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‘The Chicago Code’ Star Matt Lauria Moves To ‘Burn Notice’

‘The Chicago Code’ Star Matt Lauria Moves To ‘Burn Notice’

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I love it when my favorite shows come together. And I love it when great actors land on great shows. This is both those things.

Just two days after word broke that The Chicago Code is no more, TVLine reports that Matt Lauria will appear in the fifth episode of the upcoming fifth season of USA’s Burn Notice. According to the article, Lauria will play Ethan, a discharged soldier who catches the attention of Michael (Jeffrey Donovan) for his skills. As with what seems like every guest role on TV these days, the job has the potential to become recurring.

I’m of two minds on this. As you know, I’m a fan of Lauria’s now, and I am also in love with Burn Notice. I’m glad to see him get such a great new role. And I’m going to say it now: I know that the team doesn’t need a new member since the introduction of Jesse (Coby Bell) last season, but I still wouldn’t mind seeing Lauria join Team Westen on a recurring basis. I think he would be fantastic to have around as often as possible.

Having said that, I know fans are still rallying to bring back The Chicago Code – you can visit ChicagoCodeFan.com for updates and information on how to help – and having a main cast member depart for another job makes that chance just a bit slimmer. After all, we want Matt to keep working, but at the same time, we wouldn’t want to do The Chicago Code without Caleb.

What do you think of the news?

Brittany Frederick

Brittany Frederick is an award-winning entertainment journalist, screenwriter and novelist. Since her career began at 15, she’s worked on her dream TV show in Human Target, met her hero Adam Levine at The Voice, collaborated with Magician of the Century Criss Angel, and encouraged vehicular mayhem on the set of Top Gear. You can follow her on Twitter (@tvbrittanyf) and visit her official site (brittany-frederick.com).

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