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Warehouse 13 To Conclude With Season 5

The Syfy drama will end with six final episodes.


May 17, 2013

Syfy has renewed Warehouse 13 for a shortened fifth season to conclude the series. Six episodes have been ordered to finish off the storyline, and are expected to air in 2014.

"Warehouse 13 has been an incredible signature series for us, " said Mark Stern, Syfy's president of original content. "We are grateful to the loyal and passionate fan base and know that Jack Kenny, his gifted creative team, and outstanding ensemble cast will give them an amazing finale season."

The show currently has seven episodes remaining in its fourth season.

(Source: TV by the Numbers)

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Comments (78)

Allison west
Posted 05/26/13 at 16:34:29

They are canceling the good shows for so they can pay for the crappy shows
Amanda
Posted 05/22/13 at 15:12:46

I don't even know this show so ya
Jack
Posted 05/21/13 at 07:06:57

They killed the show by ending it. This show is awesome and should continue on. There is so much more areas they could explore in the series...
Gatsby
Posted 05/20/13 at 19:42:57

Atleast they are giving us a proper ending. I am happy its ending. Shows that drag on for too many seasons get repetitious and boring. Also, to those who keep rambling on about SyFy not caring about scripted television, look at the new series they are producing. I count a fair few scripted series.
Kim
Posted 05/20/13 at 15:20:16

And would the tv networks actually listen if they did read this website. I really want to know. Really! I sadly doubt they would. I hope, but doubt. Is it really about ratings or is it the money? Both? The reality tv craze? A show can have good rating, but still cost a lot to make and they could still cancel it. I do come here often just to see what other people have to say.
Andy
Posted 05/20/13 at 11:38:02

They shouldn't be allowed to have syfy has the name of the network when they play reality shit!!
PinchOfSalt
Posted 05/20/13 at 09:37:53

Given what happened to Eureka, this may be yet another example of Comcast bean counters calculating return on investment and concluding that a scripted drama returns less per dollar than a pseudo-reality show whose theme has something to do with the paranormal and/or collecting and/or darkness. Stay tuned for "Blindfolded Collectors of Paranormal Relics International."
bub
Posted 05/20/13 at 09:04:21

It's really funny how some post as if the television networks are actually reading this. This is just some site folks, run by some guy who may or may not have an actual connection to any television entity. You wouldn't walk into your local Mailboxes, Etc. and expect the Post Master General to hear you when you speak about the services.
JD
Posted 05/20/13 at 01:58:33

It's not a pure drama. The "buffoonery" as you call it is simply for comic relief. It's an overt part of the character. I don't think the US has the patent on silliness, either...
walter
Posted 05/19/13 at 05:45:32

At best this show is mediocre and not one of the "best". Many of the plots are just silly and the main lead actor acts like a buffoon. Why do the writers in US shows always seem to want to add "stupid sillyness" as their idea of humour and "fun". Want sillyness and buffoonery....watch the Three Stooges. A Science Fiction drama show shouldn't have a buffoon investigator. Good riddance!
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On Air: 07/07/09 - Present

Network: Syfy

Genre: Drama / Sci-fi

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Synopsis

A sci-fi dramedy following Secret Service agents working at a secret warehouse containing supernatural objects.

Cast

Eddie McClintock (Peter)
Joanne Kelly (Myka)
Saul Rubinek (Artie)
Genelle Williams (Leena)
Simon Reynolds (Daniel)
Allison Scagliotti (Claudia)