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Burn Notice, Season 1HDTV-PGClosed Captioning

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After 10 years of serving his country as a covert operative, Michael Westen is living every spy's worst nightmare. While in the middle of a dangerous mission in Nigeria, Michael's "contact" informs him that he has been burned. When a spy gets fired, he doesn't get a call from human resources and a gold watch. In Michael's case, they jeopardize his life, freeze his bank accounts, dump him in Miami, and flag him on every government list known to man. They burn him. Now Michael has a much different mission: he must find out who issued his burn notice and why he was blacklisted so that he can put his life back together. As he gets closer to the truth, Michael scrapes by helping out whoever needs his services — mostly desperate people who can't go to the police. Using his Special Ops training, some duct tape, and his sardonic humor, Michael becomes a reluctant hero. It's a dangerous gig, but it's the best he can do . . . for now.

Customer Reviews


I discovered this show last summer and am excited that this is now available for purchase. A near-perfect blend of action, mystery, and humor, "Burn Notice" deserves the positive "notice" it has received. Characters one can actually admire and care about, intriguing relationships that grow in interest, and plots that engage are only a few of its delights. I'm glad it was picked up for renewal and hope it will garner a much wider audience with its release here on iTunes (and eventually DVD?).

It's got Bruce Campbell!

It's friggin got Bruce Campbell (Army of Darkness, Brisco County Jr., Jack of all Trades) in it! What else do you want?


This is one of the best spy shows ever made. Why? Because it's relatable. No, you probably can't relate to Michael's training and abilities but everyone can relate to the daily situations with which he deals. Annoying mother and brother; buddy who's always hitting him up for favors; possible girlfriend in a complicated relationship. These are things that happen to everyone and the juxtaposition of those problems against having to take down arms-dealers (or drug kingpins, or scam artists, etc) is what makes Michael an every-man. The acting is superb, the writing is genius, and I personally love the voice-overs that give you an insight into the thought process of a super-spy. Get this show, you won't be disappointed!