Finally, there is some news about "White Collar" Season 6. The filming of the final season is set to begin in June in New York. Currently, the upcoming season is still in the writing stage.
On Location Vacations has reported that the potential production date for the final season of "White Collar" is June 04. One of the site's readers shared with it the season six casting call for the show. Here is the casting call sheet:
"UNION_W/ 5+ FULL BIZ SUITS (NOT SEPARATES) - JUNE 4, 2014 White Collar - Season 6 6/4/2014 Television PAID/0 Yes AFTRA 5/19/2014
Background / Male or Female / All Ethnicities /20 - 40
PLEASE NOTE HOW MANY FULL BUSINESS SUITS YOU OWN. THIS DOES NOT INCLUDE SEPARATES THAT "LOOK LIKE" A COMPLETE SUIT."
Meanwhile, on May 18, Joe Henderson, writer of "White Collar," posted on Twitter, "Working late on the script for White Collar's season 6 premiere. A glass of wine in, and Mozzie's voice is suddenly much clearer to me."
Matt Bomer, who plays Neal Caffrey, said on OutQ Frank Show that "White Collar" is likely to air in winter 2015. When asked when is "White Collar" is likely to wind-up, Bomer said, "not until winter of next year ... January, February may be."
He also said that he will miss the cast of "White Collar," but the ending of the show provides him more time to spend with his family.
As reported previously, "White Collar" Season 6 will be the final season and it will consist of only six episodes. The final six episodes are expected to wrap-up all the story-lines and tie-up the loose-ends. "White Collar" Season 5 ended with the abduction of Neal Caffrey by an unknown man. Also, Peter Burke decided to stay in New York and not join his new job in Washington, D.C., while Elizabeth decided to go without her husband.
When "White Collar" returns for the final season, one can expect to see Mozzie and Peter teaming-up to find Neal. Also, Peter and Elizabeth are likely to be seen in a long distance relationship.