USA Network's long-running drama will return in 2013.
November 8, 2012
USA Network has announced that its longest running original drama, Burn Notice, has been renewed for a seventh season. On the air since 2007, the series has remained one of the network's top shows, and will be its third ever to reach the 100 episode mark.
“Burn Notice is like a fine wine that gets better with age,” said network Co-Presidents Chris McCumber and Jeff Wachtel. “Delivering high-octane action, gripping drama and nearly 7 million viewers for the mid-season finale, this veteran series is a proven staple of our portfolio.”
The second half of the show's sixth season returns tonight with a special two-hour episode, and will continue through to the end of the year. USA ordered 13 new episodes for Season 7 of Burn Notice, which will return later in 2013.
UPDATE: Season 7 of Burn Notice will be the show's last.
(Source: TV by the Numbers)
07/12/13 at 09:53am
I hate every time they say burn notice final season. Really why take off the best show on TV. U still have great rating and u are taking it off. Guess they want to finish on a high note. Like high we went out on top.
06/29/13 at 10:27am
We are in shock that you would cancel our favorite show. Please reconsider.
06/26/13 at 03:43pm
Just got into the show and it is a nice change from other drama shows. It is unique in style and will be a big loss. There are far worse shows that should be cancelled.
05/30/13 at 09:21pm
I want to know why it is being cancelled...did one of main characters want more money and USA just couldn't do it. That is the main reason great shows like this one finally get cancelled if anyone knows the true scoop let me know where on the web I can find answers....PLEASE>>>>>
05/16/13 at 06:03am
This is a great show. I never miss it. I am very disappointed that it is going off the air. Big mistake. Somebody is asleep at the switch. I think you should re consider
01/14/13 at 08:40pm
Hated this show when it first came out...just couldn't get into it... BUT NOW!!!! I am soooooo hooked! Watched all of the episodes 2007-2011 on Netflix and am going through withdrawal!!!! Love it!
12/28/12 at 03:22am
Thank you, USA, for giving us more Burn Notice, and for recognizing its entertainment value. I do agree that when when the trigger happy ex girlfriend turned into trigger happy girlfriend, I was a little sad because that on/off romance was fun to watch. However, after seeing the finale, I suspect it would not have had the same impact if they weren't a couple.
This show is loaded with lots of action, and the campy acting of B movie star Bruce Campbell (aka Chuck Finley) has its funny moments. Jeffrey Donovan can play a range of characters from a slick spy to a dumb hick, and everything in between.
I love the addition of Coby Bell a few seasons ago. It would have been something to see a triangle between Fiona, Michael, and Jesse. Oh well! Coby is still eye candy to me!
I would love to see USA continue to expand the Burn Notice franchise like they did with the Sam Weiss movie, and make a prequel with 1. Sam and Michael and 2. Michael and Fiona. We heard some of the Sam/Mike history this season, and I sure would like to see them when they first met.
12/27/12 at 11:01am
I can't believe thus stupid show is getting renewed while SO many others are canceled. I loved fairly legal yet it doesn't get renewed?!?! What are you thinking USA?!
12/26/12 at 11:26am
This is one of the best shows ever put on tv hands down, in my opinion THE best... have all the dvds, re-watch them all the time... the writing is amazing... I love all the characters (Jesse is my least favorite though, wouldnt mind losing him) I hope it stays on til roughly season 9 or so then do a very impressive ending..
12/23/12 at 03:48am
poop??? some just don't know what good tv is, go back to your reality shows and leave us 7 million alone
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