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What to Watch: TV Picks for November 21 - 27

by Stephanie Earp, posted Nov 21st 2011 10:03AM
An Idiot Abroad - Friday November 25, 10PM ET, Discovery

If you've missed the latest collaboration between Ricky Gervais and Stephen Merchant, this is the perfect chance to get on board. Ricky (recently confirmed to return to host the Golden Globes) and Stephen send their sad sack friend Karl Pilkington out to see the world and make fun of him mercilessly as he whines and complains his way around some of the most incredible locales on our planet.

It sounds mean, and it is. But you'll only feel sorry for poor Karl -- who'd be happier at home in his flat with a cup of tea -- for a few minutes. then you'll be laughing too hard to care. This week, Karl takes the legendary Trans-Siberian Express train into China. Fans may remember Karl's feelings about the Great Wall from last season. He was, shall we say, unimpressed.

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'Warehouse 13' Star Saul Rubinek on Season 3, Guest Stars and Why It's the Best Show Out There

by Annette Bourdeau, posted Aug 30th 2011 9:15AM
It's not easy to find a show the whole family can enjoy together these days, but SyFy's 'Warehouse 13' (which airs on Showcase in Canada) boasts a cross-generational appeal that has something for everyone. That's probably why the unique show has cultivated such a large and devoted following.

The show follows the Secret Service personnel tasked with working at Warehouse 13, which is home to every bizarre (and potentially dangerous) artifact the U.S. government has ever collected. In Season 3, newcomer Aaron Ashmore joins the cast as the warehouse's latest recruit.

We caught up with Saul Rubinek ('Frasier, 'Unforgiven'), who plays warehouse caretaker Artie Nielsen, to pry as many details about Season 3 out of him as possible. It was not an easy task. Like his character Artie, Rubinek is skilled at guarding secrets.

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Artie and Jinks Try to Steal Van Gogh's 'Stormy Night' on 'Warehouse 13' (VIDEO)

by Nick Zaino, posted Aug 16th 2011 5:00PM
Stealing a long-lost Van Gogh on 'Warehouse 13'Most people would consider a long-lost Vincent Van Gogh's painting like 'Stormy Night' to be an historical artifact, a famous work of art from another era. The word 'artifact' means something different to Artie and Jinks on 'Warehouse 13' (Mondays, 9PM on Syfy). To them, an 'artifact' is an item of considerable power that could possibly be harmful if it fell into the wrong hands, and 'Stormy Night' meets that criteria.

Since it's their job to catalogue and store these dangerous artifacts, Artie and Jinks set out on a mission to steal the real 'Stormy Night' and replace it with a fake. They had lots of neat tools from Warehouse 13 to help, including a camera that can transfer a perfect replica to another canvas and "memory paper" from Gutenberg's printing press. "Van Gogh himself wouldn't know the difference," said Artie.

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'Warehouse 13' Renewed by Syfy for Fourth Season

by Alex Moaba, posted Aug 12th 2011 1:30PM
Good news, science fiction fans. Syfy has renewed 'Warehouse 13' for Season 4. The show will be back for -- wait for it --13 episodes in 2012.

The series follows two secret service agents (played by Joanne Kelly and Eddie McClintock) stationed in a a top-secret storage facility in South Dakota known as 'Warehouse 13 that houses supernatural artifacts collected by the U.S. government.

The show has emerged as Syfy's top-rated program ever this year, averaging a 2.2 HH rating, including 3.1 million total viewers through its first five episodes of Season 3, according to a press release.

"Under Executive Producer Jack Kenny's leadership, this superlative team of writers, cast, and crew continue to turn out a series that only gets better and better with every episode. Warehouse 13 is deservedly the most popular series in our history and we're delighted to renew it for a fourth season," Syfy president of original content Mark Stern said in a statement.

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EXCLUSIVE 'Warehouse 13' Sneak Peek

by Jean Bentley, posted Jul 13th 2011 3:15PM
Warehouse 13Last season on 'Warehouse 13,' fans were left hanging after Myka (Joanne Kelly) quit her job and left the warehouse and her partner, Pete (Eddie McClintock). By the end of Monday's season premiere she was back, but it couldn't have been that easy for her friends to forgive her and welcome her back into the fold.

