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It’s almost time…get prepared with 13 moments that are coming up in the final season (sniff) of Warehouse 13…get in the mood with these 13 moments yet to come in the upcoming season, along with an emotional scene from last season’s finale…and don’t forget to tune in to Monday’s Final Season Premiere on Syfy Monday at 9/8c!
It’s just a few weeks away – the beginning of the end for Warehouse 13. Get ready to say goodbye to Pete, Myka, Artie, Claudia and Steve when the final six episodes begin on April 14th…
Syfy unveiled their Spring lineup today, with the return of Continuum, the farewell of Warehouse 13, and several new shows and specials.
The final (and short) season of Warehouse 13 will start on Monday, April 14th, at 9/8c. Claudia’s (Allison Scagliotti) epic battle with Paracelsus (Anthony Head) will unleash an unexpected horror — and the Warehouse may never be the same. In the new season, the entire Warehouse team confronts old questions – and new revelations. From a painful realization that Pete (Eddie McClintock) and Myka (Joanne Kelly) must face, and Artie (Saul Rubinek) accompanying Claudia on a soul-searching journey about her sister, to Steve (Aaron Ashmore) colliding with his past, the final six episodes of Warehouse 13 takes viewers on an emotionally-charged roller coaster ride.
Continuum will return for it’s third season on Friday, April 4th, in the 10/9c time slot. At the end of Season 2, Alec Sadler made the Earth-shattering decision to hijack Kiera’s (Rachel Nichols) chance to get home, in order to save Emily, the girl he loves, from certain death. This act of desperation not only jettisoned Alec into the near past, but it condemned Kiera to incarceration by the Freelancers, who are ‘collecting’ time travelers in order to protect history. Now, Kiera must face the consequences of Alec’s betrayal and somehow escape the Freelancers. Even if she can, has Alec’s decision to time travel already changed the future in ways Kiera couldn’t even imagine? What will Kiera sacrifice to ultimately survive – and how will Liber8 factor into this challenge?
I know it is late in the shopping season – I’ve been uber-busy this year, but you might still have time…here are a few of the things we like out there…most of which we’ve purchased!
With three science-fiction-loving girls in my house, there was never much in the way of appropriate clothing you could get for them for gifts…until about four years ago. Today, their wardrobes and my wallet seem to be aimed at Her Universe, founded by an actual Jedi – the voice of Ahsoka Tano, Ashley Eckstein. Covering not just Star Wars, but Doctor Who, The Walking Dead, Star Trek, and Syfy programs, clothing and other merchandise specially made for women with awesome designs abound. And you can also get items at ThinkGeek and Hot Topic (in the stores as well!) Still no merchandise for men…yet.
For the men at least, if you are a fan of Warehouse 13, did you know that star Eddie McClintock, who plays Agent Pete Lattimer, is an artist? For the last few seasons he’s designed and sold T-shirts for the show, and the final season T-shirt is not only available for sale, but you can GET IT SIGNED BY HIM for free! It may be too late for Christmas, but who doesn’t like an extra gift after the holidays? And while you are at it, check out his original artwork for sale.
Speaking of ThinkGeek – I’m not a coffee drinker, but I do like a hot cup of tea, and I can be a bit of a tea snob. More recently I’ve delved into the realm of loose leaf teas, but they can be difficult to use – I’ve got two of those round mesh tea infusers (including a Mickey head one I picked up at WDW), but if you’re dealing with fine cut tea, they never really seem to close properly and you get pieces of tea in your drink. But then I found this TARDIS tea infuser, which looks perfect. I haven’t tried it yet because it’s a Christmas gift to myself, but the design looks to be just what I want – fill from the top, fine holes on the bottom…problem solved.
It’s such a bittersweet day.
Filming of the final six episodes of Warehouse 13 concluded in the early hours this morning in Toronto, in what I’m sure was a tired and emotional end.
Thanks to Eddie McClintock’s tweets, here are some pics from the final days. I don’t know what the episode is about yet, but it sure is going to be interesting…
Here are five sizzle reels direct from Comic-Con for the Syfy series Haven, Warehouse 13, Defiance, Being Human and Helix!
Monday is the season finale of Warehouse 13, and with only 6 more episodes to conclude the series! The team races to stop Paracelsus, Steve discovers Artie has been keeping a huge secret from Claudia, and Myka struggles with news of a medical condition. Don’t forget to watch at 10/9c Monday on Syfy!
In tonight’s Warehouse 13, The team tries to track down Paracelsus, who turned Claudia into a bronze statue. Guest stars Anthony Head, Polly Walker, Josh Blaylock and James Marsters all return as well…check out the preview below plus the bonus interviews with the cast about last week’s episode, and then tune in tonight at 10/9c on Syfy!
On tomorrow night’s new Warehouse 13, the team must retrieve a horde of items that went missing during the move from Warehouse 12—but that means teaming up the villainous Charlotte Dupres. Meanwhile, Charlotte’s son manipulates Claudia. Polly Walker and Josh Blaylock return, along with guest star Anthony Head.
[The original subject said tonight, which was an error on my part]
Will Anthony Head make make Warehouse 13 his own?
Anthony Head (Buffy the Vampire Slayer, Merlin) turns the tables on the Warehouse team with his deadly mastery of artifacts – leading to a shattering confrontation – when he guest stars as the Machiavellian alchemist Paracelsus on Syfy’s popular series Warehouse 13.
Head’s three-episode story arc begins Monday, June 24 at 10PM (ET/PT), culminating in the Season 4.5 finale on July 8.
In the episode, “Lost and Found,” Claudia (Allison Scagliotti) and Steve (Aaron Ashmore) get an intruder alert, which leads them to the shocking reveal that Paracelsus (Anthony Head) is alive and in the Warehouse. Meanwhile, Pete (Eddie McClintock), Myka (Joanne Kelly) and Artie (Saul Rubinek) hunt down artifacts stolen by pirates centuries ago. To find the cache, they team up with the mysterious Charlotte Dupres (Polly Walker) whose agenda puts all their lives in danger.