Burn Notice has been issued a burn notice of its own.
The drama’s upcoming seventh season will be its last, USA Network announced on Friday. “Goodbye fans,” star Jeffrey Donovan tweeted of the news. “Enjoy our last season. Thank you for all your support. Make it go out with a bang!”
Burn Notice kicks off its 13-episode final season on June 6, during which it will hit the 100 episode milestone.
“Burn Notice has had an incredible run over the last six years, and we could not be more proud of the extraordinary talent both in front of and behind the cameras who have collectively made this show into one of the most popular and lauded shows on TV today,” Chris McCumber, USA Network co-president, said in a statement.
Jeff Wachtel, co-president of USA Network, added, “”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.”
The drama also stars Gabrielle Anwar, Bruce Campbell, Sharon Gless and Coby Bell.
Burn Notice has been renewed for a seventh season, USA announced Wednesday.
The network’s longest-running drama will return for 13 episodes, which will include the milestone 100th episode.
“Burn Notice is like a fine wine that gets better with age,” said USA Network Co-Presidents Chris McCumber and Jeff Wachtel. “Delivering high-octane action, gripping drama and nearly 7 million viewers for the mid-season finale, this veteran series is a proven staple of our portfolio.”
The second half of Season 6 will return Thursday at 9/8c.
EW has learned exclusively that Patton Oswalt has been cast in the role of Colin Schmidt, a notorious — and incredibly quirky! — smuggler who is just the man the gang needs in order to escape the grasp of the CIA and disappear indefinitely. The catch? The unpredictable mystery man doesn’t come cheap. He will appear in episodes 14 and 15.