I've been a fan of Burn Notice through all its seasons, although it did, at times, become a little predictable or hokey. Still, the characters were interesting and the overall plot (while a bit far-fetched at times) was enough to keep me watching. The longevity of the series does tend to indicate that people were watching, and involved, with the characters and the series as a whole. This sixth season continue the earlier seasons by expanding on Michael Weston's desire to right the rights, get some answers, seduce the girl, and justify his role in the CIA.
To some degree, the series' success has led to a few weaker seasons than others, and I must admit this season was not one of the best. Still, it is solid entertainment, although a bit predictable, along the same vein as the earlier seasons. Of course, the season starts with the quick resolution of the last season's cliff-hanger, and ends with yet another not-to-be-solved-easily cliffhanger (which, remarkably, is solved easily at the start of the seventh series!), with lots of back and forth between Michael and Fiona in the process.
OK, so maybe this isn't Oscar-quality content, but it is entertaining. I tend to watch the series in a marathon viewing session over a weekend, and find I am still entertained as each episode leads to the next. And, after all, isn't that what we want? So, while there were better seasons than this sixth, there also were worse, and I did enjoy this penultimate season's unraveling.