The premiere for Burn Notice's 13-episode final season, "New Deal," offered us a set up for what's likely the most serialized season the show's ever had. That being said, there were still recognizable Burn Notice-isms that dragged the story down a bit; most notably the "mini-job" Michael had to do in order to prove himself to the villain, which has been a core element to this series since its very beginnings. I'm not fully advocating that Burn Notice should ditch the blueprint that's helped make it a success, but for the past three or four years, I've just wanted this show to become...more. Granted, things have escalated, and gotten way darker, over the past couple seasons, but not all the kinks have been worked out. READ MORE...


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