It's quite surprising that after turning older television shows like Charlie's Angels, Get Smart, The Addams Family into feature films, many of the sitcoms and series from the 90's have remained largely untouched by the property grabbing hands of Hollywood.
That has the potential to change soon as Pajiba reports that a Saved by the Bell movie is in the works. And while there's certainly some interest in revisiting Bayside High School (especially from Jimmy Fallon), the film itself would more than likely have an all-new cast with the possibility of cameos from the original cast members. But does anyone want to see this show as a movie? (source)
Characters Unite Commercial
Thursday, December 10 2009
Next on White Collar -- "Free Fall"
Tuesday, December 01 2009
Synopsis: The FBI investigates a spectacular jewelry heist and all the clues point to Neal. Now Peter must figure out if his "partner" is telling the truth or if Neal is pulling a con of his own.
"All In" Promo
White Collar's "All In" Screen Caps
Tuesday, December 01 2009
We have caps from last week's "White Collar", "All In":
Tiffani Thiessen has reportedly revealed that she told her husband that she was pregnant over Skype.
The White Collar actress and Brady Smith confirmed that they were expecting their first child together earlier this month.
Thiessen films the USA show in New York, while Smith is based in Los Angeles.
Speaking to People, she joked: "Skype has saved our lives. It was nice to be able to see his reaction. He almost fell off his chair."
The former Saved By The Bell star added: "All the dominoes were lined up and are running down smoothly. I have the greatest job, the greatest husband and we're having a child. I couldn't feel more blessed."
Thiessen and Smith tied the knot in 2005. (Digital Spy)
If anybody has the issue, can you scan it in for RAVE?
Mark-Paul Congratulated Tiffani Over Email
Thursday, November 26 2009
His former Saved By The Bell co-star Tiffani Thiessen, however, gets his best wishes on her pregnancy, which she announced earlier this month. Tiffani, 35, has been married to hubby Brady Smith since 2005.
"I congratulated her via e-mail," he says. "I think she'll be a great mom. She and her husband are great people, and Tiffani's a great person. I''m proud of them, and I wish nothing but the best for them." (OK! Magazine)
Next on White Collar -- "All In"
Thursday, November 26 2009
Synopsis: Thrust into the seedy underbelly of New York's Chinatown, Peter and Neal must navigate vicious Triads, mysterious Interpol agents, and a game of Pai Gow in order to capture their target.
Playing an FBI agent on White Collar, Tim DeKay knows confidential information when he hears it. His costar, Tiffani Thiessen, confided she was pregnant.
"I could share [the news] with my wife, but other than that, I couldn't share it with anybody," he tells PEOPLE. "I was just so happy for her when she told me."
Thiessen, 35, who later announced her pregnancy, has not yet returned to the USA drama, when she does, "she'll be swarmed with hugs," says DeKay, who plays Thiessen's husband.
"She'll make a great mom," says DeKay, himself a father of two. (People)
Next on White Collar -- "The Portrait"
Tuesday, November 17 2009
Synopsis: When an expensive portrait is stolen from a young woman, Peter and Neal set a sting for the cunning and deadly culprit. Neal must uncover the secret truth of the portrait's origin even as the net tightens around the villain... and around Neal himself!
"Extra" host Mario Lopez is thrilled his Saved by the Bell co-star Tiffani Thiessen is expecting!
"I am so happy for my girl Tiff! I can't wait to hold her beautiful baby," Lopez says. "I bet the baby will look just like her. I hope she has her very own mini-me."
The "White Collar" star announced Tuesday that she and husband Brady Smith are expecting their first child next May.
"We are over the moon!" the couple said in a statement. "It's something we've wanted for a long time and we are thrilled that it's actually happening." (Extra TV)
Next on "White Collar": Flip of the Coin
Wednesday, November 11 2009
A cache of gold sends Peter and Neal on a search to track down smuggled Iraqi artifacts. Although signs point to a US soldier, the trail leads to a corrupt news producer who was embedded in the embattled territory.
Tiffani Thiessen and her husband, artist and actor Brady Smith, are expecting their first baby next May, her rep tells PEOPLE exclusively.
"We are over the moon!" the couple said in a statement. "It's something we've wanted for a long time and we are thrilled that it's actually happening."
Balancing motherhood with her new role on USA's drama White Collar will be a welcome adjustment for the star, best known for her work on Saved By the Bell and the original Beverly Hills 90210.
