White Collar may have ended its six-season run in December, but that’s not to say fans got closure.
The final episode of the USA crime drama, which showed — spoiler alert! — Neal (Matt Bomer) strolling the streets of Paris after faking his death, left the door wide open for more heists in the future. Fans, of course, have always been game for additional episodes — there was even talk of viewers sending in ties to the network to campaign for a seventh season — but what about the cast?
We caught up with Bomer at the People’s Choice Awards in January to find out if he’d ever consider revisiting the role.
"I love everyone involved in that show so much that I would do anything with them at anytime," Bomer told People's Choice. "I hope we get to reunite with each other at some point or another."
He's not the only castmember open to a reunion.
Co-star Tim Decay, who played Neal's counterpart Peter, told TV Line in December that he would be open to reprising his role — on the big or small screen.
“I don’t know… I think in the past, I would have said, ‘No, I don’t see that being a possibility,’ but Veronica Mars kind of broke the mold with that," Decay said. "So I’m not going to say it would be impossible. I certainly would entertain that possibility, but right now, there aren’t any plans to have a movie.”
BRB, we've got some ties to mail.
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