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.
Matt Bomer’s ‘White Collar’ Ending After Upcoming Sixth Season We have some super sad news - Matt Bomer’s hit series White Collar is going to end after the upcoming sixth season, according to Deadline. The series will get…
The series will get a six episode final season that will pick up after the major cliffhanger of last season’s finale that saw Matt‘s character Neal Caffrey get abducted.
The reason for ending the series is that it is very costly for the USA Network as the network is responsible for all of the show’s budget, thought it does not own the series.
As it says in our sidebar, that’s unknown. Season 6 has not been confirmed yet.