Warehouse 13 (2009–2014)
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Endless 

The team shares stories of their defining moments. Pete has a hard time accepting the end of Warehouse 13. Claudia has a difficult time accepting her future role as the Warehouse caretaker.

Director:

Jack Kenny

Writers:

D. Brent Mote (created by) (as Brent Mote), Jane Espenson (created by) | 1 more credit »
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Cast

Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Eddie McClintock ... Pete Lattimer
Joanne Kelly ... Myka Bering
Saul Rubinek ... Artie Nielsen
Allison Scagliotti ... Claudia Donovan
Aaron Ashmore ... Steve Jinks
Jaime Murray ... H.G. Wells
Genelle Williams ... Leena
Samm Levine ... Scott Mohr
Erick Avari ... Caturanga
CCH Pounder ... Mrs. Irene Frederic
Jack Kenny ... Jack
Anthony Gerbrandt ... Jack the Ripper
Ryan McDonald ... Jonah Roth
Brittany Allen ... Laura Roth
Jeffrey Wetsch ... Mark
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Storyline

The team shares stories of their defining moments. Pete has a hard time accepting the end of Warehouse 13. Claudia has a difficult time accepting her future role as the Warehouse caretaker.

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Certificate:

TV-14
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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

19 May 2014 (USA) See more »

Filming Locations:

Toronto, Ontario, Canada

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Sound Mix:

Dolby Digital | DTS (5.1 surround)

Color:

Color

Aspect Ratio:

16:9 HD
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Trivia

Last show of the series See more »

Goofs

The ranks of the three characters under suspicion for trapping time are: 1st LT-Corporal-Capt. Artie gets all three wrong. See more »

Connections

References The Munsters (1964) See more »

Soundtracks

Mortal Kombat Theme
(uncredited)
Written by The Immortals
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Why?
4 October 2015 | by rdfarnhamSee all my reviews

I have been around and watching TV from the 1950s "golden age" until now and one thing I have never been able to understand is why a network will take a well liked (or even loved) show and end it. There have been hundreds over the years, "Night Court", "M.A.S.H.", "Eureka", "Carol Burnett", the original "Star Trek" and "Warehouse 13" to name but a few. If the show is losing popularity and ratings I can understand it but they keep other shows on long past their time. It seems that there is often no rhyme or reason for how the run of a show is determined. In the 60s they canceled the original "Mission: Impossible" and "Hogan's Heroes" even though both were still popular and had high ratings. I sometimes get the feeling that some idiot on the board of directors just gets a burr under his saddle and cancels a show because he feels like it and wants to prove he is doing something.


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