White Collar: USA Series Ending with Short Sixth Season

White Collar ending, season sixAs expected, USA has renewed White Collar for a sixth and final season. According to Deadline, there will be just six episodes for the cast and crew to craft a proper goodbye.

The size of the season order is reportedly a compromise between USA and series producer Fox TV Studios. The cable channel wanted just a movie/mini-series to wrap the series while the studio wanted to make a full season. The decision to end the show ultimately all came down to economics with White Collar being an expensive series to produce.

What do you think? Will you be sorry to see White Collar end or is it the right time?

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  1. Janet Christensen says

    I’m sorry to see the show go. It’s interesting yet not bloody and gory like so many of the others out there. This show contains mystery, comedy and I love the actors and storylines

  2. Ingunn Victoria says

    I am very sorry to see White Collar end. I still feel like it had a lot of potential. Neal is rehabilitating from a life as a criminal to a normal citizen of the society. It is sad that we don’t get to see Neal come full circle with that, cause this can’t be done in just 6 episodes. But we do get to bid farewell, and we have to be satisfied with that. And hopefully, we will see both Matt Bomer and Tim Dekay in roles together in the future as well.

  3. Claudiah says

    I love white collar and is one of the only shows I am always so excited to watch. can never find shows that I am willing to watch over and over again, but I found one which is White Collar. I love this show and will be very sad to see it go. I wish the best to all of the producers, directors, writers, and the rest of the crew that made this show possible. Thank you to making an amazing show and I hope you continue to. White Collar will always be a show to remember and I would be happy to see it come back.

  4. tom soyer says

    I love white collar and is one of the only shows I am always so excited to watch. can never find shows that I am willing to watch over and over again, but I found one which is White Collar. I love this show and will be very sad to see it go. I wish the best to all of the producers, directors, writers, and the rest of the crew that made this show possible. Thank you to making an amazing show and I hope you continue to.

  5. LC (Rio de Janeiro - Brazil) says

    I can’t believe that White Collar is ending. I love the series and the actors on that show.

  6. Scarlets says

    I’ve been with this show from the beginning. I love how clever it is and Tim Dekay is very hot. It will be missed. Hopefully it will get picked up by another network.

  7. Karen says

    I am very disappointed that White Collar is ending. I really liked that and Burn Notice. The previews for the new programs are more than disappointing. USA was my go to channel for great viewing. Not any more.

  8. Carol says

    I hate to see White Collar end. I love the series and the actors on that show. It actually is my all time favorite shown.

  9. says

    Trutly uSA has very good shows and ended them to soon. Such as Burn Notice and now White Collar! Sirens you could keep and find room for White Collar a decent show with drama and excitement.

  10. Candace says

    I am very sorry to see White Collar end! I also hated to see Coppers end, too! All my good shows are ending and it makes me very angry and sad!

  11. verdean says

    I loved White Collar, now is being cancelled; Burn Notice gone too. Hope Royal Pains will return as well as Covert Affairs and may Suits stay on. There have been so many of shows I enjoy being cancelled, leaving these silly shows on that are a dime a dozen. Cable is becoming disappointing, they get you excited about a series then its gone, what needs to be gone is all these reality shows…

  12. Joan says

    White Collar is one of the most interesting and fun show on tv.
    I would rather watch re runs than a lot of the stupid junk
    on most of the channels.

  13. Amy says

    Yes, I am sad to see it go. First Burn Notice, Pysch only has one more episode left, and now White Collar. Meanwhile, that show that debuted last summer, Graceland is not good, and their new show Sirens is stupid. I love Suits, Covert Affairs, and Royal Pains, but that’s it. I hate that my favourite cable channel is churning out new garbage, but it’s probably cheaper to make cause we all know money is the only thing networks care about.

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