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A group of assassins targets the gang, forcing Michael to go on the offensive in the Season 6 finale.
Part 1 of 2. Sam and Jesse are captured when the gang are ambushed while attempting to make their escape.
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.
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.
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.
Michael is accused of a crime at a local hotel. Elsewhere, Olivia questions Sam in an attempt to get to Michael.
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.
The gang cook up a hijacking scheme in order to escape from Panama, while Michael tries to skirt a Panamanian drug runner.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
Michael joins forces with an unlikely accomplice to get a fink out of the crosshairs of a deadly gangster. Meanwhile, Card recruits Fiona as a CIA asset in order to prevent her extradition into British Custody but as Fiona quickly realizes, his offer comes with a price.
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. An ally offers to help, in exchange for a dangerous favor.
The hit spy drama Burn Notice returns for an exciting seventh season.
Michael Westen is now resting comfortably in... well, we actually have no idea where he is. But we'll find out in the fourth season of Burn Notice!
Summer heats up with the fifth season premiere of BURN NOTICE starring Jeffrey Donovan as Michael Westen, a blacklisted spy who finds himself stranded in sun-soaked Miami.
Michael Westen is a trained spy who receives a "burn notice" for an unstated reason & effectively is fired. Penniless, he returns to his hometown in Miami and freelances while trying to find who burned him.
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.
The sexy, action-packed one-hour series starring Jeffrey Donovan as Michael Westen, a blacklisted spy, returns for a steamy second season. While Michael is still in Miami, trying to get to the bottom of his situation, he continues to use his special training to help people in trouble who, for various reasons, can?t go to the police.
The sexy, action-packed one-hour series starring Jeffrey Donovan as Michael Westen, a blacklisted spy, returns for an addictive third season. While Michael is still in Miami, trying to get to the bottom of his situation, he continues to use his special training to help people in trouble who, for various reasons, can't go to the police.