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'Graceland' finale sneak peek: Where is Briggs? -- EXCLUSIVE VIDEO

We’re not sure where Briggs (Daniel Sunjata) took off to at the end of last week’s episode of the recently renewed Graceland, but in this week’s season finale, Mike (Aaron Tveit) isn’t going to wait for an answer to come his way. He’s going to find Briggs himself.

The problem? His housemates are on the line, specifically Dale (Brandon Jay McLaren), who, as this exclusive sneak peek indicates, could be in major trouble for helping Briggs get away (if he is, indeed, on the run).

Take a look below and catch the finale tomorrow at 10 p.m. on the USA Network.

'True Blood,' 'Teen Wolf,' 'Castle,' 'Graceland': Find out what's next in the Spoiler Room

Happy Friday. It’s scoop time.

And over the weekend, perhaps in between watching those old episodes of the Sopranos that I know you downloaded in grief (as I did!), don’t forget to send in your scoop requests to


True Blood premiered its sixth season last weekend on HBO, and while the reaction was somewhat mixed, I was glad to see one consistent feeling across the board: Gov. Burrell is one big slimy toad.

As you know, Burrell is the one leading this anti-vampire campaign, but quite soon, even more about his charge against the vamps will come to light — and some of it is a little disturbing. (One word: Experiments) “That is quite something,” Kristin Bauer van Straten says of the upcoming revelations about just how far Burrell’s gone to start developing defenses against the vamps. “It’s just all part of the theme that the tables have turned and the vampires are being hunted….[The humans] are figuring out how to fight back.” READ FULL STORY

USA announces summer premiere dates for 'Suits,' 'Covert Affairs,' 'Burn Notice,' more

USA, the blue sky network, has announced premiere dates for its summer shows. Burn Notice returns first on June 6, followed that night by the debut of Graceland, the new drama from White Collar creator Jeff Eastin centered on undercover agents from the FBI, DEA and US Customs living and working under one roof. Royal Pains and Necessary Roughness launch their new seasons on June 12, while Covert Affairs and Suits follow on July 16.

A new reality show, Summer Camp, which has 16 adults competing in “over-the-top competitions inspired by classic camp games,” will premiere in July.

Read more:
‘Suits’ season 2 finale postmortem: Creator Aaron Korsh talks that scene you just rewound (and what’s next)
‘Covert Affairs’ season finale postmortem: Creators talk show-changing moment
‘Burn Notice’ renewed for shorter seventh season


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