The Summer TV season is upon us. With new shows like Extant, Rush and Tyrant -- among others -- joining the lineup, and returning series like True Blood, Doctor Who, Under the Dome, Defiance and Graceland lined up, TV has plenty to offer us this summer.
Summer's a big season for USA and this one is no exception. In addition to scheduling the return dates for Royal Pains, Suits and Graceland, the cable network has released two trailers and premiere dates for their newest hour-longs, Rush and Satisfaction, both of which are slated to debut Thursday, July 17. Watch the trailer for Rush above!
The Onion's video poking fun at USA's sun-soaked line-up of original programming did not go ignored by the cable TV network. The Onion ran a parody news broadcast of USA's announcement of their renewal of "all 90 of its current shows," including "Burn Collar" and "Covert Notice," and other original series featuring "beautiful experts pretending to be something they're not in dazzling locations." The fake announcement, which takes a jab at USA's preference for finding the lighter side of crime investigations...
Graceland is an oasis, a beachfront property in California that was seized by the government and now houses a hodgepodge of law enforcement agents from different organizations. Itís a gorgeous home in a gorgeous location, replete with a chore wheel. However, inside its walls, there are plenty of people living on top of one another, each working different covers and keeping different secrets.
USA debuted Jeff Eastin's new drama series Graceland last night, and those who missed it can watch the full pilot episode in its entirety above. The series premiere introduced us to Mike Warren (Aaron Tveit), a rookie FBI agent who's fresh out of Quantico and assigned to live with a group of undercover law enforcers in a Southern California beachfront house referred to as "Graceland."
Those eager to get a look at USA's upcoming new summer series Graceland will have the opportunity to glimpse the series premiere ahead of its June 6 debut. USA announced today that they'll be making the full pilot episode of Jeff Eastin's exciting-looking drama available on most of the major cable carriers' on demand services for a limited time, starting later this month.
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.
Last night, those who tuned into USA for the White Collar season finale were treated to a new sneak peek at Jeff Eastin's upcoming new summer drama Graceland. Clocking in at more than three minutes, the video, which you can watch ahead, gives us a better look at USA's latest law enforcer-focused series, which prompts flashbacks of Point Break and Training Day, set in a typically colorful USA backdrop.
Some of us are still getting over the news that USA has cancelled two of their series. While many will likely miss Fairly Legal and Common Law, there are new things on the horizon for USA, including Jeff Eastin's new series Graceland, which has officially begun production this week.
We still have months to wait for the premiere of Jeff Eastin's new USA series Graceland, but the network has generously offered us a sneak peek at the project, which has less to do with Elvis than you might suspect by the title. Check out the preview for the drama series ahead!
The Matt Bomer-starring White Collar is headed into its fourth season later this month at USA, and now it looks like the cable network is prepared to move forward with another Jeff Eastin creation. And it just so happens that this one also has something to do with law enforcement. In fact, it has a lot to do with law enforcement.