Warehouse 13

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      After saving the life of the President, two Secret Service agents find themselves abruptly transferred to Warehouse 13 -- a massive, top-secret storage facility in windswept South Dakota that houses every strange artifact, mysterious relic, fantastical object and supernatural souvenir ever collected by the U.S. government. The Warehouse's caretaker Artie (Saul Rubinek) charges Pete (Eddie McClintock) and Myka (Joanne Kelly) with chasing down reports of supernatural and paranormal activity in search of new objects to cache at the Warehouse, as well as helping him to control the warehouse, itself.

      Warehouse 13 comes from Universal Cable Productions and is executive produced by Jack Kenny (The Book of Daniel), who also serves as showrunner. David Simkins (Dresden Files) is executive producer; Jace Alexander (Burn Notice, Rescue Me) is co-executive producer and director; and Stephen Surjik (Monk, Burn Notice) is producer/director.

      The series is produced for Syfy by Universal Cable Productions. It is executive produced by Jack Kenny (The Book of Daniel) who also serves as showrunner. David Simkins (Dresden Files) is executive producer; Jace Alexander (Burn Notice, Rescue Me) is co-executive producer and director of the pilot; and Stephen Surjik (Monk, Burn Notice) is producer/director of the series.


      WAREHOUSE 13 auf IMBD

      Wir gucken grad die erste Staffel und uns gefällts wirklich gut *thumps*

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      NEW YORK - February 17, 2011 - Aaron Ashmore, who portrayed the iconic character Jimmy Olsen in Smallville, will join the cast of Syfy's hit series Warehouse 13 as "Steve Jinks," a young ATF agent with an innate ability to detect when someone's lying. Jinks is recruited by the all-powerful Mrs. Frederic (CCH Pounder) to be Pete Lattimer's (Eddie McClintock) new Warehouse 13 partner.

      In last year's gripping season two finale, Myka Bering (Joanne Kelly) abruptly quit her job at the Warehouse after being betrayed by the duplicitous HG Wells (Jaime Murray).

      In addition to Smallville, Ashmore has appeared in series such as In Plain Sight, Veronica Mars and Fringe.

      The third season of Warehouse 13 will return with 13 new episodes beginning this summer.

      Source: Syfy
    • Nach dem gelungen Start Ende April und der darauffolgenden Talfahrt kann der Sender RTL II wieder aufatmen: Die Mystery-Serie Warehouse 13 erzielte wieder ordentliche Quoten in der werberelevanten Zielgruppe.

      GSD, ich hatte schon befürchtet, Warehouse 13 wird abgesetzt. Ich hab mich jetzt richtig eingesehen in die Serie und finde es doch sehr spannend gemacht. Und mir gefällt auch die Serienübergreifende Handlung, z.B. als Claudia Donovan letzte Woche bei Eureka als Besucherin auftauchte. *thumps*
    • oh super neue Neuigkeiten, bin auch gerade dabei Staffel 2 zu sehen und bis jetzt einfach nur klasse die Serie und bin schon auf die 3. Staffel gespannt. Hatte zuerst die Befürchtung weil ja ein neues Gesicht kommt das "Pete" verschwindet. Aber gott sei dank bleibt er.

      Und Ich halte ab heute Staffel 1 auf DVD in meinen Händen :love:
    • Exclusive: Eddie McClintock Returns In "Warehouse 13" on Monday

      Warehouse13 is about to enter its third season. The series, returning on Monday, July 11, starts with the team still upset after Myka Bering's (Joanne Kelly) departure. New agent Steve Jinks (Aaron Ashmore) is brought in and the team, including Myka's partner Pete Lattimer, played by Eddie McClintock, is not happy with the change.

      Eddie McClintock sat down with SciFi Vision and MediaBlvd for an exclusive interview to talk about the upcoming season.

      There isn't much that McClintock can reveal about what's coming up this season, but believes that the best is yet to come. "This season is going to be the best of the three. I think we all kind of share that same feeling. The scripts are more fun and they're funnier. I think that they are more exciting. I think every year the writers zero in on what the show does best. The show just grows from year to year. So I think it's normal that the shows would be better this year than last year, and the year prior to that even.

