USA Network brings back two dynamic series in January. From Creator and Executive Producer Aaron Korsh, the critically acclaimed drama SUITS returns on Wednesday, January 28 at 10/9c for the remainder of its 4th season. SIRENS, the half hour comedy from Denis Leary and Bob Fisher, returns to USA’s Tuesday night comedy block
on Tuesday, January 27 at 10/9c for a hilarious second season, following a stack of MODERN FAMILY from 7-10pm ET.
The mid-season premiere of SUITS picks up from the stunning cliffhanger, with Louis gaining the leverage needed to finally achieve his ultimate goal—becoming a partner of the firm. Meanwhile, the team at Pearson Specter is dealing with the major fallout of Louis Litt (Rick Hoffman) learning Mike’s (SAG® Award nominee Patrick J. Adams) secret. With six episodes remaining, Harvey (Gabriel Macht) and Jessica (Gina Torres) are faced with critical changes at the firm and defending one of their own. The series also stars Sarah Rafferty and Meghan Markle. Guest appearances this season include ―Pretty Little LiarS star, Troian Bellisario, Billy Miller (The Young and the Restless), and Tricia Helfer (Battlestar Galactica) as well as the return of Stephen Macht, Wendell Pierce, Neal McDonough, Eric Roberts and Zeljko Ivanek.
SUITS was among the top 5 scripted series on ad-supported cable in 3rdquarter in P18-49 (1.84MM), P25-54 (2.02MM) and P18-34 (844,000) and a top ten series on basic cable in total viewers P2+ (4.50MM). Season 4.0 of the series reached a total audience of 14.1 million viewers across its various platforms, including live viewing, DVR playback, set-top VOD, digital on-demand and electronic sell-through.
Season two of the popular comedy series SIRENS, from executive producers Denis Leary and Bob Fisher, returns Tuesday, January 27 at 10/9c with two back-to-back episodes. The season reunites Chicago’s best EMTs Johnny (Michael Mosley), Hank (Kevin Daniels) and Brian (Kevin Bigley) as they navigate their way through professional and personal drama. Together the comedy-trio discusses and debates its way through life issues, including chance versus coincidence, white knights versus nightingales and strippers versus magicians. SIRENS also stars Jessica McNamee, Bill Nunn and Josh Segarra. Guest stars appearing in the 13 episode season include Lenny Clarke, Nora Dunn, Loretta Devine, John Scurti, Steve Schirripa, Jonathan Sadowski, Nikki DeLoach, Aya Cash, WWE Superstar Mike ―The Miz Mizanin, Brian Doyle Murray, Wayne Knight and Andy Kindler.
In its first season, SIRENS quickly drew a loyal and consistent audience, earning its place as one of the top new basic cable comedy series debut of the year among total viewers P2+ averaging 1.62MM and in the key P25-54 demo averaging 870,000. Prior to the season two premiere, fans can catch up on the first season on Sunday, January 25 from 12-4am ET.
SIRENS is produced by Fox Television Studios and Apostle, in conjunction with Daybreak Pictures. Leary and Jim Serpico (Rescue Me) serve as executive producers for Apostle, along with Fisher. Hal Vogel, David Aukin (Hyde Park on Hudson), and David Leach of Daybreak Pictures also executive produce. The series is filmed on location in Chicago.
PATRICK J. ADAMS BIO
This past spring, Adams starred opposite Zoe Saldana and Jason Isaac in the 2014 television miniseries “Rosemary’s Baby” directed by Agnieska Holland. Additional television credits include Michael Mann and David Milch’s acclaimed series “Luck” opposite Dustin Hoffman and Michael Gambon, season two of the hit series “Orphan Black” opposite Tatiana Maslany,” “Lost,” “Friday Night Lights,” “Pretty Little Liars,” “N.C.I.S.,” “Lie To Me” and “Flash Forward.”
Adams has held various supporting roles in films including in the hit comedy “Old School,” directed by Todd Phillips and 2009 Berlin Film Festival competitor “Rage” directed by internationally-renowned filmmaker Sally Potter, in which he appeared alongside Judi Dench, Jude Law, Dianne Weist and Steve Buscemi. Additionally, Adams starred in indie films such as, “The Waterhole,” 2009 Slamdance entry “Weather Girl,” “6 Month Rule” directed by Blayne Weaver and most recently, “Car Dogs” opposite Academy Award-winning actress Octavia Spencer.
