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Polly Walker To Guest on 'Warehouse 13' in 2013

October 21st, 2012 10:15am EDT
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Polly Walker (Caprica, Rome) will guest star on SyFy’s Warehouse 13 when season 4.5 starts in April 2013.

Walker will play Charlotte Dupres, a “nemesis of the Warehouse Team” and will appear in five of the ten new episodes of the hit show.

With the season finale – spoilers ahead! – ending with Artie, who slowly turned into a villain over the course of the season, possibly becoming a good guy again after being stabbed by Claudia—the show is going to need a new injection of villains. Walker seems like a perfect choice.
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Cast of 'Warehouse 13' Talks Monday's Mid-Season Finale

September 29th, 2012 10:31am EDT
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On Monday, SyFy will air Warehouse 13’s mid-season four finale at 9 pm ET, and according to Jack Kenny, Executive Producer, “in a surprising and thrilling culmination of the evil that Artie created when he used Magellan’s Astrolabe in the season premiere, Eddie, Myka, Claudia and Steve chase Artie across the world to prevent him from unleashing a far worse menace on humanity.”

Kenny recently participated in a conference call with three members of the cast to discuss the season as a whole and the mid-season finale in particular. Joining Kenny on that call were Eddie McClintock (Pete Lattime...
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Pooch Hall To Guest (And Throw Punches) on Warehouse 13

September 13th, 2012 6:50pm EDT
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Pooch Hall, from the CW/BET sitcom The Game, will guest star on Monday, September 17’s episode of Warehouse 13 on SyFy.

Currently playing football player Derwin Davis on The Game, Hall will play Cody Bell, “an Iraq vet and small-town boxer and steel worker who becomes embroiled in artifact mayhem” with series leads Pete and Myka, according to Jack Kenny, Warehouse 13 executive producer.

Hall will even jump into two bouts with Pete “that will leave one man fighting for his life.”

Warehouse 13 is the second show this month to have a number of boxing scenes; White Collar had some pretty piv...
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Lindsay Wagner Returns to Warehouse 13 Next Week

August 20th, 2012 2:31pm EDT
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Lindsay Wagner returns to SyFy’s hit series Warehouse 13 next week, reprising her role as Dr. Vanessa Calder—someone who has a budding romance with Warehouse 13 boss Artie (Saul Rubinek).

According to SyFy, their “latest attempt to take the relationship to the next level” puts both their lives at risk on the upcoming Monday, August 27 episode.

Said Jack Kenny, Warehouse 13 executive producer: “The warm and charming Lindsay Wagner returns once again to Artie’s life and heart, only to have Alice – who has escaped from Lewis Carroll’s mirror – turn their magical night on the town into a terr...
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Laura Innes to Guest-Star on 'Warehouse 13' in September

August 2nd, 2012 2:42pm EDT
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SyFy’s hit series Warehouse 13 just keeps adding to its roster of great, well-known guest stars as they announced this week that Laura Innes (ER, Awake) will be guest starring on the Monday, September 17 episode at 9 pm ET.

She’ll be playing – spoilers ahoy! – the mother of formerly dead Agent Steve Jinks (Aaron Ashmore). Jinks was brought back to life in this past week’s episode by his colleague, Claudia. He was previously killed off in the season three finale.

Steve is forced to seek out his mother, Emma, during an artifact-related case. They’re quite estranged, however, having not spok...
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Eddie McClintock and Saul Rubinek on New Season of Warehouse 13

July 22nd, 2012 6:30pm EDT
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Warehouse 13, SyFy’s highest rated series in hostry, premieres its new season tonight, and after an incredible season finale last year that took the show to a darker place than it has ever been, fans are no doubt excited for tonight’s premiere at 9:00 pm ET.

Eddie McClintock who plays Warehouse Agent Pete, and Saul Rubinek, who plays Artie his boss, recently participated in a conference call with reporters and bloggers on behalf of SyFy.

Here are some key quotes from McClintock and Rubinek about the upcoming season:

Rubinek on last year’s finale which saw the destruction of Warehouse 13:...
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Watch Sneak Peeks Of 'Eureka,' 'Warehouse 13' & 'Haven' Holiday Episodes

December 3rd, 2011 7:17am EST
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In "Eureka," Jack and Jo find themselves lost on their way to the photon generator and appear to run into the nature-loving Taggart, who has transformed into a polar bear living in an ice cave. Hospitable Taggart quickly offers penguin tartar when not before long, Jack gets nauseated at the sight and runs off looking for Andy.

In "Warehouse 13", Pete is seen reaching high on the shelves to put back Rudolph’s nose, when suddenly he falls on the slippery snow on the ground, taking down several other pieces with him. He returns these items back onto the shelf and heads back inside. ...
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Syfy's Hit Duo: 'Warehouse 13' and 'Eureka'

August 9th, 2010 9:28pm EDT
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Warehouse 13: In the fist season, the show about two Secret Service agents hunting down artifacts capable of everything from passing through solid objects to seeing the future, really overdid the "will they/ won’t they" relationship between business-like Myka Bering (Joanne Kelly) and free-spirited Pete Lattimer (Eddie McClintock). And yeah, some of you out there are saying "Hey, they stole that from Castle, and Castle stole it from Bones," ignoring that X-Files did the exact same type of relationship and did it much better over a decade before any of them. But, I digress.

My point is that...
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The Syfying Of Science Fiction Is Both Good & Bad

August 29th, 2009 2:00pm EDT
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Everyone seems really into vampires lately. Sexy vampires that have steamy vampire sex with each other all the time. If not vampires than it's people with psychic abilities (Psych) or people that travel through alternate dimensions. And that's just on television. These days a major blockbuster movie can't make a return without aliens (District 9), killer robots (Transformers) or wizards (Harry Potter). We live in a time where Quentin Tarantino is playing with alternate history (Inglourious Basterds) and weepy chick flicks are about time travel (The Time Traveler's Wife).

Science fiction ...
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