Actor Bruce Campbell says he has been talking to USA about the project and co-star Coby Bell dishes that 'it's definitely something Bruce and I would both be into.'
USA Network may keep the "Burn Notice" fire alive even after the show drops its curtain. Stars Bruce Campbell and Coby Bell have spilled the beans that there's a talk about a possible spin-off centering on their characters, Sam Axe and Jesse Porter respectively.
"I've been talking to USA. They have a bunch of stuff they want to talk to me about," Campbell tells TV Guide, refusing to divulge the details. Bell, however, dishes further, "It's definitely something Bruce and I would both be into. It makes sense. It's just a matter of lining things up."
Creator Matt Nix is also up for it, saying, "I would love to do it." Even if it does not make it into a new series, he thinks "Sam and Jesse certainly merit a TV movie." He continues gushing, "That would be terrific fun."
"Burn Notice" premiered its shortened seventh and final season on June 6. The show airs Thursdays at 9/8c on USA Network. The Jeffrey Donovan-starring series as well as Matthew Bomer's "White Collar" recently landed syndication deal on Ion.