In AOL TV's exclusive sneak peek at next week's episode, Myka acknowledges her absence and apologizes to her partner for leaving. Watch the emotional exchange below.

'Warehouse 13' airs Monday nights at 9PM on Syfy.

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Agent Steve Jinks Knows When Artie and Claudia Lie on 'Warehouse 13' (VIDEO)

by Jason Hughes, posted Jul 12th 2011 5:42AM
'Warehouse 13' - 'The New Guy'When we last left our intrepid agents, Myka had quit 'Warehouse 13' (Mon., 9PM ET on Syfy). That left an opening in their ranks. And while the crew continued working their peculiar cases, they stumbled on someone with a peculiar ability all his own.

Pete has his intuition, Myka her photographic memory and Claudia her tech genius (and supposed fate to be the next caretaker).

Steve Jinks is Dr. Cal Lightman ('Lie to Me'), only to a supernatural degree. In other words, he absolutely can tell unequivocally if someone is lying, which was a bit of a problem when Artie and Claudia ran into him while on a case.

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'Warehouse 13,' 'Eureka' and 'Haven' Are Back! Win a Syfy Prize Pack

by Jean Bentley, posted Jul 6th 2011 12:00PM
Syfy giveawayWith the summer premieres of Syfy's 'Warehouse 13,' 'Eureka' and 'Haven' kicking off next week, our DVRs won't be quite as empty as they have been.

But since Syfy cares about you that much, AOL TV and the network have arranged for a super-awesome prize pack that will keep you entertained even when those shows aren't on.

One lucky winner will walk away with DVDs of 'Warehouse 13' seasons 1 and 2, 'Eureka' seasons 1, 2, 3, 3.5 and 4, and t-shirts for 'Warehouse 13,' 'Eureka' and 'Haven.'

'Eureka' and 'Warehouse 13' premiere Mon., July 11 starting at 8PM (followed by the premiere of the brand-new series 'Alphas'), and 'Haven' returns Fri., July 15 at 10PM.

Read on for more details on how to win!

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'Bionic Woman' Lindsay Wagner to Guest on 'Warehouse 13'

by Gary Susman, posted Apr 23rd 2010 12:30PM
SyFy's hit 'Warehouse 13' centers on a Mulder-and-Scully-like pair of agents who de-mothball ancient and mysterious objects stored in the title building. Maybe one of those objects was an old 'Bionic Woman' videocassette.

That could be the explanation for a secretive cameo by '70s sci-fi icon Lindsay Wagner on an upcoming episode of 'Warehouse 13's' second season. The 'Bionic Woman' star, now in semi-retirement from acting, is de-mothballing her own career for an upcoming guest appearance on the show, which she's shooting at the end of this month in Toronto.

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What to Watch: April 19 - 25

by Stephanie Earp, posted Apr 19th 2010 3:17AM


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- Friday April 23, 10 pm, Citytv

This SyFy show makes its Canadian debut tonight, although in some ways it's been in Canada all along - it is shot in and around Toronto and Dundas, Ontario, and stars a slew of Canadian actors, including series lead Joanne Kelly. The plot is kind of silly -- two agents are assigned to gather supernatural artifacts for storage in a mysterious warehouse. But one could say that the plot of 'The X-Files' is equally ridiculous - it's all in the writing and the chemistry, which for the most part has gotten good reviews. US media keep citing 'Indiana Jones', but another show popped into my head -- 'Relic Hunter.' But 'Relic Hunter' with a budget.

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All Mike M. Wants for Festivus

by Mike Moody, posted Dec 11th 2009 10:02AM
fringe foxIn honor of the great Frank Costanza, and to ring in the holiday season, we're celebrating Festivus here at the Squad by sharing our personal TV wish lists. This year, I'm wishing for ...

  • An awesome end for Dollhouse. I know its cancellation was inevitable – the series was forever tanking in the ratings, and even Joss Whedon devotees were sometimes underwhelmed by it – but I really loved the experimental nature of the show. Dollhouse was a weird, funny and sometimes very dark playground where Whedon could try out new ideas and put new spins on old ones. I'm looking forward to watching the final episodes.

