Cabler gives fourth season renewal to show
Syfy has given a fourth season renewal to scripted drama “Warehouse 13.”
Series about government agents who work for a top secret org in South Dakota investigating paranormal activity ranks as the cabler’s most-watched skein. Through the first five episodes of its third season, “Warehouse” is averaging about 3.1 million viewers.
Syfy original content chief Mark Stern praised “Warehouse” exec producer Jack Kenny’s leadership and the show’s “superlative team of writers, cast and crew” for the success of the series.
After wrapping its current season in the fall, the Universal Cable Prods. drama will return in 2012.