Category Archives: Warehouse 13 TV Series
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If there was ever a network designed from the ground up to take full advantage of Comic Con weekend in San Diego, it would have to be the Syfy Channel. Yes, even know, when the network’s sci-fi shows have to battle for space with reality TV junk and pointless “competition” shows. And so, this year the network held various panels, and during those panels, showed sizzle reels for their Comic Con friendly shows. Season 2 of “Alphas” premieres later next week: “Being Human” heads into its third season next year: And “Warehouse 13″ is gearing up for its fourth season, starting next week:
I can’t believe Syfy’s “Warehouse 13″ has lasted for three seasons, and is entering its 4th season as we speak. Not just that, but it’s doing so as one of the cable net’s biggest hits to boot. Who saw that coming? Its fans hate it when I call the show goofy, but man, “Warehouse 13″ is goofy as hell. Still fun, though, don’t get me wrong, but man, is it goofy. Season 4 kicks off with the Warehouse Team still reeling from the shocking events of the climactic season three finale – the loss of Agent Steve Jinks, Mrs. Frederic, H.G. Wells, and the destruction of the Warehouse itself. Their only hope lies in racing to the other side of the Earth to hunt down an obscure artifact, which may or may not even exist – and if it does exist, what consequences will they face for using it? The Season 4 premiere, titled “A New Hope”, returns to the… Continue Reading »
Going to Comic Con this year? Like sci-fi? (Or, sci-fi-ish, as the Syfy Channel has become known nowadays?) Well here’s Syfy’s full line-up of panels and the like at the upcoming San Diego shindig. Basically, it’s three existing shows (“Alphas”, “Being Human” and “Warehouse 13″) and one new show (“Defiance”). What, no wrasslin’ or paranormal huntin’ reality TV shows? FRIDAY, JULY 13: DEFIANCE PANEL: 6:45 PM- 7:45 PM ROOM 6DE Syfy and Trion unite television and gaming in the biggest entertainment event of 2013: Defiance. Grant Bowler (Nolan), Julie Benz (Amanda Rosewater), Stephanie Leonidas (Irisa), Tony Curran (Datak Tarr), Jaime Murray (Stahma Tarr), Mia Kirshner (Kenya), Kevin Murphy (Executive Producer), Nick Beliaeff (SVP, Development, Trion Worlds), Rob Hill (Senior Producer, Trion Worlds) and Mark Stern (President, Syfy Original Content & Co-Head UCP) discuss how Defiance defies everything you know about conventional storytelling. Moderated by Geoff Boucher (Los Angeles Times). SATURDAY, JULY 14: WAREHOUSE 13 PANEL: 10:00 AM-10:45 AM BALLROOM 20… Continue Reading »
The last time Brent Spiner and Saul Rubinek butted heads, Saul had the drop on ol Spiner for most of an episode of “Star Trek: The Next Generation”. But eventually, Spiner’s Data prevailed. So what’s going to happen the next time the two square off again? We’ll find out in the fourth season of “Warehouse 13″, where Spiner will be guest-starring in a 6-episode arc. In the upcoming season, “Star Trek” alum Spiner will play Brother Adrian, the leader of a top-secret sect known as the Brotherhood of the Knights of the Black Diamond, who are “descended from the Knights Templar and connected to the Vatican. It is charged with the protection of many powerful artifacts, one of which Artie desperately needs to make everything right again,” says “Warehouse 13″ executive producer Jack Kenny. Apparently the Brotherhood are in possession of a powerful artifact that Rubinek’s Saul needs in order to restore the destroyed Warehouse and bring the gang all… Continue Reading »
The Syfy Channel is gearing up for their Summer premieres, which means a new (second) season of their original show “Alphas” and a fourth season of “Warehouse 13″. “Alphas”, the cable net’s “X-Men”-esque show, had a great first season, ending with a major revelation. So what’s next? Says Syfy: Season 2 picks up eight months after last year’s finale with the stage set for an explosive turn of events at the Binghamton facility (the Guantanamo of the Alpha world) that could have devastating, far-reaching consequences. Dr. Lee Rosen (Emmy Award-winner and Academy Award-nominee David Strathairn), having exposed the existence of Alphas to the unsuspecting public, finds himself discredited and imprisoned by a government desperate to cover up his revelation. The rest of the core team has disbanded and some, without Rosen’s guidance and care, have regressed to their old, destructive ways. They must now battle their individual demons in order to reunite and try to save their own. The show… Continue Reading »
The Syfy Channel’s “Warehouse 13″ is such a silly show. I once called it a silly show and someone got mad. I don’t know why. It’s a silly show. The acting is silly, the writing is silly, the direction is silly. Look, it’s just a SILLY show. Mind you, not that there’s anything wrong with that. Sometimes you just want to kick back and watch 60 minutes of something silly. “Warehouse 13″ serves that purpose for me. Good news, then, because Syfy has officially renewed the show for a fourth season. This, after officially canceling “Eureka”. I guess they wanted to shore up their schedule. Hey, it beats all those Godawful reality TV shows they were introducing last year. What’s next, “Closet Hunter”? Oooh, what’s inside your closet, boys and girls! They’ll find out! Anyways, “Warehouse 13″ is currently in its third season. After this week’s H.G. Wells-themed episode, here’s hoping the show’s creators actually get that spin-off show starring… Continue Reading »
