Amidst the jokes and Campbellís repeated flirtatious remarks to some of the fans, we were given a bit of insight into the making of Burn Notice and one spoilery bit that Iíve included in the list ahead. Keep an eye out for the spoiler warning, in case you donít want to know.
We wanted to do a prequel movie that shows Sam Axe on his last mission as a military guy. You see what happened and how Sam ended up retiring to Miami, and we wanted to know
White Collar is a show that prides itself on being as slick and easy going as con artist Neal Caffrey (Matt Bomer). As the second season picks up you may feel a little lost if you strayed from the series previously.
Iím suddenly craving yogurt and Iím pretty sure I know why. The premiere of the fourth season of Burn Notice is just two weeks away! We have some promos for the new season as well as an episode description to share with you!
USA announced the premiere date for the return of their crime-drama series White Collar as well as the series premiere for Covert Affairs, which stars Piper Perabo.
It might be time for a new installment of Saturday Night Live's favorite new game show, What Is Burn Notice? Clearly a lot of people know exactly what it is, because it's still one of the top-rated shows on cable, and USA just renewed it for two more seasons
USA is shaking things up a bit come January. They've decided to give each of their three returning series -- Burn Notice, Psych and White Collar -- their own nights. Not only that, but they're all on at 10:00 ET, which means they can compete directly with NBC's The Jay Leno Show.
Movie goers looking forward to Quentin Tarantinoís latest film Inglourious Basterds should be sure to tune in to the Burn Notice season finale this month if they want to catch a sneak peek of the film before it premieres in theaters on August 21st.
I have to be honest: When season 2 of Burn Notice ended I was simultaneously excited and concerned about what could happen now that the people behind Michaelís burn notice have been revealed and pulled out.
With the third season of Burn Notice set to premiere this week (Thursday, June 4th), we thought weíd celebrate the return of this fantastic USA series by giving two lucky fans an amazing Burn Notice prize pack. Two winners will receive the first two seasons of the show on DVD and some other cool stuff. (Sorry, yogurt not included.)
Burn Notice is still months and months away from returning. Itís far enough away that I donít particularly want to think about it, instead Iím in So You Think You Can Dance anticipatory mode.
It was pointed out to me recently that ABC is now a chick network. I was asked what shows, aside from Lost, do I seek out each week from the alphabet. I couldnít think of any offhand. The thing is, ABC may be a chick network but The CW is a chick targeting network now. Since the mingling of WB and UPN three years ago the network has turned to girls to drive the audience.
While it was nice of Idol to displace itself for the President, it didn't really matter. American interest in Obama's commentary has waned since his last televised speech. Cable networks, the only place political speeches register in the top ten, saw the address come in right after
Satisfying in every way. Thatís what the season 2 finale of Burn Notice is, and Iím damn glad thatís the case. The only issue is that as the final Westin inner monologue ends you donít want the show to go away. I canít believe we have to commence waiting for season 3, which is going to put the previous two to shame if the finale I watched the other day is any indication.
This is the opening sentence where I say something witty about the upcoming Watchmen movie. One tiny problem, Iíve never read the graphic novel. I have nothing witty to say, so youíre stuck with this lamezor opening