The cast of White Collar had a special reunion on Stars in the House, a daily live-stream series by Seth Rudetsky and James Wesley to support The Actors Fund and its services. Matt Bomer, Tim Dekay, Tiffani Thiessen, Sharif Atkins, Marsha Thomason, Willie Garson, and Hilarie Burton all participated on Thursday night’s show, and discussed so much, including their stories on how they got their roles on White Collar. If you missed it, you can watch the whole interview below! Keep an eye out on some news soon, because it looks like there are real conversations happening behind the scenes to revive the show!
Here’s the final batch of White Collar season 1 screen captures. In case you did miss it, I decided to remake the caps because the ones we had was still in HDTV quality, with USA Network logos all over the caps. Now, we have clean and bigger caps for our viewing pleasure!
I have plans on remake the second and third seasons as well, so bare with me while I work on it! Enjoy the caps!
It took me a while, but here’s another batch of White Collar season 1 HD logoless screencaptures. The first part can be found here and I have plans to finish the first season until the end of the week.
Resorting these caps are being quite fun, I can remember (and laugh all over again) some scenes even if I did watch it a long time ago just by looking at the caps. I hope you’re enjoying it!
When this site opened, 8 years ago, HD wasn’t still a thing. Well, at least not easy for everyone. White Collar was airing its first season and all captures we have in our site are in HDTV quality, with the USA Network logos all over the place. So I decided to recap the early seasons with better quality caps, logoless.
Obviously it will take some time, but today I managed to upload the first 5 episodes from Season 1. I hope you enjoy them!
The gallery was (finally) updated with screen captures and promotional images from final White Collar season. You can check by clicking on the previews/links below:
White Collar Season 6 is already available on digital streaming (Amazon | iTunes) and will be available on DVD next May 15, 2015. On the same day, it will be released the box for the complete series, containing all six seasons.
Both are already for pre-sale on Amazon – US Only – and you can find the high quality cover in our gallery. No word yet on containing extras, specially for the box set, but make sure to get your copy: Season 6 | Complete Series.
Last month Matt won at The People’s Choice Awards as Favorite Cable TV Actor for his work on White Collar. I have uploaded several pictures in our gallery, including a very pretty portrait. Enjoy!
I added 6 “White Collar” set photos from June 30th. Thanks to my friend Mary for donating them!
UPDATE! I have added 65 more photos to the gallery.
One of USA Network‘s signature series, drama White Collar, is poised to wrap its run with a six-episode sixth and final season. There is no official word yet, but I hear the network and series producer Fox TV Studios are finalizing the deal. The size of the order looks like a compromise between a movie/mini-series conclusion USA had been considering and a full-length season, sought by producer FfvS. Season 5 ended with a cliffhanger involving the abduction of Neal Caffrey (Matt Bomer). All of USA’s other established series — Monk, Burn Notice (also produced by FtvS), Psych and In Plain Sight — also had received a proper send-off. Moved to fall for the first time since its first season, White Collar got dinged up against in-season competition but rebounded in January when the conclusion of Season 5 averaged 2.8 million viewers in Live+Same Day, up 22% from fall, and 955,000 adults 18-49, up 32%.
With ratings still solid, the renewal negotiations zeroed in on the show’s economics. At this point in the run of a series, a network is responsible for the full production cost. With a well-known cast and extensive location shoots in New York, White Collar is an expensive show. What’s more, it is not owned by USA. USA parent NBCUniversal Cable Entertainment has made owning content a priority with the appointments of Jeff Wachtel and Dawn Olmstead to spearhead in-house production efforts. The network has a lot of projects in the pipeline and has been going through a portfolio changeover, replacing its older shows with new ones. From a business perspective, continuing White Collar at the current price tag might not have made a lot of sense for USA. But from a legacy standpoint, the show — which boasts one of the network’s most recognizable stars in Bomer and is one of is USA’s best critically received series — deserved a proper conclusion. (FtvS also had been willing to shoulder the cost of a final season and was open to a lower license fee.)
“White Collar” fans around the globe have joined forces to Tweet #whitecollarforS6 on Monday, February 24th at 12:00 noon EST – 9:00 am PST – 6:00 pm Europe Centrale. We’re hoping to get #whitecollarforS6 trending.