Covert Affairs Sneak Peek: McQuaid Searches for MIA Auggie
Covert Affairs' Chris Gorham on Auggie and McQuaid's 'Complicated' Face-Off
Ex-boyfriend, meet the new beau.
The men in Annie Walker’s life finally cross paths on this Thursday’s Covert Affairs (USA Network, 10/9c), and the episode’s helmer, star Chris Gorham, took full advantage of his position as boss when it was time for the characters to come face-to-face. READ MORE
Pilot Scoop: USA Network Orders Supernatural Drama Evil Men, Starring Dallas Roberts and Clifton Collins Jr.
USA Network is looking to add a supernatural thriller to its portfolio of legal and crime procedurals with Evil Men, a drama pilot starring Dallas Roberts (The Good Wife) and Clifton Collins Jr. (The Event), TVLine has learned. READ MORE
Graceland Renewed for Season 3
That terrifying flatline at the end of Graceland‘s Season 2 finale? It just blipped. READ MORE
Post Mortem: Covert Affairs EPs Talk Auggie's Dark Road Ahead, Annie and Eyal's (Romantic?) Bond
Warning: The following contains spoilers from Thursday’s premiere of Covert Affairs.
Who wants to lend Auggie a shoulder to cry on?
Post Mortem: White Collar EP on Neal's Deal, Peter and Elizabeth's Surprise
Warning: The following contains spoilers from Thursday’s season premiere of White Collar.
Covert Affairs Bosses Preview Annie-Eyal Reunion, Auggie's Big Arc
When Covert Affairs resumes this Thursday (USA Network, 10/9c), Annie’s maybe-boyfriend Ryan is unconscious and her ex Auggie is working for another spy service. But that doesn’t mean the former CIA agent will be lonesome READ MORE
White Collar Creator Previews Final Season's 'Dangerous' Foes, Reveals Scrapped 'Broken Hearts' Revenge Plot
White Collar has saved the best and baddest criminals for its last, grand con.
The USA Network drama’s final season (premiering Thursday at 9/8c) finds Neal and Peter — not to mention, all their loved ones — in harm’s way as READ MORE
Scoop: Royal Pains Renewed at USA for Seasons 7 and 8
Royal Pains fans will have the pleasure of HankMed’s company for at least two more seasons.
USA Network has renewed the Mark Feuerstein-fronted medical dramedy for Seasons 7 and 8, TVLine has learned. READ MORE