As the “family” is torn apart in The Fate of the Furious, we’re going back to when it first formed in 2001’s franchise starter, The Fast and the Furious.
The Paranormal Activity franchise takes a detour to California and follows Jesse, who seems to be on the verge of being possessed in a similar manner to Katie by demonic forces.
In the penultimate episode of Burn Notice, Michael is handed the keys to James’ organization and the power it will give him might cause him to lose his friends, who are desperate to get him out any way possible.
An action packed episode of Burn Notice ends with Michael revealing himself to James and Sonya after the CIA betrays his trust and brings one of his most hated enemies in to help in the capture of James.
As part of a test to get fully into Sonya’s organization, Michael endures a drug induced, Inception style journey through some of his darkest memories as the group’s leader, James, tries to determine what kind of man Michael truly is.
Michael and Fi go undercover as hackers to take down the group that found and sold Sonya’s identity in this week’s episode, directed by Jonathan Frakes.
Michael is in a dark place at the beginning of the final season of Burn Notice, as the deal he made to get the rest of the gang cleared sent him into deep cover in the Dominican Republic to find an ex-CIA operative who is planning a major terrorist attack.
The Season 6 finale of Burn Notice ends up in some familiar territory with Michael possibly back in the CIA, but the journey there has some tense and exciting sequences, including a game of chicken with the Coast Guard.
The Burn Notice team manages to get their new passports but a disgruntled rival smuggler forces Michael, Sam, Fi and Schmidt into a nearby factory with seemingly no way out.
The group has to try and con one of Schmidt’s clients with a broken remote circuit breaker and stop him from pulling a heist in the latest episode of Burn Notice.