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White Collar Season 2 To Premiere With Covert Affairs This July
USA announced the premiere date for the return of their crime-drama series White Collar as well as the series premiere for Covert Affairs, which stars Piper Perabo.
White Collar follows a con artist (Matt Bomer) who is teamed up with an FBI agent (Tim DeKay) as they pool their knowledge to solve crimes. The series’ second season will premiere on Tuesday, July 13th at 9/8c on USA. Following the season premiere of White Collar is the series premiere of USA’s new show Covert Affairs. The series stars Piper Perabo (Coyote Ugly, Cheaper By The Dozen) and will premiere on Tuesday, July 13th at 10/9c. Below is the information USA released on Covert Affairs. Sounds like it’ll be a perfect fit next to White Collar
In COVERT AFFAIRS, USA's newest original series, we meet Annie Walker (Piper Perabo), a young CIA trainee who is suddenly thrust into the inner sanctum of the agency after being promoted to field operative. While it appears that she has been hand-picked for her exceptional linguistic skills, it may be something from her past that her CIA bosses are really after. Christopher Gorham plays Auggie Anderson, a CIA military intelligence agent, blinded while on assignment, and Annie's guide in this world of bureaucracy, excitement and intrigue. Peter Gallagher is Arthur Campbell, the formidable director of Clandestine Services for the CIA. Sendhil Ramamurthy plays Jai Wilcox, an agent with a rich family history within the walls of the CIA. Anne Dudek plays Danielle, a married mother of two and Annie’s older sister who knows nothing of Annie’s life as a spy. Kari Matchett plays Joan, head of the CIA’s Domestic Protection Division...and Arthur’s wife. From Universal Cable Productions, COVERT AFFAIRS is executive produced by Doug Liman (the Bourne trilogy, Mr. & Mrs. Smith, The O.C.) and Dave Bartis (The O.C., The Heist) through Dutch Oven and written and co-executive produced by Matt Corman (Deck the Halls) and Chris Ord (Deck the Halls). James Parriott (Grey's Anatomy, Ugly Betty) executive produces. Jonathan Glassner (Stargate SG-1, CSI: Miami) is co-executive producer and director. Tim Matheson (USA’s BURN NOTICE, PSYCH, Criminal Minds) directed the pilot.
Speaking of USA shows, Royal Pains and Burn Notice are set to return in June and Pysch returns in July.
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