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USA to Cancel WHITE COLLAR Following Six-Episode Final Season

TVLine reports that USA Network's popular drama series WHITE COLLAR, will wrap up its run with a final season consisting of six episodes.

The series stars hottie Matt Bomer, whose character, Neal Caffrey, was kidnapped by unknown assailants in the Season 5 finale, which aired on January 30th. The site reports that the final season will wrap up those loose ends and resolve other remaining story lines.

About WHITE COLLAR:

The unique partnership between slick con man Neal Caffrey (Matt Bomer) and FBI agent Peter Burke (Tim DeKay) was upended in the highly buzzed about season three finale when Neal fled the country with Mozzie (Willie Garson). The critically acclaimed series returns for a dramatic fourth season exploring Burke's fate with the FBI, the whereabouts of Caffrey and whether or not their relationship will ever be the same again.

"White Collar" was created and is executive-produced by Jeff Eastin and comes from FOX Television Studios. Mark Goffman is an executive producer and Jeff F. King is a co-executive producer.

Photo by: David Giesbrecht/USA Network


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