"I've never done it -- it's going to be a whole new thing," she told PEOPLE in May when talking about the idea of becoming a mom.
Thiessen, 35, and Smith have been married since 2005. (People.com)
She's Eco-Friendly By Conserving Water
Friday, November 6 2009
Tiffani Thiessen has been renovating her Los Angeles home to be more eco-friendly, with "everything from organic fabrics to recycled furniture to using eco-friendly paints. We don't have solar yet, but we're redoing our landscaping to conserve water. We got smart timers that are on a GPS system that tell us what areas need water and we have things that catch the rainwater and we use it to water our plants," says the White Collar actress. While she's not a mom yet, "I want my kids to have a wonderful, beautiful place to live. We put too much stress on our environment."
Lately, Thiessen has been commuting to New York for her Friday night USA series, in which she plays Elizabeth, the wife of FBI agent Peter Burke (Tim DeKay). "This is the role that's the closet to me in real life that I've ever done," says Thiessen, best known for Saved By the Bell and Beverly Hills 90210. "I like that I'm playing a married woman who's my age and successful and smart, all the things that I want to be," she says. (Mother Nature Network)
Also, I put the contact form back. It wasn't working awhile ago, but it's now sending to me -- so send away!
Enjoy the show tonight -- White Collar's "Book Of Hours". Remember it starts at 10 on USA!
Next on White Collar: "Book Of Hours"
Sunday, November 1 2009
Synopsis: The disappearance of a precious bible creates an interesting union when a New York Mafia kingpin enlists the help of Peter and the FBI in tracking down his beloved artifact. But while rooting out the thief, Neal finds himself in a tango with a sexy female villain and must decide where his loyalty truly lies.
Also, don't know what happened to Tiffani on Jimmy Fallon? She's supposed to be on it tonight, but it's not posted on Jimmy's site. Will keep a lookout for any news, but I'm chalking it up to scheduling conflicts?
USA Network's latest original series White Collar came out of the gate strongly on Friday night.
The series, starring Matt Bomer and Tim Dekay as a mismatched pair of an art forger and FBI agent, averaged 5.4 million watchers from 10 p.m. to 11:15 p.m. on Oct. 23, according to Nielsen data. That total outpaced a number of recent series launches, including Burn Notice (3.98 million in June 2007) and In Plain Sight (5.23 million in June 2008) and almost matched Royal Pains (5.57 million when it debuted behind the third season of Burn Notice on June 4), according to network officials.
Launching during the earlier stages of the traditional broadcast TV season, White Collar scored a 43% advance over the season premiere of The Starter Wife in the same time slot a year ago, said network officials. White Collar's bow marked USA's best performance in the time period since February 15, 2008 with Psych and repurposed episode of House. (source)
Wow! Amazing news guys! Congratulations to the cast and crew of the show!
Promote "White Collar" w/Icons
Tuesday, October 27 2009
I made some AIM Icons and LJ / Forum icons for "White Collar", always good to use to promote the show with :)
Articles + Interviews Round Up
Saturday, October 24 2009
We have a TON of press going around -- it seems like everybody is talking "White Collar". It was a good show, definitely for me because I hardly ever watch crime shows aside from "Prison Break", so it was just exciting to find a show that's good and of course, has Tiffani Thiessen.
Anyway, here's the press going around with tons of Tiffani talk:
Speakeasy interviews show creator, Jeff Eastin. Here's a part where Tiffani comes up:
You read 300 actors before settling on Matt Bomer as Neal. Sounds like an intensive casting process.
Yes, and that was just how many [actors] I looked at. The casting director looked at a lot more. The casting with USA does take a long time because they want to make sure we get it right. Tim McKay I'd been aware of because of "Carnivale" and "Tell Me You Love Me" and knew he was a good actor. When he read with Matt, everyone applauded at the end of their scene and we knew that would be the show. With [Peter's wife] Elizabeth, Tiffani [Thiessen] approached us, and said she really wanted this. Which was interesting, because I knew of her, but was never a big "90210" or "Saved by the Bell" fan. I was genuinely surprised by how good she was.
"What I loved about Abigail Adams in that show was you had someone who was incredibly supportive of her husband but was a really strong person in her own right. That was sort of the catalyst to start moulding Elizabeth."
