If you’re itching to see what happens with Annie Walker following the summer run of “Covert Affairs,” you won’t have to wait all that long. The same goes for Michael Westen and “Burn Notice.”
USA will bring both series back in early November to complete their current seasons. Their fall runs will join the previously announced sixth season of “Psych,” which premieres Oct. 12.
The cable channel will also air two films on Sunday, Sept. 11, to mark the 10th anniversary of the attacks on the World Trade Center and Pentagon. The drama “The Space Between,” starring Melissa Leo, airs at 9 p.m. ET and will be followed by the Oscar-winning documentary short “Twin Towers.” Both will air commercial-free.
“Covert Affairs” will begin a six-episode run to end its second season on Tuesday, Nov. 1. Annie (Piper Perabo) will continue to take on far-flung missions for the CIA but also must deal with the fallout of revealing her job to her sister (Anne Dudek).
“Burn Notice” will also get a six-episode fall run beginning Thursday, Nov. 3. Lauren Stamile will continue her guest role as Agent Pearce, and Jere Burns (“Justified,” “Breaking Bad”) and Ian Anthony Dale (“The Event”) are also set to guest-star alongside Jeffrey Donovan and Co.
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