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fadetoone
fadetoone
11 years ago

Wait, what’s this “renewal” concept you speak of? That means it was canceled, right?

3531767
3531767
11 years ago

They didnt cancel it because they cant do it on their own, Correct me if im wrong but Space in canada owns it i believe and from what im told have the last word on it.

FraserD
FraserD
11 years ago

I’m fairly baffled by the success of this show. I have nothing against it, but I just don’t think it has the quality of all the shows that are being canned. The central premise is a bit corny, and there are often huge plot holes, or amazing leaps of logic made by the characters. It’s quite fun, but then Eureka was more fun and better constructed. I wish Warehouse 13 loads of continued success, but I just want to add to the chorus of people asking SyFy not to keep cancelling all their really top-notch shows.

bluewater1
bluewater1
11 years ago

I suspect that it will make it for five years like Eureka, barring any severe ratings drops. That will make it feasible for syndication.

Greenfire32
Greenfire32
11 years ago

Don’t you fret, W13. You’re still in season 4. Next year is the year you’ll be canceled.

SyFy doesn’t like anything over 5 seasons long….

mythos
mythos
11 years ago

@3531767 – Syfy can cancel any show they play on their network. Cancelling a show just means cancelling and/or discontinuing orders for more episodes. Syfy cancelling a show doesn’t inherently mean the show will end. As long as there are channels showing it and an audience for it a show can continue.

Browncoat1984
Browncoat1984
11 years ago

@Greenfire. I think that W13 should do what BSG did and give SyFy the middle finger by making next year the last. By now if you’re a TV producer and haven’t figured out SyFy’s game you’re pretty stupid.

Wraithkelso
wraithkelso
11 years ago

that isn’t entirely true if syfy is one of the main contributors to the making of a show in the first place (original shows means they are giving money to the production and have a say in episodes and guest stars, SciFi was originally worried about having Ben and Claudia as main characters in SG1 in season 9 which is why Claudia wasn’t a regular, then they came back to Brad and Rob and told them to bring Claudia back in as a regular for season 10).

3531767
3531767
11 years ago

I just wish another scifi network would start up so syfy can fall to the wayside. Its too bad space in canada didnt air here in the usa.

jonah1956
jonah1956
11 years ago

The syfy channel keeps becoming less of a syfy channel. :S Good thing i’m Canadian and we have the “Space” channel.

mythos
mythos
11 years ago

– Actually, it is true. If they contribute enough of the money they can wield some influence over the show and/or the removal of their contribution may mean the termination of the show (SGU for example) but the show can be taken elsewhere if there’s someone else who wants it. SGU was shopped around, no one wanted it. That’s what killed SGU. Syfy, of course, was the biggest factor but only because there was no one else willing to take it over. If another network did want it enough to pay the bills, it would still be on.

Takamuri
Takamuri
11 years ago

Eureka was canceled? Darn…

When are they going to rename the channel to the Fiction Channel? Obviously there is nothing left of Science Fiction left.

Takamuri
Takamuri
11 years ago

And with Eureka goes my last reason to tune in… nothing against Amanda and Sanctuary, but it just isn’t my thing. You really have to wonder what they could possibly fill in the void with?

Reruns? Wrestling? Ghost Hunters? Yeah….

mythos
mythos
11 years ago

– At least there is another season of Eureka left after this one before it’s gone.

asgard6198
asgard6198
11 years ago

regardless of politics concerning warehouse 13 , i LIKE the show , especially when helena welles is in a episode . does anyone remember
the bad guy saul ribinek played on st/next generation ? hint , he was a smuggler !

Donsta
Donsta
11 years ago

Any news on the Helena Wells spin off?

jimv1983
jimv1983
11 years ago

Wow Eureka gets cancelled but Warehouse 13 gets renewed. That is pretty damn backwards.

bluewater1
bluewater1
11 years ago

There were two StarTrek captains on Monday’s (Aug. 29th.) episode. Taran Fahir (Capt. Robau in the new movie) and Kate Mulgrew (Captain Janeway).