Star Pulse gives us a nice little behind-the-scenes look to the show with some talk from Tiffani:
Veteran TV star Tiffani Thiessen joins the cast as Elizabeth Burke. Breaking the USA casting record as a network known for its long decision making process, Thiessen was cast just 3 hours after her read with on camera hubby Tim Dekay. Claiming, "We had chemistry from day one" Tiffani will surprise audiences with a role much closer to who she is in real life. A not so newlywed who has been married for 4 and a half years, this is "a relationship I know" says Thiessen. "A lot of times on TV, even in movies you see these relationships that don't work-it's nice to see a relationship on TV that does work."
Fans looking to see another bad girl type will not find Elizabeth Burke up to any Valerie Malone melodrama. Instead look for her to finally play a grownup on television. A high profile event planner, Elizabeth Burke also brings a little glitz and glamour to world of white-collar crime. Funny or Die fans will also be happy to see Thiessen's comedic side calling the show "lighthearted-it's not a drama it's not a comedy, it's right in between."
Plus! Digital Journal hones in on "White Collar" with some Q&A with Matt Bomer and Tim Dekay. A few Tiffani snippets from that:
Tim, did you find there was instant chemistry when you began working with your cast members or did it take a bit of time to develop?
Tim Dekay: "Instant chemistry. There was instant chemistry. Matt had been cast before I had, and I went and did a chemistry read with him and I thought, 'Oh, I think this might be mine to lose.' So that was great. And then when Tiffani (Thiessen) came in, it was wonderful. I was cast before Tiffani was. So then I got to read with a number of different women for the role, but as soon as she walked in I thought, 'Oh, I think that she could be my pretend wife, which doesn't suck.' (laughs) So yes I found myself in a lucky position."
Tim, you and Tiffani certainly do have a really nice chemistry onscreen. Does she get involved with any of Peter and Neal's cases and does she take part in any of the action as the series goes along?
TD: "She does. I mean, I think Elizabeth is somewhat Peter's consigliere. She helps him look at problems that he has in his work through different lenses. She does help every so often, and she's wonderful. The role of Elizabeth is wonderful and certainly Tiffani is wonderful. Yes, you'll see more of her."
Matt Bomer: "She's you're immanence mauve."
TD: "Whoa, she is."
MB: "Yes, because Peter always said mauve before she came in."
In just 2 short days we get to see Tiffani on her new show "White Collar", and I must say from the recent press -- everybody is excited about this show! If you can, Tweet about this show, let friends know about it on your Facebook, get the word out -- let's hope this is a good long-running show for our girl!
Tiffani Thiessen and Mark-Paul Gosselaar "Sad" for Dustin Diamond
Wednesday, October 21 2009
I tried keeping this pretty hush-hush on the site, considering we're not here to read up on Tiffani's "supposedly" sexcapades from Dustin Diamond's "Behind the Bell" book, however; Tiffani comments on it from National Ledger:
Working in New York on her new USA Network series, "White Collar," she says that she and fellow "Bell" alum Mark-Paul Gosselaar "talk a lot -- his play ('The Understudy') is in previews here -- and we feel bad for him. I talk to a lot of people from the show. We feel more sorry for him than anything. Some of the accusations he makes are a little ridiculous. They're comical."
Diamond, still best known as Screech from the old show, "generally felt a little more of an outcast," Thiessen recalls. "His mother died of cancer when he was young, and his father was, well, maybe not the best father. He walked away with a little bit of a bitter taste. I don't know why. We were never mean to him; I know that. He played a geek and was a little bit of a geek himself."
As for the "Bell" actors' responses, she says: "What are you going to do? We're not out there to bash him. ... I hope something will turn for him."
The article also mentions her work on "White Collar"
"It's the boys' show. I actually don't work as much as they do. Taking a job more on the supporting side is nice after having worked 17-hour days my whole career," says Thiessen, whose series work also includes "Beverly Hills, 90210." "I do love everyone I'm working with on this show -- which I haven't been able to say on some other shows."
Tiffani in TV Guide's October 19-25 Issue
Wednesday, October 21 2009
Thanks to Renee from the forums for not only telling us, but scanning us a snippet of Tiffani talking more about "White Collar":
Also, Renee found out Tiffani is in the October 19-25 issue of TV Guide. There is a short interview and picture with Tiffani talking about "White Collar". On the back of it is an advertisement for the show. If anybody has this and can scan it in, that would wonderful! Thanks for the news Renee.
