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Warehouse 13 5 Seasons 2011

Amazon Instant Video

Season 3
(97) IMDb 8/10

1. The New Guy AGES_12_AND_OVER

Warehouse 13's newest agent, Steve Jinks, is on his first assignment accompanying Pete to solve mysterious deaths related to a secret banking conference in Denver. Assigned FBI Agent on the scene Sally Stukowski is less than cooperative, so Pete seeks the help of former agent Myka to interpret the phrases recited by the victims before dying.

Starring:
Eddie McClintock,Joanne Kelly
Runtime:
43 minutes

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Season 3

Product Details

Genres Drama, Science Fiction
Director Stephen Surjik
Starring Eddie McClintock, Joanne Kelly
Supporting actors Saul Rubinek, Allison Scagliotti
Season year 2011
Network NBC Universal
Purchase rights Stream instantly and download to 2 locations Details
Format Amazon Instant Video (streaming online video and digital download)

Customer Reviews

4.6 out of 5 stars

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By MC on 17 Oct. 2013
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This DVD set contains all of season three episodes, including the Christmas episode from Season 3, which was not included in the U.S. (Region 1) version. You do need to use a Region-free player (either hardware or software) to watch these, if you are not in Great Britain, but that was no problem. Quality is excellent, as expected, since these are produced by the studio.

If you don't own Season 3 yet, I would highly recommend that you purchase this set, rather than the Region 1, so you can get the Christmas episode. Most people who seriously collect DVDs usually have a region-free DVD player anyway and if you don't, you can purchase one quite cheaply. Bing it.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Call me Al TOP 1000 REVIEWER on 9 Sept. 2014
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Series 3 bursts onto the screen like an unrepentant prodigal child with Claudia playing Jimi Hendrix’s guitar and the puzzle of a cursed Shakespearean folio.

The plots are still as joyously contrived as ever and the cast seem very comfortable with each other. Pete Lattimer is on top form from the start – wise cracking, brash and vulnerable. Although we know Pete is a softie with a troubled past, his encounter with his ex-wife played by Star Trek’s liberated Borg actor Jeri Ryan was touching & endearing as was the examination of his reaction to Myka’s abrupt departure in the previous series. New team member Steve Jinks fits effortlessly into the Warehouse team, providing further opportunities for humorous interactions. Arti’s relationship with former bionic woman Lindsay Wagner’s Dr Calder is a welcome contrast to Claudia’s Tigger type personality – bubbly, bouncing, effervescent and bursting with energy. The appearance of Kate Mulgrew (Star Trek Voyager’s Captain Janeway) provides further opportunities for plot development.

Warehouse 13 continues to reference previous SF classics and episode six sees Pete and Claudia enter a fantasy video game which nods to David Cronenberg’s brilliant 1999 film eXistenZ. However, the reappearance of H G Wells forebodes darker times. Later episodes see the Regents take a more central role in the narrative and the tone is not so upbeat. Tagged at the end of the series is the extra bonus episode 'Secret Santa', where the levity of previous times is reprised with more than a nod to Frank Capra’s ‘It’s a Wonderful Life’.
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8 of 9 people found the following review helpful By GazIsNotPlayingOut on 4 Oct. 2012
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I have read the reviews left for this show and although i never really review things myself i feel i must interject. I have just finished watching season 3 of the show that in my opinion has gone from strength to strength.

I think that it is unfair to say the humour is 'slapstick' and that the lead female wonders around with her mouth perminantly agasp with shock as this is simply not the case. The characters of Myka and Pete have developed nicely over the past 3 seasons and share an on screen chemistry that is unlike any i have seen for a long time. The humour (especially from Pete) is well thought out and executed, the story lines are well written and the ending has left me drooling for season 4.

Ok, admittedly this show is unlikly to be considered one of the greats like 24 or Prison Break but then thats probably because this show is nothing like 24 or prison break, it is unique, there hasn't been anything else like it and thats what i love the most about it but it won't be everyone's cup of tea.

If I was to take any issue with this show it is that it simply isn't long enough. 13 Episodes needs more!
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8 of 9 people found the following review helpful By Roger Boyle on 6 Dec. 2012
Format: DVD
I've watched this series develop over the last 3 seasons and feel it has gone from strength to strength
It isn't ground breaking drama but it is good fun and doesn't take itself too seriously
Love all the chameo appearances of various Star Trek cast members and I like the way it interweaves stories (eg including the 1960's agents again in this series)
I enjoyed HG Well's romp in victorian times and I think this "Steam Punk" version of the Warehouse shows what Torchwood should have been like!!
All in all a nice way to pass a few winter hours
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By mrs s r smith on 10 Dec. 2012
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This is one of my faves have watched it a few times its a great box set something you can get into very quick
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By booboolina on 30 Jan. 2014
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Ok well first of all, THANK YOU!!! Last season every 'make over' of Myka was completely underwhelming. This time however wow! She looks like a different woman! Fabulous straightened hair, subtle make up, nice dress sense (unlike the previous unflattering too tight tops). So that was a good start for me. Now onto the important stuff. I really enjoyed this season! The shocker that made me cry. Lots of laughs. Even more fun! The only downside for me was the one episode in the past of HG Wells and the Rocket. I actually found that one rather boring. Other than that a really nice box set and now that I am onto season 4 i am already a little sad it will soon be over.
Warehouse 13 is not in the same class as Fringe. But it is a definite easy watch and a lot of fun!
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I like the comfy feel of this series. Yes i know that the series is somewhat formulaic and its not everybody's cup of tea but there is a certain old world charm about the gadgetry. It does strike me that some of the artefacts which the warehouse retains would be better being destroyed. However this is a minor point in a series where the relationships between the team that run the warehouse has been slowly built up.Each character has their own definite quirks. Will the two main characters get together or not is a long running tease but bearable. The addition of HG Wells to the team at times has been a great idea .If you like fantasy you'll probably love it even though HG Wells appears to be female !
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