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Common Law Cancelled By USA
Yesterday came word that USA had set the return dates for Suits, White Collar and Necessary Roughness. It's not all good news for USA shows, however. It looks like the cable channel has decided not to move forward with their new drama Common Law. The series aired a 12-episode first season, and apparently won't be back for Season 2.
Common Law Review: USA's New Buddy-Cop Series Begins Tonight
Common Law's pilot episode has a lot going for it, including great chemistry between Kole and Ealy, which makes Wes and Travis a charming, exciting duo to watch. But I've only seen one episode, and it's hard to say whether that will be enough to carry the show, or how it develops as the series begins to settle into a groove. I do think things get off to a good start and given time, there's definite potential for Common Law to be another great USA series.
Common Law Set Visit Part 2: Chatting With Michael Ealy, Warren Kole And Jack McGee
Yesterday, I shared the first part of the trip, which included dinner, a screening of the pilot, and a chat with Zreik and the lovely Sonya Walger. Today we have the second part of the experience to share with you, which included a tour of the city, a visit to the set, and a chat with Warren Kole, Michael Ealy, Jack McGee, and once again, Karim Zreik.
Common Law Set Visit Part 1: Sonya Walger And Karim Zreik Discuss USA's New Series
Coming up for USA is a drama series that follows two police detective partners working together in Los Angeles and struggling with their professional relationship. Last December, USA offered me the opportunity to fly down to New Orleans to visit the set of the show and speak with one of the writers, as well as series stars Jack McGee, Warren Kole, Michael Ealy and Sonya Walger.
Common Law Preview: USA's New Promo Lets Us Get To Know Travis And Wes Better
Tomorrow, May is here and with it comes the premiere of USA's new series Common Law, at long last. USA has released a new promo for the series premiere, which gives us a better look at the relationship of detective-parters Wes and Travis.
Common Law Preview: Michael Ealy And Warren Kole Star In USA's New Series
Fans of Michael Ealy will be able to find the actor on the big screen this weekend in the Tim Story directed comedy Think Like a Man. And next month, USA will premiere their new series Common Law, which has Ealy playing one half of a detective partnership that's on the rocks and needs some couples therapy.
USA 2012 Summer Premiere Dates Include Returns Of Burn Notice, White Collar And Covert Affairs
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!
Prison Break's Dominic Purcell To Guest Star On USA's Common Law
Those of us who loved Prison Break now have one more reason to look forward to USA’s upcoming new buddy cop drama Common Law. Dominic Purcell (a.k.a. Lincoln Burrows) is set to guest star in the series.
USA Delays Premiere Of Dysfunctional Cop Dramedy Common Law To Summer 2012
There’s good news and bad news for USA’s upcoming series Common Law. The bad news is, while it was supposed to be getting a late January premiere, USA has decided to push it off to the summer. The good news is, the reason it’s being delayed is because it’s receiving “strong praise,” and the network thinks it can draw a better audience later in the year.
Common Law Preview: Michael Ealy And Warren Kole Man Up In USA's New Series
Next month, USA is set to premiere their new original series Common Law. Starring Michael Ealy and Warren Kole, the series follows two cops who begin couples therapy in an effort to sort out their differences. Check out the trailer for the series to get an idea of what’s in store.
Sonya Walger Signs On For USA's Common Law
Lost fans will appreciate this bit of casting news, as will those of you who watched FlashForward. Word is, British actress Sonya Walger has been cast to play a pretty big role in USA’s upcoming series Common Law.