USA Network Summer Prize Pack Giveaway! ***WINNER ANNOUNCED***

Thank you so much to everyone who entered. I wish I had enough to give them to everyone! But…congratulations to JordyneNicole, whose name was drawn! Check your email!

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23 Responses to USA Network Summer Prize Pack Giveaway! ***WINNER ANNOUNCED***

  1. bill norris says:

    You’d think that would be an easy question, but all 4 are great. They all have great character interaction, the stories are awesome. The casts are hot and talented. Everything you want for escapist TV. But if i had to choose, it would be Royal Pains but just barely. My Favorite character, again so tough. Even the other roles, not the Bros, are done so well. Im gonna go different then everyone else and say Jill Casey. She is an important part of Hanks life and if she ends up leaving it may not ruin the show but it will effect the story lines greatly. She is also trying with Divya to get the boys back together. And Jill Flint just rocks.

  2. Stephanie says:

    My favorite of these four is Covert Affairs. Partially out of loyalty because Piper Perabo went to the same school as I did. But mostly because it’s an amazing show. I’m a big big tech nerd, and I love all the tech stuff Auggie uses. And the cases are really interesting, and not something you can find on any other show!

  3. JordyneNicole says:

    My favorite is white collar but I adore covert affairs and royal pains as well! My fave character from white collar is probably mossie. He is fabulous! But I love them all. The show is made 100 times better because 1. There is a lesbian character. And 2. Hilarie Burton is on it now and she is one of my favorite actresses! <3 the dynamic between Neal ans peter is so great. And I love Elle. Her relationship with mossier is priceless. I love to watchthem interact! I can't wait for it to start up again! Hehe.

  4. Kristen G. says:

    What an AMAZING prize pack!! All four of these shows are truly great! USA really does have some of the best shows on TV, but my favorite out of all of them has to be Covert Affairs! I love Piper Perabo as Annie and her relationship with Auggie and her sister make for excellent, often emotional, entertainment. It also kind of makes me wish I was a CIA spy! I don’t know, I just think the storylines are great, the action is exciting, and it piques my interest the most because I love spy/crime shows. White Collar is probably my second favorite partly due to the crime aspect and Matt Bomer isn’t bad to look at either 😉

  5. Esther K says:

    Wow, that is so hard to choose! It’s really tight between White Collar and Burn Notice, but I would have to say Burn Notice, just because I recently rewatched their last half-season and it was SOOOO good! They gave some really emotional punches (“there is no line when it comes to you!”) and I cannot wait to see where they take the show when it premieres NEXT WEEK!!! The writing, the action, the acting… everything is so great on this show!

  6. Anita says:

    I like all 4 shows but I’d say of the 4 that Burn Notice is my fave. I think initially it was because of Jeffrey Donovan (very cute) and I liked the spy/intrigue/crime premise of the show. I’ve always liked shows where the main character has to investigate where he/she was “done wrong” and seek to remedy his situation and make sure that the real bad guys pay their due. I also really love any shows dealing with private detectives and the law. Looking forward to the new season.

  7. Brian says:

    White Collar is my favorite of these. I enjoy stories with criminals/con men as the main character. Mozzie is my favorite character. Loved “The Dentist” story about him.

  8. Ryan says:

    That’s a tough choice but I think I’m going to go with White Collar. The cons that Mozzie and Neal pull are very interesting and entertaining to watch, as is their relationship and Neal’s relationship with Peter. Looking forward to the new season.

  9. tina krauss says:

    I love White Collar, but these are all great shows. The show is full of great characters, but if I have to choose, Diana is my favorite character, by far. and I love that Matt recently came out. It makes the show more of a guilty pleasure.

  10. bn100 says:

    Covert Affairs is my favorite because it involves spies and travels to different countries.

  11. Beth T. says:

    What a great giveaway. Each show is pretty darned good, but by far my favorite is White Collar. The plots are clever, the scenes of New York City are amazing, the acting is spot-on. I have loved the character development and delighted in the witty dialogue. It is a gem of a show.

