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Next week, USA Network starts rolling out a super-fun new promo campaign that finds the worlds of its most popular characters colliding. In the meantime, you can view 3 exclusive videos here!

Also, it was announced today that “White Collar” Season 2 will be premiering Tuesday, July 13 at 9/8c!

A crossover between White Collar and Burn Notice could be in the works.

Matt Bomer, who plays White Collar’s Neal Caffrey, told E! Online that he is planning the show with Burn Notice star Jeffrey Donovan.

Bomer added that the duo are pitching the programme to the USA Network.

“I love Burn Notice,” Bomer explained. “It’s smart, it’s fun, it’s action-packed. I would love to do a crossover.”

Source: Digital Spy

I uploaded 3 more “Guiding Light” video clips of Matt to my YouTube playlist.

They contain all his scenes for his 59th through 61st episode on the show.

Captures coming soon! You can view my YouTube playlist here.

I added 10 photos of Matt and Tim on the “White Collar” set yesterday in New York City, NY. Thanks Crayen!

Matt and Tim were at City Hall in lower Manhattan, filming a scene for “White Collar”.

You can view more photos here.

Update on 4/27/10: Here are some fan photos as well.

Thanks Crayen for donating the video!

PS: Don’t forget to vote for Matt!

Jeff Eastin posted a video of Matt talking about their bank location!

I added 7 set photos of Matt filming “White Collar” on 4/20/10 in New York City, NY. Thanks Crayen!

I also replaced 4 “White Collar” set photos on 4/19/10 with HQ versions.

PS: Jeff Eastin posted some more set photos! You can view them here.

Also, it looks like “White Collar” is moving to the 9 PM slot!

Cablers battle for Tuesday supremacy
USA will move “White Collar” to 9 on the night to provide a launch pad
for “Covert Affairs” at 10 (the exact preem date has not been set).

Source: Variety.com

The street date for White Collar – The Complete 1st Season is July 13th, with video in widescreen (and in high def on the Blu-ray Disc version). Audio is listed as English 5.1 Dolby Digital, and subtitles in English, French and Spanish (the studio information doesn’t actually specify if this is for the DVD, the Blu-ray, or for both). The DVD ($59.98 SRP) comes on 4 discs, and the Blu version ($69.99 SRP) is a 3-disc set. Bonus material consists of a Gag Reel, Deleted Scenes, and three Featurettes: “Pro and Con,” “A Cool Cat in the Hat,” and “Nothing But the Truth”.

Source: TVShowsOnDVD.com (Thanks Ramana for the tip!)

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