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'Burn Notice' set to end after 7 seasons in Miami

September 6, 2013
Associated Press

MIAMI (AP) — The cable spy drama "Burn Notice" is coming to an end, but it's certainly not being burned itself.

The USA Network series — still popular with fans after seven seasons — gets a big finale next Thursday.

Set and filmed almost entirely in South Florida, the series has centered on the exploits of superspy Michael Westen, who was framed for crimes he didn't commit, unceremoniously kicked out of the CIA and dumped in his hometown of Miami.

Over more than a hundred episodes, Westen, his friends and family have hunted down those who got him burned, brought his enemies to justice and helped innocent victims along the way. Now, the cast and crew are saying farewell.

 
 

 

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