White Collar Returns to Netflix US

Good news for fans in the US – White Collar returns to Netflix today!

The show was originally on the streaming service from 2014 to 2018, but it hasn’t been available on Netflix since – until now! Netflix subscribers in the US will have plenty of time to watch and rewatch, as the show will stick around until October 1, 2025.

Just checked this morning, and here’s what Netflix showed me – I’m loving the screenshot they decided to use here! πŸ™‚

Also, if you’ve read this far, stay tuned for more great news coming very soon! 🀫

Bid on Zoom Meeting with Tim and Matt

Have you ever wanted to chat with Tim and Matt about White Collar? Here’s your chance!

A Zoom meeting with Tim and Matt is just one of the many items up for bids in an auction benefitting The Union Solidary Coalition. According to TUSC’s website, they’re currently offering “direct financial support to crew members who have lost health insurance due to strike-related shutdowns.” This isn’t for the A-listers but instead benefits members of IATSE, Teamsters, and others who are out of work because of the strikes and who’ve lost their health insurance as a result.

According to the auction listing on eBay, the winner will get a 20-minute Zoom conversation with Tim and Matt where you can chat White Collar with them, and you’re allowed to bring one friend! It’s open to US residents only, and you can take photos but can’t record video of the session. The rest of the details, including the small print, disclaimers, etc., can be found in the auction listing. The auction ends on Friday, September 22 at 7:13pm (time zone isn’t specified).

As of the time of this post, the current bid is up to $1925.00, so it’s probably not even remotely feasible for most (myself included), but we hope the lucky winners have a wonderful time!

There are lots of other amazing auctions benefitting TUSC as well – check them out here! All are legitimate, but make sure to read all of the fine print before bidding! (Tim and Matt both posted about the auction on their respective IG accounts.)

Rest in Peace, Willie Garson

Just echoing what I said on Instagram…

Sometimes, there just aren’t enough words. Rest easy, WG. With your wit, brilliance, kindness, and generosity, you have touched the hearts of so many in this world, including countless folks who’ve never even had the pleasure of knowing you personally. Our thoughts are with Nathen and with Willie’s family, both close and extended. Be at peace, friend. Cancer sucks.

White Collar Cast on Stars in the House – Reaction Post

So, what did you all think of the White Collar cast reunion on Stars in the House? Wasn’t it great to see everyone back together again, reminiscing and laughing like no time had gone by at all? Did you catch Tim’s “Go, Team DeKay” shout-out at the end? For those who didn’t get to see this, it’s available on YouTube – here’s the link, and I’ll also embed it at the end of this post!

There were so many wonderful moments in this interview that it’s hard to know where to start. First of all, everyone looked wonderful! We even got special cameo appearances from Hilarie’s son Gus, Marsha’s daughter Tallulah, and even Chance DeKay – who, as you can see from this shot, was not particularly interested in or impressed with this awesome event. No accounting for taste. πŸ˜‰

Tell us what you really think, Chance! πŸ˜‰ So adorable.

The hosts, James and Seth, were joined by Tim, Matt, Tiffani, Sharif, Marsha, Willie, and Hilary at various times. Lots of cast stories were shared, from audition stories to embarrassing moments, and Matt gave a very diplomatically ambiguous answer to the question about whether there will be another season of White Collar or not (I, personally, am not a fan of the idea of a new season, as I’d rather they leave it the way it was and not chance messing up the legacy of such a great show, but I know I’m in the minority!)

Another great part of this event is that donations were being collected for The Trevor Project, an outstanding and much-needed organization that provides mental health and other support services to LGBTQ youth. As I said on Instagram, this is especially important right now, as so many LGBTQ kids and teens are currently quarantined at home with family members who may not accept them. This can be very devastating to anyone who is LGBTQ but especially to young people, and it’s amplified by being away from their friends and support groups while in quarantine. Please consider donating (here’s the link) – it’s never too late, and any amount makes a difference.

As they were wrapping up at the very end, Willie gave a great shout-out to the fans in general and singled out Karina and Isa from WCCTV. Immediately after, Tim added a shout-out to Team DeKay – Willie was talking over him, but yes, we could definitely still hear you, Tim! Thank you again!