  • More sci-fi stuff on Stargate Universe. I love the slow burn character arcs, but would it kill the writers to shake things up a bit with a little action and some fantastic science fiction-based stories?

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Syfy Name Change Working: 'Warehouse 13' Beats 'Battlestar Galactica'

by Gary Susman, posted Oct 5th 2009 4:00PM
Warehouse 13 on SyfyWhat the frak? Who'd have imagined that the universally snickered-at name change from Sci Fi Channel to Syfy this summer would not only turn out to be a smart move, but that the new Syfy flagship show, 'Warehouse 13,' would turn out to be an even bigger hit than 'Battlestar Galactica'?

What's next, a cooking show? (Oh, wait ... ) What planet are we living on again?

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Warehouse 13: Macpherson (season finale)

by Mike Moody, posted Sep 23rd 2009 10:21AM
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(S01E13) It took a while, but Warehouse 13 finally broke away from the stale case-of-the-week episodes (and the stale dialogue) to become the summer's most amusing slice of sci-fi TV. The shift happened a few weeks ago when Roger Rees' smug and sadistic baddie, Macpherson, showed up to make trouble for the team.

Macpherson turned out to be the big bad Warehouse 13 was missing all along. He was an ex-Warehouse agent with a vendetta against Artie and the regents. His evil plots forced Artie and the agents to bond and trust each other, and they also gave the show a real sense of danger and purpose. Oh, and Macpherson also gave us Claudia and Leena, apparently.

Macpherson returned to twist the knife one more time in a season finale packed with surprises, red herrings, and a few insane artifacts (Timothy Leary's psychedelic glasses? That was a good one.)

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Warehouse 13: Nevermore

by Jason Hughes, posted Sep 16th 2009 3:20AM
Warehouse 13: Nevermore(S01E12) Look at that, Myka's dad is Saul Tigh (Michael Hogan). And like most of the high caliber sci-fi guest stars so far this season, he's relegated to a bit role. Not to say that he isn't front-and-center to the action, because he is. But as much as he's at the center of the activity, he spends most of the episode inactive.

As you may have guessed by the title, this episode dealt with artifacts relating to Edgar Allan Poe, and there was some clever trickery utilizing Poe's most iconic visions. But the title might allude to something greater: the impending and climactic battle with MacPherson set to take place in next week's finale (is it here already?).

Interestingly enough, even though this was the big episode leading into the finale, it turned out to be little more than a generic bag-it-and-tag-it kind of mission, albeit with a very personal touch. I enjoyed seeing Myka's family and her father's bookstore. We learned a lot about her character and personality just from this short time with her family.

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Warehouse 13: Breakdown

by Jason Hughes, posted Sep 9th 2009 1:02AM
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If you think about it, the Warehouse has to be one of the most unpredictable and dangerous places on the planet. We've seen what can happen when one artifact gets out of control, or when two work in tandem. There are possibly millions of artifacts housed in there, and most of them are just lying on a shelf. What if, say, a zip line were to break and come collapsing across the tops of hundreds of those shelves, scattering artifacts about?

That would be bad.

That is what happened while Artie was away having an "adventure" of his own. Pete and Myka popped in to the Warehouse to see how Claudia was doing, only to find all hell slowly breaking loose. In Claudia's defense, it wasn't entirely her fault this time.

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Warehouse 13: Regrets

by Jason Hughes, posted Sep 2nd 2009 2:45AM
Joe Morton(S01E09) At first, it looked like Joe Morton was going to be more integral to the plot than Erica Cerra and Niall Matter. Alas, he was just an aside. In fact, he was almost inconsequential completely to the artifact quest in the prison, though he did help Pete and Myka at a key moment.

There was a nice balance in the episode between a surprisingly emotional situation at the prison with Pete and Myka, and the comical situation that Claudia found herself in back at the warehouse. I'm learning that I may be even more interested in the artifacts already at the warehouse than in the collecting of new ones.

Which gets me way excited about next week's episode, which is all about things going wrong at the warehouse. But let's not get ahead of ourselves.

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