After spending seven years blowing things up, engaging in high-speed car chases and drinking mojitos — OK, maybe that last part wasn't so tough —Bruce Campbell knew he wanted to take a long break from acting following the end of Burn Notice.
"After you finish a series, you're like, 'I'm retiring.' This came up, and I was like, 'Yeah, I have to do this," he tells TVGuide.com.
'This' being a role on...
[Spoiler alert: The following story reveals major plot points from Thursday's series finale of Burn Notice. Read at your own risk, or prepare to be burned.]
In the final chapter of Burn Notice, Michael Westen (Jeffrey Donovan) faced his biggest enemy of all....
It's the last day of shooting on the penultimate episode of USA's long-running spy hit Burn Notice, but if you had bet that the cast would be coasting to the finish line, you would get burned. At Burger King's former Miami headquarters — abandoned after they were damaged by Hurricane Andrew in 1992 — secret agent men Jeffrey Donovan and Bruce Campbell are lowering themselves into a man-made bay that runs alongside the industrial complex. (For Burn's purposes, it has been converted into a shady hacker's satellite-communications center.) Oh, and a real-life crocodile has made a surprise appearance, ominously swimming around in the water and, at one point, devouring a turtle.
Coby Bell and Bruce Campbell
Turns out Burn Notice might not be burned out after all. Even as the USA Network spy smash shoots its final episode in Miami, there's talk of a possible spinoff following the further adventures of unorthodox operatives Sam Axe (Bruce Campbell) and...
"Michael, what have you done?"
That's what Fiona (Gabrielle Anwar) asked her longtime beau at the end of Burn Notice's Season 6 finale, when Michael (Jeffrey Donovan) made a mysterious deal with the CIA after he shot his former training officer (Tom Card) and tried to...
Wendy Raquel Robinson, Coby Bell, Brandy
It had to come out eventually.
On the midseason finale of The Game (Tuesday at 10/9c on BET), Chardonnay (Brandy) is forced to tell Jason (Coby Bell) about...
One year ago, Brandy attended the Season 4 premiere of The Game and walked away with one thought.
"I was like, 'This is a fantastic show. I would love to be part of something this smart and this amazing and relatable,'" she tells TVGuide.com.
So surely she must've reached out to BET and producers, right? ...
Coby Bell, Wendy Raquel Robinson and Hosea Chanchez
Like so many working actor, the stars of The Game kept busy until they got that call from BET.
"I did a pilot for ABC," Wendy Raquel Robinson tells TVGuide.com. "Unfortunately, that ...
After two years, dozens of campaigns and a long-awaited comeback on BET, the stars of The Game just have one thing to say to their fans: Thank you.
"Thank you so much," Tia Mowry Hardict tells TVGuide.com in a message for the fans. "You've proven that if you really, really love a show and if you fight hard for it, wherever there's a will, there's a way."
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Adds Hosea Chanchez: "It is just so astonishing how you got together and made this thing a reality. ... Thank you so much for contributing to the return of ...
TV show resurrections are nothing new — TNT saved Southland, CBS saved Medium — but a comeback after two years in the grave?
"You don't see those too often. Usually, the longer it takes, the less likely it is. But here we are. The Game is alive and kicking!" creator and executive producer Mara Brock Akil tells TVGuide.com. "It's been a long journey, but I wouldn't have it any other way."
Nearly two years after CW pulled the plug, the comedy about football players and the women who love them, makes its improbable return Tuesday on BET with two episodes — thanks mostly, Brock Akil says, to the devoted fans. "In a sense, we felt buried alive because we felt we had so much in the show creatively. I can only imagine being buried alive and you start hearing people digging you out! 'Yes, I'm in here!'" Brock Akil says. "We are very ...