'Burn Notice' gives Miami notice

Production might leave city if expo center torn down

MIAMI -- Commissioners in Miami might delay the demolition of a waterfront expo center to accommodate the producers of the cable television series "Burn Notice."

Last year, Miami commissioners approved a proposal that included plans to demolish the decaying expo center.

But producers say the show might leave Miami if the facility is torn down. The expo center has served as the headquarters to the production of the Fox Television series, which airs on the USA Network.

Commissioners on Thursday could vote to indefinitely suspend the expo center's demolition.

"Burn Notice" stars Jeffrey Donovan, who plays a spy fired by the Central Intelligence Agency who uses his training to help others in trouble. The new season premieres June 4.