USA Network has given a cast-contingent pilot order to Horizon, a World War II sci-fi drama produced by The Walking Dead‘s Gale Ann Hurd and written by Burn Notice‘s Bridget Tyler.
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The stars and producers of USA Network’s Psych offered a Comic-Con International audience a preview of the seventh season , including the mysterious 100th episode, and introduced the world to the song “Boom from the Bottom.”
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.
USA Network has renewed the comedy-drama for a 16-episode second season. The series, which stars Gabriel Macht, Patrick J. Adams and Gina Torres, is set in the world of corporate law.
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.
The USA Network has greenlit three new drama pilots, and even if none of them sound like the next Burn Notice or White Collar, all of them sound just right for the network’s purposefully unthreatening mix of comedy and drama quasi-procedurals.
If you’ve been missing your favorite USA Network shows, the network has announced the dates for the start of its winter schedule, including returns for White Collar, Royal Pains and new series Fairly Legal.
USA yesterday announced new seasons for White Collar, Royal Pains and Psych – making their 2011 original programming slate identical to this year’s.
The cast and creators of USA Network’s “Psych” treated a crowd at Comic-Con International to song, dance, previews, bloopers and a glimpse behind the scenes of the hit police procedural/comedy. Oh, and also the story behind the hidden pineapple in each episode.
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.