WHITE COLLAR Fans: Where is Elizabeth Burke?

Help Solve the Mystery: Where Are the Kidnappers Holding Elizabeth Burke Hostage?

Show Creator & Executive Producer Jeff Eastin Will Help Fans on WhereIsElizabethBurke.com – Leading up to the Mid-Season Premiere of WHITE COLLAR on January 17

At the end of the summer finale of WHITE COLLAR, Elizabeth Burke, the wife of FBI agent Peter Burke, was kidnapped by criminals hunting for Neal Caffrey’s stolen Nazi treasure. USA is offering fans the opportunity to weigh in on where they think Mrs. Suit is being held, via its site WhereIsElizabethBurke.com. Each day, fans will find a new clue, including exclusive video and audio, from the crime scene along with additional evidence. Jeff Eastin will select one lucky fan to be featured on air.

From Tuesday, January 3 through Tuesday, January 17, fans can post their guesses on WhereIsElizabethBurke.com and receive feedback and hints from Jeff Eastin, when WHITE COLLAR returns on USA that night at 10/9c.

WhereIsElizabethBurke.com is connected to the network’s popular Character Chatter platform, which harnesses and amplifies the social buzz around the series by funneling a real-time feed of text, images, and video from all social streams including Facebook, Twitter, Flickr and YouTube.

Currently in its third season, WHITE COLLAR focuses on the unlikely partnership between con artist Neal Caffrey (Matt Bomer) and FBI agent Peter Burke (Tim DeKay). Caffrey’s expertise helps Burke catch other elusive criminals, proving that in order to solve the hardest crimes, you must hire the smartest criminal. But this season we’re not sure whose side Caffrey is really on. The series also stars Tiffani Thiessen, Willie Garson, Marsha Thomason, Hilarie Burton and Sharif Atkins. The upcoming second half of the third season features the directorial debut of series star DeKay and appearances by guest stars including Joe Manganiello, Dylan Baker, Beau Bridges, Tom Skerritt, Hal Ozsan, Ross McCall, Diahann Carroll, Elizabeth Gillies, Graham Phillips, Lola Glaudini, Will Chase, Murphy Guyer, Tom Degnan, Bailey Chase and Debra Monk.

WHITE COLLAR was created by and is executive produced by Jeff Eastin and comes from Fox Television Studios. Jeff King and Mark Goffman are co-executive producers. The show is shot entirely in and around New York City.
.
via USA Press Release

USA Renews WHITE COLLAR For A Fourth Season!

USA Network has renewed White Collar for a fourth season!

White Collar, created by Jeff Eastin, will return with 16 episodes. Production is set to begin in 2012. The series is currently filming the latter half of its third season, which will air in January 2012.

The show stars Matt Bomer and Tim DeKay. The first half of its second season ended with a season high 4.3 million total viewers tuning in. White Collar has averaged 3.9 million on Tuesdays at 9 p.m.

“We’re thrilled to offer our viewers another season that promises some of the best writing in television, unexpected twists and generous helpings of America’s favorite bromance,” said USA Network co-presidents Jeff Wachtel and Chris McCumber.

White Collar joins a strong lineup at USA with Suits, Burn Notice, In Plain Sight, Fairly Legal and Common Law. Necessary Roughness may return for a second season as well.

USA Network Empowers WHITE COLLAR Fans to Vote on Main Title Sequence on CharacterChatter.com

Change is hard. Just ask Neal Caffrey. Following an enormous outpouring of feedback from fans and viewers when a new WHITE COLLAR main title sequence debuted during season three, USA Network and the series producers have created a poll to give viewers the opportunity to vote on whether to keep the new sequence or revert back to the previous version.

Through the network’s secondary screen platform Character Chatter (www.characterchatter.com), fans can view video of both sequences and register their vote starting Friday, July 8, through Wednesday, July 13 at noon ET. The winning decision will air in the Tuesday, July 19 episode of WHITE COLLAR and remain the main title sequence for the entire third season.

“Where would Neal Caffrey be without a second chance? Our new main title sequence has been hotly debated with opinions covering a broad spectrum,” said series creator and executive producer Jeff Eastin. “We respect the opinions of our fans and we couldn’t think of a better way to reward their dedication than empowering them with this decision.”

“Our Characters Welcome brand philosophy is predicated on the inclusion of everyone – especially our audience,” said Alexandra Shapiro, senior vice president brand marketing and digital for USA. “So when debate ensued among our core WHITE COLLAR fans we decided crowdsourcing was an optimal way to involve our fans in determining the main title sequence’s fate.”

USA will message about the poll to fans through the network’s Character Chatter platform, which harnesses and amplifies the social buzz around the series by funneling in real-time a feed of text, images, and video from all social streams including Facebook, Twitter, Flickr and YouTube. The network will feature on-air snipes about the poll in the Tuesday, July 12 episode, and well as information on the WHITE COLLAR website, and call-outs on social outlets including Facebook and Twitter.

Currently in its third season, WHITE COLLAR focuses on the unlikely partnership between con artist Neal Caffrey (Matt Bomer) and FBI agent Peter Burke (Tim DeKay). Caffrey’s expertise helps Burke catch other elusive criminals, proving that in order to solve the hardest crimes, you must hire the smartest criminal. But this season we’re not sure whose side Caffrey is really on. The series also stars Tiffani Thiessen, Willie Garson, Marsha Thomason, Hilarie Burton and Sharif Atkins. Upcoming guest stars include Diahann Carroll, Lena Headey, Eliza Dushku, Brady Smith and Beau Bridges, who is featured in the mid-season finale on Tuesday, August 9. Joe Manganiello will guest star on an episode when the series returns for its second half of season three in January.
WHITE COLLAR was created by and is executive produced by Jeff Eastin and comes from Fox Television Studios. Jeff King and Mark Goffman are co-executive producers. The show is shot entirely in and around New York City.

URL for all linked messaging: http://characterchatter.usanetwork.com/show.php?show=whitecollar

To view the original series open, please visit: http://video.usanetwork.com/series/white_collar/features_1/new-opening/v1338262#////series/white_collar/features_1/original-opening/v1338261

To view the new series open, please visit: http://video.usanetwork.com/series/white_collar/features_1/new-opening/v1338262#////series/white_collar/features_1/new-opening/v1338262

USA Network is the #1 network in all of basic cable and is seen in over 102 million U.S. homes. A division of NBCUniversal, USA is the cable television leader in original series and home to the best in blockbuster theatrical films, acquired television series and entertainment events. The award-winning USA website is located at http://www.usanetwork.com. Characters Welcome.
USA Network is a program service of NBCUniversal Cable a division of NBCUniversal, one of the world’s leading media and entertainment companies in the development, production, and marketing of entertainment, news, and information to a global audience.
via USA Network Press Release

White Collar Fan Party at SDCC

WhiteCollarFansatSDCC would like to invite everyone to their White Collar fan party at San Diego Comic Con!  You must first sign up to their e-mail list to stay informed about the location and time of the party. Send an e-mail to: whitecollarfansatsdcc@gmail.com.  Be sure to include your name and names of your guests.

Don’t forget to follow them on Twitter @WCfansatSDCC for all the latest updates about White Collar and Comic-Con.