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Burn Notice 8 Seasons 2012

Season 6
4.7 out of 5 stars (660) IMDb 8/10

The hit spy drama Burn Notice returns for an emotional sixth season. Burn Notice stars Jeffrey Donovan as formerly black-listed spy, Michael Westen, currently working under-the-radar with the CIA on special projects.

Starring:
Jeffrey Donovan, Gabrielle Anwar
Original air date:
December 20, 2012

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1. Scorched Earth

Michael hunts Anson through the streets of Miami in the wake of the Season 5 finale. Refusing to let Anson get away, Michael races against the clock to find him... but time may not be his only obstacle.

CC TV-PG June 14, 2012 43 minutes
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2. Mixed Messages

After the CIA denies his request to see Fiona, Michael calls upon his old Mentor, Tom Card. Michael offers help on a mission to take down a notorious drug cartel if Card can get him visitation privileges.

CC TV-PG June 21, 2012 43 minutes
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3. Last Rites

When Pearce learns the identity of her fiancee's killer, she enlists Michael's help to seek revenge. Things get complicated, however, when they discover the man is under protection as a CIA asset.

CC TV-PG June 28, 2012 43 minutes
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4. Under The Gun

Michael, Sam and Jesse head down to the Everglades to track a lead, but things go horribly wrong when Sam is kidnapped by an unexpected foe. In prison, Fiona finds herself in hot water with a pair of dangerous inmates.

CC TV-PG July 12, 2012 42 minutes
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5. Split Decision

Michael takes on a gangster with help from an unlikely ally; Card offers Fiona a deal to become a CIA asset, an arrangement that would prevent her from being extradited.

CC TV-PG July 19, 2012 42 minutes
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6. Shock Wave

Michael finally gets a solid lead on Anson, but the plan to get Fiona out of prison hits a snag when an MI-6 agent tries to prevent her release. Across town, Sam must protect Barry after a cold-blooded assassin traps them in a secluded beach house.

CC TV-PG July 26, 2012 43 minutes
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7. Reunion

Sam helps his girlfriend's son out of a bind with a cutthroat loan shark. Elsewhere, Michael and Fiona hunt down the person who sabotaged Michael's last mission.

CC TV-PG August 2, 2012 42 minutes
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8. Unchained

Michael sets up his own arrest by the FBI as part of a plot to take down a Boston mobster. Elsewhere, Jesse and Pearce resort to blackmail to gain information on a gun sale, but their tactics don't go smoothly.

CC TV-PG August 9, 2012 43 minutes
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9. Official Business

Fiona must break into a guarded safe in order to help a CIA asset who's in over her head with a black-market businessman. Elsewhere, Sam and Jesse track a skilled sniper and look for answers at a mercenary training camp.

CC TV-PG August 16, 2012 42 minutes
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10. Desperate Times

The gang travel to Panama to take down an assassin, but their target discovers their plans and sets up a trap of his own. Elsewhere, Madeline grills Card for answers.

CC TV-PG August 23, 2012 42 minutes
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11. Desperate Measures

The gang cook up a hijacking scheme in order to escape from Panama, while Michael tries to skirt a Panamanian drug runner.

CC TV-PG November 8, 2012 43 minutes
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12. Means & Ends

A smuggler Fiona met in prison needs help taking on a corrupt detective. Elsewhere, Michael teams up with a former enemy to deal with an even bigger foe.

CC TV-PG November 8, 2012 43 minutes
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13. Over the Line

Michael is accused of a crime at a local hotel. Elsewhere, Olivia questions Sam in an attempt to get to Michael.

CC TV-PG November 15, 2012 42 minutes
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14. Down & Out

Michael arranges to be captured by a Syrian intelligence officer in order to rescue an inept smuggler; Riley offers Madeline a deal in hopes of tracking down Michael.

CC TV-PG November 29, 2012 44 minutes
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15. Best Laid Plans

Michael sets up a deal to sell a valuable piece of technology, but things take a turn when Sam is caught up in a risky robbery. Elsewhere, Madeline recruits Barry for a dangerous favor.

CC TV-PG December 6, 2012 43 minutes
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16. Odd Man Out

Michael seeks refuge in a warehouse when he's caught in the middle of a smuggler's attempt to get revenge on his former client. Survival becomes a challenge as supplies run low and the exits are blocked.

CC TV-PG December 13, 2012 43 minutes
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17. You Can Run...

Part 1 of 2. Sam and Jesse are captured when the gang are ambushed while attempting to make their escape.

CC TV-PG December 20, 2012 43 minutes
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18. Game Change

A group of assassins targets the gang, forcing Michael to go on the offensive in the Season 6 finale.

