USA's Burn Notice returns in one week for its new season and has booked a memorable True Blood vampire to guest star in an episode. James Frain , who also starred in NBC's shortlived The Cape, will appear in the ninth e more
There are complications to come on season five of Burn Notice , along with a formidable foe for Michael. There's also a new, recurring guest star and he's a familiar face: Grant Show, recently seen on Private Practice and Big Love , will come on board thi more
Should Michael Westen have been careful about what he wished for? It came true on the season four finale of Burn Notice , as the character heads into this summer an unburned agent. But creator Matt Nix tells AOL that a life NOT on the run - which is where more
We've known that "Burn Notice," USA Network's highly successful spy series, would return June 23 for its fifth season for quite a while now -- but there's finally a tantalizing trailer to go along with a premiere date. http://www.thewrap.com/column-post/b more
Before the next season of "Burn Notice" premieres June 23 on USA, here's an opportunity to brush up on the last season. The "Burn Notice: Season 4" DVD collection goes on sale Tuesday, June 7 at online retailers and stores where DVDs are sold.Relive more
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Gavin Rossdale will guest-star on an upcoming episode of Burn Notice , Entertainment Weekly reports.
The Bush frontman, also known as Mr. Gwen Stefani, will play the wealthy and powerful Armand, a baddie with...
Check out photos of BURN NOTICE “Company Man” Season 5 Episode 1 which airs Thursday June 23 at 9 pm on USA. Grant Show guest stars. Episode Synopsis: BURN NOTICE “Company Man” Season 5 Episode 1 – Ever since he was first burned, Michael Westen more
With Burn Notice fans counting down the days until the show's June 23 return, star Jeffrey Donovan has given them another reason to get excited. On episode four, he tells EW , there will be “a huge murder twist” that will throw Michael’s life into turmoil more
that was some excellent Burn. If "Out of the Fire" and "Last
Stand" were what this show was all the time, I'd be a much bigger fan.
I've had an interesting relationship with this show over the years. Back in
Season 1 (I started reviewing it f more
I was very
happy to see Brennan pop up right at the end of "Dead or Alive" and
get, surreptitiously, transformed into a "final boss" for this
season. It's great that they didn't decide to introduce someone new into the
villain role right at the end an more
“Dead or Alive” looked like it might be a filler BURN NOTICE tale where the
team helps on of Sam’s old pals,a cop who’s been framed and missing. But, in a
credit to the show helmed by creator Matt Nix, it took some turns quickly.
A scuzz more
back Michael Westen’s younger brother Nate (perhaps) one more time, “Brotherly
Love,” was a tie-up loose ends kind of episode for BURN NOTICE, but also moved
along the current story arc as well.
episode title refers to the bro more
sub-plots and continuing story arc elements were all woven together
brilliantly. And the acting – sheer excellence from the entire cast, everyone
playing to character strengths, but never as cardboard cutouts. Early on, there
was a great Sam l more
who’d learned Michael was the one who burned him, had ended up shooting him
through the clavicle with a rifle to save his life. So we now find Michael in
the hospital, kind of a mess, which can happen when you’re shot after crashing
an SUV and more
A good formula can be a show's salvation. It can also start to seem, after a while, like an albatross. The flashbacks that 'Lost' employed seemed so clever when the show began. Of course, midway through season 3, they started to grate when they were more
Jesse Porter is pissed. John Barrett is not a very nice guy and he's brought an army. Vaughn is probably a little cranky too. All of these guys are looking for Michael Westen, and not to give him a hug. What a way to cap the first half of a great fou more
have a shelf life. So do their characters and plotlines. While they may start
hot, storylines can just as quickly paint a good show into a bad corner, or
completely change it around. (And I don’t just mean “When will Character A and