Like most of you, we're still feeling the loss of ABC's 'Happy Endings' after its untimely cancellation this past May, made all the worse but USA's apparent decision to pass on picking up a fourth season. And while negotiations theoretically remain ongoing at other networks, 'Happy Endings' showrunner David Caspe seems to have moved on with a new overall deal at Sony Pictures TV.
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We're still waiting on some kind of official confirmation that the upcoming 'Psych' season 8 will be the show's last, but if nothing else, 'Psych'-os are certainly in for a memorable run. UK and recent 'Elementary' star Vinnie Jones will be a bit of a menace to the new season, along with 'The Wonder Years' star Olivia D'abo and 'New Girl' guest Kali Hawk.
Talk about your quick turnaround! Just days after her most memorable episode to date as Catelyn Stark in 'Game of Thrones,' actress Michelle Fairley has already booked her next TV gig on USA's legal drama, 'Suits.' A far cry from the world of Westeros, who might Fairley play and what fellow 'Game of Thrones' stars might she run into along the way?
Long before ABC officially announced that 'Happy Endings' would produce no more episodes beyond the third season, USA had expressed an interest in purchasing the critical darling in its push for original comedies. The Upfronts came and went with no official change of hand, but has USA's plan to resurrect 'Happy Endings' season 4 now fallen apart?
Granted ABC Emmy-gobbler 'Modern Family' has always maintained a certain edge to it, we never expected cable network USA's purchase of syndication rights to the acclaimed family comedy to take matters to such extremes. In advance of the series' September debut on USA, the cast and crew got together to take full advantage of their new cable standards, and the results might surprise you. See 'Modern Family' uncensored inside!
Forgive the obvious pun, but 'Happy Endings' may just get its namesake after all. Following ABC's heartbreaking, if expected cancellation of the series, rumors of a cable pickup for the cult comedy have officially come to life, USA stepping up to negotiate a pickup of the beloved series. It remains to be seen when the details iron out, but get the latest details of 'Happy Endings'' possible return inside!
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!
With beloved USA comedy 'Psych' currently airing its seventh season, fans of the psychic detective comedy were dismayed this past December to learn that the series' eighth season would consist of only eight episodes, more than likely its last. Now, USA has officially ordered five additional scripts to the upcoming eighth season, but will production pull together to film them?
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!
Previously, 'Necessary Roughness' fans found themselves in a bit of jeopardy, as USA has cautiously opted to renew the entirety of its summer lineup, save for the Callie Thorne-fronted sports therapy series. Now, the network has officially opted to follow through on a third season, prior to debuting the remaining season 2 episodes on January 23, but is the new order shorter than usual? What's the future for Doctor Dani and her 'Necessary Roughness'?