The cast and crew of "White Collar" are set to begin the filming of Season 6, the final season, soon. Willie Garson, who plays the much loved character of Mozzie, posted on Twitter that he made all the arrangements to say hello to Season 6 of "White Collar," indicating that the filming is scheduled to begin this month in New York.
"Bag packed, apartment rented, flight and car booked.....hello Season 6 of #whitecollar.......off to the races......," Garson said on his Twitter page on May 30, 2014.
As previously reported, On Location Vacations had published the casting call for the show. The shoot date mentioned on the sheet is June 4, 2014.
Matt Bomer, who plays Neal Caffrey, indicated in an interview that "White Collar" Season 6 is likely to premiere in winter 2014. Also, he revealed to TV Line that he came-up with a wild idea for the final season and shared it with Tim DeKay, who plays, Peter Burke, Garson and Jeff Eastin, the series creator. "Everybody put their two cents in and were vibing on it. I think we came up with something that's really fun and fitting. When I thought about it, it was really the only way we could end the show," Bomer said.
In an interview with Out, the actor said he would "definitely be a hot mess" on the final day of "White Collar." Bomer loves everyone in the cast and he feels that it will be a "tough hat to hang up, but this is what happens."
Bomer said that if "you were ever to tell me that I would have a TV series that would last five seasons I would have laughed in your face, so the fact that came true --that's like a needle in a haystack." He believes that this kind of opportunity rarely happens.
"We just had this magic bubble of an experience that I think I'll take with me wherever I go," Bomer said.
The final season of "White Collar" consists of six episodes. It is expected to wrap-up all the major story-lines, including solving the mystery of Neal's abduction.