Looks like it's officially time to pack it in, Michael Westen fans. USA's 'Burn Notice' has officially gotten its own burn notice. USA announced today that the upcoming seventh season of the Jeffrey Donovan-starring spy series will close out the series, having aired on the network's schedule since 2007. 'Burn Notice' season 7 will still bring plenty of action to commemorate the end, so find out all about it inside!
We don't yet know if 'Burn Notice's' upcoming season 7 will prove to be the final outing for Michael, Fiona and Sam Axe, but USA is all the same making it a star-studded affair. The latest to join for a major recurring arc is that of former 'Heroes' star Adrian Pasdar, taking the role of a wild card character with suspected ties to terrorism, but will Michael be forced to make another deal to save the ones he loves? Get the scoop on 'Burn Notice' season 7 inside!
It's official! 'Burn Notice' fans needn't worry, as while a seventh season of the long-running USA series had never truly been in doubt, the cable network has officially inked a deal for an additional 13 episodes of the Jeffrey Donovan spy series. Although, with a reduced order and certain comments from the cast, could we be seeing the final run of Michael, Fiona and Sam Axe? Could season 7 of' Burn Noitice' prove to be its last?
Given the loose schedule USA maintains across the year, often divided between half-seasons that spill out in various intervals, cancellations and renewals can be somewhat unorthodox. While the major networks try to figure out how new series are fitting, USA continues to clean house today by renewing its best outings and picking off the weaker ones. Hence, 'Burn Notice' inches toward another renewal while plucky legal drama 'Fairly Legal' gets the ax. How soon will USA make it official?
Patton Oswalt has a habit of turning up in strange TV places, in lieu of petitioning the world for a 'Ratatouille' sequel (seriously? 'Finding Nemo 2' first), but the portly comedian is always a welcome presence on some of our favorite shows. That's why wen't were surprised, but intrigued to learn that Oswalt would stop by USA's long-running actioner 'Burn Notice,' but you'll never guess just who they have him trading wits with Michael Westen as.
If you thought John C. McGinley was scary as a doctor, just wait until you see him join the C.I.A.
TV Guide reports that the forthcoming sixth season of USA's powerhouse hit 'Burn Notice' will be paging former 'Scrubs' doctor John C. McGinley for an extended arc as Michael Westen (Jeffrey Donovan)'s former C.I.A