Want to know when some of your favorite shows are returning to USA with new episodes? Well, the network announced their official premiere dates for the summer on Tuesday, and it gives you enough information on some of your favorites to be satisfied … at least for a little while.
Before we get too much into the specific dates (which are mostly for the month of June), the network also announced that WWE SmackDown will become a part of the lineup at some point next year. For wrestling fans, having both that and “WWE Tough Enough” as a reality show should be enough to make this one of your go-to networks.
Now, let’s get to the dates.
Tuesday, June 2 – “Chrisley Knows Best” (9:00 p.m. Eastern) and “Royal Pains” (10:00)
Thursday, June 18 – “Complications” (9:00 p.m., new series starring Jason O’Mara)
Wednesday, June 24 – “Suits” (9:00 p.m.) and “Mr. Robot” (10:00, new series)
Thursday, June 25 – “Graceland” (10:00 p.m.)
What we learn from these days for the most part is that “Suits” is currently the primo show in the USA lineup, which is why they have given it the best timeslot by our estimation and also are using it to lead into the ambitious new “Mr. Robot,” which is trying to become one of the few Christian Slater series to not be quickly canceled.
Remember that the split-season format here is still most likely going to be going on for “Suits”; the first ten episodes or so will air in the summer, and then the back six will come on most likely in January and February.