For everything that USA takes away, they are ready to give back.
Following the news that ‘White Collar’ will come to an end after a shortened, six-episode sixth season, USA today announced not one, but two new dramas are heading to series on the network.
‘Complications’ and ‘Rush’ will look to succeed the departing ‘White Collar’ and ‘Psych,’ which is also coming to an end, with it's series finale airing next week.
Matt Nix, creator of ‘Burn Notice’ on USA, another long-running series and one that ended its seventh season last fall, returns with ‘Complications’ about a disillusioned suburban doctor.
Played by Jason O’Mara, John Ellis finds his life transformed when he intervenes in a drive-by shooting that ends up with a boy being saved and an attacked being killed. Ellis rethinks his attitudes towards medicine and life on whole when he learns the boy is still being targeted for death.
Meanwhile, ‘Rush’ comes from Jonathan Levine and stars Tom Ellis (an actor, so no relation to the fictional John Ellis) who is also playing a doctor. This medical professional though seems pretty sure of himself.
In fact, Dr. William Rush is not attached to any hospital, and only caters to those wealthy clients who pay in cash and seek the utmost discretion. He also likes to party quite a bit, but an old flame threatens to shake things up. Rick Gonzalez also stars in the series as Rush’s well-connected dealer and confidant.
So, it's goodbye to 'Psych' and 'White Collar,' hello 'Rush' and 'Complications.'