In addition to his work on screen, Adams maintains a strong connection to his Southern California theatre roots. He produced and starred in writer Bill Cain’s (“House of Cards”) play “Nine Circles” at the Bootleg Theatre in Los Angeles. In 2012 Adams was awarded a BACK STAGE Garland Award for Best Performance in a Play and was also nominated for a 2012 Los Angeles Drama Critics Circle award for Lead Performance. He is a member of the Ojai Playwrights Conference, starring in new works by established and developing playwrights. Cain's “Equivocation” was developed at Ojai and Adams subsequently starred in the celebrated Geffen Playhouse production, which was honored with the 2010 Best Production at the LA Ovation Awards. He made his professional stage debut in the landmark, West Coast premiere of Edward Albee's “The Goat, or Who Is Sylvia?” at The Mark Taper Forum, which also took home Best Play at the Ovation Awards. Adams also produced and directed a hit revival of “Marat/Sade,” for which he accepted Best Production at the L.A. Weekly Theatre Awards.
Originally from Toronto, Canada, Adams is a theatre graduate of the University of Southern California and resides in Los Angeles.
KEVIN DANIELS BIO
Kevin Daniels stars as the all-knowing Chicago EMT Hank St. Clare on USA’s hit comedy series SIRENS. Daniels can also be seen in the recurring role of Longinus on the hit series “Modern Family.” Other television appearances include: “Justified,” “House,” “Chuck,” “Franklin and Bash,” “Law and Order,” “Frasier,” “Brothers and Sisters,” the telefilm “Their Eyes Were Watching God,” starring Halle Berry as well as the television movie “One Chrismas Eve.” His feature film credits include Touchstone Pictures Ladder 49 starring John Travolta and Joaquin Phoenix, Warner Brothers’ And Then Came Love opposite Vanessa Williams. Kevin also appeared in McCanick, directed by Josh Waller starring David Morse and Ciaran Hinds, which premiered at this years Toronto International Film Festival. Other film credits include Kate and Leopold, The Island, and Hollywood Homicide. On the stage, Daniels was last seen as legendary football player Jim Brown in the Rogue Machine’s production of “One Night in Miami” nominated for four Ovation awards including Best Acting Ensemble and Best Production. Prior to that he played the title role of Earvin “Magic” Johnson in “Magic/Bird” on Broadway directed by Thomas Kail. Daniels graduated from the Juilliard Drama Division and currently resides in Los Angeles.
KEVIN BIGLEY BIO
Kevin Bigley stars the rookie EMT Brian Czyk on USA Network’s hit comedy series SIRENS. Bigley was born in the small town of Yuba City, California and studied acting at DePaul University in Chicago. After graduation, Bigley stayed in Chicago to perform in a seven-month run of “Killer Joe” at Profiles Theatre, as well as “A Separate Piece” at Chicago's prestigious Steppenwolf Theater. While in Chicago, Bigley also shot the lead in the pilot “Firsts,” directed by Vince Vaughn. Bigley moved to Los Angeles in 2010 and was seen in the movie Game Change opposite Julianne Moore. Other film and television credits include Joe Carnahan’s “Stretch,” “The Dilema,” “Friday Night Dinner,” “Bones,” “CSI: Miama,” “Detroit 187,” “Metadors” and “Chicago Code.”
THEN OUR PAL CHEF RICK STOPS BY WITH AN AMAZING SUPERBOWL RECIPE!
Rosemary Wine Vinegar Wings
5 lb. Chicken Wings
5 stems of Fresh Rosemary
2 Tablespoons Fresh Diced Garlic
1/3 cup red wine vinegar
4 Tablespoons Olive Oil
1 teaspoon Salt
1 teaspoon Cracked Black Pepper
Wash chicken wings and cut into separate pieces if desired. Place into a large mixing bowl. Preheat oven to 350F. Next, separate rosemary leaves from stems and chop into fine pieces, set aside. On the stove top, heat a sauté pan on medium heat for 1 minute; add olive oil heat for another minute. Then toss in garlic and rosemary, sauté until garlic begins to turn color, remove from heat and pour over wings, add in salt and pepper and toss. Place coated wings onto a baking dish or sheet pan. Place in oven and cook until golden brown, turning to make sure all sides cook evenly. Remove when the center of the drumette reaches 165F.
Remove wings and place into a clean bowl, pour in wine vinegar and toss to coat , serve immediately!
Chef Rick Tip: You can try using regular or white balsamic vinegar for a different flavor