"Burn Notice" is about to flame out.

USA Network announced on Friday that the drama's upcoming 13-episode seventh season will be its last.

"'Burn Notice' has had an incredible run over the last six years, and we could not be more proud of the extraordinary talent both in front of and behind the cameras who have collectively made this show into one of the most popular and lauded shows on TV today," said Chris McCumber, USA Network co-president in a statement.

"From day one, 'Burn Notice''s characters, storylines and mythology have consistently captivated a massive audience, and this final season will raise the stakes even higher, leading up to a spectacular series finale," said Jeff Wachtel, co-president of USA.

The seventh season of "Burn Notice," kicking off on June 6, promises to uncover the details of the mysterious deal that renegade spy, Michael Westen (Donovan) struck in the season six finale. Michael's past and present collide as he tries to rebuild relationships with his family and friends while pursuing a dangerous mission involving the CIA and a lethal network of operatives.

Since premiering in 2007, "Burn Notice" has been one of the top ten scripted series on cable every year.