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Check out the poster for USA's new drama, 'Dig'

USA is bringing ancient conspiracy theories to life in its new thriller, Dig.

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USA renews 'Playing House' for season 2

USA has renewed Playing House for an eight-episode second season, EW has learned.

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'Benched' premiere react: Happy ending for Eliza Coupe

When Nina’s ex-fiancé tells her he’s engaged mere minutes before she’s passed over for law partner by a big breasted colleague, she can’t help but break everything in the room—champagne flutes, a candy dish, even a vase that Sir Elton John gave the firm. And since her day’s going just peachy, the elevator doors refuse to close after she double flips off the entire office, leaving her looking sheepish as elevator music plays.  READ FULL STORY

'Walking Dead' star Sarah Wayne Callies joins 'Colony' cast

There will be a meeting of the sci-fi minds as former The Walking Dead star Sarah Wayne Callies will be joining the cast of Colony, the new USA Network pilot from former Lost co-showrunner Carlton Cuse. Another Lost alum, Josh Holloway, will also be starring in the drama, which takes place in a modern day Los Angeles that is being occupied by alien invaders. READ FULL STORY

Zach Gilford, Jonathan Cake join USA's 'Stanistan'

From the fictional town of Dillon, Texas, to a whole new fictional country—that seems to be the latest trajectory for Zach Gilford, who’s joined the cast of USA’s upcoming original drama pilot Stanistan.

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'Graceland' finale sneak peek: Will Charlie's kidnapping derail the mission?

Just when you thought Sid would be taken down in the Graceland finale, Charlie’s kidnapping may detail Mike’s mission.

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'Dexter' alum Jennifer Carpenter joins USA's Middle Eastern drama 'Stanistan'

Jennifer Carpenter may soon be returning to cable TV. The Dexter alum has been tapped to star in USA’s pilot Stanistan, EW has learned.

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'Suits': Meet former name partner Charles Van Dyke -- EXCLUSIVE VIDEO

On the April 3 episode of Suits, Harvey Specter (Gabriel Macht) may have more to deal with than Mike (Patrick J. Adams) deciding whether or not to leave the firm for a new job that doesn’t involve pretending to be a lawyer. Former name partner Charles Van Dyke (Homeland‘s Jamey Sheridan) returns with an axe to grind with Jessica (Gina Torres). Watch a sneak peek below. READ FULL STORY

USA renews 'White Collar'

USA Network has said yes to more Matt Bomer. (And who wouldn’t?)

The network announced today that it has renewed White Collar for a six-episode sixth season. The studio declined to say whether the season would be the series’s last.

Meanwhile, USA has also picked up Rush, a drama written and produced by Warm Bodies director Jonathan Levine, and Complications, a drama from Burn Notice creator Matt Nix. Both shows are slated for 10-episode runs.

Rush stars Tom Ellis as a party-loving doctor named William Rush who is a master of discretion and the go-to for hush-hush medical needs. Meanwhile, Complications is a medical drama/action series starring Jason O’Mara as a doctar whose outlook on medicine is transformed after a drive-by shooting incident requires him to make a rash decision.

'Office' alum Oscar Nunez joins USA comedy 'Benched'

Oscar Nunez is coming back to TV.

This time, The Office alum will star alongside Happy Endings‘ Eliza Coupe in the upcoming USA Network comedy Benched, about a corporate attorney whose breakdown leaves her working as a public defender. Nunez, who joins as a series regular, will play a colleague of Nina’s.

The single-cam comedy, from executive producers and writers Michaela Watkins (Saturday Night Live) and Damon Jones (Halfway Home), also stars Jay Harrington, who plays a public defender at Nina’s office.

Since signing off with The Office almost year ago, Nunez has appeared on It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia
and has a role in the upcoming Chilean miner movie The 33, which stars Antonio Banderas.

Benched received a series order from the USA Network in January.

USA announces premiere dates for 'Psych', 'White Collar,' 'Suits,' and more

Matt Bomer may not be playing Christian Grey, but he’ll be back on your television soon.

The actor’s show, White Collar, will return Thursday, Jan. 9 at 9 p.m. ET, the network announced today. USA also announced return dates for several of its other popular shows.

Psych will return for its eighth season Wednesday, Jan 8. at 9:00 p.m. ET. This season will feature guest stars Mira Sorvino, Phylicia Rashad, Kristy Swanson, Anthony Michael Hall, Tom Arnold, Billy Zane, Loretta Devine, Bruce Campbell, and Cary Elwes.
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Steven Pasquale to guest on 'White Collar' -- EXCLUSIVE

He had two personalities on his short-lived NBC drama Do No Harm, but we presume Steven Pasquale (Rescue Me) will be playing just one role when he pop us on White Collar this season. He’s set to appear in one of season 5’s final five episodes as Conrad Worth, a rogue stock broker who sees an opportunity to exploit the world of high-frequency trading on Wall Street, EW has learned. Most recently, Pasquale starred in a limited-run Off Broadway musical adaptation of Todd Haynes’ 2002 film Far From Heaven.

Season 5 of White Collar premieres Thursday, Oct. 17 at 9 p.m. ET on USA.

'Suits': Max Beesley talks Stephen's bathroom brawl with Harvey, 'legitimate feelings' for Donna

While fans await the courtroom fireworks on tonight’s episode of Suits (USA, 10 p.m. ET), now that Harvey (Gabriel Macht) knows Stephen (Max Beesley) orchestrated the murders that oil tycoon Ava (Michelle Fairley) stands accused of ordering, we’re still obsessed with last week’s bathroom brawl between Harvey and Stephen.

“Stephen’s referenced quite a few times as being a rugby player and someone who could be dangerous, so obviously he couldn’t be a complete walkover. However, Harvey is Harvey. There can only be one winner physically,” Beesley says, chuckling. “So the old ego had to take a backseat there.”

While they filmed Stephen throwing a few more punches than he ended up landing in the final cut, Huntley was happy with the way the scene turned out: “The audience has always got Harvey’s back. It made sense story-wise for him to come out on top. And it was really good to do something [physical] like that, because I don’t think the show shows a lot of that. It ups all the tension between Harvey and Stephen for the next episode.”

Unlike most of his previous roles, Beesley didn’t know “fixer” Stephen’s full arc when he signed on to Suits.
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