Burn Notice: Season Five Returns November 3rd

Burn Notice returnsAs previously announced, USA Network is bringing back Burn Notice on November 3rd for the remainder of season five. There are six episodes left in the season and they’ll run through mid-December. The show’s already been renewed for a sixth season.

Here’s a press release from the cable channel that teases the upcoming installments:


USA powerhouse original series BURN NOTICE premieres with all-new episodes on Thursday, November 3 @ 10/9c.

USA Network’s hit sun-soaked spy drama BURN NOTICE returns with six all-new episodes of the fifth season on Thursday, November 3 at 10/9c. Summer’s mid-season finale of BURN NOTICE left blacklisted spy Michael Westen (Jeffrey Donovan) at the beck and call of a new breed of bad guy who infiltrates his life in deeper ways than ever before. As Michael continues working alongside his former agency in Miami, he’s forced to protect his loved ones by aiding an enemy.

Michael (Donovan) and Fiona (Gabrielle Anwar) head to Puerto Rico to abduct a financial hacker whose software they need for Anson (guest star Jere Burns), but the hacker has some dangerous enemies waiting for him in Miami. Meanwhile, Sam (Bruce Campbell) and Jesse (Coby Bell) train Madeline (Sharon Gless) to retrieve sensitive information from the police.
AIRDATE: Thursday, November 3 @ 10/9c
Guest Stars: Lauren Stamile, Jere Burns, Ian Anthony Dale, Ptolemy Slocum

Coming to BURN NOTICE this December, action film trio Dean Cain (“Superman”), Eric Roberts (“Dark Knight”) and Kristanna Loken (“Terminator 3″) bring firepower to the series’ exciting season finale. Dean Cain guest stars as Ryan Pewterbaugh, an All-American operative with a deep loyalty toward Michael Westen (Donovan); Eric Roberts portrays smooth talker Reed Perkins, who makes his living selling sensitive information to unfriendly governments and Kristanna Loken plays hotshot CIA operative Rebecca Lang, assigned to Michael’s team.

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  1. Kat says

    Yay. By then, we’ll know if most new shows of the season have failed or not. Or at least, we’ll know the dismal failures and the amazing successes. I’m really excited to see where they go next with Burn Notice — to see, as I read in an interview, how Michael handles doing the worst possible thing in his professional life (betraying the C.I.A.) to avoid the worst possible thing in his personal life (losing Fiona).

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