It’s a big news day for fans of USA’s original programming.
On Monday (Dec. 9), the network revealed the January premiere dates for Season 8 of “Psych” and the second half of Season 5 of “White Collar,” while also announcing when “Suits” and new comedy “Sirens” will air.
“Psych” returns with 10 episodes on Wednesday, Jan. 8 at 9 p.m ET, while “White Collar” pops up a night later on Jan. 9 at 9 p.m. ET for its four-episode run. Two months later, “Suits” makes the move back to Thursdays, premiering the second half of Season 3 on March 6 at 9 p.m. The critically-acclaimed legal drama will be followed by the series premiere of new half-hour comedy “Siren,” from creators Denis Leary and Bob Fisher, at 10 p.m.
“Sirens” follows the antics of three Chicago EMTS, described as “a group of unruly men when it comes to their personal lives [who] are the best in the business professionally and can handle any life-threatening situation that winds up in their ambulance.” The series stars Michael Mosley, Kevin Daniels and Kevin Bigley.
“As a top cable drama, ‘Suits’ has a huge following of young viewers making it a perfect segue to Denis Leary & Bob Fisher’s brand of comedy,” said Jackie de Crinis, executive vice president of original programming, USA Network. “Both series feature sharp, witty banter from an ensemble of great characters.”
Which premiere are you looking forward to most?