Projektleiter einer Untersuchung. Dieses Team um McKay untersucht ein Raumschiff, welches dazu in der Lage ist durch die der Zeit zu reisen. Und natürlich wird er sich auch wieder mit der alternativen Version von Sam Carter (Amanda Tapping) anlegen. So sagte Tapping vor kurzen in einem Interview zu Hewlett: "Ich muss zugeben, es war lustig dich wieder in der Serie zu haben. Die Episode war lustig und du hast meinen Hintern angefasst." Zu diesem Zeitpunkt war noch unklar, auf welche Episode sich dies beziehen würde, doch jetzt haben wir die Antwort.

Außerdem werden Amanda Tapping als Sam Carter und Gary Jones als Sergeant Harriman kurze Auftritte in der Atlantis Episode "Letters From Pegasus" haben. In dieser Episode senden die Atlantis Expeditionsmitglieder einige persönliche Nachrichten zurück zur Erde.

Und es wird nicht nur bei Personen bleiben, die von einer Serie in die andere gehen. So wird das Antiker Zeitschiff in der Gestalt einer Puddle Jumper in der SG-1 Episode "It's Good To Be King" vom Team gefunden und repariert. Dr. Weir machte mit diesem Raumschiff eine Reise 10.000 Jahre in die Vergangenheit. Dies geschah in der Atlantis Episode "Before I Sleep".

Das SG-1 Team wird nun dieses Schiff nutzen, um in der Vergangenheit der Erde nach einem wertvollen ZPM zu jagen. Dies geschieht in dem Staffel 8 Finale "Moebius" und später wird dieses ZPM nach Atlantis geschickt, wo es dem Atlantis Team im Kampf gegen die Wraith helfen soll.

Quelle (http://www.sg-atlantis.info/stargate/index.php?seite=news&aktion=show&ID=183)

08.04.2005, 00:25
Hier gibs den ersten Teaser für die 2. Staffel von Atlantis:


Noch nich viel zu sehn, aber macht trotzdem Lust sofort weiterzugucken.


09.04.2005, 16:43
Ich muss sagen, den Atlantis-Teaser fand ich noch uninformativer als den von SG-1. Da hätten sie ruhig ein paar aussagekräftigere Bilder nehmen können, statt von den meisten Charakteren kurz eine staunende Großaufnahme. Der interessanteste Teil war wohl McKay mit dem ZPM in der Hand.