What’s this? On the heels of our discussion about seeking out a new timeline comes this article from NBC News on the search for a mirror universe! Coincidence? Maaaaybe. OR – maybe not! Is this a sign? Some echo from that mirror universe? Are element from another AU bleeding into our reality?
I, of course, don’t need to point out that the more historically distant and/or deeper the changes to your timeline, the further the parallel universe and the more difficult to access it. Shifting an alternate reality where Dark Matter wasn’t cancelled would be a lot harder to get to than, say, one where you just had Chicken Kiev for lunch today. Sliding into AU’s with more promising future elements, on the other hand, is a much easier task.
And so, I’m shifting over to an AU where my new series, TimEscape, is going to get the green light, Stargate will be making a return to the small screen, and Dark Matter will receive the go-ahead for a concluding mini-series. Who’s coming with me?!
And what AU’s are YOU looking to slide into?
On a somewhat related note –
I keep in touch with a few of the old #Stargate gang, and one of those I get together with on a semi-regular basis is Alan McCullough who, most recently, finished a stint showrunning Private Eyes. @alanmccullough pic.twitter.com/VHUvlBGbP2
— Joseph Mallozzi (@BaronDestructo) February 2, 2020
Although his name is more suited to detective work, Mike Banas (P.I.!) is truly a fantastic editor who cut some of my very favorite #Stargate episodes including Vegas, Time, Common Descent, and Gauntlet. pic.twitter.com/d5U0Oejedi
— Joseph Mallozzi (@BaronDestructo) February 3, 2020
Best known for his portrayal of the compassionate General George Hammond on #Stargate, Don was also an accomplished artist, a delightful dining companion, and a true southern gentleman. pic.twitter.com/7zgfjD9ufT
— Joseph Mallozzi (@BaronDestructo) February 4, 2020