‘Warehouse 13’ Season 4.5 Premiere Date Announced February 28, 2013 News, Warehouse 13 The popular Syfy series Warehouse 13 will be back with the rest of its current fourth season, 10 more new episodes folks!, starting on April 29 at 10 PM. As viewers will recall, the last new episode of ‘Warehouse 13’ aired back on October 1 of last year, leaving fans with a mighty big cliffhanger. Artie (series regular Saul Rubinek), under the evil effects of going back in time to change dire circumstances that affected the warehouse and most of the team, released a deadly pandemic virus out of the Black Orchid artifact. As the first new episode back – entitled “The Living and the Dead” – gets underway, viewers will see “the team race to stop the spread of the disease while battling its symptoms”. Yikes, to say the least, right?!! The spring premiere will feature recurring guest star Polly Walker of ‘Caprica’ and ‘Rome’ fame as “a historian who may know more about the warehouse than she lets on” and the return of Kate Mulgrew (‘Star Trek Voyager’) and Jaime Murray (‘Ringer’), who is part of the cast for the new Syfy series ‘Defiance’ that will (not too ironically) act as the lead-in series to ‘Warehouse 13’. The rest of the cast – Eddie McClintock, Joanne Kelly, Allison Scagliotti, Aaron Ashmore and CCH Pounder – will, of course, be “all-hands-on-deck” for what is to come as the show’s fourth season continues so make sure to tune in for the return of ‘Warehouse 13’ on April 29 at 10/9c on Syfy. [Source: Entertainment Weekly] Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Google+ (Opens in new window)Click to share on Tumblr (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window) Sandra Cekot We love the show, but October to April is a long time between seasons! And I don’t think that 10 episodes constitutes a season. It seems that “Hollywood” is getting worse about producing good shows in a timely manner. Even “regular” network shows have way too many breaks during a season. What gives? Cable gave us hundreds of channels but they’re failing to give us very much programming that is decent, entertaining and engaging. And you can forget “reality” shows – they’re nothing but junk.