"Burn Notice" is an American television series that aired from 2007 to 2013. The series was created by Matt Nix, and stars Jeffrey Donovan as Michael Westen, a former CIA operative who has been "burned" (i.e., fired and blacklisted) by his employers and finds himself stranded in Miami, Florida. With the help of his friends, including former Navy SEAL Sam Axe (played by Bruce Campbell) and ex-girlfriend Fiona Glenanne (played by Gabrielle Anwar), Michael uses his skills and experience to help people in need while trying to uncover the reason behind his burn notice.
The series is known for its combination of humor, action, and drama, as well as its innovative storytelling techniques and distinctive visual style. Over the course of its seven-season run, "Burn Notice" was widely acclaimed by critics and audiences alike, and became one of the most popular shows on cable television. The series was nominated for several awards, including multiple Primetime Emmy Awards, and was praised for its strong ensemble cast, tight writing, and smart and entertaining storylines. Today, "Burn Notice" remains one of the most beloved and enduring series of the last decade, and continues to be a favorite among fans of spy dramas, action-adventure, and television dramas in general.