  12. Kerry says:

    I do like all four shows, but Burn Notice has been my favorite for much longer than the other newer shows. It has more tension and excitement than the other shows.

  13. Daniel M says:

    burn notice, like the actors, the characters and the stories!

  14. LB says:

    Covert Affairs…love the relationships,stories and the action.
    Fav character…Annie and Auggie(can’t choose between them)…they just rock!

  15. JD Blosser says:

    Wow its really hard to decide between them they are all great shows, I’m going to lean towards Royal Pains. Favorite character has to be The Lawsons as a whole, because I think they are two halves and nigher would get by or be complete without the other.

  16. Pat Matczak says:

    White Collar. Neal and Peter have great working chemistry as partners. Clever writing, quirky acting. The show moves quickly and Matt is so hot.

  17. Sheila says:

    White Collar – the crime is intriguing and the relationships are even better. The dynamic between Peter and Neal is great, and I love how Neal and Mozzie truly care about “Mrs. Suit”….great show, can’t wait to see the direction this season takes!

  18. ErikMorales says:

    Though each of the other shows is great in their own right, White Collar is my absolute favorite. It’s my favorite USA show because it has a great team of writers and actors who always deliver. What I also love about the show is its range. It’s a fairly great drama and it can transition between humor and suspense seamlessly. Finally, while the episodes deal with a baddie-of-the-week storyline, it always feels fresh and fun for the viewer, in the sense that, to catch the bad guy Neal may have to “bend” some rules or involve Mozzie/Elizabeth in a crazy scheme. As a sidenote: the funnest episodes are definitely the ones where they set up really elaborate stings/heists a la Ocean’s 11.

    Now, maybe it’s cliche, but Neal (Matt Bomer) is my favorite character on White Collar. Apart from his television persona, I met him and Peter Burke (Tim DeKay) while they were filming a scene near my school. After they shot their scene, they noticed that a few onlookers had gathered and came up to us and let us take pictures with them. They were the nicest celebs I met while I was living in NY and Matt Bomer is as charming in real life as he is on screen (swoon). For that reason alone, I’d have to say he’s my favorite, BUT in addition to that, I think his character is one of the best-written characters on USA. The writers have given him a great backstory (of which they tease out more and more details every so often) and they’ve really let him grow as a character. His default setting is exuding smooth, con-man swagger, but he’s also not afraid to be the emotionally-conflicted former criminal (of which there was plenty last season). His character interactions, quick wit, and dashing wardrobe (of which I’m jealous) also make him my favorite character on the show.

    In short, I think what makes this show special is the writing. White Collar has taken a familiar formula (the buddy-cops-at-odds plot) and given it its own original spin. The writing is always consistent and feels true to the characters, and the show never gets too cheesy, even when the characters are supposed to learn a lesson or are expressing their feelings. At any given time, the writers have a few different plots and subplots in play, and they always manage to spend an appropriate amount of time on each, tie up loose ends, and write satisfying season finales (that leave you wanting more).

  19. Jamie Ruby says:

    My favorite is Burn Notice, I love the characters and enjoy seeing who they will pretend to be next.

  20. Jessica says:

    I love all the USA shows! It’s so hard to pick a favorite but I think I have to cast my vote for White Collar. The protagonist/antagonist relationship between Neal and Peter is intriguing. All of the characters draw you in each and every episode. I can’t wait for the new season this summer!

  21. Travis says:

    It’s pretty hard to choose but I will have to go with Burn Notice although Cover Affairs a close second. My favorite character is Fiona because she is just an awesome all around bad ass and she does it all with style.

  22. Carmen S. says:

    It is hard to choose just one, but I have to go with Burn Notice as my favorite. I really enjoy the character’s, and seeing how they have grown over the past few seasons. It is my favorite show to watch reruns of. I am especially interested this season in seeing what Michael will do to get Fiona out of jail.

  23. Linda says:

    Burn Notice would have to be my favorite. I think what draws me in are these amazingly written characters that you can’t help but be emotional attached too. Even with Jesse’s addition in season four, there was the instant connection. I think it’s written damn near perfectly and I think it’s one of the best shows on TV.