"WHITE COLLAR" FANS: WHERE IS ELIZABETH BURKE?
Help Solve the Mystery: Where Are the Kidnappers Holding Elizabeth Burke Hostage?
Show Creator & Executive Producer Jeff Eastin Will Help Fans on WhereIsElizabethBurke.com - Leading up to the Mid-Season Premiere of WHITE COLLAR on January 17
At the end of the summer finale of WHITE COLLAR, Elizabeth Burke, the wife of FBI agent Peter Burke, was kidnapped by criminals hunting for Neal Caffrey's stolen Nazi treasure. USA is offering fans the opportunity to weigh in on where they think Mrs. Suit is being held, via its site WhereIsElizabethBurke.com. Each day, fans will find a new clue, including exclusive video and audio, from the crime scene along with additional evidence. Jeff Eastin will select one lucky fan to be featured on air.
From Tuesday, January 3 through Tuesday, January 17, fans can post their guesses on WhereIsElizabethBurke.com and receive feedback and hints from Jeff Eastin, when WHITE COLLAR returns on USA that night at 10/9c.
WhereIsElizabethBurke.com is connected to the network's popular Character Chatter platform, which harnesses and amplifies the social buzz around the series by funneling a real-time feed of text, images, and video from all social streams including Facebook, Twitter, Flickr and YouTube.
Currently in its third season, WHITE COLLAR focuses on the unlikely partnership between con artist Neal Caffrey (Matt Bomer) and FBI agent Peter Burke (Tim DeKay). Caffrey's expertise helps Burke catch other elusive criminals, proving that in order to solve the hardest crimes, you must hire the smartest criminal. But this season we're not sure whose side Caffrey is really on. The series also stars Tiffani Thiessen, Willie Garson, Marsha Thomason, Hilarie Burton and Sharif Atkins. The upcoming second half of the third season features the directorial debut of series star DeKay and appearances by guest stars including Joe Manganiello, Dylan Baker, Beau Bridges, Tom Skerritt, Hal Ozsan, Ross McCall, Diahann Carroll, Elizabeth Gillies, Graham Phillips, Lola Glaudini, Will Chase, Murphy Guyer, Tom Degnan, Bailey Chase and Debra Monk.
WHITE COLLAR was created by and is executive produced by Jeff Eastin and comes from Fox Television Studios. Jeff King and Mark Goffman are co-executive producers. The show is shot entirely in and around New York City.