'Psych' and 'Burn Notice' Return to USA Next Week

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November 3rd, 2010

They're back!  Episode descriptions for next week are below so if you don't like any spoilers at all, look away now!

But fans will want to check our our individual pages for both Burn Notice and Psych with links to news and ratings posts and episode viewing lists.

via press release:

NEXT WEEK ON USA…
TWO OF USA'S HOTTEST HIT SERIES ON TELEVISION -
Psych” AND “Burn Notice” -
RETURN WITH ALL NEW EPISODES!

And check out USA's New Character Approved Blog, Celebrating the People, Places and Ideas that are
Making a Mark on the American Cultural Landscape

Turn back the clocks next week with all-new episodes of USA's most delectable guilty pleasures when Psych and Burn Notice return to provide laughter and heat as the weather starts to chill...

WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 10

Psych – “Extradition II”– 10/9c (MID-SEASON PREMIERE!)

Shawn (James Roday) and Gus (Dulé Hill) return to Vancouver to visit their old nemesis Despereux (guest star Cary Elwes) in prison at the felon’s request, who then uses them to escape and pull one last job before he is extradited to the United States.  Only while he is out, he is framed for the murder of a Crown Attorney and now asks the guys for help clearing his name of this most recent – and frankly unseemly – charge.

Guest Starring Cary Elwes

THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 11

Burn Notice – “Eyes Open” – 10/9c (MID-SEASON PREMIERE!)
When a vengeful lawyer hires a paranoid bombmaker to kill off members of a local gang, Michael (Jeffrey Donovan) is forced to intervene before innocent lives are lost in the mayhem.  Meanwhile, Michael and Jesse (Coby Bell) must work together to track down a stolen document containing highly classified government secrets.

Guest Starring Daniel Pino

And check out USA's New Character Approved Blog...

The CHARACTER APPROVED BLOG celebrates the people, places and ideas that are making a mark on the American cultural landscape.  Please visit www.characterblog.com and this Thursday, check out Jerri Chou's blogpost about Crowdrise.  The site, created by actor Edward Norton, is an online platform for grassroots organizations, activists and their supporters to raise funds for their campaigns and causes.  Celebrities like Seth Rogen, Jonah Hill and Will Ferrell have already pledged their support and now you can too.

 
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