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Stargate Atlantis

  • 2004
  • Season 1
  • 20 episodes
  • Drama

Summary

When a secret base, abandoned by the original builders of the Stargates, is found buried in the ice of Antartica, the newly formed Stargate Atlantis team is born. The team's discovery leads to a daring expeditiion to the distant Pegasus galaxy, where they encounter a primitive human civilization and a sinister new enemy that threatens human life everywhere

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Episode 19: The Siege - Part One

Summary

Part one of three. Wraith warships stage a deadly attempt to capture Atlantis, forcing the Stargate team to find a place to flee - and a way to destroy the city. As the countdown to destruction ticks away, McKay tries to activate the Ancients' orbital weapons platform. Starring Joe Flanigan, Torri Higginson and David Hewlett.

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Maj John SheppardJoe Flanigan
Dr Elizabeth WeirTorri Higginson
Lt Aiden FordRainbow Francks
Dr Rodney McKayDavid Hewlett
Teyla EmmaganRachel Luttrell
Dr Carson BeckettPaul McGillion
Dr ZelenkaDavid Nykl
HallingChristopher Heyerdahl

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DirectorMartin Wood
WriterMartin Gero

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  • Episode 19

    The Siege - Part One

    Summary

    Part one of three. Wraith warships stage a deadly attempt to capture Atlantis, forcing the Stargate team to find a place to flee - and a way to destroy the city. As the countdown to destruction ticks away, McKay tries to activate the Ancients' orbital weapons platform. Starring Joe Flanigan, Torri Higginson and David Hewlett.

    How to watch

    Loading

    Streaming

    Details

    Formats
    Colour

    Credits

    Cast

    rolename
    Maj John SheppardJoe Flanigan
    Dr Elizabeth WeirTorri Higginson
    Lt Aiden FordRainbow Francks
    Dr Rodney McKayDavid Hewlett
    Teyla EmmaganRachel Luttrell
    Dr Carson BeckettPaul McGillion
    Dr ZelenkaDavid Nykl
    HallingChristopher Heyerdahl

    Crew

    rolename
    DirectorMartin Wood
    WriterMartin Gero
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