October 3 is going to be a banner day for TV on DVD watchers everywhere because Stargate SG-1 Season 9 is coming to DVD! To celebrate we are giving away some copies to a few lucky people!

CLICK HERE to enter our contest!


RELATED: Win Stephen King's The Stand on Blu-ray Signed by Director Mick Garris!

Prepare for an unforgettable journey through space when the ninth season of the #1 syndicated first-run drama, Stargate SG-1 lands on DVD October 3 from MGM Home Entertainment. Available for the suggested retail price of $49.98, the Stargate SG-1 Season 9 DVD set features all 20 episodes on five discs. As with Seasons 1-8, the show's talent has fully supported the production of the Season Nine DVD release with each disc featuring audio commentaries for each episode by the directors, cast or crew, special "SG-1 Director Series" featurettes, "SG-1 Beyond the Gates" featurettes spotlighting cast members and behind-the-scenes sneak peeks and a wealth of production design and photo galleries.

As the only television show in production that has received the United States Air Force Seal of Approval, Stargate SG-1 is the longest consecutive running science fiction drama in television history, celebrating its 10th Anniversary this year. The series stars an outstanding cast featuring Richard Dean Anderson, the 1999 Saturn Award® winner for Best Actor in a TV Sci-Fi series, along with Amanda Tapping, Christopher Judge, Don S. Davis and Michael Shanks. In Season Nine two-time Golden Globe® and three-time Emmy Award® winning actor Beau Bridges as Major General Hank Landry and Ben Browder ("Farscape") as Lt. Colonel Cameron Mitchell joined the crew of the immensely popular show. With a weekly viewership of over six million, the series has won several awards, including six Leo® Awards, two Saturn® Awards, two Cable Aces® and several Emmy® nominations.

DVD Features:

Volume One

- Episode 1: "Avalon, Part 1"

Lt Colonel Cameron Mitchell (Ben Browder), the newest member of the SG-1 team, sets out on a mission with Daniel Jackson (Michael Shanks), Teal'c (Christopher Judge) and Vala (Claudia Black) to uncover a stash of ancient riches.

- Episode 2: "Avalon, Part 2"

Still bound to one another by the Jaffa bracelets, Daniel Jackson (Michael Shanks) and Vala (Claudia Black) are transported to a distant galaxy populated by worshippers of a strange and potentially threatening authority.

- Episode 3: "Origin"

Daniel (Michael Shanks) and Vala (Claudia Black) learn that their reactivation of an Ancient communications device has inadvertently exposed Earth to the wrath of a group of unforgiving deities.

- Episode 4: "The Ties That Bind"

Daniel (Michael Shanks) and Vala (Claudia Black) embark on a series of missions in their quest to unlock the Ancient device that seems to have bound them together for eternity.

Special Features:

- Audio commentaries for each episode

- "SG-1 Director's Series: Avalon" featurette

- "SG-1 Beyond the Gate: It Takes a Crew To Raise A Village" featurette

- Photo and production galleries.

Volume Two

- Episode 5: "The Powers That Be"

When Daniel (Michael Shanks) and Vala (Claudia Black) attempt to undo the teachings of the Ori on a distant planet, they and the planet's inhabitants find themselves subject to their foe's vengeful wrath.

- Episode 6: "Beachhead"

Samantha Carter (Amanda Tapping) returns to SG-1 to join the team on a mission to free a distant planet from the Ori's control.

- Episode 7: "Ex Deus Machina"

The team intervenes when an ongoing conflict between Gerak (Louis Gossett, Jr.) and Ba'al (Cliff Simon) puts the United States at risk.

- Episode 8: "Babylon"

The team desperately tries to locate Lt. Col. Mitchell (Ben Browder) after he disappears attempting to make contact with a group of legendary Jaffa warriors.

Special Features

- Audio commentaries for each episode

- "SG-1 Director's Series: The Powers That Be" featurette

- "SG-1 Beyond the Gate: Inside The Stargate Props" featurette

- Photo and production galleries

Volume Three

- Episode 9: "Prototype"

The team discovers a man frozen in stasis in what they believe to be an Ancient science lab, but after bringing him back to Stargate Command, they make a shocking discovery.

- Episode 10: "The Fourth Horseman, Part 1"

As Teal'c (Christopher Judge) struggles to dissuade Gerak (Lou Gossett, Jr) from joining forces with a powerful foe, Carter (Amanda Tapping) works on a technology that may be critical in helping the team defeat their powerful foe.

- Episode 11: "The Fourth Horseman, Part II"

As the strength of Gerak's (Lou Gossett, Jr.) forces rise against them, the team races to find an antidote for the plague that the Ori have mercilessly unleashed.

- Episode 12: Collateral Damage

Complications arise when Mitchell (Ben Browder) becomes the victim of a powerful new technology that allows individuals to share memories.

Special Features:

- Audio commentaries for each episode

- "SG-1 Director's Series: Prototype" featurette

- "SG-1 Beyond the Gate: Inside The Stargate SG-1 Special Effects Department" featurette

- Photo and production design galleries

Volume Four:

- Episode 13: "Ripple Effect"

Stargate Command is baffled by the sudden arrival of several cloned SG-1 teams.

- Episode 14: "Stronghold"

Daniel (Michael Shanks) fears the worst when Teal'c (Christopher Judge) mysteriously disappears.

- Episode 15: "Ethon"

The team sets out to destroy a deadly weapon invented by their increasingly powerful foe, the Ori.

- Episode 16: "Off The Grid"

Landry (Beau Bridges) and the team plan an offensive when they learn that Ba'al is once again regaining power.

Special Features:

- Audio commentaries for each episode

- "SG-1 Director's Series: Ethon" featurette and "SG-1 Beyond the Gate: An Introduction to Ben Browder" featurette

- Photo and production design galleries.

Volume Five:

- Episode 17: "The Scourge"

When a crop of genetically engineered insects turns deadly, the team must destroy them before becoming their next victims.

- Episode 18: "Arthur's Mantle"

While Teal'c (Christopher Judge) sets off to investigate foul play on a Jaffa planet, Mitchell (Ben Browder), Carter (Amanda Tapping) and Daniel (Michael Shanks) fall victim to the affects of a powerful ancient device.

- Episode 19: "Crusade"

Vala (Claudia Black) returns to Stargate Command to deliver startling news: the Ori have been steadily building military forces, and plan to launch a crusade against their dissidents in the near future.

- Episode 20: "Camelot"

As the Ori's impending attack looms closer, Mitchell (Ben Browder) and Daniel (Michael Shanks) race to locate a device that will obliterate their enemy once and for all.

Special Features:

- Audio commentaries for each episode

- "SG-1 Director's Series: Crusade" featurette and "SG-1 Beyond the Gate: Profile On: Brad Wright" featurette

- Photo and production design galleries.

Technical Specs:

- Running Time: Volume 1 - 44 minutes per episode / Volume 2 - 44 minutes per episode / Volume 3 - 44 minutes per episode / Volume 4 - 44 minutes per episode / Volume 5 - 44 minutes per episode

- Screen Format: 16X9 Widescreen (1.78:1)


- Language: English 5.1 Surround, French Surround

- Subtitles: N/A

- CC: Yes