Burn Notice Mid-Season Finale Sets Ratings Record

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Burn Notice ended the first half of its third season on fire.

The Jeffrey Donovan-led series drew the most viewers in the history of the USA network for its mid-season finale last Thursday night.


According to Variety, "Long Way Back" drew 7.6 million total viewers, along with 2.8 million in the valued 18-49 year-old demographic; it was the top scripted show of the evening.

That's the good news for fans. The bad news?

Michael Westen and crew won't be back until the winter.  

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