With Royal Pains ending this summer, it’s the end of an era for USA, as they’ve shifted their focus to darker and more dramatic series like the critically acclaimed Mr. Robot.
After more than ten years, Jack Ryan is back on the big screen with Chris Pine in the role, investigating a possible economic terrorist attack in Moscow in his first major mission for the CIA.
After seven years of spy tips, mojitos, clients and explosions, it all came down to last night’s, final episode of Burn Notice.
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.
Michael’s latest mission for James with Sonya is to take out a former ally while the gang in Miami helps Carlos when a man he helped put in prison is out and looking for revenge.
James tasks the Burn Notice team with protecting a visiting dignitary but they are soon in a race against time when they have to find the antidote after he is poisoned.
The team splits off into pairs this week as Sam and Michael go back to the Dominican Republic to capture a corrupt narcotics officer for James while Fi and Jesse back Strong as he follows a lead to a mental patient James was paying to keep locked away.
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.