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 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!
Rush looks like a cross between USA's Royal Pains and Showtime's Ray Donovan, with the added bonus of having 50/50 and Warm Bodies director Jonathan Levine behind it. The series stars Tom Ellis as Dr. William P. Rush, a "medical fixer" who caters to Los Angeles' elite. Rush costs a pretty penny, but he's willing to offer his private services without judgement, though he's not entirely immune to the ugliness he encounters.
And then there's Satisfaction, which comes from Sean Jablonski and centers on a couple living at the midpoint of their marriage. Check out the trailer for that one here.Satisfaction stars Matt Passmore as Neil Truman, husband to Grace (Stephanie Szostak). The series aims to answer the question "What do you do when having it all is not enough." It looks like the answer to that might involve a lot of drama.
In addition to introducing Rush and Satisfaction to viewers, USA is bringing their Hamptons-set series Royal Pains back for Season 6. Here's what they released about the returning show, which premieres June 10:
Also back on June 10 is Covert Affairs, which returns for Season 5:
Suits is back on June 11 for Season 4. The description references the rivalry that appears to be on the horizon for Mike and Harvey...
And then there's Graceland, which returns for its sophomore run on June 11 as well:
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