“Burn Notice” is going up in flames.
USA’s summer staple is coming to an end, the network announced Friday, according to Deadline.com.
The upcoming seventh season of “Burn Notice” will be its last, with the final 13 episodes premiering on June 6.
The network’s flagship series, which stars Jeffrey Donovan as a former spy turned Miami P.I., launched in June 2007 and will mark its 100th episode during this last season.
“From day one, ‘Burn Notice’s’ characters, storylines and mythology have consistently captivated a massive audience, and this final season will raise the stakes even higher, leading up to a spectacular series finale,” said USA co-presidents Jeff Wachtel and Chris McCumber in a statement.
It may be the end of the line for Michael Westen and co., which includes Gabrielle Anwar (Westen’s ex, Fiona), Bruce Campbell, Coby Bell and Sharon Gless (who plays Michael’s mother), but series creator Matt Nix has another iron in the fire at USA.
Nix’s next project is already in development at the network, a drama called “Complications,” about “an ER doctor whose life changes after he is involved in a gang shooting, when he is forced to explore how active a doctor can be in treating the cause of his patients’ medical problems,” according to Deadline.