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SyFy Defiance and Warehouse 13 Season 4 Get Rumored Premiere Dates

Posted By: Matt McGloin
Wed, 09/12/2012 - 15:26


In what may be leaked documents from the SyFy channel, the premiere dates for Defiance and the second half of season 4 of Warehouse 13 have apparently become known.

TVWise posted two pdf's that reveal the dates along with the show descriptions and synopsis.

Update to clear things up: The pilot for Defiance premiers on 4/15/2013 at 9pm. Warehouse 13 season 4 premiers 4/22/13 at 9pm ET, followed by the regular time slot for Defiance at 10pm.

Defiance, the new hybrid MMO/TV series on SyFy, looks to have a 9pm Monday, April 15th, 2013 2-hour pilot, with the show in its regular Monday time slot starting April 22nd at 10pm ET.

Here's the Defiance description:

The first of its kind, Defiance is the quintessential media property created with Igniters in mind— sparking their imaginations while encouraging them to truly open their minds to what is possible.

Set on Earth thirty years in the future, Defiance is a story of courage and survival on a new frontier where humans and aliens must band together to defend their very existence. United they stand. Divided they fall. It’s do or die in the small town of Defiance.

Defiance is written by Emmy® Award Winner Kevin Murphy (Desperate Housewives, Ed) and stars Grant Bowler (True Blood), Julie Benz (Dexter) and Jaime Murray (Warehouse 13)

Regarding the second half of season 4 of Warehouse 13, we see it will have a April 22, 2013 premiere at 9pm Mondays.

Here's the description for Warehouse 13:

Bigger secrets. Deeper conspiracies. America’s best-kept secret agents are back for another season of mysteries, as they continue to investigate– and protect– the powerful items hidden in the government’s supernatural storehouse, Warehouse 13.

In this season, the most powerful artifact yet will be revealed -- and unleashed on the world with unprecedented consequences. Plus, the team will face an archenemy even they might not be able to defeat.

Stars Eddie McClintock, Joanne Kelly, Saul Rubinek, and Allison Scagliotti. Executive Produced by Jack Kenny (Titus, Caroline in the City), and written in part by Jane Espenson (Buffy The Vampire Slayer, Battlestar Galactica)