Last week, Matt Corman and Chris Ord, the co-creators of Covert Affairs (USA Network, Tuesdays, 10/9C) took some time to chat with a group of journalists/bloggers about the more serialized third season of their hit series. Topics covered ranged from putting Auggie through the wringer (they’re not done yet), to what’s going on between Joan and Lena, to what Richard Coyle brought to the role of Simon Fisher that got him the role and how Jai’s death set up the overall arc for the whole season.
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Before Hang On To Yourself, the third season premiere of Covert Affairs (USA Network, Tuesdays, 10/9C), has even gotten past the teaser, every changes – explosively!
Our friends at USA Network recently returned to the EM Family fold, not that they ever really left. But you all know of my love of USA Network Programming. A lot of my favorite shows are on USA Network. Its the home of Burn Notice, Necessary Roughness, Royal Pains, White Collar and more. Be sure to check out the summer premieres of White Collar and Covert Affairs, Tuesday July 10th, and all of USA Network’s other returning shows.
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In the second season finale of Covert Affairs [USA Network, Tuesdays, 10/9C] Annie’s vacation turns into a study in frustration – and terror – when a last-minute courier assignment goes wrong.
While Sendhil Ramamurthy may be best known for playing Mohinder Suresh on Heroes, his time on Covert Affairs [USA Network, Tuesdays, 10/9C] – as Jai Wilcox – is certainly allowing him to stretch in other directions – and winning him new fans.
Last week, I had the opportunity to take part in a conference call Q&A with the charming Mr. Ramamurthy – where he explained why Jai hasn’t been as prominent in the first part of the show’s second season, and teased how that arc was going to pay off over the season’s last three episodes – which begin this week.
USA’s cool spy series Covert Affairs [Tuesdays, 10/9C] returns with a bang this week. Some people, it seems, require something more than a wake-up call…
Practically since the series debuted, Covert Affairs’ [USA, 10/9C] blind tech wizard, Auggie Anderson, has fascinated the show’s fans. As has been mentioned in past episodes, Auggie wasn’t born blind; he was a soldier who was blinded on a mission in Tikrit, Iraq. This week’s episode, Half A World Away, tells that story.