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Warehouse 13 Lands Sark!

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Syfy’s Warehouse 13 [Tuesdays, 9/8C] continues to draw top flight guest talent. David Anders – best known for his charmingly malevolent character, Sark on Alias – has joined an impressive roster of guest stars that already includes Lindsay Wagner [the original Bionic Woman], Rene Auberjonois [Star Trek: Deep Space Nine], Jewel Staite [Firefly, Stargate Atlantis], Sean Maher [Firefly, Serenity] and Tia Carrere [Relic Hunter, Wayne’s World].

Anders plays “Jonah Raitt,” a suspected serial killer with a dangerous object who escaped Warehouse capture back in the 1960’s, whom Pete (Eddie McClintock) and Myka (Joanne Kelly) set out to hunt down and recapture once and for all.

Warehouse 13 returns on Tuesday, July 6th.

TELEVISION REVIEW: Syfy’s Children of the Corn Hews Closer to Stephen King’s Original!


David Anders [Alias, Heroes] and Kandyse McClure [Battlestar Galactica] star as a couple nearing the end of their marriage in Syfy’s remake of Stephen King’s Children of the Corn [Saturday, 9/8C]. When Burt hits a young boy on a back toad in the middle of Nebraska, he and Vicki are shocked to discover that his throat had been cut. Burt decides they should take the boy’s body to the nearest town and turn him over to the police. Vicki, displayed extremely good judgement, thinks this is a bad idea. When they reach the nearest town, Gatlin, they find a virtual ghost town. Except for a small band of religious fanatic children, there’s no one else around for miles.

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