Tim DeKay and Matt Bomer
Another sign that summer is over (as if the scattered fall premieres weren't enough): USA Network draws the curtain on two of its better hot-weather diversions — although one will be back before you know it.
Matt Bomer and Treat Williams
"If I told you, I'd have to kill you."
For an actor who's best known for playing warm and heroic characters such as Everwood's Dr. Andy Brown, Treat Williams sure has the act — and dialogue — of a mysterious man on the run down pat — and with good reason.
On Tuesday's new episode of White Collar (9/8c on USA), Williams begins a six-episode arc as Sam, the former partner of Neal's close friend, Ellen (Judith Ivey). Just as Neal (Matt Bomer) was beginning to ask Ellen more questions about his corrupt cop father, Ellen was...
A shakeup is in store on White Collar.
CSI: Miami's Emily Procter has been cast as the new head of the New York White Collar Division, TV Guide has learned exclusively.
Bret Easton Ellis drew heat on Wednesday after declaring on Twitter that Matt Bomer cannot star in the upcoming film adaptation of the bestselling erotic novel Fifty Shades of Grey because he's openly gay.
In British author E.L. James' sexually explicit Grey trilogy, Christian Grey is...
A vampires is coming to White Collar!
Twilight star Jackson Rathbone will guest-star in an upcoming episode of the USA series, The Huffington Post reports.
Hilarie Burton on returning to White Collar
Hilarie Burton, Matt Bomer
Now that Neal (Matt Bomer) is back from his island excursion on White Collar, another familiar face is returning. But this time around, Sara Ellis might have different intentions.
"Am I coming back to be a pain in his a--? I legitimately don't know," Hilarie Burton tells TVGuide.com. "Sara doesn't let a lot of people in and she has let Neal in on some secrets. So whether that makes her resent him for running away or it endears him to her and lets her understand why he's done the things he's done remains to be seen."
Darren Criss, Peter Gallagher
Gwyneth Paltrow, Neil Patrick Harris, Britney Spears and Ricky Martin — Glee has never had a problem luring A-list talent to the halls of McKinley High for guest-starring roles. And the roles of the glee clubbers' parents have been no exception. In its first three seasons, the Fox musical has nabbed comedy pioneers (Carol Burnett), Broadway vets (Victor Garber, Idina Menzel), sci-fi stars (Jeff Goldblum) and even produced an Emmy nominee (Mike O'Malley). Now that there are a new group of seniors set to rule the school — or at least the choir room — this season on Glee, could meeting Blaine's dad and Artie's mom be far behind? The cast shared their top choices to play their TV parents...
When USA executives heard that one of America's most wanted con men, Neal Caffrey, was going to flee the country on the Season 3 finale of White Collar, they had one small request.
"They really liked the idea. They just said, 'Promise us you're not destroying the series,'" creator and executive producer Jeff Eastin tells TVGuide.com.
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At first glance, it looks like Eastin didn't play by the rules. In the episode's final moments, con-man-turned-indentured-FBI-employee Neal (Matt Bomer) cut his police anklet and fled the country with just a month left on his sentence.
But how does a show about a criminal working for the FBI function when he runs? By following said criminal to...
The Backstreet Boys said it best: "If you want it to be good girl, get yourself a bad boy." Need proof? Just look at the untrustworthy, yet irresistible leads who have taken over your TV. From White Collar's Neal Caffrey to The Vampire Diaries' Damon Salvatore, bad boys seem like they're here to stay — and we aren't complaining! But what is it about a bad boy that's so appealing?
Magic Mike is being adapted into a Broadway musical, Deadline reports.
Steven Soderbergh and Channing Tatum are eyeing a summer 2013 bow for Magic Mike: The Musical.