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September 3, 2015


USA Renews 'White Collar' For Season 4

by Chris Harnick, posted Aug 25th 2011 6:00PM
White CollarNeal Caffrey and his oh-so stylish suits aren't going anywhere: USA Network has renewed 'White Collar' for a fourth season.

Ted Linhart, senior vice president of research at USA, announced the news on Twitter.

"White Collar has officially been renewed for Season 4," he wrote. "An inside fun tidbit Our Chairman Bonnie Hammer & USA Co-Prez Jeff Wachtel announced the renewal to WC cast & crew on set a few hours ago."

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'White Collar' Season Finale: Neal's Life Changes Forever (VIDEO)

by Jane Boursaw, posted Mar 10th 2010 12:52AM
White Collar, Season One FinaleOh, snap. Neal is about to leave and seems ok with his decision. But then ... the unthinkable happens, the plane explodes, and his life is forever changed.

It's a great season finale for 'White Collar' (Tue., 10PM ET on USA) that leaves things wide open for season two. Creator Jeff Eastin has said the focus will stay on Peter and Neal, supported by Elizabeth and Mozzie.

Are you a 'White Collar' fan? How did you like the season finale?

Watch the video after the jump.

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White Collar is back tonight at last

by Allison Waldman, posted Jan 19th 2010 10:30AM
white_collar_duo_usaHas it really been over a month since White Collar left us hanging on the cliff? Yes, I guess it has. Thank goodness USA has given this show an order for a second season. It's delightful. I know, it's a fruity word, but I can't think of a better one that describes the show. Okay, fun.

Tonight, apparently, we're going to resolve the Kate/Neal/Peter question in some way, shape or form because clearly there are other cases to resolve and the partnership between Neil and Peter is moving on. It's the premise of the show, so it was inevitable that they were going to have to keep it together.

How do I know for sure, well... take a look at the preview. After the jump.

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USA Renews 'White Collar'

by Rebecca Paiement, posted Dec 21st 2009 10:00AM
White CollarUSA Network's 'White Collar' has just gotten the go ahead for a second season.

The Hollywood Reporter
has confirmed the news, which was first spotted on executive producer Jeff Eastin's Twitter when he sent a congratulatory note to "the best cast and crew on television."

The crime dramedy stars Matt Bomer as con-man Neal Caffrey who, with only three months to go in a four-year maximum security prison sentence, escapes to find his ex-girlfriend. Tim DeKay is special agent Peter Burke, who negotiates a tricky deal, in which Neal promises to help Peter solve cases as long as Neal is allowed to remain on the outside as part of a work release program. The cast is rounded off by Elizabeth Burke (Tiffani Thiessen), an event planner and wife of Tim, and Mozzie (Willie Garson), a fellow con-man and Neal's confidant.

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