Warehouse 13 5 Seasons 2009

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1. Warehouse - Pilot TV-14 CC

After saving the life of the President, two Secret Service agents find themselves abruptly transferred to Warehouse 13 - a massive, top-secret storage facility.

Starring:
Eddie McClintock, Joanne Kelly
Runtime:
1 hour 28 minutes
Original air date:
July 7, 2009

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Season 1
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    1. Warehouse - Pilot After saving the life of the President, two Secret Service agents find themselves abruptly transferred to Warehouse 13 - a massive, top-secret storage facility.

    TV-14 1h 28min July 7, 2009
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    2. Resonance Pete and Myka must stop a team of bank robbers who have an unusual weapon - an LP record of an unreleased pop song written by a music genius - that causes instant bliss in those who hear it, allowing the thieves to take what they want.

    TV-14 45min July 14, 2009
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    3. Magnetism Pete and Myka are sent to investigate a small town where the inhabitants' minds are being altered making them act as they please. Meanwhile, Artie is confused by the energy flows going on in the warehouse and he seeks help from Leena who may know more about what is going on.

    TV-PG 45min July 21, 2009
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    4. Claudia Artie (Saul Rubinek) is kidnapped by a woman named Claudia Donovan (Allison Scagliotti) who believes he is responsible for the death of her brother, Joshua, 12 years earlier.

    TV-PG 44min July 28, 2009
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    5. Elements When a sculpture is stolen thanks to a Native American artifact that allowed the thief to walk through the steel walls of a vault, Pete (Eddie McClintock) and Myka (Joanne Kelly) are sent to New York City to investigate. The hunt for the truth eventually leads them to the discovery of a sacred place and they'll do all they can to protect it.

    TV-PG 44min August 4, 2009
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    6. Burnout Pete (Eddie McClintock) and Myka (Joanne Kelly) must complete the life-threatening mission of a long-dead Warehouse agent who disappeared while on the hunt for an artifact.

    TV-14 44min August 11, 2009
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    7. Implosion Pete (Eddie McClintock) and Myka (Joanne Kelly) rejoin their Secret Service detail in Washington to intercept a samurai sword that's about to be given as a gift to the President. They expect the mission to be a quick swap with a decoy, but instead discover that someone else is out there, also trying to collect objects that belong in the Warehouse.

    TV-14 44min August 18, 2009
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    8. Duped Pete (Eddie McClintock) and Myka (Joanne Kelly) are dispatched to Las Vegas to retrieve an artifact that seems to grant good fortune to a couple of gamblers. But their simple snag it, bag it, tag it mission gets complicated when Myka accidentally gets trapped in Lewis Carroll's mirror - unleashing the malevolent entity that was trapped inside.

    TV-PG 44min August 25, 2009
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    9. Regrets When Artie (Saul Rubinek) receives word of a rash of unexplained suicides at a Florida prison, Pete (Eddie McClintock) and Myka (Joanne Kelly) are sent to investigate. Claudia, relegated to inventory duty, decides to change a light bulb - with the help of an artifact...

    TV-PG 44min September 1, 2009
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    10. Breakdown While the Regents question Artie (Saul Rubinek) during a surprise meeting with Mrs. Frederic (CCH Pounder), Pete (Eddie McClintock), Myka (Joanne Kelly) and Claudia (Allison Scagliotti) find themselves trapped in the Warehouse, with energy levels reaching critical mass. Will they be able to save it before Artie gets back?

    TV-PG 44min September 8, 2009
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    11. Nevermore After a failed attempt to capture MacPherson (Roger Rees), Myka (Joanne Kelly) receives word her father is dying and travels home to see her parents. She soon discovers the situation is more dire - he has a bifurcated artifact; the second part is wreaking havoc in an Oregon High School, and both belonged to Edgar Allen Poe! Can the team neutralize the two-part artifact before the situation becomes too macabre?

    TV-PG 43min September 15, 2009
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    12. MacPherson The team discovers MacPherson is auctioning artifacts he's siphoned from the Warehouse shelves. Pete, Myka and Artie track him down, ready to seal his fate, but is it all a trap?

    TV-14 44min September 22, 2009

Product Details

Genres Science Fiction, Drama, Thriller, Mystery
Director Jace Alexander
Starring Eddie McClintock, Joanne Kelly
Supporting actors Saul Rubinek, Genelle Williams, Simon Reynolds, Gabriel Hogan, CCH Pounder, Sarah Allen, Tom Barnett, Adam Basheer, Michael Boatman, Dillon Casey, Gavin Fox, Jung-Yul Kim, Annick Obonsawin, Monika Schurmann, Raoul Bhaneja, Clemente Carrillo-Garcia, Warren Chow, William Colgate
Season year 2009
Network Syfy
Executive Producer Suzanne Lauer
Purchase rights Stream instantly and download to 2 locations Details
Format Amazon Instant Video (streaming online video and digital download)

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Customer Reviews

Fun show to watch!!
Regina Herring
I like the warehouse and all the artifacts in it and I would recommend the show to all scifi fans.
John G. Svinos
The characters are great and the story lines are very interesting.
Laura N. Fish

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

91 of 98 people found the following review helpful By E. A Solinas HALL OF FAMETOP 500 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on March 4, 2010
Format: DVD
Combine "The X-Files" with Indiana Jones and add a dash of "Sanctuary," and voila -- you have "Warehouse 13."

