"Burn Notice" gets a go-ahead for 13 more episodes
"Burn Notice" is hot enough for another season.
USA Network has renewed the drama for a seventh run with a 13-episode order, the network said Wednesday.
The pick-up means that the show will reach the 100-episode mark — only the third show in the network's history to do so.
"Burn Notice" stars Jeffrey Donovan as Michael Westen, a formerly blacklisted spy who now works covertly with the CIA on special projects with his eclectic team (which includes washed-up Navy SEAL Sam, played by Bruce Campbell).
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The series has been a reliable hit for USA, with the Aug. 23 mid-season finale of Season 6 attracting nearly 7 million total viewers. (The season picks up for its second half on Nov. 8 at 9 p.m.)