[Spoiler Alert! The following story reveals major plot points from Thursday's summer finale of Burn Notice. Read if you dare.]
Michael Westin (Jeffrey Donovan) has been burned before, but...
Many weeks have passed since Michael's brother, Nate, was murdered right in front of him on Burn Notice. But our favorite burned spy may finally be able to get his revenge.
In this exclusive sneak peek from Thursday's summer finale (9/8c on USA), Michael's old CIA training officer, Tom Card (John C. McGinley), pitches in to...
John C. McGinley and Jeffrey Donovan
Is Fiona (Gabrielle Anwar) finally getting out of prison?
Michael's love has been stuck behind bars (and in that horrendous orange jumpsuit!) since Burn Notice's season premiere, but now that she's finally starting to get the hang of life in the slammer, it might be her time to go. But there's a catch. A big one...
John C. McGinley
When John C. McGinley was first offered a recurring role as a CIA training officer on Burn Notice, it wasn't too far from how a CIA agent might receive a mission.
"I was coming home on a Monday night. It was about 7 o'clock. The phone rang and my agent said, 'You need to get home and read this script. If you like it, there's an offer for you to go do five episodes of Burn Notice,'" McGinley tells TVGuide.com. "'The only catch is you have to leave tomorrow morning.'"
Suffice it to say, the Scrubs alum was on a plane to Miami the next morning. "It just fell in my lap. It was one of those great gigs that...
Sorry, Burn Notice fans. Fiona will not be getting out of prison anytime soon. Series creator and executive producer Matt Nix is just having too much fun.
"We don't get her out in the first episode. We don't get her out in the second episode and we don't get her out in the third episode," Nix tells TVGuide.com with a laugh. (It is too late for a spoiler alert?) "It's fun just to see Fiona in prison. Obviously, she's not an average prisoner, and prison is not a safe place to be. She's got her own set of challenges and her own set of characters....
John C. McGinley
Scrubs vet John C. McGinley is trading in his scalpel for some more heavy duty machinery.
The veteran actor has nabbed a recurring role on the upcoming sixth season of Burn Notice as the CIA training officer who taught...
After nine seasons and two networks, it may be time for the Scrubs cast members to hang up their stethoscopes for good, says executive producer and former star Zach Braff.
Braff, 34, wrote on his Facebook page that the series will not be...
Dave Franco, Michael Mosley, Nicky Whelan, Kerry Bishe
Sacred Heart Hospital has closed for good. In fact, it's been leveled. In its place stands a shiny new medical school campus that is the home of the rebooted Scrubs (Tuesdays at 9/8c).
For now, the setting change notwithstanding, things are pretty much the status quo on the ABC sitcom. J.D. (Zach Braff), Turk (Donald Faison) and Dr. Cox (John C. McGinley) — plus former intern Denise (Eliza Coupe) — have all joined the faculty of the new medical school. A very-pregnant Elliot (Sarah Chalke) is waddling through the halls. Carla and The Janitor are no longer on the show, their absences explained tidily early on in the new season.
But things will change soon...
[SPOILER ALERT: Do not read this article if you don't want to know how Scrubs will change this season.]
When Scrubs returns for its somewhat unexpected ninth season this fall on ABC, the show will make a move from the halls of Sacred Heart to those of a medical school — with Christopher Turk (played by Donald Faison) and Dr. Cox (John C. McGinley) leading the way.
"It's going to be a different show," creator Bill Lawrence told EW's Ausiello. "It'll still be life-and-death stakes, but if the show is just Scrubs again in the hospital with a different person's voiceover, it would be a disaster, and people would be mad."
While Cox and Turk will now be teaching and the setting will ...