SGU

As STARGATE UNIVERSE comes to the end of its journey this Spring, INNERSPACE hosts Ajay Fry and Teddy Wilson are primed to resume their posts as the experts of all-things SGU.

From SPACE headquarters in downtown Toronto, Canada’s leading genre after-show brings an in-depth analysis of the last 10 episodes of this iconic franchise immediately following each SGU broadcast on Tuesdays at 11 p.m. ET starting March 8. SGU airs Tuesdays at 10 p.m. ET, also beginning March 8.

In addition to exclusive interviews and discussion on SPACE’s hottest programs, INNERSPACE is Canada’s industry expert for the latest and greatest in genre news.

Next week INNERSPACE delves deep into SPACE series FACT OR FAKED and RIESE with new and exclusive behind-the-scenes interviews and catches up with CASTLE’s Nathan Fillion.

INNERSPACE airs Monday-Thursday at 11 p.m. ET, exclusively on SPACE. For additional INNERSPACE content, including blogs, full episodes and web exclusive interviews viewers can check in 24/7 at www.spacecast.com.

INNERSPACE is a SPACE original production. Michelle Dudas is Supervising Producer.

The wait is almost over for the greatly anticipated conclusion of SPACE’s most-watched series, STARGATE UNIVERSE (SGU).

The final 10 episodes of critically acclaimed SGU begin airing Tuesday, March 8 at 10 p.m. ET/PT. Episodes are also available on demand at SPACECAST.com immediately following the television premiere.

Premiering in Oct. 2009 on SPACE to a record-breaking audience of 624,000 viewers, SGU went on to become a ratings juggernaut as the most-watched series on the channel. The critically acclaimed SGU has been nominated for over 20 awards, including a 2010 Emmy® for “Outstanding Visual Effects and a 2010 Gemini Award.

The final 10 episodes pick up from December’s jarring cliffhanger, where The Destiny encountered two warring races and an ally thought dead returned. In the Season 2.5 premiere, “Deliverance”, The Destiny is now Locked in a battle with a Drone Command Ship and surprised by the arrival of the Aliens that abducted Rush and Chloe.

STARGATE UNIVERSE is written and executive produced by Brad Wright and Robert Cooper (STARGATE SG-1 and STARGATE ATLANTIS).

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Fans of STARGATE UNIVERSE (SGU) can reach for the stars when the cast and creators of the multi Gemini Award-nominated series touch down in Toronto Friday, Nov. 12.

At the centre of the ‘SGU universe’ is the INNERSPACE: SGU SPECIAL, taped at CTV’s Masonic Temple, and premiering later that night at 11 p.m. ET/PT on SPACE. The INNERSPACE: SGU SPECIAL anchors an action-packed day for the ‘interstellar’ cast, with stops at CANADA AM, CHUM FM, and CP24.

For highlights and updates throughout the day, viewers can also tune into ETALK, CTV News, spacecast.com, and CTV.ca. Fans who can’t make it out in person can participate in a live web chat with the cast in the INNERSPACE LIVE CHAT at spacecast.com.        

The action kicks-off a day before the 2010 Gemini Awards gala in Toronto on November 13, with SGU up for four marquee awards, including “Best Dramatic Series”, two for “Best Lead Actor” and “Best Director”. In total, SGU received a series high nine Gemini Award nominations this year, tied for second for most nominations for a drama behind CTV’s hit series FLASHPOINT.

Since its series premiere in October 2009, SGU is the most-watched series on SPACE. The series is also critically acclaimed, and nominated for 22 awards, including a 2010 Emmy® for “Outstanding Visual Effects”.

 

Here is what SPACE has in store for SGU fans on Friday:

INNERSPACE: SGU SPECIAL – 11 p.m. ET/PT on SPACE. 

SGU’s Robert Carlyle (Dr. Nicholas Rush), Louis Ferreira (Colonel Everett Young), Brian J. Smith (1st Lt. Matthew Scott), Elyse Levesque (Chloe Armstrong), David Blue (Eli Wallace), Alaina Huffman (1st Lt. Tamara Johanson), Jamil Walker Smith (MSgt. Ronald Greer), Ming-Na (Camile Wray), Julia Benson (2nd Lt. Vanessa James), Patrick Gilmore (Dr. Dale Volker), Jennifer Spence (Dr. Lisa Park), and Peter Kelamis (Adam Brody), along with creators Brad Wright and Robert C. Cooper, sit down with INNERSPACE hosts Ajay Fry and Teddy Wilson for an in-depth chat of all things SGU. The special tapes in front of a studio audience at CTV’s Masonic Temple earlier in the day. SGU fans can be part of INNERSPACE’s live studio audience by emailing tickets@spacecast.com or calling 416-384-LIVE (416-384-5483). INNERSPACE: SGU SPECIAL is also available on demand following the television broadcast on spacecast.com.

 

INNERSPACE LIVE CHAT – 2-2:30 p.m. ET at spacecast.com

For those who can’t make it out in person to the INNERSPACE: SGU SPECIAL or CANADA AM, the INNERSPACE LIVE CHAT offers fans a rare opportunity to chat directly and live with SGU stars Brian J. Smith, Elyse Levesque, David Blue, and Ming-Na by logging onto spacecast.com at 1:45 p.m. ET, with the chat starting at 2 p.m. ET.

