USA Network Hasn't Yet Committed To The 'Burn Notice' Pilot
For those of you who have been hiding in a cave as of late, Bruce has gotten a new show called Burn Notice in which he plays a supporting role. The USA Network, which is home to shows like The Dead Zone and The 4400, have green lighted and filmed the pilot for the show but has yet to commit to picking up the pilot and ordering more episodes for the show. Burn Notice centers around a international agent (Jeffrey Donovan) who is has been terminated by his employers and with the assistance of a group of colleagues, helps the people who can't go to the police. Kind of like the A-Team of sorts. Bruce plays the muscle in the show who is an ex Naval Seal. According to 411Mania, the USA Network greenlighted the production of 3 pilots for their network and recently gave one of the pilots a full season committment (11 more episodes because USA Network only does half seasons). The other two shows, To Live and Die in LA and Bruce's new show Burn Notice have yet to be committed to by the USA Network. Here is an excerpt from the article:
"USA has given an 11 episode commitment to Mary Sunshine, starring Mary McCormick as a federal marshal trying to balance her work in the witness relocation program with having a personal life. No word yet on the fate of To Love And Die In LA and Burn Notice, the network's other two big pilots."
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