While Agent Grant Ward has only appeared briefly in the second season of Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D., new casting indicates audiences haven’t seen the last of the S.H.I.E.L.D.-turned-Hydra agent. In fact, the show will be offering more insight into Ward’s troubled family history later this season.
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Matt Bomer’s White Collar cons are coming to an end. Although USA has not yet made the drama’s conclusion official — the network often holds off on making a “final season” announcement until a show’s last episodes have begun airing, as was the case with Psych – White Collar creator and executive producer Jeff Eastin tells EW that he has crafted a satisfying conclusion to the series, which stars Matt Bomer and Tim DeKay.
After protracted negotiations, USA finally renewed White Collar in March for a sixth season of just six episodes. “The really nice thing about six episodes is that it almost feels like a limited series,” says Eastin, whose other USA drama, Graceland, returns for its second season on June 11. “We’ve got just enough room for one really beautiful plot: What is the last adventure these guys go on?” READ FULL STORY
USA Network has said yes to more Matt Bomer. (And who wouldn’t?)
The network announced today that it has renewed White Collar for a six-episode sixth season. The studio declined to say whether the season would be the series’s last.
Meanwhile, USA has also picked up Rush, a drama written and produced by Warm Bodies director Jonathan Levine, and Complications, a drama from Burn Notice creator Matt Nix. Both shows are slated for 10-episode runs.
Rush stars Tom Ellis as a party-loving doctor named William Rush who is a master of discretion and the go-to for hush-hush medical needs. Meanwhile, Complications is a medical drama/action series starring Jason O’Mara as a doctar whose outlook on medicine is transformed after a drive-by shooting incident requires him to make a rash decision.
Matt Bomer may not be playing Christian Grey, but he’ll be back on your television soon.
The actor’s show, White Collar, will return Thursday, Jan. 9 at 9 p.m. ET, the network announced today. USA also announced return dates for several of its other popular shows.
Psych will return for its eighth season Wednesday, Jan 8. at 9:00 p.m. ET. This season will feature guest stars Mira Sorvino, Phylicia Rashad, Kristy Swanson, Anthony Michael Hall, Tom Arnold, Billy Zane, Loretta Devine, Bruce Campbell, and Cary Elwes.
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'White Collar' sneak peek: Neal and Jones annotate Peter's loaded exchange with [spoiler] -- EXCLUSIVE VIDEO
The exclusive sneak peek of tonight’s White Collar episode that you’ll see below is one of the funniest scenes between Neal (Matt Bomer) and Jones (Sherif Atkins) I’ve ever seen, and, of course, it involves Peter (Tim DeKay) too.
In the scene, Peter is having an exchange with a fellow FBI agent, who Neal and Jones quickly determine is no stranger. In fact, using their powers of perception, they put together the pieces of this puzzle, with juicy results.
The episode, which marks the directorial debut of cast member Willie Garson, airs tonight on USA.
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We already know that Neal Caffrey is a good guy to have around in a sticky situation, but this is a whole new level of crafty!
In this scene from Thursday night’s White Collar, which you’re seeing first here on EW, Neal shows us how to make a fake ID out of what appears to be a celebrity tabloid, Chapstick, and a company’s brochure. Will it actually work? We’ll have to watch to find out. But he gets an A for effort. (Bonus comment: Does anyone else love that Peter tells Neal to “watch your fingers”?)
Check it out below:
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Attention White Collar fans! We’d like to give you an exclusive welcome to paradise island, where the only thing bluer than the ocean is Matt Bomer’s eyes and the only thing hotter than the sand is Bomer’s body.
EW has an exclusive video of Bomer taking less of a romantic walk on the beach and more of a shirtless, sweaty jog on the beach in honor of today’s White Collar‘s season 4 DVD release. Join us in watching the video below over and over again:
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He had two personalities on his short-lived NBC drama Do No Harm, but we presume Steven Pasquale (Rescue Me) will be playing just one role when he pop us on White Collar this season. He’s set to appear in one of season 5′s final five episodes as Conrad Worth, a rogue stock broker who sees an opportunity to exploit the world of high-frequency trading on Wall Street, EW has learned. Most recently, Pasquale starred in a limited-run Off Broadway musical adaptation of Todd Haynes’ 2002 film Far From Heaven.
Season 5 of White Collar premieres Thursday, Oct. 17 at 9 p.m. ET on USA.
One year ago, Friday nights featured the great showdown of three genre shows all airing at 9 p.m.: Supernatural, Fringe, and Grimm. Now, all of those shows can look at their Friday time slot in the rear-view mirror — Fringe because it aired its series finale in January but Supernatural and Grimm because they’ve managed to beat the odds and escape the so-called Friday Night Death Slot.
NBC has moved Grimm to Tuesdays at 10 p.m., where it will replace the canceled dating show Ready for Love. Grimm will air once more on Friday — tomorrow’s episode, “Ring of Fire,” which was preempted last week for coverage of the manhunt in Boston — and will air on Tuesdays for the rest of season 2, starting April 30. READ FULL STORY
White Collar returns tonight to USA, and after leaving fans with the big reveal that Sam (Treat Williams) is actually Neal’s father, James, executive producer Jeff Eastin promises some payoff.
“We figure if you stuck with the show this long to where revealing Neal’s father was important to you, the next episode you’re probably going to be wanting to know a few things. So we were really mindful of that when we sat down to write the second half of the season, especially the first few shows back,” says Eastin.
And while fans will get a healthy dose of answers in tonight’s episode, we decided to take a few of your most urgent queries (submitted via Spoiler Room) to the man himself. Check out his answers below. READ FULL STORY
Hey, gang! How’ve you been?
Personally, 2013 is off to an insanely fun start. Just yesterday, for example, I spent the day on the NYC set of CBS’s upcoming procedural drama, Golden Boy. (Hence the column’s one day delay!) The show stars Theo James (a name/face Downton Abbey fans probably know) and debuts in February. I’ll have plenty from that visit soon.
I hope your New Year has been equally thrilling, but if not, spice up your life by submitting your spoiler Qs! (As usual, email@example.com is the best way!)
Happy Holidays, gang!
As we head into the greatest time of the year, I wish you nothing but goodness. May your stockings be full (of TV on DVD), your families be well (/less crazy than the Graysons), and your holidays be more magical than Storybrooke.
Enjoy your scoop and see you after the holidays! And, if you get a chance, hit up firstname.lastname@example.org with all scoop inquiries.
USA announces winter premiere dates for 'White Collar,' 'Suits,' 'Necessary Roughness'; 'Common Law' canceled
USA Network favorites White Collar, Suits, and Necessary Roughness are all set to return in January, the network announced Wednesday. One that won’t be coming back? Newcomer Common Law, which USA has canceled. Ted Linhart, USA’s SVP of research tweeted the news Wednesday afternoon: “I can confirm to those who have asked that we are not renewing Common Law. Thanks to all the fans who watched and expressed their support.”
Matt Bomer returns as ex-con-gone-good Neal Caffrey to White Collar in its winter premiere on Tuesday, Jan. 22, 2013 at 10 p.m. for six episodes. Popular law drama Suits starts its next six-episode run on Jan. 17, 2013 at 10 p.m. to round out its second season on USA. And sophomore drama about sports psychologist Callie Thorne, Necessary Roughness, hits the field on Jan. 23, 2013 at 10 p.m.
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