Have you ever been wronged? Or something done to you without you knowing why you were dealt with that way? Life can really be so unfair at times, specially if it gets turned upside down in a blink. If you have, be sure to watch USA Network's Burn Notice, scheduled to premiere on June 28th!
Watch as Michael Westen (Jeffrey Donovan) copes from being a spy to being "burned" (meaning, he gets fired) while on a difficult mission. He gets dumped on the one place he vowed he'd never return, with his old foes trying to gun him down, while the government freezes his bank account and made sure he'll never work again. But he's got his Special Ops training still intact, and being a survivor since 17, he scrapes by lending his services to those who can't approach the cops. He's on a different mission now, though; and that is to find the person responsible for him receiving the Burn Notice. Of course, he can't very well do all of these on his own. He's got two "friends" he can always count on: Fiona Glenanne (Gabrielle Anwar), a former ex-girlfriend who happened to be associated with the IRA for 14 years, before she left the organization, and also an expert in explosives and lock-picking, amongst other things; and Sam Axe (Bruce Campbell), a former Navy Seal, Military Intel Operative, and all-around Cold Warrior.
Whether Michael wants to or not, he needs them. Watch how Michael deals with all of these, together with his adoring mother, Madeline (Sharon Gless), who helps him get clients while playing cards with her neigbors. Armed with his Special Ops training, some good "friends" and a doting mother who keeps calling, let's watch Michael as he reluctantly becomes everybody's hero.