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'White Collar's' Matt Bomer and 'Covert Affairs' Piper Perabo spend another summer on USA

Spies and swindlers are coming back out for the summer.

Two popular USA Network series get the warm-weather restarts that have become their tradition on Tuesday, July 10. "White Collar" opens Season 4 with con man and FBI consultant Neal Caffrey (Matt Bomer) gone Awol, and his handler Peter Burke (Tim DeKay) quite worried about him, Then the third round of "Covert Affairs" begins, with CIA agent Annie Walker (Piper Perabo) tackling new cases with fresh concerns about some of those closest to her.

"It's a familial environment," the pleasant Bomer tells Zap2it in voicing his appreciation of the success "White Collar" has had. "We all enjoy coming to work and doing the best we can on any given day. It's a very rare circumstance to have a group of people all so genuinely focused, and also just good people."

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Top 9 Swiftly-Cancelled TV Shows

It’s that time again! The new fall season is here, where cynical TV watchers will again make that short-sighted cry, “I won’t bother watching anything, because it’ll just be cancelled anyway.” Well, in your honor, I bring you my list of the Top 9 swiftly-cancelled TV gems. (In a list of shows cut short, how better to end it than on an odd number?) All of these shows aired just 10 episodes or less before unjustly meeting their maker. And darn it, I still miss every one of them.

9. The War Next Door (USA, 2000)

Of all the shows I’ve watched over the last two and a half decades, this has to be one of the most unique. The premise certainly hasn’t been duplicated since: a retired secret agent named Kennedy Smith (Linden Ashby) and his wife Lily (Ashby’s real-life wife Susan Walters) just so happen to
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Sam Raimi swings toward primetime

Sam Raimi swings toward primetime
Sam Raimi is making a move in primetime television.

Raimi and Joshua Donen's Stars Road Entertainment has inked a two-year, first-look deal with Sony Pictures TV and has tapped CBS senior vp drama Robert Zotnowski to spearhead the company's TV efforts.

Zotnowski has been running the CBS drama department with Christina Davis since the ascent of Nina Tassler to entertainment president in 2004. Davis is expected to run the department solo after Zotnowski exits Friday.

Tassler called Zotnowski "one of the most talented executives I have had the privilege to work with. He has played a key part in developing some of the most successful dramas on the network."

Zotnowski said the goal for Stars Road is to expand its presence on broadcast TV and cable, with a primary focus on drama. Stars Road will develop in all genres except horror, which will continue to be handled by Raimi's Ghost House Pictures.
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