 

CANADA AM – 8:40 a.m. ET on CTV

The last segment of CANADA AM is taken over by the cast of SGU as co-hosts Beverly Thomson and Seamus O’Regan chat about the Gemini nominations, the success of the franchise, and the ever-growing popularity of genre programming. SGU fans can be part of CANADA AM’s live studio audience by emailing amsoundstage@ctv.ca.

 

CHUM FM – 7:15 a.m. ET

SGU fans are in for a breakfast treat… and it’s not Trix! Robert Carlyle kicks off the day with Roger, Darren and Marilyn for a fast-paced and laughter filled one-on-three chat.

 

CP24 BREAKFAST – 7:20 a.m. ET

Brian J. Smith and Brian J. Smith drop into CP24 BREAKFAST for a chat with CP24’s own Melissa Grelo and Steve Anthony. Stay tuned throughout the day for on-the-scene coverage of the SGU/INNERSPACE fan festivities at the Masonic Temple.

 

ETALK – 7 p.m. ET on CTV

ETALK recaps an action-filled day with cast of SGU.

 

SGU – “The Greater Good” – ALL-NEW EPISODE – 10 p.m. ET/PT on SPACE

Viewers can fire up the television with SGU’s explosive episode “The Greater Good,” airing right before the INNERSPACE: SGU SPECIAL. Stranded on an alien ship, Young (Louis Ferreira) decides to confront Rush (Robert Carlyle) over the issue of who has been controlling Destiny.

On Nov. 12, die-hard fans of SPACE’s multi Gemini Award-nominated series STARGATE UNIVERE (SGU) can see the cast live and in person when INNERSPACE takes over CTV’s Masonic Temple in Toronto for INNERSPACE: SGU SPECIAL.

Taped in front of a studio audience, SGU’s Robert Carlyle, Louis Ferreira, Brian J. Smith, Elyse Levesque, David Blue, Alaina Huffman, Jamil Walker Smith, Ming-Na, Julia Benson, Patrick Gilmore, Jennifer Spence, and Peter Kelamis, along with creators Brad Wright and Robert C. Cooper, sit down with INNERSPACE hosts Ajay Fry and Teddy Wilson for an in-depth chat of all things SGU.

Audience members also get access to an exclusive autograph session with the stars following the taping. SGU fans can be part of INNERSPACE’s live studio audience by emailing tickets@spacecast.com or calling 416-384-LIVE (416-384-5483). Fans should arrive early on Nov. 12 at 888 Yonge St. to pick up their wristbands. Doors open at 9:15 a.m. ET followed by an advanced screening of that nights’ SGU episode at 10 a.m. ET.

Before visiting INNERSPACE, the cast stops by CANADA AM to chat with co-hosts Beverly Thomson and Seamus O’Regan about the Gemini nominations, the success of the franchise and the ever-growing popularity of genre programming. SGU fans can be part of CANADA AM’s live studio audience by emailing amsoundstage@ctv.ca.

The action kicks-off a day before the 2010 Gemini Awards gala in Toronto on November 13, with SGU up for four marquee awards, including “Best Dramatic Series”, two for “Best Lead Actor” and “Best Director”. In total, SGU received a series high nine Gemini Awards this year, tied for second for most nominations for a drama behind CTV’s hit series FLASHPOINT. Since its series premiere in October 2009, SGU is the most-watched series on SPACE. The series is also critically acclaimed, and nominated for 22 awards, including a 2010 Emmy® for “Outstanding Visual Effects”. 

SPACE’s most-watched series, STARGATE UNIVERSE (SGU), invites viewers to follow their “Destiny” when it blasts back onto the small screen Friday, Oct. 1 at 10 p.m. ET/PT.

After a gripping Season 1 finale, control of the Destiny hangs in the balance as the battle continues between the crew and the Lucian Alliance. Shot in Vancouver, the nine-time 2010 Gemini nominated series is also available on demand at www.spacecast.com immediately following its television premiere.

When it premiered last October on SPACE, SGU attracted a record-breaking audience for the channel with 624,000 viewers*, before going on to become a ratings juggernaut as one of the most-watched series on SPACE. The series is also critically acclaimed, and has already been nominated for 22 awards, including a 2010 Emmy® for “Outstanding Visual Effects”. SGU was recently nominated for nine Gemini Awards, including “Best Dramatic Series”, “Best Lead Actor” and “Best Director” among others. SGU is tied for second for most 2010 Gemini nominations for a drama behind CTV’s hit series FLASHPOINT.

SGU follows a band of soldiers, scientists and civilians, who must fend for themselves when their hidden base comes under attack. The desperate survivors emerge aboard the ancient ship Destiny, set on an unknown course and unable to return to Earth. 

Season 1 left off with The Destiny crew fighting for their lives when members of the Lucian Alliance come through the Stargate, bent on taking the ship by force. In the Season 2 premiere, control of the Destiny hangs in the balance as the battle continues between the crew and the Lucian Alliance.

SGU stars Robert Carlyle (Trainspotting, The Full Monty) as Dr. Nicholas Rush, a brilliant scientific mind whose motives are not what they appear to be. The series also stars Lou Diamond Phillips, Ming-Na, David Blue, Jamil Walker Smith and Brian J. Smith and Canadian actors Louis Ferreira, Alaina Huffman, Elyse Levesque, and Jeffrey Bowyer-Chapman.