Matt Bomer, Darren Criss
When it was first reported that White Collar sex symbol Matt Bomer would guest-star as Blaine Anderson's brother on Glee, we didn't think it could possibly get any better. But it has!
If there was ever a doubt that Glee's Blaine Anderson comes from an attractive lineage, this should seal the deal: Matt Bomer is in talks to play Blaine's older brother on an April episode of the Fox series, according to TVLine.
Timothy Olyphant, Justified
On that rare occasion when someone tells you there's nothing good on TV — but honestly, why would you be talking to people like that? — gently point them toward Tuesday nights at 10/9c, a time period that became ridiculously overstuffed this week thanks to some of cable's best and most entertaining dramas. (And let's pause to give thanks to cable replays, for those with limited DVR capability.)
THE TUESDAY LOGJAM: Let's start with FX's Justified, fresh as ever in its third season. Still recovering from last season's wounds, wry U.S. Marshal Raylan Givens (Timothy Olyphant) may not be up to snuff just yet — as his boss taunts, "You can't run and you can't shoot, what good are you?" — but the show is so assured in its blend of barbed humor and deadly menace that you can always expect at least once per episode to be found laughing on the edge of your seat. Mags Bennett may be gone, and there's no replacing the great Margo Martindale, but icy-eyed Neal McDonough is giving it a robust go...
Where is Elizabeth Burke? That became the burning question on the minds of White Collar fans everywhere after Mrs. Suit was kidnapped by Keller in the midseason finale.
When White Collar returns, there's one big problem keeping Peter (Tim DeKay), Neal (Matt Bomer) and the rest of the FBI from giving Keller the treasure and saving Elizabeth: the treasure is...
Ian Somerhalder, Olivia Wilde
Are The Vampire Diaries' stunning twosome Ian Somerhalder and Nina Dobrev hotter than gorgeous docs Olivia Wilde and ...
Being married to an FBI agent, you're bound to pick up a thing or two; for White Collar's Elizabeth, that's especially true.
"She actually cracks a case on her own," Tiffani Thiessen tells TVGuide.com. "I think after being married for over 10 years to her FBI agent/husband [Peter] she gets pretty smart at it."
Matt Bomer and Eliza Dushku
Long before he made fedoras and police anklets stylish on White Collar, Matt Bomer romanced Eliza Dushku on the Fox sci-fi series Tru Calling. But when White Collar creator and executive producer Jeff Eastin came calling for her to guest-star on the USA series, Dushku knew she wanted to channel another, very famous, on-screen couple for their reunion.
"I wanted a Mr. & Mrs. Smith vibe," Dushku tells TVGuide.com. "[I said] I'd love to come and be on it, but only if it's something that's really special and only if Raquel and Neal really have a Mr. & Mrs. Smith dance going on. It could be sexual at times, it could be violent and scary at times, but as long as it's intense, and he really responded to that."
Eliza Dushku to stir things up on White Collar
Judging from the previews for Tuesday's episode, airing at 9/8c on USA, the message was definitely received...
"Baby, lock them doors and turn the lights down low." Surprisingly, those lyrics were not coming from the lips of American Idol winner Scotty McCreery, but from White Collar star Matt Bomer. At a White Collar screening and Q&A held Monday at the Academy of Television Arts & Sciences, he and fellow cast members Tim DeKay and Willie Garson sang, revealed what they're hiding underneath those sharp suits (Spanx for Garson, he joked) and gave plenty of juicy intel for what's coming up on the crime series' third season.
5 reasons we're already hooked on the new season of White Collar
Is a musical episode on the way? The White Collar cast is known to break out into "song bombs" on the set (favorite tunes include "Purple Rain," "Total Eclipse of the Heart" and the Folgers coffee jingle), so does that mean a musical episode...
White Collar returned last night for its third season and, lord, they didn't waste any time getting right back into the action, huh? So, since we lovelovelove USA's crafty con drama and what is being set up with this Nazi treasure mystery, the Watercooler has decided to devote today's column to a chat with star Matt Bomer about what's coming up and why Neal may not be such a good guy after all. (But shhh, don't tell Peter!)
Matt Bomer and Willie Garson
To catch a thief is hard. But to catch a thief on the new season of White Collar is going to be a tad more difficult.
The third season premiere, airing Tuesday at 9/8c on USA, picks up right where the show left off three months ago when Neal (Matt Bomer) discovered billions of dollars of stolen art and jewelry left in a warehouse for him by an anonymous friend. After getting our hands on the episode early we pick five (non-spoilery) reasons to get excited for what's ahead.
What's next on White Collar: Neal's big decision, his future with Sara, the origin of Mozzie
1. Neal faces temptation: The tagline for the new season says it all: "Choose a side." While Neal has always struggled to...