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'Suits,' 'Burn Notice' Summer Finales Hit Ratings Gold

The two USA Network dramas post season highs for their midseason closers. //feedproxy.google.com/~r/thr/television/~3/YqWmyp1M_qc/story01.htm

Burn Notice Summer Finale Shocker: "What the Hell Do We Do Now?"

[Spoiler Alert! The following story reveals major plot points from Thursday's summer finale of Burn Notice . Read if you dare.] Michael Westin ( Jeffrey Donovan ) has been burned before, but... //www.tvguide.com/News/Burn-Notice-Summer-Finale-1052319.aspx?rss=breakingnews

Burn Notice Summer Finale “Desperate Times” Season 6 Episode 10

Burn Notice  "Desperate Times" Season 6  Episode 10  airs Thursday August 23 at 9 pm on USA. Episode Synopsis:  Michael travels to Panama with his team to capture a deadly assassin. However, the operation goes terribly wrong when the target discovers their location, leaving Michael and his team outnumbered and outgunned. Back in Miami, Madeline tries getting answers to some difficult questions from Card. Read More... //www.tvequals.com/2012/08/23/burn-notice-summer-finale-desperate-times-season-6-episode-10/  

Burn Notice Exclusive Sneak Peek: Has Michael Found His Brother’s Killer?

Many weeks have passed since Michael's brother, Nate, was murdered right in front of him on Burn Notice . But our favorite burned spy may finally be able to get his revenge. In this exclusive sneak peek from Thursday's summer finale (9/8c on USA), Michael's old CIA training officer, Tom Card ( John C. McGinley ), pitches in to... //www.tvguide.com/News/Burn-Notice-Video-Nates-Killer-1052196.aspx?rss=breakingnews

Telenovela Beauty Spices Up 'Burn Notice'

Telenovela star Angelica Celaya appeared on "Burn Notice" Thursday, marking her English-language TV debut. The Arizona-born actress joins legions of other Latino celebrities like Salma Hayek and William Levy who have successfully made the transition from Spanish programming to the English market. Celaya, who spoke to The Hollywood Reporter , said the transition to an English TV drama was difficult at first because of the change in language. During her 10 years working in Spanish programming , such as "Perro Amor" and "Gabriel," the bilingual Celaya always related to scenes in Spanish, rather than English. Read More... //feeds.huffingtonpost.com/~r/HP/Entertainment/~3/nwILaYFCIEg/angelica-celaya-burn-notice-debut-telenovela_n_1798952.html