As you might be able to tell by the brighter evenings and the soaring temperature, we’ve already made it to June without too much complaint. But as the summer gets into full swing, television strikes back with some welcome returns (And a much-anticipated show debuting). Here are the five you should be watching.
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It’s Sweeps Month in televisionland this month, but that doesn’t mean that every network is playing it safe. Sure, sweeps means new episodes of the top-rated shows as everyone tries to put their best foot forward, but that doesn’t mean there aren’t some all-new things to be watching in November, as well…
Burn Notice creator Matt Nix talks exclusively with Spinoff Online about the challenges and benefits of expanding the the world of the hit USA Network spy series in an interactive online comic.
Burn Notice creator Matt Nix and star Bruce Campbell sat down with the press at Comic-Con International to discuss their hit show, the Evil Dead remake, and the mystique of Tom Cruise.
Star Bruce Campbell and creator Matt Nix kept the audience at Comic-Con International entertained with cracks about Jeffrey Donovan, details about the production of the Burn Notice prequel movie, and free DVDs.
It’s June, that time of year that is generally considered a television wasteland: Broadcast networks lapse into re-runs and shows that they didn’t think were going to be popular enough to get a big enough audience at any other time of the year, and we’re all supposed to be thinking about what’s going to debut come the new fall season. So why am I excited about the next few months of viewing?
Series lead Jeffrey Donovan may not appear in the Burn Notice spin-off movie prequel centering around Bruce Campbell’s Sam Axe, but that doesn’t mean he won’t be involved – He’s been chosen to direct it.
At Comic-Con International, Burn Notice star Bruce Campbell, creator Matt Nix and other members of the cast and crew talks about USA’s hit spy series and announced plans for a prequel movie focusing on Campbell’s Sam Axe character.
It’s not just the popularity of USA’s spy show Burn Notice that’s blowing up: In Miami, where the series is shot, it’s the city itself. Creator Matt Nix explains why that’s not a disappointment for the citizens.
USA’s Burn Notice will keep running through 2012, thanks to an early renewal that’ll take the show to six seasons before it’s even started its fourth.