“How many operatives can do what you do?”
That is the question Annie (Piper Perabo) is asked in one of two new trailers for Covert Affairs season four before she is read a litany of her greatest attributes as an agent. Unfortunately, even her ultra-com more
We already know that Covert Affairs Season 4 will feature new stakes and new dangers for August and Annie, who will return this summer as a full-fledged couple.
But in an exclusive interview with TV Fanatic at last week's USA Network Upfront in New Yor more
In HuffPost TV's exclusive promo above, Annie has made a shocking discovery about the security of Langley and turns to Joan (Kari Matchett) and Arthur (Peter Gallagher) with some troubling news. Does it have something to do with the mysterious project Hen more
Michelle Ryan is headed to USA.
The British actress - who anchored NBC's short-lived Bionic Woman remake and who more recently appeared on Merlin and Doctor Who - has landed a recurring role on Covert Affairs Season 4 . Read More... http://www.tvfanati more
USA Network has announced its Summer 2013 line-up which consists of new originals and fan favorite returning series. The network will launch two new series, including the provocative drama GRACELAND from WHITE COLLAR creator Jeff Eastin, starring and Dani more
Thanks to the folks over at Deadline , fans of the USA Network spy drama Covert Affairs can be excited about a new addition to the series when it returns for its fourth season later this year in the form of ‘C more
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12. Least Favorite Follow-Up: Knowing how gravely she deprived us of ear-piecing screams and uncontrollable tears last year, Oprah Winfrey resurrects her "Favorite Things" — except it's not the "Favorite Things" we know and more
Covert Affairs changed its tone during season 3, which made for much more thrilling episodes. Annie went from being a sweet marshmallow fluff agent to an ass-kicking no holds barred spy. She got herself into such intense situations that they were nearly h more