By Patrick Kevin Day
8:43 PM EDT, May 10, 2013
"Burn Notice," the spy-themed action drama on USA will come to an end after its seventh season, set to debut June 6.
Fans of the series, which has inspired a devoted cult following and a spin-off prequel movie, "Burn Notice: The Fall of Sam Axe," can reasonably expect that the series will be given a proper ending. The show's producers are promising this final season will reveal the details behind the mysterious deal the "burned" agent Michael Weston (Jeffrey Donovan) made at the end of the sixth season.
The series will cross the 100-episode mark during its final season, making it just the third USA series to hit that mark. The other two series to hold this distinction are "Monk" and "Psych."
Recurring guest stars in the show's final season include Jack Coleman, Adrian Pasdar and Stephen Martines.
According to Deadline, series creator Matt Nix is already setting up his follow-up series at USA, with the ER doctor drama "Complications" going into development. It will follow a doctor whose life changes after he survives a gang shooting.
On Twitter, series star Bruce Campbell told fans that "Burn Notice" -- which will have 111 episodes by the end -- is "a home run in the TV record books. No tears needed."
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