Syfy's Spring Schedule Includes Premiere Dates for Warehouse 13's Final Hurrah, Continuum, and More

By Tim Surette

Feb 14, 2014

Are the March and April pages of your 2014 Hunks of Calendar looking a little bare (that would be Noel and Cory, if you only have the calendar for the pictures)? Well get out the Sharpie, because Syfy has announced its plans for spring, which means we now have premiere dates for Warehouse 13's final season and Continuum's third. Also coming to the niche network's lineup in the next few months are the debuts of Jim Henson's Creature Shop Challenge and the latest Syfy Original Movie, Zodiac: Signs of the Apocalypse, plus a handful of one-off specials! Let's have a look:

Tuesday, March 4 at 10pm: Carvers (original special)

Carvers follows Ray Villafane and Andy Bergholtz, two specialists who can carve just about anything into just about anything. Using knives, the artists for hire make sculptures out of ice, chocolate, wood, and whatever else their clients request. 

Tuesday, March 11 at 10pm: My Big Fat Geek Wedding (original special)

Pretty much what it sounds like. Two self-professed geeks who met online playing Final Fantasy are getting hitched, and they enlist the help of wedding planners to help create the ultimate medieval-themed nuptials. 

Tuesday, March 18 at 10pm: Foxy & Co. (original special)

Former Face-Off contestant Eric Fox gets his own docu-series as he attempts to open an effects shop with the help of fellow former Face-Off contestants Nicole Chilelli, RJ Haddy, and Roy Wooley.

Tuesday, March 25 at 10pm: Jim Henson's Creature Shop Challenge (series premiere)

Like Face-Off, but with Muppet/creature design! This eight-episode reality competition tasks its cast  of contestants with creating mechanized creatures, and the winner will land a job at Jim Henson's Creature Shop. Farscape's Gigi Edgely hosts. 

Friday, April 4 at 10pm: Continuum (Season 3 U.S. premiere)

Kiera is back for more time-traveling police work, this time with that no-good Alec Sadler on the bad side of things. How is she going to escape the Freelancers? See why our own MaryAnn Sleasman named this sci-fi drama her favorite show of 2013!

Monday, April 14 at 9pm: Warehouse 13 (Fifth and final season premiere)

Syfy says "Later!" to one of its beloved original series as Pete, Claudia, Art, and Myka convene for six series-ending episodes of artifact-hunting before the warehouse closes for good. 

Monday, April 14 at 10pm and 10:30pm: Metal Hurlan Chronicles (Series premiere)

This 2012 French series makes it U.S. debut with back-to-back episodes. From the world of the trippy and rockin' Heavy Metal comics, Metal Hurlan Chronicles swaps locations and cast members in every episode as it bounces from planet to planet following civilizations whose future depends on an asteroid. The cast includes Rutger Hauer, Michael Jai White, and Kelly Brook. 

April (specific date TBD): Zodiac: Signs of the Apocalypse (Original movie premiere)

A museum curator gets more than she bargained for when an ancient astrology board shows up at work... an ancient astrology board that could DESTROY THE WORLD! Starring Joel Gretsch, Aaron Douglas, and Andrea Brooks. 

Which shows are you excited for?

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  • TeresaNRoanoke Apr 24, 2014

    Warehouse 13 why does it have to end. They keep canceling all the good shows and bringing in reality contest shows. Boring

  • Billy_Pilgrim Jun 26, 2014

    Reality shows are cheap to make and there is a portion of the population that are not smart enough to know what trash looks like.

  • ensui323 Feb 20, 2014

    warehouse 13

  • ShintiaSilvia Feb 15, 2014

    Warehouse 13

  • torque_smacky Feb 15, 2014

    "Metal Hurlan" is "Heavy Metal" in French. It's bizarre they did not change the name.

    Also, Tim, not every Final Fantasy is medieval (but both online versions are).

  • enctv Feb 15, 2014

    I am excited about Warehouse 13 and Metal Hurlan Chronicles. I conitnue to lament the added reality series to the rooster.

  • zzbeach Feb 15, 2014

    I like Warehouse 13 but the writing has been off for 2 seasons. The news of SyFy programming is underwhelming. I used to watch the Sci Fi Channel every day. Even the afternoon reruns of old shows. Then they strayed away from sci fi and changed the name. Now it's reality shows and wrestling. I haven't watched that channel in over 2 months. It's not just SyFy, all of cable tv is doing this. Throughout the 80's and 90's, the cable channels were niche programming. Each cable channels catered to a select few. Now all of cable is running the same programming. I have 3 MTV channels and 2 VH1 channels and none of them play music videos!

  • jamiedtaylor1 Mar 28, 2014

    This is yet another example of an excellent scifi show that is getting the axe way to early syfy is starting to disappoint me by taking all the good shows off and feeling the space with all this reality crap. if i wanted reality I wouldn't be watching TV. This is suppose to be my escape from reality and its not just the SyFy channel its all of them just like they did to Firefly, except Warehouse 13 at least got a few seasons, where as Firefly was was killed way before it's time just like WH13 because they have barely touched on all the mythology that could be brought in as artifacts. That is all you writers need to do come up with an artifact and what it does and the story will evolve around that.Kirk out.LESS

  • MelodyByard Feb 15, 2014

    I will be sad to see the last of SyFy's last original Science Fiction show go. I will miss you Warehouse 13. For you are the last original Science Fiction show. Once you are gone I know I will not be watching Syfy any more.

  • JolarEQ Feb 18, 2014

    No Continuum? It's a great show, you should give it a watch.

  • BabeRuth Feb 14, 2014

    Not much SyFy anymore. Ghost hunter shows, WWF, makeup shows have pushed out good SciFi away. Remember SG1? Stargate Atlanta, Alphas?

  • Prsnl_Stylst Feb 14, 2014

    I should probably ask this on tvbythenumbers, but does anyone know if Being Human is predicted to be renewed for another season? The ratings were like a .5 but that might be good for Syfy, not sure...

  • ben45tpy Feb 14, 2014

    Remember when SciFi was known for quality original science fiction shows? What happened?

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