USA Renews WHITE COLLAR for a Fourth Season

     August 25, 2011

Matt Bomer Tim DeKay Interview WHITE COLLAR slice

I’ve often wondered who watches USA series’ such as Burn Notice, In Plain Sight, and White Collar. Honestly, I’ve never seen an episode of any of the above, so it has nothing to do with my thinking they aren’t quality programs. It’s just that I’ve honestly never talked with someone who watches them with any regularity. And, with that in mind, I’m proud to introduce to you another installment of “Jason is wrong about a lot of things.”

Apparently someone watches White Collar (more than 5.5 million per episode, actually) because Variety reports that the network has renewed the series for a 16-episode fourth season. The second half of the third season is set to air early next year with production on the newly announced fourth season beginning shortly thereafter. For those unfamiliar with the series, White Collar stars Matt Bomer as a con-artist who enjoys an unlikely professional relationship with Tim DeKay’s character, an FBI agent.

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  • Steve ‘Frosty’ Weintraub

    I watch White Collar. It’s a fun show.

    • Jason Barr

      Way to go and void my opening paragraph!

  • Chris

    Been waiting a long time for this now…. :D

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  • icko21

    crossover episode with “suits” perhaps

  • Dogg

    The show premise and lead characters are great, but the convenient plot lines are often cringeworthy. Get used to Matt Bomer as a future star. Handsomeness that concentrated is just fascinating to look at no matter which way you swing.

  • ryanc

    i watch both burn notice and white collar, both have interesting premises, but burn notice is probably usa’s best series because of jeffrey donovan extraordinary and because bruce campbell is bruce campbell.

    • Derek

      I agree with you and Dogg. I love Burn Notice, the cast and the stories are still fresh even in the fifth season. White Collar is pretty good but the writing is kinda weak. Lets not forget about Psych and Royal Pains, they’re consistently entertaining as well.

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  • Me

    Eek. Bruce Campbell ain’t bad but I prefer Bomer and WC. Suits is a new fave.

    I see what the writer is trying to say if you are the kind of person that waits to be told what to watch by the publicity fed critic police and your friends who are fed by them but if you have your own mind, you just search around and you can find some cool gems like WC.

    I’ve tried True Blood but I thin its the most overrated rubbish. WC doesn’t take itself seriously and I find that I much prefer that to some bloated show like TB. If I want quality original drama that is intellectual, I’ll just watch the old stuff. Or European drama.

  • drmar120

    USA shows do well because USA has nailed the light-touch, dramedy style of mystery/cop show that used to be a staple on broadcast, but isn’t so much now. There are still some successes over the air, of course, like Castle. But consider… Monk flopped on ABC and shows like The Good Guys rarely make it. Not everyone likes intense, grim, gritty, clinical cop/medical examiner shows. That’s why lots of people–older viewers especially, I suspect–like things like Burn Notice, In Plain Sight, Psych, White Collar, Covert Affairs and the other USA shows. After all, the network’s tagline is: Characters welcome.