Early Look at USA Network's "White Collar" Via Clips
Saturday, October 17 2009
Ace Showbiz gives us a preview of "White Collar" with some clips! You can watch it there or here:
Win Huge Prizes from "White Collar"
Saturday, October 17 2009
Movie Web has a contest for you to win "White Collar" related prizes, I'm in!
We recently met Tiffani Thiessen at a screening of USA Network's new series White Collar—and we asked what she is going to change in her beauty routine this fall. "I always use a richer moisturizer, and now that I'm living in Manhattan for half the year, the wind and cooler air is a change from L.A.—so my skin really needs the extra moisture." She loves Cellcosmet Concentrated Night Cream Treatment. (source)
"White Collar" Cast Trivia, Canada Premieres and more
Monday, October 12 2009
A few things here and there!
The North Western gives us an article about "White Collar", with some quotes from some of the cast, not really with Tiffani, but always insightful to read up on the show.
According to Channel Canada, "White Collar" will premiere on October 30, exclusively on Bravo! at 1 a.m. ET/10 p.m. PT and Saturday, Oct. 31 at 4:30 p.m. ET.
And Poptimal.com gives us Ten Things You Didn't Know About the Cast of White Collar (the Tiff parts):
10. They actually like each other. No, this was not your garden variety "let's be cordial to each other in front of the press but secretly don't even interact" group of actors, they actually really like each other, and it shows. And it made us like them, too.
5. Tiffani Thiessen is pocket-sized. And stunning. Seriously, celebrities are almost all considerably shorter than one would expect, but this girl is legitimately tiny — and skinny and flawless. You want to hate her for it, but you just can't. Which brings me to my next item...
4. I take back my previously held opinion that she didn't fit in as well as the other cast members. After the writers figured out what her character's profession would be and how she would better play off her on-screen husband played by Tim DeKay and 'the other woman' played by Matt Bomer, she now brings a whole lot more to the show than she did in her brief pilot appearance. The rough cut did not do her justice, and they've had a chance to develop Elizabeth Burke further — so I stand corrected (which I rarely do, and I'll deny it if I have to).
1. Tiffani Thiessen is a closet Real Housewives of Orange County fan. To be fair, this had to be coaxed out of her, along with her love for CBS Sunday Morning news. Hey, just because they're on TV doesn't mean we can judge them for what they watch (to their faces, at least).
"White Collar" On The Set Transcripts + New Forum Look!
Wednesday, October 07 2009
Thanks to Renee for letting us know about the "White Collar" on the set transcripts with Tiffani and the rest of the cast. It's 12 pages of Tiffani talk about the set, how she got the project, and her character Elizabeth. It's really cool how she helped out in shaping the character a bit!
We have a new forum look. It's fun, it's colorful and way way more user friendly. We welcome you to stop in anytime.
Celebrities Join Christina Applegate to Share Their Heart for Breast Cancer Awareness
Wednesday, September 23 2009
According to She Knows, Tiffani is helping Christina Applegate, alongside other celebrities to raise funds for Breast Cancer Awareness.
Fellow Black Eyed Peas band-mates are joining Fergie in designing a t-Shirt. Apl.de.ap and Taboo are merely two of the celebs turned t-Shirt designers including Ashley Tisdale, the cast of Desperate Housewives, Gabrielle Union, Tiffani Thiessen and Private Practice's Tim Daly.
Bidding begins September 22 and runs through October 2. Visit CharityFolks.com to join in the auction fun that produces big cash for research in the war on breast cancer.
Limited edition t-Shirts are also available to support the cause if you cannot help in the auction. The "I love life" T-Shirt is available for $19.99 and five dollars goes to Applegate's Right Action for Women.
Applegate's Right Action for Women seeks to educate women about what specifically it means to be a high risk breast cancer individual and how early detection can save lives. It saved Christina's!
Backstage gives us a little more information on the production of "White Collar":
White Collar, an hourlong drama for the USA Network about a con man and an FBI agent. Shooting Aug. 10-Dec. 18. With Matthew Bomer, Tim DeKay, Tiffani Thiessen, and Willie Garson. Principals: No further casting. Background: Central Casting New York, 875 Sixth Ave., 15th fl., NYC 10001, attn: Lucy Pho.
