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Con artist Neal Caffrey and FBI agent Peter Burke team up together to solve white collar crime in New York. Fraudster Caffrey has no choice but to help Burke, with the only other option being a long jail sentence. On the condition that he wears an ankle monitor, Caffrey uses his expert skills to solve high profile crimes. Together the two form the unlikeliest of crime solving duos.
The relationship between the pair is strained at times, but they soon find a way to get the most out of one and other. Caffrey and Burke may not be in the top 10 crime fighting partnerships, but they can certainly crack a case or two.
Intelligent businessman Raymond ‘Red’ Reddington, has been on the FBI’s most wanted list for over 20 years, but now it is time for a change. On her first day in her role as an FBI profiler, Elizabeth Keen finds herself doing a deal with Red, when he hands himself in.
In return for his freedom, Red agrees to work with the FBI to close in on hundreds of criminals, who are far more dangerous than Reddington. Red is a similar character Hannibal Lecter, so be prepared to be slightly spooked!
Mike Young is a college dropout with plenty of potential but little motivation to succeed. Young soon finds himself on the wrong side of the law and is at risk of falling deeper into trouble.
When his latest drug deal goes wrong, Young finds himself being rescued by legal hotshot, Harvey Specter, who goes on to give Young a job. Specter takes a risk in hiring the very clever Young, impressed by his eye for detail and killer memory.
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Another series like White Collar is Chuck. Computer nerd Chuck inadvertently becomes a top secret agent, who the CIA and NSA call upon for support. Chuck stumbles upon top secret government files that become embedded in his brain, therefore he cannot rid himself of what he has seen.
Chuck must act as a spy, whilst disguising his new position from his friends and family, which is not always that easy. Despite the heavy premise of the show, there are lots of laughs as we see Chuck deal with cases in the most unorthodox manner.
Serial killer ‘Red John’ is on the run from the CBI, after murdering the wife and daughter of psychic Patrick Jane. Jane is devastated by the deaths and soon after he outs himself as a fake, in order to dedicate his time to finding his wife and daughter’s killer.
CBI’s senior agent, Teresa Lisbon, invites Jane to be a consultant on the investigation, due to his exceptional mentalist tricks acquired during his psychic career.
Richard Castle, known as Rick, is a mystery novelist who suddenly finds himself in the centre of a crime drama, after a serial killer starts to mimic a character in one of his books. Rick kills off the character in the book and sets out to help the police track down the real life killer.
Rick is amazed to see just how helpful following the police is for his writing, so asks to shadow NYPD detective Kate Beckett.
I hope you liked my suggestions for shows similar to White Collar.
If you can think of another TV show that you’d like to recommend, I’d love to read about where I can get my next taste of drama in the comments below.
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