Jeffrey Donovan and Gabrielle Anwar
On-screen, he's one of the men that burned Michael Westen (Jeffrey Donovan) from the CIA years ago and the man now blackmailing Fiona (Gabrielle Anwar) for blowing up the consulate and killing two men. Yes, Burn Notice's big bad Anson (Jere Burns) has made many enemies. Off-screen, it's a different story. "I love this character of Anson so much," Anwar tells TVGuide.com. "Just how clever and how manipulative and how intelligent he is in the way that he can control the mechanisms of these characters. ... We're being devoured, essentially, so it's been a very pleasurable season to work on."
Following the shocking reveal in the midseason finale that Anson was part of the organization that burned Michael, Anson will be...
Piper Perabo, Santiago Cabrera
They may play super-secret CIA agents on TV, but when the cast of Covert Affairs came to Comic-Con for the first time on Thursday, they let more than a few pieces of intel slip. Why is Annie's (Piper Perabo) love life about to get "crowded?" (And, more importantly, with whom?) What does Jai (Sendhil Ramamurthy) have up his sleeve? And, most pressing, what does Anne Dudek want to do with Christopher Gorham's abs? Read on for scoop on Season 2...
Gavin Rossdale will guest-star on an upcoming episode of Burn Notice, Entertainment Weekly reports.
The Bush frontman, also known as Mr. Gwen Stefani, will play the wealthy and powerful Armand, a baddie with...
Another explosive season of Burn Notice is about to come to an end, but executive producer Matt Nix promises there are plenty of fireworks in store for the two-hour season finale, airing Dec. 16 at 9/8c on USA Network. "Both of the episodes that run back to back are two of my favorite episodes ever," Nix told TV Guide Magazine at the HRTS Hitmakers Luncheon on December 8. "One is really a battle for Michael's soul. And the finale, I think, is our most action packed and romantic episode yet."
For fans wanting closure, that's exactly what they're going to get....
Gabrielle Anwar and Jeffrey Donovan
Cheers to Burn Notice for saving the best for next-to-last.
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With the 62nd Primetime Emmy Awards a few weeks away, Burn Notice's Sharon Gless is not afraid to admit that she's a bit nervous. Though she's a 10-time nominee and a two-time winner — both for her leading role in Cagney & Lacey — Gless, 67, considers herself ...
Who's cooler than Burn Notice's Michael Westen (Jeffrey Donovan)? How about Hollywood screen legend Burt Reynolds, who shows up tonight (9/8c, USA) as an ex—CIA operative targeted by the Russians after he lets slip some Cold War—era info that's still top secret...
Coby Bell has slipped with the greatest of ease into the role of Jesse Porter on Burn Notice (Thursdays, 9/8c, USA), a counterintelligence expert who's joined the do-gooder trio of Michael, Fi and Sam after being inadvertently burned by Michael. Chatting with the hunky Third Watch vet, we get the sneaking suspicion the superspy role comes kind of naturally...
Numb3rs vet Navi Rawat is jumping right back into troubled waters with a dark, sexy role as a mystery woman named Kendra who gets involved with Jeffrey Donovan's Michael Westen on USA Network's Burn Notice.
"My character starts out as the girl next door, but it turns out she's not at all what she appears to be," teases Navi, whose three-episode arc kicks off June 24...
Burn Notice (Thursdays at 9 pm/ET) is on fire, both figuratively and literally (usually thanks to Fiona's pyrotechnic work). After opening its third season with a cool 6 million viewers, the USA Network action-drama has been spying impressive demos. But will things ever combust between Michael and his onetime lady love? Gabrielle Anwar offered TVGuide.com a peek at what's to come.
TVGuide.com: That was some nifty knife-throwing Fiona demonstrated in last week's episode.
Gabrielle Anwar: [Laughs] Thank you. I fooled ya, huh? Yeah, that wasn't me. I did learn how to throw that thing, but I confess that they wouldn't let me do it if there was another human being within a mile radius.
TVGuide.com: So then what fun skills have you learned on the show? Is there anything you could pull off in a pinch? Maybe wire some C-4?
Anwar: I could probably blow something up. But I think our props master, who is quite the genius, is reluctant to give me ...