Parents' Guide to

Warehouse 13

By Will Wade, Common Sense Media Reviewer

age 12+

Agents track mystical objects in fun supernatural series.

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What you will—and won't—find in this TV show.

Community Reviews

age 12+

Based on 12 parent reviews

age 13+

Warehouse 13 a delicious delightful series

I really enjoyed the series Im really sad that season 5 is the last it kept me engaged In the story line very believable cast I was really glad and exciting when I saw my favorite actors first I saw Jeri Ryan Seven of nine from Star Trek as well as Kate mulgrew when these 2 actresses work together you can always expect awesomeness as well as Lindsey Wagner the only one I had to force myself to believe is Brent Spiner I know he played lot on Sunday but this was way dark for him not something people are used to seeing in this actor it seemed he two although trying to deliver his lines well I have never seen him struggle before almost a sense of fear or dread and when the wearhouse switched timelines we were on the verge of borg Technology I'm glad it was brief claud mica Pete so adorable artiie awesome and jinx I love him. Bring him up perfectly wonderful I'm so pleased that the GLBT community is and was represented in this series way to go to the writers and jinx himself for a positive representation of our community I think that is very important that all walks of life are represented in. Good role model way that represents every one I have to admit jinx fooled me for a bit when he switched sides like that then Mrs Frederick had to discipline him which is not disclosed so we were left sad until we got what he was doing. See ABC can learn something here when they left us hanging in cliffhanger zone on v 2009 where that story line has paused

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Too much violence
age 18+

Started watching reruns off off ImDb TV

Started watching reruns off off ImDb TV , not bad. in season one, we'll see.

Is It Any Good?

Our review:
Parents say (12):
Kids say (15):

The characters of Lattimer and Bering are a good combination for this assignment. Her by-the-book attitude makes her ready for any crisis, while his ability to sense when the "vibes" are "off" helps him accept that some of their missions involve powers beyond their comprehension. But the actors playing the parts lack chemistry; it's sometimes tough to believe them in the roles because they don't always seem to buy into the premise themselves. They treat the amazing as the ordinary, which makes the show less than amazing for the viewer.

The best part of the series is watching Artie shamble around the warehouse, looking for a specific item or reshelving some of the many odd objects that always seem to be lying about. He accepts that these relics are powerful, though he isn't always certain why, giving him a childlike sense of wonder. But once the show moves into the field, the agents' missions seem much like the tasks on so many other shows about covert agencies. Bottom line? It's fun, but ultimately Warehouse 13 plays like the love child of a less-whimsical Men in Black and a less serious version of The X-Files.

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