Warehouse 13 Setting Records For Syfy

Published 6 years ago by , Updated March 9th, 2013 at 1:39 pm,

warehouse 13 eddie mcclintock and joanne kelly Warehouse 13 Setting Records For Syfy

I keep wondering after each weeks telecast of Warehouse 13 if I should wait, or keep reporting each new record the show breaks each week?

Syfy’s newest show has brought down the house of cards and has set another record.  The 6th episode of the fantasy TV series Warehouse 13 brought in 4.4 million viewers.  This makes it the most-watched regular series telecast in the 17-year history of the network.  Though I think last nights episode may put a damper in the ratings momentum.  From what I hear, many found it a bit drab.

Stargate Altantis previously held the record with its premiere that brought in 4.2 million viewers.

Keep up the good work, Syfy.

Source: GateWorld

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  1. That I did not expect.

  2. I am glad that the rating are there because it is a good show. Some of the SFx are a bit lame (like the view in the warehouse is totally noticeable CGI), but the characters are likeable and the stories are good. (I have not watched the current episode yet.) Because of the good stories and characters, I am willing to overlook the pedestrian CGI (much like the reason I still love the original Trek.)

  3. When I first heard of the show coming on, I didn’t think it was going to be as well written as it is… nice surprise to have some entertaining TV, huh?

  4. Keep reporting it. This show is awesome. Your review got me to check it out. I tivo that shiz weekly and can’t wait to come home and watch it every Tuesday. I mean c’mon. Alice is stuck in Lewis Carrol’s mirror, Sylvia Plath’s typewriter sucks the will to live from you, a mentalist whose chair can now hypnotise people itself basically? Freaking brilliant!

  5. p.s. i liked last night’s episode. staying all in the warehouse and getting to see more and more artifacts and the black vault was fun.

  6. I think its great that its so popular.
    I just hope the network doesnt screw up the show.
    you know,tinker with it to make it even more popular.

  7. @Gary…

    Let’s hope that they don’t have Fonzi’s motorcycle that he used to jump that shark tank in the warehouse. :P

  8. Actually this week’s episode really annoyed me – didn’t like it at all. They need to decide what kind of show and characters these are. The male lead doesn’t act a single bit like what I would expect of a secret service agent, and I found this week’s episode way to goofy for my taste.


  9. Does anybody think that their has been a noticeable change in McClintock’s character from the initial episodes? He’s deviated a little too far from the character he presented initially, and not in a good way.

  10. @the old man:

    I think both of our leads have deviated from the way they began, and notice I did not say “evolved”. The female lead seems helpless half the time and uses this grating ” whiny little girl” voice that was nowhere to be found in the premiere. I wish they were a little more professional about their work. I know it’s all a little overwhelming, but they seem to frequently react like 8 year olds when presented with issues, and have little common sense between them.

    I really liked Claudia’s character, but I wish she’d stop acting so much like a little kid following her dad around the office. I think the actress is working with what she’s been given, but let’s give her SOME amount of maturity, please.

    All that being said, I’m a fan of the show and I’ll continue to watch it. Oh, and I sincerely hope that Fonzi’s motorcycle gets a mention, because that thing is TOTALLY an artifact. I know Andy S had tongue planted in cheek when he mentioned it, but that would be hilarious and appropriate.

  11. I think this can be said of most TV characters… they come in with their uniquely defining angst or character traits and then they get absorbed in a week to week malady of neutralized acting.

    Unfortunately, I see it here too? Where’s Pete’s “spidey sense” that they played up in the first few epi’s?

    No kidding on Claudia. How many times is she going to almost destroy the Warehouse and quit playing with things!!?? If that were me, I’d a quit after the first mishap!

    Hey… if they have the Studio 54 disco ball in there, they better have Fonzi’s bike. (Unless of course, there’s so much copyright protection on the franchise material that they can’t go there…)

  12. Are we actually watching the same show? Hasn’t anyone notice the terrible acting by both the leads? Especially the woman! She only has one expression! Artie’s character is a total idiot! Trying to make it into something that its not! God help us!