The ‘White Collar’ main actor and the creator Jeff Eastin confirm discussions to bring back the drama series which originally ended in 2014 after six seasons.
AceShowbiz -Actor Matt Bomer and his “White Collar” creator Jeff Eastin have teased “a plan” to reboot the hit crime drama for another run.
The stars of the show, which aired for six seasons until 2014, are preparing to reunite for the “Stars In the House” livestreaming series on Thursday night, May 7, 2020, and on the eve of the virtual gathering, Eastin and Bomer took to Twitter to reveal they are actively working to revive the series.
“Had a great convo (sic) with Matt Bomer. We have a plan to bring #WhiteCollar back,” Eastin posted on Wednesday.
Referring to Willie Garson‘s character, he added, “So, as Mozzie might say, ‘To quote Steve Harvey, ‘The dream is free. The hustle is sold separately.’ It’s time to hustle.”
Bomer, who led the cast as reformed conman Neal Caffrey, reposted the news on his Twitter page and added a face with a monocle emoji and another with a thumbs up.
He also encouraged fans to check out the online gathering with old castmates Tim DeKay, Hilarie Burton, Garson, and Tiffani Thiessen, among others, seemingly suggesting a formal announcement was imminent.
“Hope you can join us this THURSDAY at 8 PM EST/5 PM PST!” he wrote. “The Cast Of WHITE COLLAR Will Reunite On STARS IN THE HOUSE.”
Fans can check it out here.
Eastin previously teased a reboot of “White Collar” last month, April 2020 when he shared a photo of a fedora worn onscreen by Bomer’s character, and noted, “It’s right here waiting for you. Time to get Neal out of retirement…”
“Let’s do it!” Bomer replied.
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