Graceland (USA Network, Thursdays, 10/9C) comes from the creator of White Collar, Jeff Eastin, and is based on a real situation in which agents of the FBI, DEA and US Customs shared a beach house that became government property because it was gained through funds made by criminal means. The series follows rookie FBI agent Mike Warren (Aaron Tveit, Gossip Girl, Les Miserables) as he gets plugged into this unusual setting with an unusually odd assortment of representatives of the three agencies – each (including him) with their own secrets.
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USA Network has announced a drama development slate of nine titles, powered by some seriously talented creators. From Horizon – a period genre piece from Executive Producer Gale Anne Hurd, to The Arrangement – an expansion of an Elmore Leonard story from Numb3rs creators Cheryl Heuton, and one of two titles – the other being Bank – executive produced by Doug Limon and David Bartis (Covert Affairs), to Complications – a quasi medical drama from Burn Notice’s Matt Nix – the network is investing in proven creators with interesting ideas.
Check out the complete list of nine shows in development by following the jump.
USA Network’s Burn Notice has reached the end of its critically acclaimed run. Its upcoming seventh season will be its last. It will become only the third USA Network series to pass one hundred episodes.
Burn Notice returns on Thursday, June 6th at 9/8C. For further details, follow the jump.
USA Network’s Psych (Wednesdays, 10/9C) returns for its seventh season with the conclusion to the season six cliffhanger that saw fake psychic Shawn’s father shot by a dirty cop. Santa Barbaratown 2, Lethal Weapon 5 pokes fun at buddy cop movies while moving quickly away from the drama of Henry’s shooting. It may not be the show’s best season premiere, but it does show that no one connected to the show is phoning it in. Hit or miss, Psych is still swinging for the fences.
Tonight on White Collar (USA Network, 10/9C), Special Agent Peter Burke and Neal Caffrey, his con man partner in thwarting white collar criminals, take a brief detour from digging into corruption in the police department (and higher up the food chain) to deal with taxi fraud – and visit the iconic Cotton Club along the way.
Star Tim DeKay, who also directed the episode, Empire City, spoke with a group of journalists/bloggers about the ep (and his good fortune in directing two eps with iconic New York settings).
White Collar (USA Network, Tuesdays, 10/9C) returns with a caper that combines revelations about Neal Caffrey’s father with the resurgence of the crime family that forced Neal’s father to confess to a murder he did not commit.