Who: USA Network, NBCU, White Collar, Jeff Eastin
What: USA signs on to another season of White Collar
When: August 26, 2011
Where: New York
Show rolls into fourth season
NBCUniversal subsidiary and basic cable channel USA Network has ordered a fourth season of the popular comedic drama White Collar starring Matt Bomer and Tim DeKay.
The series, created by Jeff Eastin, focuses on the life of a pseudo-reformed con-man who is employed by the FBI to catch other con-men in a tongue-in-cheek format that has hallmarks of Steven Spielberg’s 2002 film Catch Me If You Can.
White Collar averages around four million viewers Tuesdays at 9PM and originally debuted in October of 2009.
USA top brass enthused that they were looking forward to the new season.
“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,” network officials said in a statement.
The announcement follows hot on the heels of a string of renewals at USA for other original dramas like Suits and In Plain Sight.
The renewals are a good indicator that the network that once served mostly leftovers is cooking up a smorgasbord of original content that is registering
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