Yeah, Sci-fi/SyFy's latest series isn't exactly the most original or unique show out there, but it is strangely endearing. After a round of rather generic standalone episodes, this series bounces off once it introduces a main villain and a plot arc -- and while there's little romantic chemistry, the lead characters are a likable bunch with some nicely handled character development.

After a weird incident involving an assassin and an Aztec bloodstone, Secret Service agents Myka Bering (Joanne Kelly) and Pete Lattimer (Eddie McClintock) are summoned to a run-down warehouse in the South Dakota badlands. An eccentric agent called Artie (Saul Rubinek) informs them that this is Warehouse 13, which holds dangerous and bizarre "artifacts" -- and their new assignment is to collect and neutralize new artifacts.

Among the problems they encounter: a young man possessed by a strange Italian power, bank robberies using music, a teleportation experiment gone wrong, a device that channels enough energy to fry people to a crisp, a katana that can slice through light, a mirror that switches Myka with a malevolent creature, and a prison whose occupants are driven to madness by the ghosts of their pasts. But the most dangerous problem is a former agent of the Warehouse, who is now determined to grab the artifacts for his own purposes -- and destroy Artie and the others as well.

Despite being pretty derivative of "The X-Files" at times (skeptical strict female agent paired with quirky wild card), "Warehouse 13" has a pretty brilliant concept -- basically it's about a place that seals away any dangerous historical artifacts.
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68 of 83 people found the following review helpful By William N. Kristman on October 4, 2009
Format: DVD
Series about the caretakers of a secret warehouse that contains special items put away by the government for safe keeping (think of the warehouse in Indiana Jones movies).
There is a caretaker and a male and female agent who go out to retrieve new items.
The characters have excellent chemistry right from the start and a lot of fun and some seriousness ensues.
The items themselves and their properties ,when mixed with the characters,makes the show really special and sometimes hilarious.
A conspiracy arc develops involving another character or 2 later in the season.
Rewatch value is high in this show.
I can hardly wait for season 2.
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33 of 41 people found the following review helpful By Ambishz1 on September 4, 2009
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This show is part X Files, part National Treasure, from action, to intrigue, to twists to the way this team of Secret Service agents interacts and plays off of one another. It is engaging and unique. I look forward to it weekly on the SyFy Channel and can't wait for it to come out on DVD.
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8 of 8 people found the following review helpful By Zeke on November 24, 2009
It's a pretty good show for the sci-fi nerds like myself. I love the humor and the way the characters play off each other. I really like that the special effects don't look cheesy like some of the shows from the Sci Fi channel. I just wish that they would hurry up and get the second season out.
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8 of 8 people found the following review helpful By C. Hill HALL OF FAMETOP 50 REVIEWER on August 4, 2009
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Warehouse 13 has a lot of potential, as shown in this very enjoyable pilot episode. I think of this somewhat along the lines of X-Files meets Indiana Jones, in that you have two Secret Service agents investigating paranormal events, and are based out of the warehouse that bares a lot of resemblance to the one at the end of Indiana Jones and the Raiders of the Lost Ark (Special Edition).

There is a good bit of humor in this episode and the casting works fairly well, with the by the book Myka offset by the loose cannon Pete. I hope SyFy give this series a change to gel.

Recommended for fans of the genre.
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39 of 54 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on March 30, 2010
Format: DVD
Like many, I was truly looking forward to the start of this series.
I saw the 3 TNT Librarian movies not long before Syfy began pushing the WH13 promos: The Librarian: Curse of the Judas Chalice, The Librarian - Quest for the Spear & The Librarian - Return to King Solomon's Mines.
I loved the movie trilogy and felt the heavens were really smiling on me by giving me a tv show to continue their tradition.
I'm just pointing all this out to show how I was so perfectly positioned to fall in love with Warehouse 13.

Sadly, all that promise came to nothing!
For the reviewer who said the leads did not inspire rooting...I rooted for them anyway. I actually began to grudgingly give a fig about the main characters. This did not extend to the later-introduced psycho-stalker-techie nerd-cool-young/hip-ANNOYING-Claudia.

I gave the show every opportunity to rise above its swirling cloud of mediocrity. I reminded myself that even Eureka (especially Eureka: Season 3.5) had downright dreary, who-cares days. I waited patiently for someone to write an actual cohesive series of events to replace what appeared to be random wandering through half-developed ideas and story lines. I valiantly watched the entire season, stifling the urge to reach into the screen and tidy up the rather confused warehouse (which was also physically untidy).
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