USA Renews 'Monk.'

Romano, Allison
January 2006
Broadcasting & Cable;1/16/2006, Vol. 136 Issue 3, p52
This article reports on the programming and products of USA television network. USA has decided to renew a fifth and sixth season of its original hit series "Monk," as well as rights to strip the television show starting in 2008. It says that NBC Universal cable network has ordered 16 episodes for each of the seasons of "Monk." In addition, USA unveiled a pilot for "Underfunded," television drama.


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