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Season 4 Of Warehouse 13 (Featuring Brent Spiner) Kicks Off Tonight – Preview Vid & Pix July 23, 2012

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On tonight’s fourth season premiere of Syfy’s Warehouse 13, Star Trek: The Next Generation’s Brent Spiner joins the show in a recurring role. We have images from tonight’s episode along with video for season 4 to get you started. Check it all out below.    

 

Brent Spiner joins Warehouse 13

The fourth season of Warehouse 13 premieres tonight on Syfy at 9PM and the episode "A New Hope" will introduce Brent Spiner is his recurring role as Brother Adrian. Here are preview images of Spiner on Warehouse 13.

And here is the San Diego Comic Con reel which features some clips of Spiner.

And finally a sneak peek at tonight’s episode (without Spiner).

Alphas S2 also starts tonight

Also premiering tonight on Syfy is the second season of Alphas (at 8P). The show about humans with special abilities was co-created by Star Trek: DS9 writer/producer vet Robert Hewitt Wolfe. Here is their Comic Con reel for S2.

 

Comments

1. DennisT - July 23, 2012

It’s wonderful that he has found work again after the ‘incident’ oulined in his online Fresh Hell series.

2. T'Cal - July 23, 2012

Data and Kivas Fajo! Together! AGAIN!!

3. Craig - July 23, 2012

Great can’t wait, only show I can watch on not SYFY.

4. Steve J. - July 23, 2012

#2…I’d love to hear the Brother Adrian character say to Artie at some point: “Now I have the most toys!” Or something like that!

5. CmdrR - July 23, 2012

The character seems tailor-made for cosplay at Dragon-Con.

6. Trek Or Treat - July 23, 2012

I thought I read once that this was SyFy’s highest rated show ever. I never really got into it. If it is/was higher rated than Battlestar Galactica, then that is a crime.

7. crazydaystrom - July 23, 2012

R.I.P
Sally Ride, the first American woman astronaut and inspiration to many.

:-(

8. crazydaystrom - July 23, 2012

Or rather, first American woman in space.

9. Thorny - July 23, 2012

Sally Ride was the face of NASA during one of the most exciting periods of the space age. In 1983, the universe seemed wide open. We had two Shuttles in service with Challenger joining Columbia in the fleet and a third (DIscovery) was delivered to Kennedy for first flight the next year. Sally Ride became the first U.S. woman in space, Guy Bluford became the first African-American in space, and Ulf Merbold of Germany became the first foreign astronaut to fly aboard the Shuttle. But Ride’s flight on STS-7 stood out, spaceflight was no longer restricted to white male military or ex-military officers and test pilots. Any American could genuinely believe that they could go as far as talent would take them, regardless of age, race, or gender. The final frontier had been opened to all.

10. shpock - July 23, 2012

yes, RIP Sally Ride, but…

we’re discussing the feasibility of preserving the scent of bubble gum.

11. Carter - July 25, 2012

I have watched Warehouse 13 since season 1, and my dad used to watch Star Trek: The Next Generation, so at this point I have him finally watching my show. I always recommend Warehouse 13 to all of my coworkers, at Dish, too, and they all have loved it. I didn’t get a chance to watch the season premiere live on Monday, but it is on Dish Online for free, so I watched it this morning to make sure I didn’t miss it. The guest stars this season seem to be some of the best we’ve seen on a Syfy show; I can’t wait for the rest of the season!

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