The 'Dexter' season 8 teaser; 'True Blood' season 6 photos; 'Defiance' season 2 renewal; 'Burn Notice' final season and more!
Liz Lemon gets married on '30 Rock', a new Thanksgiving is created on 'Last Resort', and Frank goes back to work on 'It's Always Sunny'. What will you be watching?
Thursday night is packed with programming. Will you choose dramas or comedies tonight? Perhaps both. What will you be watching?
Tonight's lineup is a mixed bag of comedies and dramas. If you're not interested in all of the singing competitions, that is. What will you be watching?
USA Network has confirmed that the long-running spy comedy 'Burn Notice' has been renewed for season 7 – and its hundredth episode.
Michael and Jesse are hot on Rebecca's trail after she kidnaps Sam, while Fiona tries to avoid two hired killers in 'Burn Notice' episode 4: 'Under the Gun.'
Agent Pearce needs Michael's help to deal with someone from her past. Meanwhile, Fiona tracks down the group trying to get her killed in prison.
Michael visits his CIA trainer to ask for a favor and ends up taking on the Zetas cartel. Meanwhile, Fiona fights for her safety behind bars.
It's all all-out battle between Michael and Anson in the 'Burn Notice' season 6 premiere. Could this be the best season yet?
Forget the beach - It's time for the summer television season! Find out when your favorite shows are returning with our list of summer premiere dates. What will you be watching?
Check out Screen Rant's live blog of the 'Burn Notice' Comic-Con panel! Coverage begins at 10AM Pacific Time (1PM Eastern).
Find out when and where your favorite television show will be appearing at Comic-Con 2011 with our complete guide to the TV panels.
Michael Westen is back! How will USA's hit series follow-up last year's wonderful season finale? Join us as we review and discuss the 'Burn Notice' season 5 premiere, 'Company Man.'
With Comic-Con 2011 set to begin in just over a month, the first set of TV panels have just been announced. Unfortunately, it was also announced that five previous Comic-Con attending shows will not be returning.
USA Network is bringing extra-large WWE star The Big Show back for his second appearance on the network in two years, as a physically intimidating villain pitted against Michael Westen on ‘Burn Notice’.
The inimitable Bruce Campbell takes on a lead role once again in 'Burn Notice: The Fall of Sam Axe.' Read our review to see whether Bruce still has the goods.
We asked Screen Rant Facebook fans to submit their questions for the legendary Bruce Campbell, and here are your video answers - from the man himself.
Bruce Campbell talks about his upcoming TV movie 'Burn Notice: The Fall of Sam Axe' and reveals why fans need to watch the prequel film to know what's going on in the fifth season.
USA Network beat all comers for the 19th quarter in a row in early 2011. Other big gainers for cable TV included ESPN and MTV - 'Jersey Shore' was the most-watched cable show in the country.