Warehouse 13, Season 5

Warehouse 13, Season 5

Warehouse 13

  • Genre: Warehouse 13
  • Release Date: 2014-04-14
  • Advisory Rating: TV-14
  • Episodes: 9
  • iTunes Price: USD 9.99
  • iTunes HD Price: USD 14.99


Picking up where the series left off, Warehouse 13 kicks off with the shocking revelation that a vengeful Artie has infected not only the team but the entire world with the deadly Black Orchid Artifact. If Pete, Myka, Claudia and Steve are unable to contain the damage within 24 hours, the world will face a pandemic the likes of which has not been seen since the Dark Ages. Once the events of the season premiere are resolved, the team realizes they must quickly get back to the important business at hand as Warehouse 13 Agents - guarding and protecting an unsuspecting world by "snagging, bagging and tagging" dangerous artifacts.


Title Time Price
1 A Faire to Remember 42:41 USD 1.99 Buy on iTunes
2 Cangku Shisi 43:01 USD 1.99 Buy on iTunes
3 Endless Terror 43:02 USD 1.99 Buy on iTunes
4 Endless 43:47 USD 1.99 Buy on iTunes
5 Savage Seduction 42:58 USD 1.99 Buy on iTunes
6 Season 5 Sneak Peek 01:21 Free Buy on iTunes
7 Secret Service 43:01 USD 1.99 Buy on iTunes
8 The Final Season: The Cast and Crew Look 06:32 Free Buy on iTunes
9 The Final Season: The Last Day On Set 05:51 Free Buy on iTunes



  • Bring Back SciFi - Get Rid of SyFy

    By DJ Lee
    6 Episodes - you half-murdered the series and just couldn't give us one more full year of such a great show. Does SyFy just hate profits? You do make profit from these episodes sold on iTunes right ? Season 5 is great - the performers put on a wonderful story, it is a shame that SyFy is still living with a 'Cable TV' minded vision for their shows. Selling shows on iTunes the day after they air - is a great way to make money. Discounting pre-season sales for shows also drives profits. CAPRICA is another victim - it should have had a second season - direct to iTunes - if they wanted an experiment. How about switching the format around - Sell shows on iTunes First, and a month later that show pops up on TV. Fans will buy the season - while just casual viewers will wait for the show on the TV.
  • Definitely one of my favorite sci-fi shows

    By jadetorchwood
    Over the years, Warehouse 13 became one of my favorite science fiction shows. The stories and characters were enjoyable and fun to watch. I was sad to hear that Syfy was not only giving Season 5 six episodes but cancelling the show. Warehouse 13, along with its fellow cancelled Syfy show, Eureka, were the only reasons why I watched that channel. I'm going to miss watching this show on Mondays. Warehouse 13 is highly entertaining.
  • Don't Blame Syfy

    By vampires & mopars
    I agree with the review by BillBoz, except (from what I have read) its not Syfy who should be blamed but NBC (owner of Syfy) it sounds like Syfy had to beg NBC to get us any season 5 at all. There is blame, but it not as easy as Syfy.
  • Finishing out the final season

    By BillBoz
    I have purchased every single episode of this wonderfully fun and entertaining science fiction series. It starts out a little awkward as the characters fall into their rhythms but soon you will be hooked. Nerdy and funny, mind blowing and adventuresome, this show could have developed so many more story lines… but the executives at the Sci-Fy channel have turned their blind eyes away from the creative and they only seem to be fascinated with the “paranormal” crap that they dish out year after bloody year. So sad to see this show ending after this half a dozen remaining episodes. It will always stay in my prized collection; along with some Outer Limits Originals in B/W from the 60’s. I do NOT recommend this show to young kids, as it is not made for them! It is for older teens and adults. Some suggestive humor and edgy social situations pop up now and then, but despite any of that, this show should tickle the fancy of most reasonable mature people. I will miss you guys. SciFy needs to wake up and smell the toast… they are giving up on a good thing here!
  • Fumble on the one-yard line

    By psagers
    Coming off a magnificent season 4a and an okay 4b, season 5 resembles nothing so much as weak fan fiction. Like a kid at the grown-up table, the final six episodes parrot the form of the show with no understanding of the substance. History is discarded, relationships are recut from whole cloth, and the plots are empty shells. I recommend ignoring this season entirely and making up your own ending to the series. It will almost certainly be more satisfying.
  • Good bye to a great show

    By Shiniyuki
    I shall miss this show with all my heart. All the good ones are canceled. This was the most intriguing show always keeping you on your toes.
  • Loved the first couple of episodes in the first season

    By 991tts
    After that, this show went downhill and became a kiddie SciFi show for those who A. Do not have a clue about good SciFi stories and B. Love an infantile kind of humor which is more the silly type and not the intelligent and mature one. This show is for a mature audience? Good joke.
  • So good

    By bartowski12
    I love Warehouse and am so sad it is over. Now that this and Eureka have been cancelled I probably won't be watching Syfy anymore. It is a shame that it is only the good shows that are taken off.