White Collar (2009–2014)

TV Series   |  TV-PG   |    |  Comedy, Crime, Drama


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A white collar criminal agrees to help the FBI catch other white collar criminals using his expertise as an art and securities thief, counterfeiter, and conman.


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  • Matt Bomer in White Collar (2009)
  • Tiffani Thiessen and Marsha Thomason in White Collar (2009)
  • Tim DeKay and Marsha Thomason in White Collar (2009)
  • Marsha Thomason in White Collar (2009)
  • Matt Bomer and Laura Ramsey in White Collar (2009)
  • Tim DeKay and Kim Dickens in White Collar (2009)

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Creators:

Jeff Eastin, Travis Romero

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6 February 2010 | j062007
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| USA Ushers in a Great New Series
USA has been a great provider of action-comedy-drama shows for quite a while; series like Monk and Psych have greatly entertained me. White Collar is not short of the quality work USA can offer by any means. The story is fresh and new, although it did sort of steal the idea from the ending of the movie Catch Me If You Can. I won't divulge into the story at all, mainly because whenever I do that i usually give away too much, but I can definitely tell you that is it great, and every episode so far in some way has a very interesting twist. The characters have very unique personalities and you will easily take a liking to them - Matt Bomer really was the picture perfect choice for the main character, Neil Caffrey - charming looks and pitch perfect acting delivered the perfect character. The music is okay, there's nothing too amazing about it, but visually the show does some good things; how they position the cameras in some scenes were good choices, although sometimes a wee bit awkward. It might not be as good though if you don't start at the pilot episode, but it's not fully required since for most of the newer episodes they have a summary of what went on in the first few episodes. Overall though, this is a great series that is definitely worth your time to watch.

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