Season Two Winter Premiere Review
“Burke’s Seven” Airing January 18
WHITE COLLAR Tuesdays at 10 PM EST beginning January 18 on USA NETWORK
January 15, 2011
By Lena Lamoray
WHITE COLLAR USA NETWORK PRESS RELEASE: USA‘S HIT ORIGINAL SERIES “WHITE COLLAR” RETURNS WITH ALL NEW SEASON TWO EPISODES TUESDAY, JANUARY 18 AT ITS NEW TIME 10/9C WHITE COLLAR, USA Network’s hit original series, starring Matt Bomer (“Chuck,” “Tru Calling”), Tim DeKay (“Tell Me You Love Me,” “Carnivàle”), Tiffani Thiessen (“What About Brian,” “Fastlane”), Willie Garson (“Sex and the City,” “John from Cincinnati”), Sharif Atkins (“ER,” “Hawaii”) and Marsha Thomason (“Lost,” “Las Vegas”), returns with all-new episodes of season two on Tuesday, January 18 at its new time, 10/9c. One of this fall season’s most critically acclaimed dramas, WHITE COLLAR focuses on the most unlikely of partnerships between a con artist (Bomer) and an FBI agent (DeKay). This exciting crime drama, which was one of cable’s #1 shows for 2009, returns with more intrigue and all new cases. In the mid-season cliffhanger, our beloved Mozzie (Garson)’s life lies in the balance after being gunned down by an unknown assailant. When we return, his survival is in question as Peter (DeKay) and Neal (Bomer) set out to find his shooter and work tirelessly to solve the mythology storyline of who killed Kate. There’s plenty of intrigue on the Peter and Neal front as we see them swap identities to solve a case and then get a look back in time to learn how all our characters came together in the first place. This exciting second half of season two features guest stars Andrew McCarthy, Hilarie Burton, Diahann Carroll, Richard Schiff, Paul Blackthorne, Billy Dee Williams, Ross McCall, Adam Goldberg, Gloria Votsis and Alexandra Daddario.
WHITE COLLAR “Burke’s Seven” Winter Premiere Review, Airing 1/18/2011
WHITE COLLAR is back and just in time to help get your blood flowing again. Jeff Eastin should be ashamed of himself for leaving us in such disarray. Anyone but Mozzie come on, I know I am not the only one that has a sweet spot for him. Mozzie (Willie Garson) is the perfect character, mysterious, philosophical, brilliant and he also possesses the most glorious cranium in television history, sorry Gus (Dule Hill).