According to Variety, Syfy has decided to give its freshmen drama/comedy Warehouse 13 a second season. The show, which films in Vancouver and will stay there for season 2, concerns a male/female team of Secret Service agents who investigate missing and newly found supernatural objects.
According to the trade, its the most-watched show in Syfy’s 17-year history, averaging 3.7 million viewers a week.
“We took a look at doing 20 episodes, but for logistic and financial reasons, it didn’t make sense to do that right now, but I wouldn’t rule it out,” Syfy president Dave Howe told Daily Variety.
Apparently, thirteen episodes have been ordered for season two but as with Battlestar Galactica, that number could go up in subsequent seasons. This is good news for fans of Warehouse 13, a show which since its debut has been getting better and better. I look forward to seeing what happens in season 2.
Warehouse 13, which features Eddie McClintock, Joanne Kelly and Saul Rubinek, airs Tuesdays at 9/8C on SyFy.