Ahem. Anyways, news is that former “Star Trek: Voyager” regulars Jeri Ryan (7 of 9 herself) and Kate Mulgrew (Captain Janeway) will be making guest spots on “Warehouse 13″ in the show’s upcoming Season 3. Ryan will show up in the August 1st episode, while Mulgrew will be featured in a four-episode arc where she will play “a Warehouse protector”. I’m guessing that’s kinda like Artie’s character? The protectors are usually older than the agents. Besides the two “Star Trek: Voyager” ladies, there will also be two former “Caprica” ladies showing up in the warehouse: Sasha Roiz, whose character is said to have “ties” to the season’s new main villain, while Alessandra Torresani will play “a troubled young girl.” “Warehouse 13″ premieres July 11th on the SyFy Channel, and everyone is expected back (despite the cliffhanger in last season’s episode), but will also feature new regular Aaron Ashmore playing a new agent name Steve Jinks, below with Eddie McClintock as… Continue Reading »
A steampunk TV show based on the character H.G. Wells as envisioned by the boys and gals over at “Warehouse 13″? Oh hell yeah. Especially if they somehow get the gorgeous Jaime Murray back in the role, though at this point, that’s looking like a longshot. Why? Here’s what THR says about the upcoming spin-off: While it is still in the early stages and thus subject to change, the idea is to put Wells in a 1890s steampunk environment. Despite Warehouse 12’s efforts to recruit her, she would remain a free agent who uses her knowledge of contemporary science to solve murders and other mysteries. In this incarnation, she would enlist the help of a mechanical engineer and utilize her relationship with the police commissioner to solve what appear to be unsolvable cases. Both the skills and style she employs will become the framework for the well-known stories of H.G. Wells, as written by her brother. Sounds like they might… Continue Reading »
Season 3 of the SyFy Channel’s hit show “Warehouse 13″ doesn’t premiere until July 11th, but until then, check out some new images from the upcoming season. Regular stars Eddie McClintock, Joanne Kelly, Allison Scagliotti and Saul Rubinek return. They’ll be join by former “Smallville’s” Aaron Ashmore, who will be playing a new Warehouse 13 agent named Steve Jinks, who has the ability to tell when someone is lying. As you’ll recall, at the end of Season 2 Joanna Kelly’s Myka had quit the gig. Of course, we know that isn’t going to last for very long. Look for Pete to pull her back in pretty fast. “Warehouse 13″ premieres July 11th at 9/8c.
At its best, the SyFy Channel’s “Warehouse 13″ is dumb, good clean fun. At its worst, it’s got really shoddy special effects, and, well, even then it’s still pretty dumb, good clean fun. Apparently lots of people thought so, too, because SyFy has renewed the show for a third season. Which is not unexpected, given that the show has shown strong ratings in its second season. Buoyed by strong ratings and critical acclaim, Syfy today announced a third season pickup of 13 episodes for its hit dramedy Warehouse 13, which will return in 2011. Universal Cable Productions also announced that Jack Kenny has signed a development deal that will return him for a third season as Executive Producer and Showrunner of Warehouse 13. During its second season, Warehouse 13 averaged 3.43 total viewers, 1.48 million Adults 18-49, 1.78 million Adults 25-54 and a 2.4 household rating, based on DVR Live +7 data (through 10 episodes). Warehouse 13 is Syfy‘s top… Continue Reading »
Check out three clips from the SyFy Channel’s three sci-fi-iest shows, “Haven”, “Warehouse 13″, and “Eureka”. Next week’s “Warehouse 13″ episode, by the by, features the show’s first cross-over with “Eureka”. Eureka – “The Story of Oz” Sneak Peek Clip Airing: Tonight, July 30th @ 9/8c. on Syfy Synopsis: In this all-new episode, Carter visits Zoe and a rocket race gets explosive. Haven – “Consumed” Sneak Peek Clip Airing: Tonight, July 30th @ 10/9c. on Syfy Synopsis: Audrey investigates her past and a mysterious agrarian ailment. Warehouse 13 – “13.1” Sneak Peek Clip Airing: Next Tuesday, August 3rd @ 9/8c. on Syfy Synopsis: Fargo visits the Warehouse for an upgrade that goes haywire.
The SyFy Channel is gearing up for its Season 2 of “Warehouse 13″ next week, so here are some videos making the promo rounds. Eddie McClintock and Joanne Kelly returns as government agents Pete Lattimer and Myka Bering, who are tasked with retrieving objects with unknown powers. They are assisted by the warehouse keeper Artie (Saul Rubinek) and his spunky assistant Claudia (Allison Scagliotti), while the mysterious Mrs. Frederic (CCH Pounder) watches over them. The first episode of Season 2 begins July 6th on Tuesdays on the SyFy Channel.
Whoa, is it premiere time for the SyFy Channel again? Yup. While all the other networks are running first-time Summer shows, many of which have no chance whatsoever of coming back for a second season, the cable networks are rolling out their original programmings for return engagements. Next week on Tuesday, the quirky, the funny, the very amusing “Warehouse 13″ returns for its second season premiere. Much artifact hijinks, no doubt, ensue. Here are promo images for the show’s first two episodes of season 2, next week’s” “Time Will Tell” and two weeks from now, “Mild Mannered”. “Mild Mannered” not only features a tight, black leather-clad Joanne Kelly, but also a guest appearance by “Stargate” and “Firefly” alum Jewel Staite.