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The Big Picture
- Fans of White Collar can rejoice as star Matt Bomer reveals that a revival of the series is in the works, with “very legitimate talks” taking place.
- While nothing is confirmed yet, things are looking promising for the return of the beloved procedural drama.
- The series originally ran on USA for 6 seasons, from 2009-2014.
White Collar fans, heads up! Neal Caffrey might be returning soon to our small screens with the FBI’s White Collar Crime unit. Actor Matt Bomer revealed to TV Line there is “legitimate talk” going on about the revival of the fan favorite procedural drama that ran for six seasons and made Bomer and the cast a household name. There has been a revived interest from the audience in nostalgic procedural shows as proven by USA Network’s other fan favorite Suits, which is also getting a off shoot revival.
“There has been talk,” Bomer said when asked about the series. “It’s actually very legitimate talk, it’s in conversation.” The actor played the fan favorite charming con artist helping FBI in solving crimes “a lot of things need to fall into place, but there is a plan in effect, at least, so we’ll see what happens,” he added. The idea of revival has been on fans’ minds since May 2020 when Bomer and the cast virtually connected for a reunion.