Throughout its thrilling third season, Syfy’s Warehouse 13 has taken viewers on surprising twists and turns, from the return of Myka (Joanne Kelly), the introduction of new Agent Steve Jinks (Aaron Ashmore) and guest stars such as Jeri Ryan, Jaime Murray, Lindsay Wagner and Kate Mulgrew to nefarious villains like Anthony Michael Hall and Sasha Roiz threatening the survival of the Warehouse – and the world. To conclude this powerful year, Syfy will present its first ever, explosive two-hour Warehouse 13 season finale on Monday, October 3 from 9-11PM (ET/PT).
Syfy’s new hit series Alphas will feature an impressive lineup of special guest stars for its debut season. Garret Dillahunt (Terminator: The Sarah Connor Chronicles, Burn Notice), Summer Glau (Terminator: The Sarah Connor Chronicles), Alaina Huffman(Smallville, Stargate Universe), Rebecca Mader (Lost), Brent Spiner (Star Trek: The Next Generation), Lindsay Wagner (Warehouse 13) and Peter Wingfield (Sanctuary) will join previously announced recurring guest star Valerie Cruz.
The curious thing about bringing Wagner to alphas is that she’s reprising her Warehouse 13 role as Dr. Vanessa Chase. I can see Warehouse 13 and Eureka [which has crossed over with W13 a couple of times] as being in the same universe, but Alphas is tonally all wrong for that kind of crossover – unless their Dr. Chase is just an AU version of the one in W13. Should be interesting to see…
A complete of episodes featuring the abovementioned guest stars, follow the jump.
The iconic opening credits have been parodied ever since the show originally aired – even AOL riffed on them. Virtually everyone remembers the voiceover from those credits: ‘Steve Austin. A man barely alive… We can rebuild him… make him better than he was…’ Now TimeLife has put together what has to be one of the most complete packages for a classic TV series – 40 DVDs containing the three TV Movies of the Week that served as pilots; the crossover episodes shared with spin-off series The Bionic Woman; the three reunion movies and over seventeen hours of other bonus material.
With all that care and attention comes one question – is The Six Million Dollar Man worth all that effort? The short answer is yes.
Warehouse 13 [Syfy, Tuesdays, 9/8C] has been enjoying a spectacularly good second season. Its balance of humor, drama, weirdness and adventure has been spot on and this week’s episode, For the Team, keeps the streak alive – while introducing Dr. Vanessa Calder [Lindsay Wagner], the in-house doctor who cares for the Regents and the Warehouse 13 staff.
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.
Two of Syfy’s best –rated series are getting some pretty spiffy guest stars.
The network’s top-rated series, Warehouse 13, has enlisted original Bionic Woman, Lindsay Wagner and former Relic Hunter, Tia Carrere to join the likes of Jewel Staite [Firefly, Stargate Atlantis], Sean Maher [Firefly] and Philip Winchester [Crusoe]. Meanwhile, Jamie Kennedy [The Specials, Ghost Whisperer] will visit the quaint little town of geniuses, Eureka.