With its debut episode, USA network is already seeing results with In Plain Sight: The new series broke the 'net's premiere ratings record Sunday night with its opener. The show, which features Mary McCormack as a U.S. Marshal managing the Federal Witness Protection Program, saw 5.3 million viewers - 32 percent more than last summer's Burn Notice debut.

The new drama also shattered a previous network record, becoming the most-watched series debut since 2004's The 4400, says the Reporter. The show had increased numbers across all key demos. Did you tune in? Maybe it's time to set your "sights" on a new show. - Anna Dimond

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