‘Political Animals’ Won’t Get a Second Run On USA

USA’s ‘Fairly Legal’ Canceled, ‘Burn’ Near Renewal

‘Common Law’ Officially Canceled By USA Network

USA Network Prepping ‘Royal Pains’ Movie

Annie Potts To Star In USA Pilot ‘Paging Dr. Freed’

USA Hires Scripted Programming Exec Singh

Reena Singh Joins USA As VP Scripted

USA Network Gives Series Order To ‘Graceland’

USA Network Names Scott Friedman Reality VP

TVGuide Pushes Into 2nd Screen With USA

In a unique social TV partnership, TVGuide.com has replicated USA Network’s second-screen experience, Character Chatter, onto its site. Viewers who visit TVGuide’s summer preview section can participate in real-time social conversations around USA shows like Burn Notice and Covert Affairs, just like they can on USANetwork.com.

USA Network’s WWE Raw Expands To 3 Hours


USA Fills Sked With Comedies, Reality Shows

USA Network is working to shake up its image as the “blue-skies drama” channel with a new push into reality programming this summer and half-hour comedies further down the road.

USA’s ‘Political Animals’ Sets July Premiere Date

USA Sets Premiere Dates for ‘Suits’, ‘White Collar’

Obama To Intro USA’s Airing Of ‘Mockingbird’

President Barack Obama will provide a special introduction to USA Network’s 50th anniversary airing of the 1962 film adaptation of Harper Lee’s novel, To Kill a Mockingbird, airing Saturday at 8 p.m.

Carla Gugino Joins USA’s ‘Political Animals’

Scottie Thompson Joins USA Pilot ‘Graceland’

Sigourney Weaver Joins USA’s ‘Political Animals’

USA Sets Premiere Date For ‘Common Law’

USA Network Renews ‘Psych’ For Seventh Season

USA Sets Dates For ‘In Plain Sight’ And ‘Fairly Legal’

Cable Home To Biggest Time-Shifted Shows

When it comes to shows gaining the most from time-shifting, cable TV series programs see the biggest hikes — with the top shows gaining almost the same number of live viewers. Most engaging? Some lower-rated shows score well in this area.

USA Hires Frankel as Comedy Development Exec

USA Sets ‘Psych’ Return Date for February 2012

USA Moving Upfront To Broadcast Week

The No. 1 cable network will join its broadcast rivals with a Mid-May presentation at Lincoln Center.

USA Network Pushes Back ‘Common Law’ Premiere

USA Reveals Push Into Reality Programming

USA Sets January Premiere For ‘Common Law’

Caroline Rhea, Vanessa Ferlito Land USA Pilots

NYC Social TV Startup Syncs Ads With USA Network

USA’s Alex Sepiol Upped To SVP Scripted Series

USA Looks To Woe Viewers With Provocative

Compared with the summer of 2009, its highest-rated so far, the channel lost 4% of its primetime viewers in 2010 and, more troublingly, nearly 10% of the 18-49 viewers that advertisers pay a premium to reach. So this summer, the channel spread the new seasons of its sunny and optimistic dramas across more nights than before and added two shows, Suits and Necessary Roughness, that were slightly more provocative than past shows.

USA Orders ‘Common Law’ To Series

Matt Lauer To Do Guest Stint On ‘Royal Pains’

Dennis Leary To Adapt ‘Sirens’ For USA Network

USA Rolls Out Second Screen Experience

USA Goes On Sitcom Buying Spree

NAB 2011

Moonves: FCC Should Stay Out Of Retrans

In an interview Tuesday at the NAB Show, CBS CEO Leslie Moonves took issue with the value of USA Network, warned the government to stay out of his business, and said he is worried about technology cannibalizing his core business.

‘White Collar’ Stars Bomer, DeKay Get Salary Bumps

Co-Presidents To Head Up USA Network

Jeff Wachtel, the longtime president of original programming, and Chris McCumber, the head of marketing and digital strategy, have been promoted to co-presidents of the USA Network, the most profitable network in the NBCU constellation.