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For those of you who missed The Companion’s exclusive AMA livestream with Stargate co-creator Brad Wright, you missed Brad drop his biggest update on the progress of a fourth Stargate series so far.

During the nearly 90-minute conversation he offered a few hints about what might be in store for the franchise should MGM give it the go-ahead, revealed which storyline he wasn’t quite done with, and took questions from fans on everything from alien biology to the names of his cats. He was also surprised by special guest questions from Star Trek: The Next Generation, The Outer Limits and Farscape writer/producer, and current executive producer of The Expanse, Naren Shankar, and Stargate producer and Dark Matter creator Joe Mallozzi who popped in live to pay tribute to the man he called his mentor.

This world-first video conversation with the genius showrunner is available exclusively to members of The Companion, who also have access to in-depth character analysis of Rodney McKay and Jack O’Neill, and behind the scenes VFX features from SG-1’s John Gadjecki. For a taster of the quality original writing on The Companion, check out our free article on Sam and Jacob Carter’s ruptured relationship that won applause from Amanda Tapping or take one of our free Stargate quizzes.

To watch the full AMA, download The Companion on App Store or Google Play and sign up for free trial membership and discover in-depth Stargate articles and new sci-fi features daily. For a taste of what’s to come, check out this five-minute clip where Brad shares the secrets of the Stargate writers’ room, reveals how he wrote the Travelers pilot, how they decided on the Destiny’s unique method of recharging in SGU, and gives you advice that he urges you not to take.

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