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"Yeah, it's about $95 million worldwide now, so we're very thrilled that people have embraced it. They kept poking us for years - 'Where's another Evil Dead?' - and we just thought it was time to give people what they wanted.
"And the door is still open if Sam and I want to do another one of the original series, we can do that too. I don't see what would keep the two series from just running in parallel universes."
A rumour emerged in the lead-up to the remake's release that Campbell and Raimi were working on a sequel to Army of Darkness, »
ABC dominated last week’s primetime ratings race in key demos behind the NBA Finals while NBC was a solid runner-up thanks to reality hits “The Voice” and “America’s Got Talent.”
Actually, sports and reality dominated the demo rankings in general, with only one scripted original — ABC’s “Mistresses” — among the week’s 25 highest-rated ad-supported programs in young adults.
CBS, meanwhile, continues to take its lumps in the early part of TV’s summer season as it is especially hurt by the lower ratings for repeats that all nets are seeing. The Eye has finished fifth or lower in adults 18-49 for three straight weeks, and its decision to start summer perennial “Big Brother” earlier this year — it bows next week — is looking better by the minute.
In a week jam-packed with scripted originals on cable, ABC Family had good news as “The Fosters” rose in its second episode »
- Rick Kissell
It's the end of the road for Burn Notice on USA. The TV show is finishing this summer after seven seasons on the air. Will the ratings be strong enough for the cable channel to regret the decision to end the series or will they be low enough for them to regret giving the show one last round? We shall see.
Revolving around a former federal agent, Burn Notice features the talents of Jeffrey Donovan, Gabrielle Anwar, Bruce Campbell, Coby Bell, and Sharon Gless. The series airs on Thursday nghts and there are 13 episodes.
Below are the most recent ratings. These figures will be updated as the weeks progress:
Episode 07-02: Tuesday, 06/13/13
1.2 demo rating (0% change) with 4.29 million (-1% change).
Season averages: 1.20 in the demo with 4.30 million.
Episode 07-01: Thursday, »
On Burn Notice, Michael has put his friends through quite a bit over the last year. He endangered their lives, he made a deal with the CIA to guarantee their freedom, and now he's back and bringing them into his troubles all over again. In "Down Range," Sam and Jesse head down to the Dominican Republic to help Michael on his undercover mission. »
Turns out, some Mad Men viewers guessed right about Bob Benson‘s secret. Too bad they aren’t the ones who picked “Peggy and Pete‘s time-traveler love child, Paul Paulson.” (I hope you weren’t spoiled by the revelation that Mad Men wasn’t taking on time travel.)
I like to think Dillahunt‘s Burn Notice character is still angry
about The Book Of Daniel getting cancelled.
Want to be in the finale special of The It Crowd? How is your “looking at shocking things on the internet instead »
- Lyle Masaki
"...as 'Michael' attempts to learn more about 'Burke' and the underground network, they are sent to break a prisoner out of a Russian 'black site' in Cuba.
"In order to help, 'Fiona' and 'Madeline' must frame a corrupt Russian bureaucrat for treason..."
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- Michael Stevens
For its seventh and final season, Burn Notice is bringing back one of Michael’s biggest enemies, a decision that is fitting since, you know, this is the last season the show will ever have so any scores to be settled should be settled now. It shouldn’t take much mental power to pin point which enemy Michael would most likely need to face off with to give this season that sense of finality. In my mind, it can only be Simon Escher, the psychotic rogue operative behind the crimes Michael was originally burned for. That means Burn Notice would require Garret Dillahunt to reprise his role.
Thankfully, that’s exactly what he’s doing. EW confirmed Dillahunt’s involvement with the final season, saying he is set to appear in an episode this summer. But wait, wasn’t Simon last seen in Season 4’s “Hard Time,” where he was »
- Brody Gibson
There's conflict, tears, tension and plenty of eye candy in this week's edition of Must-See TV - and that's just the talent shows we're talking about! Read on for a complete rundown of the programmes you need to look out for in the next seven days...
