"Burn Notice" gets a go-ahead for 13 more episodes
Presentation will take place on May 17 in New York
With just six episodes before the fifth season finale, Michael is under the blackmailing thumb of guest star Jere Burns
The channel's two hit CIA-centric shows will finish off their current seasons starting in November
Michael Westen's brother Nate has moved to town -- or should we say bro?
The interactive comic book bridges seasons four and five
On the eve of the 5th-season premiere of "Burn Notice," we count down the actor's most memorable small-screen performances
The USA Network spy series returns June 23
Those who missed USA Network's "Burn Notice" prequel Sunday can try again tonight at midnight -- or just watch it here
In a pre-DVR era, viewers would have had a tough choice to make -- but we know which show we'll be watching live
The busy cable network also announces two new original series
Wachtel helped develop hits including "Burn Notice;" McCumber led "Characters Welcome" campaign
Finally, the world knows when Sam Axe will get his feature-length due
Last episode of ratings-challenged summer-debut cop series aired Dec. 10
USA Network two-hour set to air in Spring 2011
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Bruce Campbell character's Navy SEAL career will be the focus
Draw 6.6 million and 5.8 million viewers respectively in their first new episodes of the summer
Character actor married to mob role for episode of USA Network's monster hit
Spy dramedy has given basic-cable network a ratings boost.
Shows are starting to announce their launch dates for January.
Letterman knows how to evolve, while classic reality rocks.
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