A quick shout-out to Team DeKay – thank you, Tim! ❀

Thanks to all of the cast members for agreeing to do this and sharing so many wonderful stories with us, and thanks to the Stars in the House hosts, James Wesley and Seth Rudetsky for bringing this reunion to us!

So, what did you think? Let us know in the comments below!

Here’s the full video:

White Collar Cast on Stars in the House

Thanks to Broadway World for letting us know about this!

Tim and the rest of the White Collar cast will be interviewed by Stars in the House hosts Seth and James on Thursday, May 7 at 8pm eastern time, and you’ll be able to submit questions for them to answer. This is all being done to support The Trevor Project – they’ll be taking donations during the show!

You can watch on the Stars in the House YouTube channel or at starsinthehouse.com. Check out the BWW article for full details! πŸ‘

Tim and Willie at The Pack March 3rd 2020

Tim and Willie, among other guests, will be performing with The Pack at the Pico Playhouse Theater for an evening of original one-act comedies by Emmy-nominated and Drama Desk Award Winner Eugene Pack.

Here is a picture of Tim and Willie shared by Eugene Pack on Twitter:

You can book tickets for the event here. If any of you are able to attend, let us know how it went!

Tim on Fascination Street Podcast

Tim was the guest for the February 17 episode of Fascination Street Podcast. He spoke with host Steve Owens for nearly an hour about everything from growing up in the Ithaca area to getting started in acting to Diahann Carroll to Kipling. They also got into some of Tim’s most recent projects, guest-starring on Paramount’s 68 Whiskey and narrating the Lucky Dey series.

Many, many thanks, Tim, for the Team DeKay shout-out at the end! You rock! ❀ (And hat tip to Kristen for the heads-up!)

Listen to “Tim DeKay – Actor (68 Whiskey / White Collar)” on Spreaker.

Let us know what you think in the comments!

Claris Health City Lights Gala Interviews

Thanks so much to Kristen for the heads-up on this!

LRM Online has posted an interview that they did with Tim from the Claris Health City Lights Gala on October 19. Tim attended to support the wonderful Sharif Atkins, who was the event’s emcee. Check out the interview below.

Tim at the Claris Health City Lights Gala

I looked for other interviews from the event and was also able to find one from Shirin Paulino at Rich Girl Network.tv, with a special appearance/interview-bomb by Sharif. (Ear fondling and discussion of chaps may be involved.) πŸ˜‰

Rich Girl Network.tv interviews with Tim (starts at 0:19), Marcus Folmar, and Yawar Charlie.


(And in totally unrelated news, the photo gallery isn’t working. It has something to do with SQL, but I just started a new full-time job with overtime, so I haven’t been able to look into it. I’ll try to fix it when I get a chance. If anyone recognizes the error and knows how to fix it, let me know!)

RIP Diahann Carroll

Tim with Diahann Carroll in 2014.

Trailblazer, talent, beauty, icon, legend – just a few of the many wonderful words being used to remember Diahann Carroll today. Most of you in this fandom, of course, knew her as June Ellington, but she’d had a long and groundbreaking career before moving into that mansion on Riverside Drive. She won a Tony in 1962, a Golden Globe in 1969, was nominated for four Emmys and an Academy Award, and was inducted into the Television Academy Hall of Fame in 2011. As the star of “Julia” in the late 1960s, she was the first black actress cast in a lead, non-servant role. Depending on your age, you may also remember her from recurring roles on “Dynasty,” “A Different World,” and “Grey’s Anatomy.”

Tim with Diahann Carroll in the White Collar episode, Power Play.

On a more personal note, I loved Diahann’s role on WC. From the first episode to the last, she brought elegance, grace, and even a bit of sass to June and made her a character that everyone loved. I was so happy that a whole new generation was introduced to her singing, and I thought she had such beautiful diction while speaking as well. (And as someone who is admittedly fluent in profanity, I chuckled at the fact that even someone as classy as Diahann was not immune to the occasional expletive, as evidenced in the season six gag reel.)

Rest easy, Ms. Carroll. You will certainly be missed. Also, fuck cancer.