A year after popping up in the CBS series Intelligence and five years after Lost ended its lengthy run, Josh Holloway is returning to television. He's also teaming up with Lost creator Carlton Cuse for his next big project. Everything's coming up Lost this week.
Eliza Coupe just canít catch a break. The actress nabbed a role in USAís Benched, which seems like good news, right? Unfortunately, today the network has decided to cancel Bench after just one season. Talk about ending too soon.
Itís always tough for fans when a show gets canceled, but it is worse when the fans arenít totally expecting the cancelation. Such is the case with Covert Affairs, a USA series that wrapped up its fifth season in the middle of December with a cliffhanger episode.
Apparently, USA is ready to jump on that hacking bandwagon. This week, the network announced that it has signed on for a brand new hacking drama that will oddly be called Mr. Robot.
Get excited, UFO fans. It looks like weíre getting a television show about aliens! USA network has just picked up a project being developed by Gary Dauberman called The Terrestrial. It actually sounds fairly interesting and you can learn more after the jump!
While Michael C. Hall is headed in the direction of the unproduced Stanley Kubrick screenplay God Fearing Man, his Dexter co-star Jennifer Carpenter is headed to the other side of the world for her next project. (At least, a set thatís presented to look as if itís on the other side of the world.)
The show is currently airing the first part of its fourth season, and has been doing quite well as part of USAís summer programming cycle. With a split-season format that seems to be working for the network, itís no surprise that USA would want to bring Suits back for another round of snarky, pop-culture ridden dialogue and plotlines.
Between A&E's Bates Motel and FX's new drama The Strain, Carl Cuse's influence is all over basic cable these days, and that may be expanding even further as USA has announced plans to move forward with a drama pilot by Carlton Cuse and Ryan Condal called Colony.
Sex, love and money. It isnít just a song by Mos Def; itís the trifecta for a supposed happy life. With its newest drama Satisfaction, USA peels the protective layer off of that trio and tries to expose something about humanity that doesnít always get conveyed properly in this modern era of ďME!Ē
If thereís one network that television series execs should feel comfortable about joining, itís USA, a channel that doesnít seem capable of canceling any show during its prime. The latest series lucky enough to get an extension is the public service comedy Sirens, which has officially flipped its lights on for a Season 2 return in 2015.
Suits has never been afraid to be a little over-the-top, and with the drama hitting USAís schedule for a fourth season this Wednesday, we expect the series to offer some more thrilling curveballs, especially considering the myriad of ways Season 3 panned out for the showís various characters.
The description for USA's Complications starts out sounding like a USA series. Well, the part about the suburban ER doctor does. But nothing else about the intense looking drama seems to fit the USA mold, which generally mixes a colorful backdrop with quirky characters and unusual situations.
Dr. William Rush is among the newest characters arriving at USA this summer. Tom Ellis plays the title role in Jonathan Levine's drama about a "medical fixer" who takes care of the medical needs of Los Angeles' elite. Of course, Rush's services don't come cheap, but no one said quality and discretion does. The new trailer shows Ellis ushering an inebriated woman toward the emergency room, and later preparing to assist a man who broke his something.
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!
There's bad news if you're a Psych fan. USA dropped the word today that the series' remaining episodes will be the show's last. Following a feature-length musical episode that aired late last year, the series debuted its eighth season last month and it's been confirmed that Season 8 will be the last. But all hope isn't entirely lost!