USA is lining up their winter premieres and returns, and that includes start dates for the return of Suits, White Collar and Psych, as well as the debut of their new half-hour comedy from Denis Leary, Sirens. Suits will return Thursday, March 6 at 9/8c, after which Sirens will premiere at 10/9c. As for Psych, the beloved series will be back for its eighth season on Wednesday, January 8 at 9/8c.
As summer begins to wind down, USA is gearing up for the start of the fall season, which for the cable channel marks the return of Covert Affairs and White Collar, the debut of the Holiday season reality series It Takes a Choir, and the arrival of the Pritchett and Dunphy families as Modern Family will settle into syndication at USA come late September. NCIS: Los Angeles is another acquisition set to start airing on USA this fall.
Warren Kole isn't the only new face headed to White Collar for the USA series' upcoming fifth season. The series is also adding Bridget Regan, who' s set to play the recurring role of a character who will be getting tangled up with Neal Caffrey on both a personal and a professional level. (Article contains references to the ending of Season 4, so if you aren't caught up, read no further!)
Warren Kole showed us his tidy side in USA's short-lived cop series Common Law, and then he took things to a creepy level when he headed over to Fox for his role in the cult drama The Following. Now it looks like the actor is headed back to USA for a spot on White Collar. The USA series stars Matt Bomer as Neal Caffrey, a "white collar criminal" who now works with the FBI to help them solve crimes. Kole's set to play a recurring role in the series' fifth season,
USA has already announced that both Suits and White Collar will return next year, with Suits set to resume its second season in January, and White Collar ready to resume Season 4 the following week that same month. USA has already begun promoting both series' returns. You can check the promos out ahead for a tease of what's to come.
USA has set the dates for the return of three of the network’s most popular dramas for January of 2013. Get out your calendar if you’re a fan of Suits, Necessary Roughness or White Collar. USA will start premiering the remaining episodes of these shows in the new year starting on January 17th.
Three of USA’s top summer series have been given their renewal orders today. Returning next summer for your viewing pleasure are White Collar, Royal Pains, and Covert Affairs. Royal Pains is the big winner with a vote of confidence from the network in the form of a 26-episode two-season order that will bring the drama up to 6 seasons.
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!
As if the cast of Glee weren’t already good looking enough, it’s about to get even prettier as White Collar’s Matt Bomer is set to guest-star in an episode. Spoilers about the role he’s playing ahead!
If you’re looking for the cast of Rescue Me, you might want to check USA. Callie Thorne (Sheila) plays the starring role in the cable channel’s Necessary Roughness, meanwhile Jack McGee (Chief Reilly) can be seen in the network’s upcoming cop series Common Law, and Steven Pasquale (Sean) has a starring role in USA’s drama pilot Over/Under. Now it looks like Daniel Sunjata, who played Franco in Rescue Me could be headed to USA, assuming things go well for Jeff Eastin’s pilot.
It looks like Jeff Eastin will be doing more business with the USA network. The White Collar creator has another pilot in the works. The drama project was given an order by the USA network, which puts the pilot among some of the other dramas USA has in the works, including Over/Under and Wild Card.
One of the most special moments from this year's Comic-Con happened when Zach Levi took the stage to thank all the fans for their support. His teary-eyed cheers and farewells were utterly believable and totally heartfelt. And, as an even bigger thank you to Chuck fans, they are lining up some superb guest spots for the fifth and final season of the NBC spy comedy. This time they're bringing in the other star of FX' White Collar to help clarify our leading lady's past.
The verdict is in for another USA show. White Collar fans will be pleased to know that the series will be back for a fourth season. This news follows word that the new series Suits would be back for a second season, and that In Plain Sight received a renewal order for a final season.
It wasn't that long ago that, if you asked me to watch a TV show on the USA Network, I would have probably scoffed pretentiously in your direction before asserting that the little cable outlet couldn't possibly have anything to offer a respectable television viewer such as myself. Now, my tune has changed and one of their biggest hits, White Collar, just set up a pretty hairy cameo.
Tomorrow night, USA has Season 2 of Covert Affairs and Season 3 of White Collar set to return for the summer. We have a clip from both series, along with some interesting tidbits about the stars’ thoughts on a possible crossover between both shows.