SyFy’s “Wharehouse 13” Opens Its Production Doors for Third Season click card paper research source go to link tadalafil 20mg (cialis) scientific research paper title page format click here at complete choice basic features of an essay argumentative essay topics for elementary school mag 3 lasix renal scan ang katangiang hinahanap ko sa isang kaibigan essay cialis legal kaufen Г¶sterreich get link what is a life experience essay enter filomena constantino and dissertation scoring rubric for narrative essay cialis beckville cialis terazosin interaction buy viagra using mastercard japanese essays for beginners pastillas cytotec en dallas tx get link maryknoll essay 2010 enter site primary research for a dissertation homework help diagramming sentences Warehouse 13, Syfy’s most successful series ever, began production on its third season in Toronto on February 9, with key questions left hanging from the gripping season two finale. Has Myka Bering [Joanne Kelly] left the Warehouse team for good? Have we seen the last of villainous H.G. Wells [Jaime Murray]?

The series will return with 13 new episodes beginning this summer.  The series follows two Secret Service agents who find themselves abruptly transferred to a massive, top-secret storage facility in windswept South Dakota which houses every strange artifact, mysterious relic, fantastical object and preternatural souvenir ever collected by the U.S. government. The Warehouse’s caretaker Artie Nielsen [Saul Rubinek] charges Agents Pete Lattimer [Eddie McClintock] and Myka Bering [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. Allison Scagliotti plays Claudia Donovan, Artie’s apprentice.

Warehouse 13 received its first ever Emmy nomination in 2010 with a nod for Outstanding Main Title Theme Music by composer Ed Rogers.  It is produced for Syfy by Universal Cable Productions.  Executive Producer and Showrunner is Jack Kenny (The Book of Daniel).  During its second season, the series averaged 3.43 million total viewers, 1.51 million Adults 18-49, 1.80 million Adults 25-54 and a 2.4 household rating, based on DVR Live +7 data, making it the most watched Syfy series of 2010.  Check SyFy listing for repeats until the summer’s third season premiere.