"It's not a question of if he finds you — just a question of when."
That's what Calder (Hill Harper) says to Annie (Piper Perabo) on Thursday's Covert Affairs now that Henry (Gregory Itzin) knows that ...
Part 2 of Covert Affairs' fourth season can be summed up in one word: dark. And we're not just talking about Piper Perabo's new brunette locks.
"There's a grittier, darker feel to these six episodes with Annie [Perabo] off the grid," executive producer Matt Corman tells TVGuide.com. "I think we've always seen the show as an evolution of a spy. We thought it'd be interesting in these six episodes to unplug her and put her completely on her own without her...
Covert Affairs has been renewed for a 16-episode fifth season, USA announced Thursday.
The USA drama, which stars Piper Perabo and Christopher Gorham as CIA agents, averages nearly 4 million viewers an episode.
Covert Affairs Bosses on Deadly Finale: "Everything is different now"
"No other series on television travels the globe to tell a story like Covert Affairs, and we are pleased to bring it back for another season" USA president Chris McCumber said in a statement. "With its intricate storytelling, diverse characters and authentic locations, the series continues to be a cornerstone in our line-up of USA's original signature dramas."
[WARNING: The following story contains spoilers about the midseason finale of Covert Affairs. Read at your own risk.]
Looks like the stress of Arthur's legal troubles and dealing with Henry is catching up with Joan on Covert Affairs.
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On Tuesday's summer finale (9/8c, USA), Annie (Piper Perabo) is still off the grid on her mission to take down Henry (Gregory Itzin), putting more pressure on Joan ...