‘Burn Notice’ Graphic Novel Gets Over 100,000 Views

By Jethro Nededog LOS ANGELES (Hollywood Reporter) – Cable network USA and DC Comics debuted Chapter 1 of its “Burn Notice” interactive graphic novel, “A New Day,” alongside the show’s Season 5 premiere on Thursday. To date, “A New Day” has scored more than 100,000 page views, according to the network. Written by the creative […]

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USA Network Announces New Shows, New Characters

What a bunch of characters! That point was driven home repeatedly at USA Network’s annual spring presentation to advertisers in New York Monday – that USA means what it says in its six-year-old tagline: “Characters welcome.” A number of USA’s “characters” turned up to promote their own shows and announce new ones – among them: […]

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Cable TV’s Top 10 in 2010

As broadcast networks struggled to find a foothold this fall (Fox was down by 15%; ABC by 5%), cable television has proven a worthy competitor. While in many cases cable’s audience is comparatively smaller than network TV, there were several notable standouts this year. As USA Today reports (via Nielsen Media Research), some of the […]

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What To Watch: Thursday

TOP PICK: ‘Burn Notice‘ (9pm on USA) **Season Finale** Watch Episodes On Demand Michael’s ruthless enemy Brennan vows to release a valuable piece of data if Michael doesn’t carry out a specific task: killing off government agents. Michael’s actions force a tactical assault team to come after him and everyone he cares about. With his […]

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What To Watch: Thursday

TOP PICK: ‘Burn Notice‘ (10pm on USA) **Fall Premiere** When a vengeful lawyer hires a paranoid bombmaker to kill off members of a local gang, Michael is forced to intervene before innocent lives are lost in the mayhem. Daniel Pino guest stars in the “Eyes Open” episode. KEY EPISODE: ‘Grey’s Anatomy‘ (9pm ET on ABC) […]

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USA Solves Renewal Cliffhanger on Fates of Three Shows

Good news for fans of USA’s hit shows: All seven dramas will be back for more. The network announced Monday that ‘White Collar,’ ‘Royal Pains,’ and ‘Psych‘ will all be back for another season, wrapping up the orders for its original programming line-up. ‘Pains’ has received an order for a third season of 16 to […]

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