      "You know the guests we have this year are some amazing guest stars. Some of the great Syfy names of the past few years. So it's going to be really exciting, and what this show is, at its core, is it's a family show, so that's pretty strongly emphasized. It's just going to be a lot of fun."

      The actor was able, however, to reveal some of the great guest stars of the upcoming season. "Jeri Ryan...was amazing to work with; we had a blast. She's an old pro and she walked on the set and basically made herself at home which was great.

      "..."Kate Mulgrew is on the show this year. She's fantastic and we get along great. We've had some really fun scenes together.

      "...That's kind of a thing about our show, the personalities here, is that we're all pretty welcoming. There are no overly inflated egos here, so when an attractive talented girl comes on, Joanne doesn't get all territorial with her. She welcomes her and does anything to make the show better. I feel the same way with the guys that have come on the show. If they're good and they enhance the show, then I'm all for it. I'm not all territorial about the show either. I feel pretty comfortable. I think I do a good job on the show and anyone that comes on that wants to make it better, then I'm all for it."

      McClintock loves doing comedy and is good at it. "If you look at my resume before I did the show, I had done nine sitcom pilots, and this being my fifth series, the previous four were all sitcoms. And I've done guest stars on other shows, where I [did] more, I guess you could say "acting" because it wasn't a sitcom. To me a sitcom is more about timing than it is about acting. I think it's a completely different type of art. So I've always been pretty good at the comedy. I've been used to it.

      "I guess I'm kind of silly, but Jack Kenny (executive producer), he makes me funny. He takes my silliness and then exploits it by writing me funny lines, and that's why Pete is as funny as he is. Granted I do have to manipulate the lines and make it work, but it's not that hard when the writing is as good as I think that it is.

      "...That's what I really love about this show, one of the things, the fact that we don't take ourselves too seriously and the fact that everybody can watch the show pretty much. Some of the stuff for little, little kids probably isn't appropriate, but the teens can watch the show, and adults can watch the show and they don't get bored because it's overly juvenile. I think we walk a really nice line. It speaks to the writing and Jack Kenny's ability to know his audience."

      This year there is also a new addition to the show, who has more than a guest star role. This season, Aaron Ashmore plays the role of Steve Jinks, the new agent brought in during the absence of Myka. He has the ability to tell when others are lying. "Aaron came in in some pretty odd circumstances - the lead in the show is supposedly not on the show anymore, and a lot of fans were saying, "I'm not going to watch the show if Myka's is not on," so that had to be a little weird but he came on and has done such a great job and he's so incredibly likable as a person and as an actor. I think the fans are just going to attach themselves to him immediately, and the fact that he's a good actor; he's got good comedic timing, so he just fit right in."

      Jinks' ability, however, won't be used to cause problems within the team. "I think he uses it more in his work than in his private life. Although it's an ability that helps him, I think it also can be a curse. I think he tries not to use it in his personal life too much."

      McClintock reveals that his character does miss Myka. "Pete thinks of Myka as his sister. So it would be the same as if your sister just picked up and walked away and left and didn't say anything to you. So he's hurt by it. It bothers him a great deal, and I think that that's reflected in the story at the beginning of season three."

      Regardless of her future on the series, McClintock talks about one of his best memories of working with Joanne Kelly. "There are a lot of memories that are good with Jo, but the one that sticks out the most is when we were casting to?get the job and what we had to go through to get that job. I was really stressed out and just had my second son, I hadn't worked for a while, and it didn't look like I was going to get this job either, and I started freaking out in the lobby. She tried to talk me down off the ledge and after we had been talking for a while, they called us both in together and we had this great audition together. When we walked out, Mark Stern, the head of the network, looked at everybody and said, "That's the show right there, those two." And that was pretty much it, so that's kind of the one that sticks out the most to me."

      McClintock is able to talk about his favorite scene of the season, which will be the opening scene of the finale, without spoiling it. "Last night we filmed a scene that was a very emotional scene for everybody and our director has basically been here since the beginning in season one, and after we were done he said that was his favorite scene, ever. And this is guy who's been directing for years and years, so for him to say that, it's nice to hear. We worked twenty hours that day, so that was just a nice reward to hear that and to know that the things you are doing in front of the camera are coming across."

