It’s a good thing when Sci-Fi shows on a mainstream network keep getting further opportunities to be seen. Too often a show doesn’t get a chance to build an audience and is canceled. Fortunately, that’s not the case with Syfy’s Warehouse 13, which has been renewed for a third season.
After weeks of rumors, the cable network is set to announce a 13-episode pickup. Showrunner Jack Kenny will on board for another round and has signed a development deal with Syfy. During its second season, “Warehouse” averaged 3.4 million viewers and 1.5 million in the adults 18-49 demographic, making it Syfy’s most-watched series this year.
“Jack Kenny’s superlative leadership and the incredible talent of his cast and crew delivered an outstanding second season of ‘Warehouse 13,’ ” Syfy programming chief Mark Stern said. “We’re excited to see this successful series return next year and to developing our next hit with Jack.”
The Tuesday night drama follows two Secret Service agents who collect dangerous supernatural artifacts. No, its not the X-Files — but it is sorta similar. Still, a good show we’re glad to see get a third season.