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    Default Re: Warehouse 13 renewed for fifth and final (very) short season.

    Mixed feelings, atleast they will be given the chance to wrap up and give us a proper ending


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    Default Re: Warehouse 13 renewed for fifth and final (very) short season.

    I am not surprised this is ending. At least it will get 6 final episodes to wrap things up. It has been a nice run.

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    Default Re: Warehouse 13 renewed for fifth and final (very) short season.

    Quote Originally Posted by the fifth man View Post
    I am not surprised this is ending. At least it will get 6 final episodes to wrap things up. It has been a nice run.
    And hopefully it will actually be 6 episodes this time around...*cough* Eureka

    Also, I recently discovered that Warehouse 13 season 4 will thankfully be released as a complete season rather than the half season bullcrap. So that's good news.

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    Default Re: Warehouse 13 renewed for fifth and final (very) short season.

    It would have been better had they done two 13 episode seasons and then ordered the last six instead of a fragmented 20 episodes and then the six. Oh well, it is a nice show, while it lasts.

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    Default Re: Warehouse 13 renewed for fifth and final (very) short season.

    Quote Originally Posted by Gen. Chris View Post
    And hopefully it will actually be 6 episodes this time around...*cough* Eureka

    Also, I recently discovered that Warehouse 13 season 4 will thankfully be released as a complete season rather than the half season bullcrap. So that's good news.
    I'm glad to here Season 4 will be released as a complete season.
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    Default Re: Warehouse 13 renewed for fifth and final (very) short season.

    Quote Originally Posted by Gatefan1976 View Post
    Most shows don't get past 5 seasons on any network.
    But on some networks a "season" still means 22 episodes, not 13.

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    Quote Originally Posted by min min light View Post
    But on some networks a "season" still means 22 episodes, not 13.
    And some shows a seasons is considered even less than that. I am looking at you UK. A season is not definied by episode count but by production of TV content
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    Default Re: Warehouse 13 renewed for fifth and final (very) short season.

    Quote Originally Posted by jelgate View Post
    And some shows a seasons is considered even less than that. I am looking at you UK. A season is not definied by episode count but by production of TV content
    The U.K. seasons especially, they can be on season five and it's actually the tenth episode thirty years after the pilot first aired. (Yes, I know I'm exaggerating. Not by much, though.)

    How a season is defined ought to be more precise, because sometimes the comparisons are apples and oranges. "Most shows don't last longer than five seasons." True, because after five years of 22 episodes a year most shows start to get a little stale. But a show that's technically only halfway to that number of episodes probably still some life left in it.

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    Default Re: Warehouse 13 renewed for fifth and final (very) short season.

    Downton Abbey's season is 10 hours
    Selfridge is much the same.
    The BBC's Survivors was 2 seasons of 6

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    Default Re: Warehouse 13 renewed for fifth and final (very) short season.

    What are the chances of a TV WH-13 movie?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Skydiver View Post
    Skiffy must have such a high profit margin on shows that they just can't make it. But sometimes I have to wonder if they have an automatic 'Five and it's done' policy.

    Very few of skiffy's shows are all that great, ratings wise, to begin with. There is such a thing as 'good for us'....as in good ratings for our network. But sometimes it does feel that the bar is set impossibly high, that no show can make the numbers they demand. And since their overabundance of 'unscripted reality' stuff has a higher profit margin, they can pull less numbers and still be deemed a success.

    Defiance will be interesting because it's different. How much of the show's continuing is tied to the game's success and vice versa?


    I think Syfy uses their scripted shows to drum up viewership for their profit making, low budget reality shows. They have a history with their expensive miniseries like Taken and The Lost Room where they lost a lot of money on them but they got people to tune in to be exposed to their ads for their cheaper programming.

    Unfortunately with things like illegal downloading those commercials are no longer being seen by nearly as many people. Syfy has squandered their old scifi base and Defiance is an attempt to get them back. I think we will see more new "scifi" shows on Syfy over the next year as the network desperately tries to reestablish a core audience.

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    This weeks WH13 pulled in barely a million viewers and a 0.4 rating.

    We're darn lucky to get another 6 episodes. Its headed into Stargate Universe and Sanctuary terrority at the end of those shows.

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    Quote Originally Posted by techs View Post
    This weeks WH13 pulled in barely a million viewers and a 0.4 rating.

    We're darn lucky to get another 6 episodes. Its headed into Stargate Universe and Sanctuary terrority at the end of those shows.
    I haven't even seen the most recent episodes yet...are they that bad?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gen. Chris View Post
    I haven't even seen the most recent episodes yet...are they that bad?
    I thought the last two were pretty good.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gen. Chris View Post
    I haven't even seen the most recent episodes yet...are they that bad?
    No, they are not bad at all. My wife and I are still really enjoying this show. Sadly, the two of us watching loyally can't keep it going.

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    W13, It's where I just kick of my "reality shoes" and just go along for the ride with Pete, Myka and the crew.
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    Default Re: Warehouse 13 renewed for fifth and final (very) short season.

    Quote Originally Posted by Gatefan1976 View Post
    W13, It's where I just kick of my "reality shoes" and just go along for the ride with Pete, Myka and the crew.
    sounds like me

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    Default Re: Warehouse 13 renewed for fifth and final (very) short season.

    Man that sucks. Another good show bites the dust I'm running out of scifi shows to watch. Stopped watching Defiance a few weeks ago. Wonder if they'll be any new sci-fi shows on the horizon.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Gen. Chris View Post
    There's still Defiance...


    And I guess the six episodes is to make up for the extra seven episodes season 4 got...

    Hell, even Stargate SG-1 only lasted for five seasons on SyFy, as did SGA...

    SG-1 got 10 season and final. and SGA only five season, But as Sanctuary did not past five but at only four seasons.
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    Cannot believe they are ending this show. I love this show and am going to miss it when it does end.

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