CC TV-PG December 20, 2012 43 minutes
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Product Details

Genres Drama
Director Stephen Surjik
Starring Jeffrey Donovan, Gabrielle Anwar
Supporting actors Coby Bell, Bruce Campbell, Sharon Gless, Jere Burns, Alex Carter, Lauren Stamile, Matt Doman, Jordan Werner, Frank Licari, Pearce Blair, Derek Roberts, Amy Wegmann, Matt Nye, Phil Armijo, Holly Beth Billington, Victor Centofanti, Ben Clerveaux, Joseph Giambrone
Season year 2012
Network USA
Producers Alfredo Barrios Jr., Craig Siebels, Stephen Surjik
Purchase rights Stream instantly and download to 2 locations Details
Format Amazon Video (streaming online video and digital download)

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Most people that love BURN NOTICE like I do, love it because it has a certain formula that's proven was working for four seasons. Breezy, smart, well-acted and fun. That was the status quo.

Then Season Five came along, and things started to get shaken up a little as showrunner Matt Nix decided it was time for a new status quo. A new, decidedly more devilish villain, Anson (the fantastically wormy Jere Burns) had come along, framed Fiona for murder and set Michael up to do his dastardly bidding in order to keep Fi out of prison. Last season ended up with Fi turning herself into the authorities, putting Anson on the run, and leaving Michael alone and desperate to do whatever he had to do in order to get Fi out of prison.

This particular side of Michael hadn't really been exposed before because we're not really used to seeing him this desperate to catch the bad guy, but even more so, we see his greatest vulnerability: The people he loves, and as this season proves, it's not always possible to save all of them.

The season begins with Michael and the CIA, primarily represented by Agent Pearce, reprised by Lauren Stamile, in breathless pursuit of Anson and anyone or anything that might lead to his capture, and Fiona doing her best to survive in prison. As it turns out, someone on the outside wants Fiona dead and this again leads back to another seemingly ancillary character from last season, Rebecca (the formidable Kristanna Loken), and Michael, Sam and Jesse (becoming a more centralized player in this season) follow up on anything that might lead to her capture. In the midst of all of this, Michael's original training officer, Tom Card (the terrific John C.
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It is quite amazing how this show can keep me interested after all this time. I enjoy the excitement and anticipation for every episode to come. Keep up the great work Matt Nix.
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I dont care what anybody says, sure the show started with 4 main characters that worked really well as a cast. That doesn't mean it sucks now. If you want a show to go on, you need to mix it up. Adding characters (Jessie) and changing the intentions of Michael Weston (from surviving to finding out who burned him to trying to get Fiona out of prison etc...) is what keeps the show (and others like it) interesting.

I personally accept change and understand the reasoning behind it. There will always be critics though. Let me ask you all a question. If they kept doing the same thing over and over that they did in the first season (a burned spy trying to hide but helping others in the process) how could you possibly stay interested in the show? The underlying storyline changes per season while the sub stories change per episode. This is a concept that will keep viewers interested in "Burn Notice".

Thats all I have to say about that.
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Just viewed "Desperate Times", which is the summer Finale...what an episode..get it, in fact get the whole season!
Easy to use Amazon's video library, it's convenient, and stores all your episodes. Recommend!!!
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I enjoyed the season opener. Wisely, the story started just at the point the last season's story ended. There was a familiar face interrogating Fiona and a perception of betrayal between key characters (still to be resolved). I enjoy the way the character of Michael's mother (the wonderful Sharon Gless) continues to develop, taking actions she likely would have been too afraid to take when the series began. And I'm happy to see that Coby Bell is now in the opening credits. His character's energy fits well with the other characters, yet he maintains a distinctive viewpoint.

As for the explosions, I admit that I'm no connoisseur, but things went "boom" and there was smoke and flames. Worked for me.
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By bpgil on September 20, 2012
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We love burn notice! We watch it faithfully And we would be heart broken If it was to stop. Tell others To watch it :)
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Had me sitting on the edge of my seat.
Could hardly wait to see the next episode.
I would recommend this to anyone.
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I'm a faithful Burn Notice fan and have convinced others to watch it. It was amazing how each season brought something new and fresh but to me the second half of season six is too narrowly focused. I know the producers think the fans want more action but enough already. each show is blending into the other and they don't put enough emphasis on the characters. It's one shoot em up blow em up after another. And Fiona and Michael, isn't this the great love of their lives? Fiona is bitchy and rude and Michael, well, he's character is the one best developed because he is going down this dark path. And now Sam is all shmarmy (that is a real word) and Jesse, still just the sidekick. I thought they might do more with him but then just let it slide. I like to watch shows that I really like over again because it's interesting what you miss the first time around. There's not one on seasons six that would entice me to watch again.
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