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post #391 of 667
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Originally Posted by humdinger70 View Post

When does the new season start?

" NEW YORK - January 25, 2011 - Warehouse 13, Syfy's most successful series ever, will begin production on its third season in Toronto beginning February 9, with key questions left hanging from the gripping season two finale. Has Myka Bering (Joanne Kelly) left the Warehouse team for good? Have we seen the last of villainous H.G. Wells (Jaime Murray)?

Warehouse 13 will return with 13 new episodes beginning this summer....


http://www.thefutoncritic.com/news/2...#ixzz1C4iPpJKY
post #392 of 667
Season #1 started on 7/7/09
Season #2 started on 7/6/10

so I would guess season three will probably be in the same time frame.
post #393 of 667
I recently watched a pretty bad movie on SyFy starring Joanne Kelly, called Solar Attack. Had me missing WH13.
post #394 of 667
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Originally Posted by Waboman View Post

I recently watched a pretty bad movie on SyFy starring Joanne Kelly, called Solar Attack. Had me missing WH13.

She was also in a trilogy mini-series(which Syfy in their great wisdon only showed the first part) that was pretty good. I did manage to run down the other two parts.. it wasn't horrible, it was ok. 'Jack Hunter and the Lost Treasure of Ugarit'
post #395 of 667
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Originally Posted by rebkell View Post

She was also in a trilogy mini-series(which Syfy in their great wisdon only showed the first part) that was pretty good. I did manage to run down the other two parts.. it wasn't horrible, it was ok. 'Jack Hunter and the Lost Treasure of Ugarit'

I've seen The Lost Treasure of Ugarit when SyFy aired it awhile back. I haven't been able to track down the other two. How are they?

I just got caught up on No Ordinary Family tonight and was pleasantly surprised to see Joanne Kelly guest starring.
post #396 of 667
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Originally Posted by Waboman View Post

I've seen The Lost Treasure of Ugarit when SyFy aired it awhile back. I haven't been able to track down the other two. How are they?

I just got caught up on No Ordinary Family tonight and was pleasantly surprised to see Joanne Kelly guest starring.

The other two were pretty much like the first one, just more adventures pursuing the end game, if you liked the first one, I'm sure you would enjoy the other two.
post #397 of 667
Don't forget that Syfy is purposely making bad movies to revive the "Mystery Theater 3000" thing. You're suppose to have friends over and laugh at them.
post #398 of 667
Season starts tomorrow!
post #399 of 667
Monday is becoming quite a night for TV. I am looking forward to this and Eureka.
post #400 of 667
Both Eureka and now WH13? Now I can say I'm actually looking forward to Monday.
post #401 of 667
Been months since I watched anything on Syfy so the return starts making my overpriced extended basic more worth it. Too many of their shows have become more adolescent and not worth watching. At least this and Eureka are somewhat "camp."
post #402 of 667
The only shows I watch on Syfy are Haven, Eureka, and Warehouse 13. I'm so glad they are coming back now.
post #403 of 667
I still wonder if we ever get an explanation of where the Christmas special last year fits into the timeline.

It appears tomorrow's episode picks up from the last regular episode, where the team is still split and a new agent is brought in... but none of that was in place during the Christmas episode.
post #404 of 667
The Christmas ep was a real stand-alone piece. Maybe that's why they chose to isolate it from all the rest as completely as they did. I still enjoyed it - a lot - but, I'm really looking forward to where they go from the episode in which James Callis bids farewell. I'll really miss him. He's such a gifted actor.
post #405 of 667
I view the Christmas episode the same way I watch Cowboy Beebop the movie. It's in a different timeline but yet entertaining.
post #406 of 667
TV Notes
'Warehouse 13': Saul Rubinek dishes on the new season
By Scott A. Rosenberg, amNY.com - July 11th, 2011

Any tried-and-true "Indiana Jones" fan would love a chance to go digging through the warehouse at the end of "Raiders of the Lost Ark."

Thankfully, we have the Syfy Channel series "Warehouse 13" - which has its own unique artifact depository - to help satisfy that desire. The show, beginning its third season Monday night, mixes the procedural and fantasy adventure genres in following a covert organization that gathers and protects the population from mysterious and potential deadly artifacts.

amNY spoke with Saul Rubinek, 63, who plays the eccentric Artie Nielson, the man in charge of the warehouse.