      The actor says that there is a lot of himself in the character he plays on Warehouse13. "I think for me, what you see, is what you get. I don't do a whole lot of acting on the show. I'm there for too many hours to try and pretend that I'm someone else. That's pretty much me, I mean, it's someone else's words but I'm not trying to play a character, I'm just trying to say the words the way that I would say them in life sometimes. When you're playing the same guy twenty hours a day, day in and day out, for me, it's just easier to be myself."

      There are always some scenes that McClintock and the cast film that have to be cut for time. "It's just something that happens; it's just the nature of the beast. Specifically, there was an episode, last year I think, I can't really remember, there was a scene with Tia Carrere and we were at a cemetery, and we had a really nice scene that didn't make it into the show. But I don't know, maybe it will make it into the deleted scenes on the DVD set this year."

      McClintock loves his job, but it still has its challenges. "The biggest challenge is having to leave my family and my home in Los Angeles for six months. I have two small boys. I have a four year old and a five year old, and last year, they were too young to really realize that I wasn't there, but this year they're more aware that I'm not around, so it's harder on them and it's harder on me, so that's been the biggest challenge.

      "As far as like my acting is concerned, the biggest challenge is basically when they set up a green screen and they tell you what you're supposed to be seeing. We call this "schmacting." That's the most difficult."

      The actor also reveals that he sometimes has embarrassing moments on set. "I generally embarrass myself two to three times a day. It's hard for me to pick out a specific moment from the avalanche of self facing events that have occurred to me everyday." READ THE FULL INTERVIEW HERE
    • Warehouse 13 spoilers from E!Online!!!!!

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      Over in South Dakota, Warehouse 13 star Eddie McClintock (agent Pete Lattimer) confirms that their team will also face a new threat: "This person is big and bad," Eddie teased without revealing the actor's name. "Personally, for me, I'm just like, 'What? That's awesome!' 'Cause this guy has done some great work, so to be able to have him be a part of the show is pretty cool," he teased.

      Another big bad we'll see tonight on W13 is a wacky hairstyle Pete is rocking. Fortunately, Eddie confirms that it will soon be vanquished. "I was thinking I'd do something different," he explained, "but when I saw it on camera I hated it. So, I went back to the old style. Hopefully people will go, 'Oh wow, he was so bummed out when Myka (Joanne Kelly) left that he wanted his hair to look s--tty.'"

      While the Warehouse 13 team may have temporarily lost Myka, they welcome a new agent tonight, Steve Jinks (Aaron Ashmore), a "human lie detector" whose character also happens to be gay. "We didn't create the character to make some political statement," Eddie said, adding that the show benefits from Jinks' "young male energy." Pete's reaction to Jinks' revelation that he's gay is typical and awesome, Eddie adds. "Pete's like, 'Really? You're gay? That's awesome because no one else around here appreciates how hard I work out.' It doesn't phase him at all—Pete's like, 'Dude, I don't care what you are, we're friends.' And I love that about Pete." Rest assured, fans: Jinks is not replacing Myka.

      Guest Room: This season Warehouse 13 will welcome "lots of great people in lots of fun roles" sure to please sci-fi fans, said Eddie, including Star Trek's Kate Mulgrew and Jerri Ryan as well as Caprica's Alessandra Torresani and Sasha Ruiz. Returning guests include Lindsay Wagner [as Warehouse doctor—and Artie's love interest—Vanessa Calder], and Trek vet Rene Auberjonois as computer expert Hugo Miller. Neil Grayston's Fargo is also returning to the Warehouse in another Eureka crossover episode: "That is actually one of the most insane episodes of TV I have ever filmed and I cannot wait to see it," Neil told us.

      Blast From the Past: "We're going to find out more about Pete's backstory," this season, Eddie promises: "Some cool stuff about Pete, and what happened to Pete, and what happened to his father, and who are the big influences in his life."

      Source: E!Online