James Rebhorn (R.I.P.) as Reese Hughes on White Collar
Neal, Sara and the Raphael
You’ll find some links on this page.
As long as people continue to make stuff related to the show and as long as people send us requests, we’ll keep being active! (Provided ~real life doesn’t get in the way too much, of course).
Even when there’s nothing to reblog, this blog will continue to exist. We definitely don’t plan on deleting it! :)
No clue! Usually they start filming right about now, but with the delay I’m not sure when they’ll start exactly. When there’s more information, we’ll post it here though!
I understand. Having to say goodbye to a show can be really hard sometimes.
Yes, season 6 will consist of 6 episodes, with the sixth episode being the series finale.
Personally I don’t think people have to be thankful at all. I think it’s pretty awful that a network treats so much of their shows like this.
I get it. It’s TV and all that really matters is money. That’s just the way things work. The problem, like you said, is that the audiences don’t grow. That is not the fault of the audience. That’s all on the network. If they don’t invest in enough promotion, if they don’t do everything they can to reach as much people as they can, they’re not giving their shows a fair chance. I don’t think that’s right.
I just don’t think it’s okay to treat your audience or your shows like this. I’m not saying that we all have to be angry. You can be thankful for what we have gotten and that’s fine. I’m glad we’re getting six more episodes. I’m saying I understand people who aren’t thankful, too. I’m saying that you can be angry right now and still be a good fan of the show.
Yeah, their ratings were pretty good and constant. However, in comparison to other series, White Collar isn’t popular. It has a loyal fanbase but not a rapid growing one. Right now I guess the network decided the profit isn’t good enough to justify the cost. In other words, White Collar doesn’t bring the network enough money.
That’s how it goes in business, sadly.
From what I heard, though, it’s actually because Matt Bomer is leaving?
And remember this was never a show that could last forever. Once Neal is free of the anklet, you kind of don’t have a show anymore?
Honestly I’m more glad that it gets to have a legitimate written ending rather than being cancelled and having one or two eps to try and tie everything up.
I think those are just rumors. Everything official I’ve read stated that it was due to their budget.
And sure, no show can last forever. Everything has to come to an end eventually. Doesn’t mean it doesn’t suck :)
I think most people are just upset over the fact that this show has never really gotten the care or attention (from the network, critics, etc.) it deserved.
While six episodes isn’t bad, I wouldn’t call it a good deal it either. When you’re used to having 13-16 episodes, having to wrap up everything (and as a viewer, having to say goodbye to the characters) in six episodes feels pretty lousy. So I can understand why people are upset.