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Annie Must Protect Danielle From a Rogue Agent on 'Covert Affairs' Finale (VIDEO)

by Jason Hughes, posted Dec 7th 2011 5:30AM
'Covert Affairs' season finaleAnnie and Danielle got to spend some quality sister time together on 'Covert Affairs' (Tue., 10PM ET on USA) in this season finale. It's just a shame it was while they were hiding from the rogue agent looking to kill them. These scenes brought a close to one chapter of Annie's professional life, and ushered in another as she coolly and confidently took down the agent in order to save her sister.

But as cool as she was in that moment, it still marked her first kill and that's not something you can simply brush to the side and move on. We were thrilled to see her and Danielle reach a reconciliation, and even more thrilled that Annie gets to come home!

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Michael Finds His Father's Killer on 'Burn Notice' (VIDEO)

by Jason Hughes, posted Dec 2nd 2011 6:00AM
'Burn Notice'Jere Burns is tearing it up as villain extraordinaire Anson Fullerton on 'Burn Notice' (Thu., 10PM ET on USA). He makes us feel itchy and uncomfortable with every scene he's in, but no one is more uncomfortable around him than Michael. This week, he decided to up the ante by sharing some intel with our favorite burned agent.

He revealed that he knew Michael's father. In fact, he described Frank as "such a great tap for information."

Unfortunately, "He started snooping in places that he shouldn't, and a heart attack had to be arranged," Anson explained calmly. "All those years, how many times did you wish he were dead? We did it for you. You're welcome, Michael." You've got to love a good villain!

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William Shatner Plays Juliet's Dad on 'Psych' (VIDEO)

by Catherine Lawson, posted Dec 1st 2011 8:10AM
William Shatner on 'Pysch'It was all about Juliet on this week's 'Psych' (Wed., 10PM ET on USA). Her 30th birthday was fast approaching and so the guys decided to broker a peace between Jules and her estranged dad, Frank. Who was played by William Shatner.

Frank's a con-man who is now trying to redeem himself after a lifetime of poor fathering. On a stake-out the cops can't risk calling in the SWAT team because civilians could get hurt, so what to do? Luckily Frank leaps into action: "I ... have an idea," he offers.

Frank's idea turns out to be pure genius and the bad guys are delivered right to the door of the police department. As Jules thanks him, Frank smiles and says "It was the least I could do."

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USA Sets Return Dates for 'White Collar,' 'Royal Pains,' Series Premiere Date for 'Common Law'

by Crystal Bell, posted Nov 29th 2011 5:15PM
white collar return date USA has released its 2012 mid-season schedule, which means that 'White Collar' fans, your wait to find out what happens to Elizabeth Burke is almost over.

'White Collar' returns to the network to continue Season 3 on Tues., Jan. 17. And don't worry 'Collar' fans, Neal Caffrey and his fancy suits will definitely be back for Season 4. Meanwhile, 'Royal Pains' will continue its own third season on Wed., Jan. 18. Both shows will air at the 10PM ET time slot.

The network will also premiere its new buddy cop dramedy, 'Common Law,' on Thurs., Jan. 26. The series stars Michael Ealy and Warren Kole as a pair of bickering LAPD detective partners who are ordered into couples therapy by their boss.

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Annie's Got a Gun, and Specialized Training With it, on 'Covert Affairs' (VIDEO)

by Jason Hughes, posted Nov 23rd 2011 6:00AM
'Covert Affairs'Remember that Annie wasn't even supposed to be brought up to the big leagues quite as quickly as she was on 'Covert Affairs' (Tue., 10PM ET on USA). Nevertheless, she's proven herself savvy in the field, clever and maybe just a little lucky along the way. But it's the luck that concerns her.

After her more recent takedown led to her closest encounter yet with a whizzing bullet, Annie requested specialized training, and Joan quickly approved it. Now Annie will have some training and a greater confidence with a weapon when her luck's being tested, making her an even more impressive agent.