The Borgias: Monday (June 17) at 9pm on Sky Atlantic
We learnt this week that season three of The Borgias will also be its last, so make sure you appreciate every moment you have left in Renaissance-era Rome, where the notorious Pope Alexander (Jeremy Irons) is on his deathbed after being poisoned.
With the Borgia family's dominance hanging in the balance, Rodrigo's loved ones set out to uncover the would-be assassin, while Catherina Sforza plots to finally rub them out and the forward-thinking cardinals start jockeying for position.
Watch a trailer for The Borgias below:
Burn Notice: Monday (June 17) at 9pm on Fox »
"Burn Notice" might be getting older, but it doesn't appear to be losing any heat with its fans. The USA Network series, which premiered its seventh and final season last week, aired its milestone 100th episode on Thursday, holding strong with last week's season premiere. Also read: 'Burn Notice' Heats Up With Final Season Premiere; 'Graceland' Off to a Good Start That's particularly impressive, given that the season premiere grew considerably over the "Burn Notice" Season 6.5 premiere in November. Thursday night's "Burn Notice" drew 4.288 million total viewers, off just a hair from »
- Tim Kenneally
Billy Campbell and Clea DuVall have joined Lifetime's upcoming biopic on Lizzie Borden, the Fall River, Mass. woman who was accused of murdering her father and stepmother with an ax in the 1890s. Campbell ("The Killing," "Killing Lincoln") will play Borden's lawyer, Andrew Jennings. (Borden was ultimately acquitted of the murders.) DuVall, whose credits include "Argo" and "American Horror Story," will play Borden's sister Emma. Also read: Lifetime Working on Lizzie Borden Movie Starring Christina Ricci "Pan Am" actress Christina Ricci has been tapped to play Borden. Nick Gomez ("Drowning Mona," "Burn Notice") is »
- Tim Kenneally
Burn Notice is taking a Chance on a returning guest star in its seventh and final season.
Raising Hope star Garret Dillahunt will make his way back to the USA Network drama this summer, EW.com reports. He’ll reprise his role as the rogue operative behind the crimes for which Michael was ultimately burned.
Related | 2013 Cable Renewal Scorecard — Renewed or Cancelled TV Shows?
Last seen in a Season 4 installment, Dillahunt’s psychotic alter ego will no longer be behind bars — but why? Hit the comments with your guesses!
Ready for more of today’s TV dish? Well…
• Starz has »
- Megan Masters
A familiar, dangerous face will be seen once again on Burn Notice Season 7.
Entertainment Weekly confirms that Garret Dillahunt will soon reprise his role as Simon Escher, the crazy rogue operative who committed the crimes for which Michael was burned.
The character was last seen on Season 4 and will Not be behind maximum security prison bars when he reappears this summer. Hmm.... we wonder why. And due to whose hand/influence?
Burn Notice kicked off Season 7 last week, aired episode number-100 last night and will run it back with a new installment on Thursday, June 20
No air date has been announced yet for Dillahunt's return. »
- firstname.lastname@example.org (Matt Richenthal)
We’ve got questions, and you’ve (maybe) got answers! With another week of TV gone by, we’re lobbing queries left and right about shows including Mad Men, Pretty Little Liars, Awkward and General Hospital!
1 | Will all future Tony Awards opening numbers be underwhelming in comparison to Neil Patrick Harris’ mile-a-minute tune from Sunday’s broadcast? (Hint: Probably!) And have we figured out how he got from inside the magician’s box on stage to the back of the theater in 15 seconds?
2 | Which of TV’s May »
- Team TVLine
For its 100th story, “Forget Me Not,” Burn Notice needed to tell the story of how Michael (Jeffrey Donovan) and Fiona (Gabrielle Anwar) met, before it rides off into the sunset. But how did we come to that meeting when last we saw Michael, he was in the Dominican Republic trying to keep his deep cover from being blown? And what was the meaning of this line:
Michael: That’s the kiss you give when it’s over.
