Warehouse 13 – Season 2
At the end of the first season of Warehouse 13, we saw Artie Nielsen getting blown up by MacPherson who escapes with what he took from the warehouse’s bronze sector. Luckily, Artie had an artefact that saves his life and quickly thereafter Pete and Myka head off to chase MacPherson. A chase that ultimately leads them to meet one of the oldest Warehouse agents still alive: the legendary H.G.Wells!
Sound and Vision:
The image and sound are pretty much of the same nature as the first season. Nothing special, but not really bad either. There’s some issues with noise and grain, and the CGI still looks quite cheap. However, it’s starting to become part of the series’ charm.
The sound does its job, but that’s about all there is to say about it. Not bad, but nothing special either.
– Deleted Scenes
– Episode Commentaries
– Gag Reel
– Ye Olde Curiosity Shoppe
– Video Blogs
Although still not really to write home about, the extras department is getting some more attention.
The second season of Warehouse 13 introduces Jaime Murray as the legendary H.G. Wells, a surprise move that instantly brings a refreshment to the series which actually already worked quite well. The independent episodes with the artefact hunting still keep the viewer interested, but the red line is more prominently present throughout the season and there are more sudden twists present than in the first season.
All in all, season two manages to bring Warehouse 13 to the next level and will surprise many of the original fans while getting more new viewers attached to the show. Warehouse 13 is clearly on its way up and with the surprise ending of this season, we can hardly wait for the next.
Technically the series still looks a bit cheap, but that does add some additional charm to it all. Definitely a series to keep your eye on!