At this point in the year, there are not many times you get to hear discussion about “White Collar.” The final season has already filmed, actors are off doing other things, and the main people working on the show are the diligent folks in post-production trying to ensure the episodes are ready whenever USA is prepared for them.
Well, we are at least lucky enough now to pass along a pretty extensive interview that “White Collar” creator Jeff Eastin gave to AfterBuzz TV recently, and you can see all of it below. Specifically, Eastin and Stephen Lemieux speak at length about the creative process, both the aforementioned show along with “Graceland” season 2, and plenty of other assorted odds and ends. The hard thing about summarizing an interview like this is that you’re talking about something that is literally well over an hour long. This makes it perfectly suited for a car trip, or if you want to have something on to clean your house.
Eastin of course knows every finer detail about how “White Collar” is going to come to a close, but of course, he doesn’t want to spoil a whole lot. When you only have six episodes to air, there is really not very much that you actually can spoil without giving something big away. Just know that there is a plan, Eastin collaborated with most of his team on coming up with the proper ending, and it will hopefully be worth all of the time that you have spent waiting.
Now if only we could find out a “White Collar” premiere date, we’d be more than thrilled.