It meant that Michael blew his chance for eternal happiness with Fiona, even after saving her from Dexter Gambler, (Nick Tarabay, Spartacus: War of the Damned) the spy Randall Burke’s henchman sent stateside to confirm Michael’s mission. She wouldn’t have been caught to begin with, if her, Sam (Bruce Campbell) and Jesse (Coby Bell) weren’t trying to deal with the fallout of Michael’s deal with the CIA. »
- Ernie Estrella
After a 28-year TV hiatus -- excepting a near regular gig as Oscars host -- Billy Crystal is set to star in a pilot for FX called "The Comedians," the cable net announced in May. Crystal sat down with Zap2it to talk about reprising his role as Mike Wazowsky in "Monsters University," the forthcoming Disney-Pixar prequel to the 2001 animated comedy "Monsters, Inc." And, while chatting about taking his lovable character backwards in time, we couldn't resist asking Crystal about his planned return to a long-silent television career.
Crystal's last regular TV role was in 1985 as a cast member on "Saturday Night Live." So, what kind of a pilot would bring the 65-year-old comic legend back to the world of series television? He explains:
"This 'Comedians' show is so hilarious," Crystal says. "It's a wonderful premise of a documentary that had been made about the making of a variety show »
Burn Notice is bringing back a familiar face in its final season.
EW has learned exclusively that Garret Dillahunt will reprise his role as Simon Escher, the psychotic rogue operative who was responsible for committing the crimes Michael was burned for, on the USA drama in an episode set to air this summer.
Dillahunt, who currently plays Burt Chance on Fox’s Raising Hope, was last seen in season 4′s “Hard Time.” In his upcoming appearance, the audience will find the unpredictable Simon Not inside the maximum security prison where he has spent the past years. The big question: Who let him out? »
- Sandra Gonzalez
Fans finally got to see Michael and Fi's first encounter on the 100th episode of "Burn Notice." The episode managed to look back at how they first met, while reuniting them in the present. Clearly, things are very different now.
Michael and Fi were both at a pub in Dublin, and rocking Irish accents. The bartender told Michael her name and described her as "trouble of the worst kind."
"Believe me, lad. You won’t be wanting any of that," the bartender told Michael. "Besides, she’s taken.”
But then Michael saw her give her boyfriend a kiss on the cheek and told the bartender, "That’s the kiss you give when it’s over.”
Back in the present, Michael finally had to reveal himself to his old Scooby gang in order to save Fi's life. He used a warning her father had come up with her to get Fi »
- The Huffington Post
On the 100th episode of Burn Notice - "Forget Me Not" - a ruggedly scruff-looking Michael found himself back in Miami with Strong.
Their goal? Stop Dexter Gamble after he discovered that Michael is actually still working for the CIA.
It feels like our hero has a long road of ahead of him before he'll be comfortable in Miami again. Watching Michael and Madeline in the parking garage absolutely tore me apart. I hate seeing the latter in pain and fear and I really hate to see her and Michael fighting.
Michael’s current situation is doing nothing but scaring and hurting his mother. But at least she got to hug him before she left. I hope she can forgive him when he finally returns.
Then you have Michael’s friends, Sam and Jesse, who were quick to forgive their pal and offer their help, while Fiona is clearly still in pain. »
- email@example.com (Jim Garner)
Before Burn Notice’s hundredth episode tonight, check out our exclusive video from USA with a behind-the-scenes look at the episode, which was directed by star Jeffrey Donovan. You’ll learn how Donovan (Michael), Gabrielle Anwar (Fiona), and the show’s creator, Matt Nix, decided what to include in the flashbacks of when Michael and Fiona first met (hint: explosions and some butt-kicking). As Sharon Gless points out, when the show first started it had been ten years since Fiona had seen Michael and now it’s been almost a year.
There’s also a tease for one of the »
- Sarah Caldwell
Last week, viewers learned what Michael has been up to for the past nine months, though his friends and family were still in the dark, leading Maddy to blow Michael's cover. In tonight's 100th episode -- the second of season 7, titled "Forget Me Not" -- Michael returns to Miami but is strictly forbidden to contact his loved ones. Care to make a wager on how quickly Michael will break that rule? Read on to find out what the Burn Notice writers have in store for us this week. »
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