USA is ready to launch this summer's lineup of programming, which includes both returning hits and the launch of two new programs. The network has set premiere dates for the return of Suits, Covert Affairs, Royal Pains, Necessary Roughness and Burn Notice, along with the launches of a new drama, Graceland, and a reality series called Summer Camp.
It's a good week to be a Petrelli brother. Just yesterday, we shared the news that Heroes' Milo Ventimiglia's Crackle series Chosen has been renewed for a second season, and today comes word that Adrian Pasdar, who played Ventimiglia's brother in the NBC superhero drama, is sticking around USA for a recurring role in the network's popular action-drama Burn Notice for a major multi-episode arc.
USA's action drama Burn Notice is currently airing its sixth season, and today comes word that the network has renewed the series for Season 7. Not only does this mean more than a dozen episodes added to the series, but the order will bring the show to its 100-episode milestone early in in Season 7.
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Burn Notice is adding some new guest stars to add fuel to the fire this season. Coming on board for a two-episode appearance is comedian Patton Oswalt, who will play a smuggler whose assistance comes at a high price. Also tapped for a guest appearance this season is The Wireís Sonja Sohn, who will be on the other side of the law in a recurring role.
USA knows how to do summer right for television. Over the last few years, the network has slowly but steadily built up a solid collection of original series, which almost makes us forget to miss Monk. The network released the premiere dates for new and returning summer series. Check them out ahead to see when your favorites are coming back!
My first full day at Comic Con entailed a lot of sitting and waiting in Ballroom 20. If you havenít already checked out the detailed coverage of Game of Thrones from here in San Diego, you should put that on your immediate to do list.
At last yearís Comic-Con, USA announced that Bruce Campbellís character Sam Axe would be getting his own prequel movie. This year, the film will make its DVD debut at the convention and will have its very own panel. USA announced the times and locations for the panels for Burn Notice: The Fall of Sam Axe, and two other popular series. Also find out how you can win a trip to San Diego for Comic-Con!
Hearing any news related to actress Charisma Carpenter usually inspires me to think of her role as Cordelia in Buffy the Vampire Slayer and Angel, however the role sheíll be playing in an upcoming episode of Burn Notice actually sounds a bit more like the woman she played in Veronica Mars.
As some of USAís best original programming airs during the summer, itís likely that there are plenty of people waiting to know when shows like Burn Notice and White Collar will return. Well, wait no further. USAís 2011 Summer schedule is up and we have it here. It includes news series Suits and Necessary Roughness, both of which sound like winners.
Cinema Blend is celebrating Ash Wednesday the Bruce Campbell way today, which is why it seemed like a good idea to remind those of you who canít get enough Campbell that in just over a month, Burn Notice: The Fall of Sam Axe will premiere on USA.
If youíve been looking forward to the Burn Notice prequel movie, Burn Notice: The Fall of Sam Axe, youíll be happy to know that USA has set a premiere date.
Whether they were saving the day, solving or fighting crime, making us laugh, making us gasp or delivering one great moment after another, 2010 had no shortage of great male characters.
USA announced today that Burn Notice star Jeffrey Donovan will be directing the upcoming prequel movie starring Bruce Campbell.
If youíre a fan of USAís shows, we have some updates on the fate of Psych, Burn Notice, Royal Pains, White Collar and the new series Facing Kate.