Last night's 'Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.' installment "Heavy is the Head" continued the solid season 2 run Marvel's 'Avengers'-adjacent drama has been on, but can they score the hat trick? The first photos and a brand-new clip from next week's Blizzard-y "Making Friends and Influencing People" have arrived, along with a new role for 'White Collar' star Tim DeKay that might just tie into Ward's mysterious past.
Well, not every series can weather the storm. With the first portion of the fall season mostly over, the networks have begun plotting out mid-season and other returns, while disposing of series that haven't quite made a dent in their target audiences. We recently saw NBC set its winter line-up, minus a few items on our to-watch list, but what of USA? When can we expect 'Suits,' 'White Collar' and 'Necessary Roughness'? And has 'Common Law' been left off the schedule for good?
You know, say what you will about the myriad of programming on USA that sometimes slips beneath the radar, they sure do have staying power. Plenty of USA series remain on the bubble, but at least for the moment fans of con-man drama 'White Collar,' spy drama 'Covert Affairs,' and rich doctor drama 'Royal Pains' have it made in the shade with additional episode orders. Just how long will the new seasons be, and what's still missing from the line-up?
Neal Caffrey is "in the wind" and the Bureau has just the man to bring him in: Mekhi Phifer. The 'Lie to Me' star is set join 'White Collar' for the first two episodes when it returns this summer according to EW.