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That stuff was fun, even as I was rolling my eyes a bit at the notion that there's another mastermind that Michael has to take down.
Burn Notice has followed in the grand tradition of serialized cable procedurals to make very slow narrative progress over a long period of time.
Leaves less room for the procedural aspect of the series... Week-to-week enjoyment has taken a back seat.
The violence quotient is higher than usual, including torture and other mayhem, but there's time for the show's usual humor.
All is not lost in "Burn Notice: Season Six." There's still a level of fun entertainment, especially when it comes to Sam.
Given the amount of gunplay and explosions that Sam, Michael and Fiona typically cook up on the average Burn Notice episode, its always entertaining to watch them try and slow down someone even more prone to violence.
Season six may be one of the best seasons of Burn Notice yet. I simply can't wait for more.
I haven't been this shocked in a reveal since I found out who shot J.R. Talk about one of the best cliff-hanger episodes EVER!
I was happy to see that all those elements we've all come to know and love from this show were still there.
With the introduction of a sort of final final FINAL boss in Jere Burns' Anson, the show seemed to find its footing again after years of Michael facing down various villainous heavies, Russian nesting doll-style.
The season 6 premiere contains some of the best collective performances from the cast to date as the fast-paced chess match between Anson and Michael provides a wonderful platform for everyone to shine.
Audience Reviews for Burn Notice: Season 6
Mar 24, 2019a step right back up after last season's step back. maybe the most exciting season yet, with a lot more focus on the overall storyline rather than random side stories. and even when there were side stories, a lot of them directly tied into the main one. lots of yeeee moments. (about 2 viewings)