Warehouse 13 is an American science fiction series which is directed by Jane Espenson, D. Brent Mote and David Simkins. Warehouse 13 was renewed for a second season on August 20, 2009 and it was revealed that the second season would consist of 12 episodes on 2nd March, 2010. Warehouse 13 has started from July 6, 2010.
Jewel Staite has been offered a role in the second season opposite Sean Maher. Season two will be also marked the first crossover event with fellow Syfy series Eureka. Douglas Fargo (Neil Grayston) from Eureka will be appeared in the August 3, 2010 episode of Warehouse 13, while on August 6, 2010 Claudia Donovan (Allison Scagliotti) will appear on Eureka.
A pair of Secret Service agents is followed by Warehouse 13 as they track down and attempt to safely store artifacts with strange and dangerous powers, is lighthearted and zippy, which is only appropriate for a summer offering. But toward the end of the Syfy show’s first season, it showed signs of becoming more than just “Burn Notice’s” nerdier, goofier sibling, and thank goodness for that.
With chasing down reports of supernatural and paranormal activity, the Warehouse’s caretaker Artie (Saul Rubinek) charges Pete (Eddie McClintock) and Myka (Joanne Kelly) in search of new objects to cache at the Warehouse, as well as helping him to control the Warehouse itself. Eddie McClintock and Joanne Kelly, the show’s stars, have always had sparky chemistry as agents Pete Lattimer and Myka Bering. “Warehouse 13” has had a reliably wily scene-stealer in Saul Rubinek, who plays Artie, the cranky genius in charge of the warehouse in which the unruly objects are (more or less) stored since its debut.
The implication that the warehouse contains dangerous objects that could be deadly in the hands of unscrupulous enemies lends more dramatic weight to the proceedings on occasion, and as “Warehouse 13” has explored these darker directions, it’s gotten more interesting, yet it hasn’t lost its light touch. The actors have really hit their stride as a comic duo in Season 2, and honestly, it’s almost worth the price of admission just to watch McClintock sink his teeth into a role tailor-made for his boyish energy and jocular charm.
Warehouse 13 Season 2 Episode 1 “Time Will Tell”
Released date: 6 July, 2010
Synopsis: In the season two premiere, we pick up right where we left off. MacPherson has blown Artie to smithereens, and disappeared. Is Leena really a traitor? Where has Claudia gone? How will Pete, Myka and the Warehouse fare without Artie? What other havoc did MacPherson wreak when he was alone in the Warehouse? And is there yet a new villain on the horizon?
Warehouse 13 Season 2 Episode 2 “Mild-Mannered”
Will be released on: 13 July, 2010
Synopsis: A masked vigilante with an artifact is cleaning up the mean streets of Detroit. But when the very object that granted this mild-mannered samaritan his amazing super-powers threatens to destroy him and his city, it’s the dynamic duo of Lattimer and Bering who must now come to the rescue.
Warehouse 13 Season 2 Episode 3 “Beyond Our Control”
Will be released on: 20 July, 2010
Synopsis: When an artifact meant for the Warehouse turns up in the small town next door, the team finds themselves in the middle of a B-movie meltdown complete with cowboys, gladiators, sci-fi robots and beach storming marines. Their only chance of survival rests with the man who invented television, Philo T. Farnsworth.
Warehouse 13 Season 2 Episode 3 “Age Before Beauty”
Will be released on: 27 July, 2010
Synopsis: When young super models rapidly age 50 years overnight, Pete and Myka go undercover in the glam world of high fashion to discover who – and what – is behind the transformations.
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