TV News – 6/4/09

In honour of the season premiere of Burn Notice on the USA network tonight, here’s a preview clip of tonight’s episode: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=u9GMuWnyjC8

For more on USA and other new, check out after the jump!

After Burn Notice tonight, a new series called Royal Pains is premiering on the USA network. Royal Pains is about Dr. Hank Lawson (Mark Feurerstein), who makes house calls to the rich and famous. I’ve seen a few clips and it does look amusing.

Here’s a sneak Peek:

Was T-Bag from Prison Break a bad guy you just loved to hate? Well, fear not. Rumour has it, Robert Knepper will be appearing on Heroes next season as a villian. Honestly I don’t see him playing anything but the bad guy, because he’s just so good at being bad. They will also be adding a new friend/roomate for Claire (Hayden Panettiere), played by Madeline Zima (Californication). For this news and more info on Heroes season 4, check out Kristin @ EOnline. | Also Ausiello.

David Carradine, known as Kwai Chang Caine on the TV series Kung Fu, has died at age 72. This is really sad, he was really good in the Kill Bill films as well. Check it out here: Zap2It

Love the vampire, Bill, from True Blood? Here’s an interview with Stephen Moyer courtesy of Kristin@E!Online. He dishes on the new season, the love with Sookie onscreen and his relationship with Anna Paquin off screen. Check out the great interview here: E!Online

Warehouse 13, which is a new original series from the SCI FI network, has a long lineup of stars making guest appearances in it’s premiere season. The new series premieres on July 7th. For a list of the wonderful guest stars check in with The Futon Critic.

Here’s a clip of the new series:

Did the Fox network change it’s mind on airing Ronald D. Moore’s new show, Virtuality? Nothing’s comfirmed yet, but they are moving the TV movie premiere (ie pilot) of it to June 26th, instead of the dooming date of July 4th. Read about it here:TV Addict

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