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Brad Wright AMA Video | Travelers, Screenwriting, New Stargate and more...

Enjoy a sample of the interview and AMA session we held with Brad Wright. The co-creator of Stargate SG1, Atlantis and Universe, and showrunner of Netflix’s Travelers, talks about his writing process, his favorite sci-fi books, and, of course, the eagerly anticipated fourth Stargate series.

Whether you missed the opportunity to take part in the original AMA Livestream, or you want to revisit this incredible world-first, we’ve put together an all-singing, all-dancing Hollywood edit exclusively for our members to enjoy.

Grab yourself a free trial to watch nearly 90 packed minutes of expert insight, great anecdotes, fan questions as well as surprise visits from two very special guests, executive producer of The Expanse and veteran of Star Trek: The Next Generation, Naren Shankar, and Dark Matter creator and Stargate producer Joseph Mallozzi.

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Members of The Companion can also hear extended versions of every podcast episode here.

Stargate | How the GPT-3 A.I. Wrote its First ‘Starcake’ Script

And just like that, we had our fourth Stargate series, sort of. The A.I. quickly began introducing other characters of its own volition – creating an odd crossover between the 1994 Stargate movie and Stargate Atlantis.

Pa’u Zotoh Zhaan, from the Farscape series.

The Subversive Shades of Pa’u Zotoh Zhaan

Zhaan exemplifies all the crucial character dynamics for science fiction. A complex character in a series that was filled with them, an empathetic and sensitive soul in a series where everyone was dealing with one emotional crisis or another. 

Brad Wright’s Rules for Sci-Fi

Stargate TV series co-creator Brad Wright shows us how sci-fi needs rules, why they work, and what it is like to create them in your fictional universe.

From Myth to MCU, Loki Was Always Queer

A reveal that not only leans into the strangeness of the show but the strangeness of Loki as a character – one that resonates particularly deeply with queer audiences of the Marvel Cinematic Universe.

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