Chris McCumber Exits As USA, SyFy President

Chris McCumber, president, Entertainment Networks — USA Network and Syfy, is leaving NBCUniversal after 19 years at the company’s flagship entertainment cable networks. He just notified his team in an internal memo.

‘The Purge’ And ‘Treadstone’ Canceled At USA Network

‘Dare Me’ Canceled After One Season At USA Network

‘The Biggest Loser’ Reboot Ordered At USA Net

‘Mr. Robot’ Probably Ending After Season 4

USA Whacks ‘Shooter’ After 3 Seasons

USA Network Orders ‘Bourne’ Prequel Pilot

St. Pierre Upped To Comm. SVP At USA, Syfy

USA Renews ‘The Sinner’ For Season 2

Katherine Heigl Joins ‘Suits’ Season 8

USA Network Cancels ‘Damnation,’ ‘American Rust’

‘Mr. Robot’ Renewed For Season 4 By USA

‘Playing House’ Canceled at USA After 3 Seasons

USA To Premiere ‘Psych: The Movie’ On Dec. 7

USA Network Unveils Fall Schedule

Jessica St. Clair Reveals Cancer Battle

USA Orders ‘Psych’ Holiday Reunion Movie

USA Network Revamps Its Brand Image

For the past 18 months, the brain trust at USA Network has been focused on finding a solution to a marketing dilemma: How to freshen the brand of a general entertainment channel in an on-demand world. The team led by Alexandra Shapiro, marketing and digital EVP for the entertainment group at NBCUniversal Cable Entertainment, did extensive market research about the cultural mood of its target audience and focus-group testing of numerous concepts before settling on the network’s first new tagline since 2005: “We the Bold.”

Donny Deutsch To Star In New USA Comedy

USA Network Cancels ‘Benched’

USA Names Jessica Sebastian Head Of Unscripted

USA’s ‘Covert Affairs’ Canceled After 5 Seasons

Real Drama Casts Shadow Over ‘Chrisley’

NEW YORK (AP) — On camera, the family on USA’s “Chrisley Knows Best” has briefly addressed son Kyle’s second-season absence, saying he’s “going through a difficult time.” Off camera, the drama is much more intense. Heading into next Tuesday’s season finale, patriarch Todd Chrisley said his 24-year-old son is off his medication for a diagnosis […]

USA Network Dramas Taking A Darker Turn

USA Network Orders Drama Pilot ‘Evil Men’

USA Renews ‘Satisfaction’, Cancels ‘Rush’

Hacker Drama ‘Mr. Robot’ Gets Pilot Order At USA

Harry Hamlin, Rachel Nichols Join USA’s ‘Rush’

WWE Near New Deals With USA, Syfy

USA Slates Projects From Foster, Biel, Cuse

USA Network Sets Summer Premiere Dates

Anne Heche Joins Cast Of USA Thriller ‘Dig’

USA Sets April 29 Debut for Comedy ‘Playing House’

USA’s ‘White Collar’ Faces Uncertain Future

USA to End ‘Psych’ After Current Season

TBS, USA Lead 2013’s Top-Rated Cable Nets

USA Sets Returns For ‘Suits,’ ‘Psych,’ ‘White Collar’

USA’s ‘Modern Family’ Bet Shows Signs Of Life

Tom Ellis To Star In USA Network’s ‘Rush’

‘Modern Family’ Falls Shy Of USA’s Hopes

In the TV industry’s eternal search for younger viewers, USA Network has decided to stress comedy over crime, making Modern Family reruns the focus of its primetime lineup. Ratings have fallen short of expectations.