If you’ve just finished binging White Collar and you’re wondering, “What’s next?” this list of shows and movies like White Collar should come in handy. White Collar fans love the show in part because of its incredibly smart protagonist – and many of these White Collar similar shows should seem familiar in that aspect.
Any fans wondering what to watch after White Collar should put Suits in their streaming queue immediately. This show has a similar premise: someone who has zero experience in law practicing in the legal realm. Other TV shows like White Collar include Covert Affairs, Leverage, Chuck, Franklin & Bash, and Sherlock.
In terms of movies like White Collar, check out Catch Me If You Can – one of the best con-man films ever. Others to check out include Matchstick Men, The Talented Mr. Ripley, I Love You Phillip Morris and, of course, Ocean’s Eleven. Actually, any of the Oceans movies will likely appeal.
Hopefully, you’ll be able to find another favorite show from these White Collar recommendations. Don’t forget to help out your fellow White Collar fans by voting for your favorites!
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