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A Surprise Visitor Helps Michael Seal the Deal With an Explosion on 'Burn Notice' (VIDEO)

by Jason Hughes, posted Nov 11th 2011 5:45AM
'Burn Notice' - 'Breaking Point'To try and take down this week's target, Michael needed to convince him he was an arms dealer on 'Burn Notice' (Thu., 10PM ET on USA). But when an unexpected visitor arrives in a truck, Dion gets a little jumpy and Michael has to think fast.

Sam and Fiona managed to get the guy out of the truck, and Michael quickly came up with the best story he could have. "I had that truck brought in for a little demonstration," he said. "You can't truly appreciate an RPG until you have held it in your arms like your first-born child."

He gave Dion the weapon and had him try it out by blowing up the truck with a satisfying explosion. The play worked brilliantly, as nothing feels more powerful than creating a massive blast.

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Michael Faces Bad Guys With a Forklift as His Weapon on 'Burn Notice' (VIDEO)

by Jason Hughes, posted Nov 4th 2011 6:45AM
'Burn Notice' - 'Damned If You Do''Burn Notice' (Thu., 10PM ET on USA) returned to bring us more of the same kind of danger, adventure and fun we've come to love and expect each summer. And Michael never fails to leave an impression.

This week, he did so quite literally, with some quick thinking and a handily placed forklift. Even more fortuitous, he had a huge box lifted high. Now, a box doesn't sound like much when you're facing guys in an SUV with their guns blazing, but it's all in how you use the tools you do have.

Michael drove straight towards them like a game of chicken, only to slam on the brakes and dive out of the forklift when it got right in front of the SUV. The bad guys stopped, too, but by that time, the forklift was tipping forward and that giant metal container was crushing their roof. Bad guys incapacitated!

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Annie Tracks a Champagne Bottle Bomb, Narrowly Escapes on 'Covert Affairs' (VIDEO)

by Jason Hughes, posted Nov 2nd 2011 6:30AM
'Covert Affairs' - 'The Wake-Up Bomb'USA is out to take on the big boys in the regular season with some of their biggest hits. 'Covert Affairs' (Tue., 9PM ET on USA) returned to the network, continuing its second season with an explosive episode.

Annie has been thrown out of her sister's house, which is actually a good thing for her character, but the friendly new chef she finds herself staying with on a temporary basis suddenly becomes a potential terrorist suspect.

Things take a decidedly dangerous turn when Augie advises her that they've found traces of explosive compounds in a safehouse, and she uses her own knowledge to guess that a bomb had been planted at the good chef's place.

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The Muppets Take Over 'WWE Monday Night RAW' (VIDEO)

by Jason Hughes, posted Nov 1st 2011 4:00AM
Miss Piggy, 'WWE Monday Night RAW'It was a special Halloween edition of 'WWE Monday Night Raw' (Mon., 9PM ET on USA), which featured several of the wrestling superstars in costume. But at almost every turn, they were upstaged by the week's special guests.

In anticipation of their return to the silver screen, the Muppets were all over this broadcast. Kermit was getting some love from one of the female wrestlers, while Miss Piggy was getting rebuffed. Animal got to serve as the timekeeper, while Beeker actually impacted the outcome of a match.

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Cinematographer Dennis Hall Dies on Set of USA's New Show

by Crystal Bell, posted Oct 21st 2011 5:55PM
Dennis Hall DiesCinematographer Dennis Hall died Thurs., Oct. 20, while shooting the new USA Network series, 'Common Law.' He was 54.

Hall was in New Orleans with the crew filming when he suffered a heart attack in his hotel. His roommate, a camera operator, called the paramedics. They were unable to revive Hall.

"He could walk into a room that was deathly quiet or filled with negative energy and immediately liven everything up," cinematographer John C. Flinn III, who took Hall with him as his assistant on the 1980s TV shows 'Magnum, P.I.' and 'Jake and the Fatman,' told the Hollywood Reporter. "He was a great first assistant, a great cameraman and a great cinematographer. I'm so proud of him."

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Shawn Faces a Lie Detector on 'Psych' Season Premiere (VIDEO)

by Jason Hughes, posted Oct 13th 2011 3:30AM
'Psych' - 'Shawn Rescues Darth Vader''Psych' (Wed., 10PM ET on USA) returned with more cases and more mistrust from Lassiter, who has just been certain that Shawn doesn't have psychic abilities. In a move that may have just been a long time coming, or a reaction to his discovering that Shawn and Juliet are now a couple.