What do you like about Artie?
Probably the unpredictability of the guy. He's a road not traveled by me, because I have a family, I have kids in college - which is one of the things that make me grateful for being on a hit show. Artie doesn't have family; he got taken out of the world and put into this world and has become obsessed to the point of a love/hate relationship with it.

Do you like that he's not the typical boss role?
A boss role can be really predictable. They send people out and, once in every eight episodes or so, you find the guy has a drinking problem, an ex-wife or he's in AA or whatever it is. Not Artie. It's not just a boss role - he really is in the field a lot. He's got a dark past, he's eccentric, and he's not altogether normal. I think that's kind of fun.

What does the third season bring for the show?
It's an interesting place to get. First season, you're in the dark, you don't know what's going on. Then, in the second season, we already knew the series was a hit, which is an amazing place to be. And we wanted to keep the fans happy, and one of the ways to do that is to keep surprising them. Third season, [we] wanted to go deep. The great thing is that the show is built on quite an intricate and well-thought-out historical mythology. We know our fans are as fascinated as the writers are with that history.

How does a cable show get such a polished look?
We have a huge audience for cable, but not in network terms. As a result, we have an unsung hero - our production designer, Franco De Cotiis. [He] is extraordinary and a genius. He has an art department that's second to none. We wander around like kids in our own set, seeing things that we've never seen before.

Any news on the H.G. Wells spinoff series?
I'm not really sure what direction they're going, but it's not going to be just a retread in a top hat and Victorian clothes. They've got a whole concept that does involve Warehouse 12, but it's not the same show as ours except set in Victorian London.

* * * *

'Warehouse' history lesson
Want to know about all 13 of the warehouses? Head over to syfy.com/warehouse13/history, where you can learn about their history - dating all the way back to Warehouse 1 in 336 BC.

WAREHOUSE 13
Season Premiere Monday at 9PM on SyFy


http://www.amny.com/urbanite-1.81203...ason-1.3016587
post #407 of 667
They filmed a new Xmas episode for this year as well as did HAVEN and EUREKA.
post #408 of 667
Yeah, I was actually referring to the Eureka Christmas episode in my earlier post. I need to pay more attention to which thread I'm in. Really looking forward to both shows tonight.
post #409 of 667
I liked tonight's episode. Claudia had some good lines about Artie's age.

Glad it's back on, I can't believe how all the shows I'm currently watching(not just Syfy) are crammed into Sunday and Monday nights.
post #410 of 667
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Originally Posted by Joseph Clark View Post

The Christmas ep was a real stand-alone piece. Maybe that's why they chose to isolate it from all the rest as completely as they did. I still enjoyed it - a lot - but, I'm really looking forward to where they go from the episode in which James Callis bids farewell. I'll really miss him. He's such a gifted actor.

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Originally Posted by Joseph Clark View Post

Yeah, I was actually referring to the Eureka Christmas episode in my earlier post. I need to pay more attention to which thread I'm in. Really looking forward to both shows tonight.

I was wondering about you for a second there!

The Eureka episode technically had the same problem... being a stand-alone episode that they didn't tell us exactly when it occurred. I don't have a problem with either... I would just like to know where they fit.

Eureka can be shoehorned almost anywhere... the Warehouse 13 episode is more problematic since it has to either take place before the breakup, or after she comes back BUT then they'd have to explain the new guy being missing.

I would just like to know where it fits continuity-wise for future reference.
post #411 of 667
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Originally Posted by dad1153 View Post

TV Notes
'Warehouse 13': Saul Rubinek dishes on the new season
By Scott A. Rosenberg, amNY.com - July 11th, 2011


Any news on the H.G. Wells spinoff series?
I'm not really sure what direction they're going, but it's not going to be just a retread in a top hat and Victorian clothes. They've got a whole concept that does involve Warehouse 12, but it's not the same show as ours except set in Victorian London.

http://www.amny.com/urbanite-1.81203...ason-1.3016587

I love the H.G. Wells character, this was the first I'd heard about a spinoff series. I wonder how they would portray her? I'd certainly tune in, I really enjoy the Eureka/WH13 combo on Mondays, but their season lengths leaves me wanting a lot more, I hope they give this a shot, I love period pieces.
post #412 of 667
Ouch....

