Warehouse 13 is preparing to open its doors again — in an all-new timeslot.
The Syfy series is set to launch the second half of its fourth season on Monday, April 29 at 10/9c.
The Warehouse premiere picks up immediately where the midseason finale left off, with Artie infecting the team with the Black Orchid Artifact’s deadly ‘Sweating Sickness.’
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• Despite the Netflix CEO referring to Arrested Development‘s upcoming revival as a “one-off” and “non-repeatable” during a Monday conference call, the streaming service’s rep is singing another tune, telling Hitfix: “We’re hopeful there will be more seasons…. If anyone can pull it together, it’s going to be [Netflix’s chief content officer Ted Sarandos]. But by no means is this the end of it. We’re definitely planning to do more with them.”
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• FX has ordered a horror/drama script from Sons of Anarchy creator Kurt Sutter and former Hell on Wheels showrunner John Shiban. Based on an idea from Sutter, the project — titled Lucas Stand — is described as “the salvation quest of a damaged former Special Ops soldier who has been chosen to traverse time and place to hunt down and kill Hell’s law-breaking demons.”
• Rick Springfield is making his way back to General Hospital — and his real-life son is coming with him. Per People.com, the ’80s icon will reprise his role as Dr. Noah Drake for a handful of episodes this April, while son Liam Springthorpe will play an undercover cop.
• Michael Jackson’s son Prince will make his acting debut on an upcoming episode of 90210, per The Hollywood Reporter. He’ll play a trauma victim who bonds with Silver.
• Rachel Griffiths (Brothers & Sisters) has landed the lead in NBC’s Meatballs-like 10-episode summer series Camp, playing the director of the titular destination.
• TBS has renewed its competition series King of the Nerds for a second season.
And in the latest round of All My Children casting news:
• Ryan Bittle (Sweet Valley High, Dawson’s Creek) will play JR Chandler in the upcoming iTunes/Hulu revival, per Soap Opera Network. He’ll replace Jacob Young, who has since moved on to The Bold and the Beautiful. SON also reports that Eric Nelsen will play JR’s now-older son AJ, and America’s Next Top Model winner Sal Stowers will portray Angie’s adopted daughter Cassandra.
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