Syfy Expands 'Warehouse 13' Season With More Episodes

The fourth season will now have 20 episodes instead of 13.
"Warehouse 13"  SyFy

Syfy is going ahead and ordering additional episodes for Warehouse 13, pushing the fourth season total to 20 episodes, a source tells The Hollywood Reporter.

The news comes after Warehouse 13 wrapped up its third season, the highest-rated among adults 18-49 for the franchise thus far. In viewership, it averaged more than 2 million viewers.

Created by Jack Kenny, Warehouse 13 centers on two agents (Joanne Kelly and Eddie McClintock) working at a government-operated warehouse that holds special artifacts.

The cable network officially renewed the hourlong drama last summer with a 13-episode pickup.

Last May, THR broke the news that Syfy, which axed plans for a sixth season of Eureka, was developing a potential spinoff starring Warehouse 13 character H.G. Wells.

At Comic-Con, Kenny talked about the status of the project, saying that it is in "very early planning stages" but has "gotten Syfy interested in the notion."

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