‘Burn Notice’ Sizzles with Viewers

It looks like word is getting on USA’s newest addition to its quirky line up.  Burn Notice saw an increase in its audience in its second week.

Westen and his momAccording to Variety, most new series see a drop of 10 to 20% in its numbers after its first episode.  But not Burn Notice.   Instead USA’s newest drama about former spy Michael Westen (Jeffrey Donovan) getting burned has seen an increase in viewers.

During its premier, Burn Notice brought in 3.1 million viewers.  However, by the second episode, the audience had grown to 4 million viewers.

Haven’t seen Burn Notice yet?  A new episode airs Thursday at 10 p.m. on USA and Michael helps out a single mom who is wanted dead by a drug trafficker so she can’t testify against him.

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4 Responses to ‘Burn Notice’ Sizzles with Viewers

  1. doctorhuh says:

    Burn Notice is a cool show. Hopefully Jeffrey Donovan can keep this show going long enough for everyone else to enjoy it! He’s a great actor but hopefully this one lasts longer than Touching Evil, the previous USA show he had which was great too. At least USA knows that they have a good thing. USA keeps coming up with good ones, from Monk to Psych to Dead Zone and now Burn Notice. Thanks for the update!

  2. vacelts says:

    doctorhuh, USA has really found its nitch. It does quirky really well.

    I liked Touching Evil too, but it was a little dark.

  3. Nancy Block says:

    Burn Notice is highly addictive. I thought Michael’s running narrative would be annoying but it grows on you. I thought big deal everyweek he tries to find out who burned him.
    Boring, like how many years can you be looking for a “one , armed man that killed your wife(The Fugitive). I was wrong on all accounts. Michael found out who burned him and now wants to know why.
    Meanwhile the show is getting better and better. Its a must see for me, and I don’t watch tv apart from the weather, golf channel & old, old reruns of shows that really were good.

  4. vacelts says:

    Nancy, the narrative is actually addictive. I can’t remember what Michael was doing in the last episode we watch, but my husband looked at me and said, I feel like we should be taking notes in case we every need these handy tips. LOL

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