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SyFy renews "Warehouse 13" for 4th season, 13 new episodes coming

08.11.2011by: Jake Dee
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Unfamiliar am I with SyFy's original series "Warehouse 13," but since the shite revolves around otherworldly phenomena, in addition to the fact out man Matt Withers reviewed the first season a year ago yesterday...I thought why not update you on the status of this sumbitch. So here we go...

Per The Hollywood Reporter, SyFy has decided to renew "Warehouse 13" for a 4th season, ordering 13 new episodes of the science-fiction/mystery show.

Created by Jack Kenny, After saving the life of the President in Washington D.C., a pair of U.S Secret Service agents are whisked away to a covert location in South Dakota that houses supernatural objects that the U.S. Government has collected over the centuries. Their new assignment: retrieve some of the missing objects and investigate reports of new ones.

"Warehouse 13" will return next year.

"Warehouse 13" star Joanne Kelly

Extra Tidbit: Do you watch "Warehouse 13"? Is it any good?
Source: THR

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5:30AM on 08/12/2011

Great show

I've been watching this show since it started, and it's a lot of fun. The premise was basically that the warehouse contains objects similar to what you would expect to be in the final scene of Raiders of the Lost Ark. There's some action, supernatural elements, but mostly it's a lot of fun. Not a show that takes itself too seriously.
I've been watching this show since it started, and it's a lot of fun. The premise was basically that the warehouse contains objects similar to what you would expect to be in the final scene of Raiders of the Lost Ark. There's some action, supernatural elements, but mostly it's a lot of fun. Not a show that takes itself too seriously.
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