Hacker drama Mr. Robot (above), fresh from winning the SXSW Audience Award, will premiere on Wednesday, June 24th (10/9C).
Complications, a new fast-paced thriller about a doctor who – even as he mourns his daughter’s life – saves a young boy’ life, will make its two-hour debut on Thursday, June 18 (9/8C).
Returning shows include: the legal drama Suits’ fifth season (June 24th), season three of Chrisley Knows Best (June 2nd), season seven of Royal Pains (June 2nd), WWE Tough Enough (new format, June 23rd), season three of Graceland June 25th) and season two of Playing House (August 4th).
USA Network has given slick white collar crime dramedy White Collar an abbreviated, six-episode sixth season – something that suggests it will be that show’s finale (sibling network Syfy has done something similar with Eureka and Warehouse 13…).
The network has also taken pilots for Rush – a drama about a Hollywood concierge doctor, and Complications – Matt Nix’s drama about a disillusioned ER doctor. By adding these series, and renewing White Collar (for however limited a run), USA Network will enter its 2014-15 season with six new shows and six returnees, creating more hours of original programming that it ever has.
For more details about the new shows, check out the press release following the jump.