Source: usatoday


Warehouse 13‘s collection includes more than mysterious, supernatural relics. It has a large assortment of viewers, too.

Syfy’s most-watched series ever (4.1 million viewer average) returns for its second season Tuesday (9 p.m. ET/PT), bringing in an audience with a blend of genres.

The writers “have been able to find a great balance between comedy and drama and suspense with a little bit of horror and science fiction,” says Eddie McClintock, who plays Secret Service agent and warehouse protector Pete Lattimer.

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Source: newsarama


Just about 24 hours after the announcement that Jeph Loeb would head up Marvel Entertainment’s newly created television department, plenty of questions linger. Luckily, we were able to ask them to Loeb himself, speaking to the current Hulk writer, former producer/writer of Lost, SmallvilleHeroes and four-time Eisner Award-winner about his new position as Executive Vice President, Head of Television.

In one of his first interviews since the announcement, Loeb spoke to Newsarama via telephone on what exactly the job entails, the status of existing projects and preliminary future plans for the new TV division.

Jeph, thank you for taking the time to chat with us — it’s been a big week for you! Just to start off with, what’s the timeline been for you in terms of getting this appointment? Can you walk us through a bit of how you ended in this position?

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