As the Syfy series heads into its final episodes, actors Eddie McClintock, Saul Rubinek, Allison Scagliotti and Jaime Murray gathered at C2E2 to share memories and tease the “perfect” finale.
Warehouse 13, which premiered in July 2009 on Syfy, has been given a six-episode order for a fifth and final season, to air in 2014.
We’re almost midway through the year, and more importantly, we’re also almost finished with one of the more dull months for TV premieres of the year. July holds a lot more promise, with plenty of old favorites making a triumphant return. Here are just five you should tune into.
It’s the most wonderful time of the year… unless you’re looking for season premieres of television shows, because if there’s one thing that the holiday season means, it’s Special Episodes based around yuletide and peace and love. So if this month’s selection of all-new shows for your viewing pleasure has a theme, don’t blame us…
Syfy’s Warehouse 13 returns for a third season tomorrow, continuing to mix historical super-science and magic with comedy and the promise of thrills, spills and maybe the occasional chill, for taste. But if you’ve never tuned in before now, here are the answers to all the questions you might be asking in order to get up to speed.
It’s June, that time of year that is generally considered a television wasteland: Broadcast networks lapse into re-runs and shows that they didn’t think were going to be popular enough to get a big enough audience at any other time of the year, and we’re all supposed to be thinking about what’s going to debut come the new fall season. So why am I excited about the next few months of viewing?
A moment of silence, please, for Syfy’s SGU: Stargate Universe, which finishes its run with Monday’s episode, “Gauntlet.” Not only am I personally sad about the show’s cancellation, I also think that it’s bad news for Syfy overall. After all: Where are the network’s science fiction shows now?
The Smallville regular will play an ATF agent with the ability to detect when someone is lying, brought to the Warehouse to partner with Peter Lattimer.