White Collar Reviews
Description:Manufacturer: USA Network. A con artist teams up with a cop so he can stay out of prison.
Newest Review: ... As the story arc develops we learn more of Neal's past, his history with Kate Moreau becomes more developed and causes problems for his pairing with Burke and provides some of the conflict between the two. It's the pairing though that makes the show work. The fact that they come from different view points makes it a unique pairing which I don't think I've seen in another TV show. The ... more
Customer White Collar Reviews (2)
by - written on 14/07/10 (Very useful, 31 readings)
I've recently started watching White Collar after I became a fan of Tiffani Thiessen's again through watching Fastlane and I was glad to hear that I could now watch her in a new show. What I found though was not just liking one actress but liking the whole show. The plot focuses on the pairing of con-artist Neal Caffery who was arrested and jailed for art forgery. Through a series of mis-adventures Caffery ends up getting paired with FBI Agent Peter Burke who works in NYC's White Collar division. Together they become responsible for solving somewhat low level crime (but crime that's above the station of the NYPD) in New York. As the story arc ... Read the complete review
by - written on 26/02/10 (Very useful, 81 readings)
This is another classic in the making from America's 'USA Network.' Usually I don't start watching a show until I can buy at least one season on DVD as I hate the suspense of waiting for the next episode however here the mix of series and serialisation works well. I had forgotten that sometimes it can be a joy looking forwards to the next episode. being a USA network show is great news for fans as they do not seem to follow the trend of cancelling shows in their prime. Neal Caffrey (Matthew Bomer AKA Bryce Larkin from the phenomenal 'Chuck') is a charming and devastatingly attractive con man. With only three months remaining of a four year stretch in a ... Read the complete review