WAREHOUSE 13 (2009 – 2014)

Warehouse 13 (2009– )

Creators : Jane Espenson, D. Brent Mote

Cast: Eddie McClintock, Joanne Kelly, Saul Rubinek

When two secret service agents, Pete Lattimer (Eddie McClintock) and Myka Bering (Joanne Kelly) end up saving the life of the President of the United States when a strange Aztec idol takes over a museum worker, they get more than just a thank you.They’re visited that evening by the mysterious Mrs. Frederic (CCH Pounder) and ordered to appear at a remote location in South Dakota the next day. This remote location is called Warehouse 13. It’s the place where objects that are too dangerous to be loose in the world are stored and cataloged.These pieces, called artifacts, ranges from some pretty weird thing that can do some serious damages into the real world.

Here is a series that copied Torchwood a little, but no big deal. The only thing that I am not crazy about it is that the 2 secret agents are not getting along why am I not surprise that is a classic cliché. Other than that it is fine. What I love about it is that they are using technology not from this world like the Tesla, a gun that shoots an electrical charge that’s capable of knocking people out and the Farnsworth, a pocket-sized audio and video communications device, is pretty cool but kind of bulky. The acting is good it is a little goofy at times but who care it is entertaining. If you want character development week the is series is not for you. I think it is targeted towards teenagers and young adult. I am an older adult and I watched it just for pure fun and entertainment. The other thing is that the chemistry is not quite there, c’est la vie like I always said. overall it is fun to watch and I think 5 seasons is fine.

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Warehouse 13 (2009– )

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