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  1. 'Fairly Legal' Canceled by USA Network

    5:42 pm 11/1/2012

    The news comes after the network axed "Common Law."Read more

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  2. 'Common Law' Officially Canceled by USA Network

    4:25 pm 10/31/2012

    The cable network is saying goodbye to the Michael Ealy-Warren Kole cop drama after one season.Read more

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  3. USA's 'Suits,' 'Necessary Roughness' and 'White Collar' Get Return Dates

    10:19 am 10/31/2012

    All three dramas will return for winter premieres in January.Read more

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  4. 'Covert Affairs': Christopher Gorham Discusses His Directorial Debut, Teases 'Huge Episode'

    2:05 pm 10/30/2012

    Stepping behind the camera for the first time on a television show was daunting, as Gorham recalls to THR: "My first day of shooting was easily the most challenging."Read more

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  5. USA Network Expands Reality Slate With 'Partners in Crime' Series Order

    9:07 am 10/25/2012

    "All In," about sports handicapper Brandon Lang, has been given a pilot order and docu-series "The Cowboy Way" has been put into development.Read more

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  6. USA's 'Suits' Renewed for Season 3

    1:15 pm 10/12/2012

    UPDATED: The cable network has ordered 16 more episodes of the legal drama.Read more

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  7. 'Psych' Season 7 Premiere Date Revealed

    8:35 am 10/10/2012

    USA Network's longest-running series will return February 2013.Read more

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  8. 'Franklin & Bash' Gets Third Season Renewal From TNT

    12:42 pm 9/28/2012

    The cable network is bringing back the legal buddy dramedy, which stars Mark-Paul Gosselaar and Breckin Meyer.Read more

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  9. USA Renews 'Royal Pains,' 'White Collar,' 'Covert Affairs'

    9:13 am 9/25/2012

    The fate of "Common Law," "Fairly Legal," "Necessary Roughness" and limited series "Political Animals" has yet to be determined.Read more

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  10. USA Network Debuts Trailer for New Drama 'Graceland' (Video)

    2:21 pm 9/17/2012

    From "White Collar" boss Jeff Eastin, the law enforcement series is slated for a summer 2013 launch.Read more

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