Syfy Sets ‘Warehouse 13’ Premiere, CBS Reveals ‘Unforgettable’ Return & More!


Syfy Sets ‘Warehouse 13’ Premiere, CBS Reveals ‘Unforgettable’ Return & More!


Today has been filled with exciting premiere announcements for both the Syfy and CBS networks. Well, we’re here to break down all the premiere dates for you, in addition to some CBS scheduling changes.

Let’s start with Syfy. Earlier today, the network announced that the final season of ‘Warehouse 13,’ starring Eddie McClintock, Saul Rubinek and Joanne Kelly, will premiere on Monday, April 14 at 9/8c. The last season is said to consist of six “very poignant” episodes.

In other Syfy news, ‘Jim Henson’s Creature Shop Challenge’ will make its debut on Tuesday, March 25 at 10/9c. For ‘Continuum’ and Rachel Nichols fans, Season 3 will open up on Friday, April 4 at 10/9c.

Syfy is also airing Tuesday-night one-off specials, including ‘Carvers’ on March 4, ‘My Big Fat Geek Wedding’ on March 11, and ‘Foxy & Co.’ (this follows former ‘Face Off’ contestant Eric Fox) on March 18.

Syfy Sets ‘Warehouse 13’ Premiere, CBS Reveals ‘Unforgettable’ Return & More!

Moving onto CBS. Before we get into the premiere dates, the network is making some changes to its Thursday night lineup. Starting Thursday, Feb. 27, ‘The Crazy Ones’ and ‘Two and a Half Men’ will swap timeslots. This means, ‘The Crazy Ones’ will air at 9:30/8:30c, while ‘Men’ will air at 9/8c.

Now for the premiere dates, which includes a returning series and a brand new comedy!

For those anxiously awaiting the arrival of Ari Graynor’s ‘Bad Teacher,’ the single-camera comedy will debut on Thursday, April 24 and will takeover ‘The Crazy Ones’ 9:30 timeslot, meaning the Sarah Michelle Gellar and Robin Williams comedy will have completed its 22-episode Season 1 run by then.

Lastly, the Poppy Montgomery drama ‘Unforgettable’ will officially resume Season 2 on Friday, April 4 at 8/7c.

- Warehouse 13
- Continuum
- Unforgettable
- Bad Teacher
- Jim Henson's Creature Shop Challenge
- The Crazy Ones
- Two and a Half Men
- Poppy Montgomery
- Ari Graynor
- Syfy

Written by: akoerner
Feb 14th, 2014, 1:43 pm

Images courtesy of Syfy, CBS


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Message Posted On Feb 15th, 2014, 8:43 pm

Like Anonymous above I to thought Warehouse 13 had already ended which means it must have lost my attention somewhere along the way. Being an avid Sci-Fi fan who will watch any halfway decent show, losing my attention is tough to do unless it dips significantly under half-way. I will miss a show that had plenty of story potential (a whole warehouse full) but could not seem to rise above the ground floor. If it had taken itself a bit more seriously and maybe gone a bit darker then I think it could have lasted a bit longer.

Very much looking forward to Continuum which has been unrolling the underlying story within a story at a snails pace and ensuring that the watcher can't assume that the characters and their motives are taken at face value. 

Somewhat surprised that Unforgettable is continuing. It is watchable but uses Poppy's genetic twist to accomplish what most detectives (i.e. Sherlock) do which is observe and then deduce something from assorted facts and trivia and then solve a crime.  Even CBS' Intelligence has jumped on to that bandwagon with a show whos premise is putting a microchip into an ex-Navy Seal's brain that allows the agent to build a virtual evidence wall they can "see".  Unforgettable got there before Intelligence but these are still just police procedurals with the central character given a "superpower".  Once the newness of that gimmick wears off the show is going to need something more substantial to stay afloat. During the first season Unforgettable relied on the gimmick. Hopefully season 2 will rely on better writing.


Message Posted On Feb 15th, 2014, 6:03 am
I thought Warehouse 13 had already ended. The acting was poor and stories were dumb. No sane organization would employ those half wits.

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Message Posted On Feb 14th, 2014, 3:38 pm

Just FYI for eager beavers like me Continuum airs a few weeks earlier in Canada on the Showcase channel, March 16th.

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