*Updated on March 8th*
USA Network has been on a hot track with its new series, and Covert Affairs is the newest show added to that mix. The first season of the CIA action-drama will hit shelves on May 17th.
No bonus features have been announced yet, but Bonus features have just been announced. So take a look at the cover art (final artwork pending) as well as the studio description:
Meet Annie Walker (Piper Perabo, Coyote Ugly): smart, stunning and the CIA’s newest field operative in one of their most secretive branches. Suddenly summoned by headquarters for active duty one month before training is over, she’s quickly thrown into a shadowy world full of cons, killers and international crime rings. What she doesn’t know is there’s something-or someone-from her past that her bosses want badly enough to put her in harm’s way. She just has to survive long enough to find out why.
From the producer of the Bourne films comes the action-packed first season of the smash-hit espionage series, with co-stars Christopher Gorham (Ugly Betty) and Sendhil Ramamurthy (Heroes), and guest stars Peter Gallagher (The O.C.), Eriq La Salle (ER), Lauren Holly (NCIS), Liane Balaban (Last Chance Harvey) and Anna Chlumsky (My Girl). Critics are praising it as “the best new drama series of the season” (Francine Brokaw, suite101.com).
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- GAG REEL
- SET TOUR: An exclusive tour of the “Covert Affairs” set.
- FEATURED COMMENTARIES:
- WHEN THE LEVEE BREAKS: Featuring stars Piper Perabo and Christopher Gorham; executive producer David Bartis; and show creators Matt Corman and Chris Ord
- PILOT: Featuring stars Piper Perabo and Christopher Gorham; executive producer, Doug Liman; and show creators Matt Corman and Chris Ord
- COMMUNICATION BREAKDOWN: Featuring stars Piper Perabo and Christopher Gorham; executive producers Doug Liman and David Bartis; and show creators Matt Corman and Chris Ord
- WELCOME TO THE FARM: A behind-the-scenes look at the making of “Covert Affairs”
- BLIND INSIGHT: A discussion with actor Christopher Gorham on his role and how his character’s blindness shapes the show
- DESCRIPTIVE VIDEO SERVICE (DVS): A descriptive narration of the visual elements of the series for visually impaired viewers