Monday, December 7, 2009

'White Collar' Filming at Brooklyn Borough Hall, But Show May Be 'Rethought'

Those bright lights you may have seen Friday afternoon and evening outside Brooklyn Borough Hall were meant to simulate sunshine inside the venerable building, where an episode of "White Collar" was being filmed. (You can just make out one lonely technician huddled atop the lighting platform.)

White Collar is a USA Network crime comedy-drama television series created by Jeff Eastin, starring Matt Bomer as con-man Neal Caffrey and Tim DeKay as Special Agent Peter Burke, according to Wikipedia.

This past Friday's episode was the last for a while; the show will be returning on Tuesday evenings, beginning January 19, 2010.

Now there's controversy over Friday's cliffhanger where everything you thought about certain characters was wrong: The show is being "rethought," reports a commenter on IMDB. "Due to the number of complaints, they're considering rethinking the rest of season one," creator Jeff Eastin tweeted Saturday night. "Trying to prevent that." Twenty minutes later, the Tweet was removed.

Photo by MK Metz

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