Warehouse 13
Warehouse 13 (TV series)
Title: Warehouse 13
Format: Live-Action
Running time: 60 min.
country: USA
Network: SyFy
Seasons: 5
Episodes: 64
Production company: Universal Media Studios
Executive producers: Jack Kenny; David Simkins; Dana Baratta; Andrew Kreisberg; Nell Scovell; Jace Alexander
Producers: Drew Z. Greenberg; Matthew Federman; Stephen Scaia; Mark Winemaker; Stephen Surjik
Principal cast: Eddie McClintock; Joanne Kelly; Saul Rubinek; Genelle Williams; Allison Scagliotti
Air dates
First aired: July 7th, 2009
Last aired: May 19th, 2014

Warehouse 13 is an American science fiction television series that began airing on the Sci-Fi Channel in July of 2009. The show ran for five seasons, spanning a total of sixty-four episodes and concluding its run on May 19th, 2014.

Warehouse 13 was created by Jane Espenson and D. Brent Mote and produced by Universal Media Studios. The series stars Eddie McClintock and Joanne Kelly as two Secret Service agents named Pete Lattimer and Myka Bering. They are recruited to serve as members of a mysterious, top-secret organization charged with finding and securing valuable and dangerous artifacts from around the country and bringing them to Warehouse 13. They answer to a man named Artie Nielsen (played by Saul Rubinek), the affable, yet scatter-brained caretaker of the Warehouse, and the one responsible for sending them out on their missions. Supporting characters include Leena, a young woman who runs a nearby bed & breakfast where Pete and Myka reside; Claudia Donovan - a computer whiz kid responsible for cataloging artifacts in the warehouse, and the enigmatic Mrs. Irene Frederic - an authoritative figure who comes and goes as she pleases. As Pete and Myka learn more about the bizarre artifacts that Artie sends them in search of, they discover that each of them possesses the potential to unleash great power. Most of their missions involve procuring an artifact before it falls into the wrong hands. Though most episodes of the series are self-sustaining, some recurring minor characters and adversaries are introduced. Season one introduced James MacPherson - a former Warehouse agent gone rogue. Season two presents an even more viable threat in the form of a time-traveling woman who just happens to be H.G. Wells.

Episodes Edit

Season One Edit

Episode Title Airdate
1x1 Pilot July 7th, 2009
1x2 Resonance July 14th, 2009
1x3 Magnetism July 21st, 2009
1x4 Claudia July 28th, 2009
1x5 Elements August 4th, 2009
1x6 Burnout August 11th, 2009
1x7 Implosion August 18th, 2009
1x8 Duped August 25th, 2009
1x9 Regrets September 1st, 2009
1x10 Breakdown September 8th, 2009
1x11 Nevermore September 15th, 2009
1x12 MacPherson September 22nd, 2009

Season Two Edit

Episode Title Airdate
2x1 Time Will Tell July 6th, 2010
2x2 Mild Mannered July 13th, 2010
2x3 Beyond Our Control July 20th, 2010
2x4 Age Before Beauty July 27th, 2010
2x5 13.1 August 3rd, 2010
2x6 Around the Bend August 10th, 2010
2x7 For the Team August 24th, 2010
2x8 Merge With Caution August 24th, 2010
2x9 Vendetta August 31st, 2010
2x10 Where and When September 7th, 2010
2x12 Buried September 14th, 2010
2x13 Reset September 24th, 2010
2x14 Secret Santa December 7th, 2010

Season Three Edit

Episode Title Airdate
3x1 The New Guy July 11th, 2011
3x2 Trials July 18th, 2011
3x3 Love Sick July 25th, 2011
3x4 Queen for a Day August 1st, 2011
3x5 3...2...1... August 8th, 2011
3x6 Don't Hate the Player August 15th, 2011
3x7 Past Imperfect August 22nd, 2011
3x8 The 40th Floor August 29th, 2011
3x9 Shadows September 12th, 2011
3x10 Isatiable September 19th, 2011
3x11 Emily Lake October 3rd, 2011
3x12 Stand October 3rd, 2011
3x13 The Greatest Gift December 6th, 2011

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