“White Collar” season 6 spoilers are up and showrunner Jeff Eastin revealed that they’re planning to wrap up Neal Caffrey’s story as the final episode will follow the min-series route instead of the usual episodic format.
Jeff Eastin talked to and revealed some “White Collar” season 6 spoilers. With just six episodes left, the show’s pace will be much quicker and the story tighter.
“What I think about six episodes is it’s like a miniseries. In my mind, you’ve got one really beautiful plot if you do it right,” he said.
Natalie Abrams of also revealed “White Collar” season 6 spoilers as she said that Peter Burke (Tim DeKay) and the FBI will find Neal, who was abducted in the season five finale, in the very first episode.
“Neal (Matt Bomer) will be back on the job by the second episode. But things won’t be completely back to normal,” she wrote.
This time, Peter Burke has to create a con just so he could get Neal “out of a jam.”
“Unfortunately, Peter’s acting talents will be further put to the test when he has to start a fight to create a diversion. Let’s hope he’s not just pretending he can throw a right hook!” Natalie Abrams wrote.
Showrunner Jeff Eastin added that “White Collar” season 6 will be driven more by the plot more than anything else.
“Much less of the criminal of the week, in this case, and much more about really digging into who Neil is, what he wants, and the relationship between him, Peter, and Mozzie. So that becomes the real thrust of this year,” he added.
In an earlier interview with, Jeff Eastin said that Peter’s character will be taken to its “logical extreme” and Neal’s character will be taken to its “logical extreme” before colliding them against each other, then wait what happens.
“White Collar” season 6 airs on USA network likely in the winter of 2015.