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USA Network (commonly referred to as USA) is an American cable television channel launched in 1977. Once a minor player in basic cable, the network has steadily gained popularity because of breakout hits like the detective series Monk, the psychic crime-solving series Psych, the covert-operations spy series Burn Notice, medical series Royal Pains, FBI series White Collar, the CIA series Covert Affairs, the return of WWE Raw, the science fiction mini-series turned regular series The 4400, and the Stephen King–based psychic series The Dead Zone. Reruns of Law & Order: Special Victims Unit, Law & Order: Criminal Intent, and NCIS are also frequently shown. Other syndicated programs on the network include Becker, House, JAG, Wings and Walker, Texas Ranger. The network also broadcasts a variety of films from the Universal Studios library.



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