Shawn did everything he could to try and avoid answering Lassiter's questions, but finally he was backed into a corner as no one was stopping what was happening. As much as they appreciated him, probably everyone wanted to see how this one was going to play out.

"Are you, Shawn Spencer, psychic?" Lassiter asked.

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The 'Psych' Guys Present: 14 Signs You're Living With a Criminal

by AOL TV Staff, posted Oct 11th 2011 12:30PM
'Psych' stars James Roday & Dule HillThere's no denying it: The 'Psych' guys give good interview. But heading into their sixth season of fighting crime with their keen powers of observation, we figured they might want to mix things up a bit.

In the Season 6 premiere (Wed., Oct. 12, 10PM ET on USA), titled 'Shawn Rescues Darth Vader,' Shawn and Gus are hired to investigate how a body ended up in the home of a British diplomat, played by guest star Malcolm McDowell ('Caprica' alum Polly Walker also guest stars). We also find Shawn under the microscope with the Santa Barbara Police Department -- they're finally starting to suspect that he may not actually be psychic. [Cue the dramatic music here.]

Also this season, a vampire spoof episode guest starring original 'Buffy' Kristy Swanson, and plenty more guest stars to come including Danny Glover, Jason Priestley, Molly Ringwald, William Shatner, New Kids on the Block alum Joey McIntyre and the return of Cary Elwes as art thief Pierre Despereaux.

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Hugh Jackman Interferes in a Match on 'WWE Monday Night Raw' (VIDEO)

by Jason Hughes, posted Sep 20th 2011 2:45AM
Hugh Jackman, 'WWE Monday Night Raw'Hugh Jackman may have just been a guest on 'WWE Monday Night Raw' (Mon., 9PM ET on USA) this week, but he clearly knows his way around a wrestling ring. Not as a wrestler maybe, but he certainly knew the ropes of being a manager in professional wrestling.

When the referee was distracted ejecting someone else, Jackman applied a classic cheap shot to his guy's opponent, knocking Dolph Ziggler to the mat.

This allowed Zack Ryder to easily take him down and get the win. Afterward, Jackman joined him in the ring to celebrate a "hard-earned" victory, as the sideline announcers praised the sneaky maneuver by their Hollywood guest star.

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USA Renews 'Necessary Roughness,' 'Covert Affairs' and 'Royal Pains'

by Alex Moaba, posted Sep 15th 2011 6:20PM
USA has renewed its original series 'Necessary Roughness,' 'Covert Affairs' and 'Royal Pains.' The pick-ups cap a strong summer for the cable network in terms of ratings. Each series has received a 16-episode order.

"USA's original programming blew through all expectations this summer. We had an unprecedented number of original series on our air -- and every single one of them was great," Chris McCumber and Jeff Wachtel, USA Network co-presidents, said in a statement.

"The actors who make our shows unique aren't just stars, they are character actors in the finest sense. Our writers, directors and producers truly understand what it takes to create sustainable success. It's a rare and wonderful thing to announce the pick-up of our entire summer of programming."

Earlier this summer, USA renewed its other originals: 'White Collar,' 'Suits,' 'Burn Notice' and 'In Plain Sight,' making them seven for seven in pick-ups.

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T.K. Faces Off Against His Biggest Rival on 'Necessary Roughness' Finale (VIDEO)

by Catherine Lawson, posted Sep 15th 2011 7:55AM
'Necessary Roughness' S01/E12It was play-offs time in 'Necessary Roughness' (Wed., 10PM ET on USA), so everyone had to bring their A game.

Unfortunately for the New York Hawks, star player Terence "T.K." King (Mehcad Brooks) has been suffering from panic attacks, and on last night's season finale his state of mind wasn't helped by the fact that he knew he'd be going up against his biggest rival, Maurice "The Minefield" Manningfield (Terrell Owens).

T.K. was chilling at the club when The Minefield showed up. After the pair indulged in some harmless trash-talking Minefield went too far, and T.K. prepared to go toe to toe against him.

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