Covert Affairs News
Covert Affairs kicks off Season 3 on July 10. Watch a new promo for the USA hit now.
Posted in: Promos
Covert Affairs Season 3 Premiere Pics: Blood and Sweat
Covert Affairs Season 3 airs on July 10. But you can get an advanced look at various scenes from the episode now.
TV Fanatic Giveaway: USA Network Prize Pack, DVDs!
TV Fanatic is teaming up with USA Network to offer a handful of great prizes. Read on for details.
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USA Reveals Summer Premiere Dates for Burn Notice, Suits and More
When does your favorite USA Network show return? Find out in this premiere date calendar!
Posted in: TV Listings
Covert Affairs Season 3 Scoop: Rebecca Creskoff Replaced By...
Rebecca Creskoff has been cast on the third season of Covert Affairs. In what role? Learn more now!
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Covert Affairs Season 2 Report Card: B
In this TV Fanatic Report card, critic Dan Forcella gives a grade to season two of Covert Affairs. Do you agree with it?
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Covert Affairs Season Finale Round Table: Giving a Grade
Covert Affairs wrapped up season two with an exciting episode this week. We look back over "Letter Never Sent" in this edition of the TV Fanatic Round Table.
Christopher Gorham Reacts to Covert Affairs Season Finale Tease
Fans of Covert Affairs are still buzzing over the concluding scene from this week's season two finale. That includes Christopher Gorham.
Posted in: Interviews
Covert Affairs Review: Many The Milestone
Annie has many a milestone in the Covert Affairs second season finale. Read the review to find which ones mean the most moving forward.
Covert Affairs Season 2 Finale Preview: Hope for Aggie?!?
Will Covert Affairs close out its second season with a love connection? That possibility is teased in this preview.
Posted in: Promos
Covert Affairs Review: Not The Thinker
Annie became a double agent for MI-6 on this week's Covert Affairs. Did it get our juices flowing? Read on to find out...
Covert Affairs Review: Annie Got A Gun!
Sibling angst was at the heart of this week's Covert Affairs. Our critic found the coincidences to be a little too convenient.