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Warehouse 13: Shows You Should Binge #1

by Conor O'Brien

Warehouse 13 aired from 2009-2014. Here’s why you should binge the popular series.

Warehouse 13: In this new series of features, Courageous Nerd reflects on and recommends shows to binge watch in its entirety.

We live in an age of mass consumption. Netflix has ended the days of watching television only once per week. Therefore, mass ‘binging’ episodes has become more common.

Binge Warehouse 13 if you haven’t already. There is everything a viewer could want – solid writing, action, romance, friendship – to name just a few.

Warehouse 13 agent Pete Lattimer (Image: SyFy)

Pete Lattimer (Eddie McClintock) and Myka Bering (Joanne Kelly) become new Warehouse Agents in the pilot episode. However, the pair were initially Secret Service Agents who clashed with each other.

Artie Nielsen (Saul Rubinek) is in charge. Leena (Genelle Williams) runs the Bed & Breakfast where the characters live. Claudia Donovan (Allison Scagliotti) is a hacker. Steve Jinks (Aaron Ashmore) is openly gay and former ATF.

Warehouse 13 Agents Myka Bering and Steve Jinks (Image: SYFY)

In addition, major recurring guest players included CCH Pounder as Ms Frederic and Jaime Murray as Helena ‘HG’ Wells, a female take on the acclaimed author. Notably, Mark A. Sheppard and Anthony Michael Hall were among the many guest stars.

Even though Warehouse was generally light-hearted, it did have some darker moments. Many of the events could not happen in real life. Although, some could. Thus, there was a grounded realism in character-based scenes.

For example, one season ended with the deaths of three important characters. One murdered and two sacrificed themselves. As a result, they would have stayed dead without a renewal.

Furthermore, the show had five seasons. This provided years to tell character backstories. As a result, the audience learned more about Pete, Myka and the others than possibly they knew about each other.

Warehouse 13 is available to stream on Amazon Prime.

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