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The FBI lady (who's such a prick to Pete) is gonna be a bad guy/gal? Not fair!
post #413 of 667
^^^ Why is that a spoiler. In any case, remember HG ... bad ain't necessarily "bad."
post #414 of 667
The FX seemed of higher quality this episode. On eureka as well. I wonder if they got a budget bump or maybe are using a different company?
post #415 of 667
Yeah, the FX were good on both - perhaps a season-opening bump in budget to try to capture a larger audience, or a nod to the fact that these are pretty good shows that deserve some extra cash to improve production value.
post #416 of 667
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Originally Posted by HDTVChallenged View Post

^^^ Why is that a spoiler. In any case, remember HG ... bad ain't necessarily "bad."

Looked pretty bad to me, HG had her moments, that last scene was pretty brutal. Bring it on, ready for the whole season. Anybody know the schedule(WH13 & Eureka), full 13 episode run, split, etc, etc.... Of course in the case of Eureka it doesn't really matter what they claim, it probably won't be as many as they say.
post #417 of 667
One time I put on Lincoln's hat and tried to free Mrs. Frederic. Classic. Monday was a good night for tv. I DVR'd that Alphas show but haven't watched it yet. Is it up there with Eureka and WH13?
post #418 of 667
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Originally Posted by HDTVChallenged View Post

^^^ Why is that a spoiler. In any case, remember HG ... bad ain't necessarily "bad."

Because of what it reveals about a particular character. Just in case for people who DVR'd it and hadn't watched the opening episode. I thought it couldn't hurt.
post #419 of 667
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Originally Posted by rebkell View Post

Looked pretty bad to me, HG had her moments, that last scene was pretty brutal. Bring it on, ready for the whole season. Anybody know the schedule(WH13 & Eureka), full 13 episode run, split, etc, etc.... Of course in the case of Eureka it doesn't really matter what they claim, it probably won't be as many as they say.

epguides.com shows 7 episodes for Warehouse 13,
Code:
• Season 3

26     3-01                11/Jul/11   The New Guy  [Recap]
27     3-02                18/Jul/11   Trials 
28     3-03                25/Jul/11   3 . . . 2 . . . 1 
29     3-04                01/Aug/11   Queen For a Day 
30     3-05                15/Aug/11   Don't Hate the Player 
31     3-06                22/Aug/11   Past Imperfect 
32     3-07                29/Aug/11   The 40th Floor
and 10 for Eureka

Code:
• Season 4

44     4-01                09/Jul/10   Founder's Day  [Recap]
45     4-02                16/Jul/10   A New World  [Recap]
46     4-03                23/Jul/10   All the Rage  [Recap]
47     4-04                30/Jul/10   The Story of O2  [Recap]
48     4-05                06/Aug/10   Crossing Over  [Recap]
49     4-06                13/Aug/10   Momstrosity  [Recap]
50     4-07                20/Aug/10   Stoned  [Recap]
51     4-08                27/Aug/10   The Ex-files  [Recap]
52     4-09                10/Sep/10   I'll Be Seeing You  [Recap]
53     4-10                07/Dec/10   O' Little Town...  [Recap]
54     4-11                11/Jul/11   Liftoff  [Recap]
55     4-12                18/Jul/11   Reprise 
56     4-13                25/Jul/11   Glimpse 
57     4-14                01/Aug/11   Up In The Air 
58     4-15                08/Aug/11   Omega Girls 
59     4-16                15/Aug/11   Of Mites And Men 
60     4-17                22/Aug/11   Clash Of The Titans 
61     4-18                29/Aug/11   This One Time At Space Camp… 
62     4-19                12/Sep/11   Season 4, Episode 19 
63     4-20                19/Sep/11   Season 4, Episode 20
So we're getting the first half(?) of Season 3 for Warehouse 13 and the second half of Season 4 for Eureka. In the case of Eureka, they call it the same season even though the episodes are airing virtually 1 year apart.

I think they should scrap the "season" naming convention used for these cablenet shows and go with the European style term of "series" instead.
post #420 of 667
I am becoming a big fan of the 6 and 7 episode European series concept. Seems to me that American series creators have problems with developing enough story line for 11 to 13 episodes. In the old days they could fall back on formula but that doesn't work so well anymore (hint: your audiences aren't as dumbed down as you think they are).

Since I DVR'd Syfy I watched "Alphas" first then "Warehouse 13". It was a pleasant relief from the stiff "Alphas". "Eureka" is always a dessert show for me and I may watch it tonight.
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