The really cool thing is I'm going to BE in NY tomorrow! I never thought I could meet Tiffani cause I live in Pennsylvania, and who comes here? Ha-ha. But anyway, wish me luck cause this might be the best chance I have!
Tiffani and Mark-Paul Hanging Out in NYC (video)
Thursday, September 17 2009
TMZ gives us a video of Tiffani and Mark-Paul walking into their car (looks like after her event yesterday). You can watch the video on TMZ.com:
Mercedes-Benz HQ Photos
Thursday, September 17 2009
We have some sweet HQ photos from number2 from the forums:
Hammer believes White Collar, which stars Matthew Bomer (Chuck, Tru Calling), Tim DeKay (Tell Me You Love Me, Carnivale), Tiffani Thiessen (What About Brian, Fastlane) and Willie Garson (Sex and the City, John From Cincinnati), is the perfect vehicle to launch the network's charge into the fourth quarter.
"In White Collar, we believe we have a show that can not only thrive but survive in fourth quarter," he said. "We think the tone and the flavor of the show is big enough and fun enough that it will work."
It also doesn't hurt to have original episodes of popular series like Psych and Monk joining White Collar on USA's fall schedule for the first time.
Also, be sure to head over to the forum for some exclusives in the Exclusives Recap, only available to members of the forum!
Tiffani's Home Featured in Kelly LaPlante's Book, "Ecologique"
Sunday, September 13 2009
California designer, Kelly LaPlante recently was in Kansas City to sign her book "Ecologique", featuring the diverse looks of 15 of her clients' homes, including those of actors Ally Sheedy, Michael Rapaport and Tiffani Thiessen.
LaPlante is giving 100 percent of the net proceeds from sales of the book to Global Green USA and the Blank Theatre Company. The 159-page book, full of photographs and resources, is available at Urban Dwellings Design, 412 Delaware St., 816-569-4313. (source)
Tiffani Attends Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week Events
Sunday, September 13 2009
Last week, Tiffani attended 2 Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week events!
Tiffany Thiessen booked it straight from the set of her new show, White Collar, to the Bryant Park tents just in time to see Tia Cibani's Japanese and nature-inspired designs for Ports 1961. "It was actually easy which was kind of nice," said Thiessen, who went for simple chic in a black Ports 1961 dress and Elizabeth and James shoes. Ivanka Trump and Law and Order SVU's Stephanie March also joined the actress in the front row.
They misspelled her name again, d'oh. It's Tiffani, not Tiffany press people! :)
With thanks to number2 from the forums for the Ports 1961 images (Tiffani out and about at Bryant Park).
There was a little tidbit I missed a few days ago, but here it is from NY Mag:
[On Tuesday, August 17] Tiffani sipped Sancerre at Wine & Roses on Columbus.
90210 Stars Given A Home Design Boost
Tuesday, August 25 2009
Beverly Hills, 90210 castmates Jason Priestley and Tiffani Thiessen have been handed a recession-busting house renovation boost — their homes are to be revamped by a team of TV interior designers.
The two stars agreed to be part of U.S. reality TV show Design Star Hollywood, where real experts compete to redecorate celebrity homes with a budget of $20,000 (GBP13,300).
In the penultimate episode of the current series, which airs on 6 September, the designers create a guest bedroom for Thiessen and a baby nursery for Priestley, who became a father again last month. (source)
If you're wondering what Tiffani's character, Elizabeth, is like in "White Collar", Seattle PI has the scoop:
What will Tiffani Thiessen do on USA's White Collar? Is it anything like what she did on Fastlane? Or Beverly Hills, 90210? Or Saved By the Bell? — Manny
MICKEY: Thiessen plays Elizabeth, wife to Tim DeKay's FBI Agent Peter Stokes, and she'll be inspired by Laura Linney's work in HBO's John Adams, if executive producer Jeff Eastin is to be believed. (Yes, you read that right.) Eastin asked the actress to watch Linney's performance as the devoted wife and trusted presidential advisor. "What I loved about Abigail Adams in that show was you had someone who was incredibly supportive of her husband but was a really strong person in her own right," Eastin says. "That was sort of the catalyst to start molding Elizabeth." Intrigued?
Tiffani Thiessen Wears A "White Collar"
Wednesday, August 12 2009
Tiffani Thiessen gets high billing on the new show White Collar, even though she plays the supporting role of the wife of the main cop. Peter Burke (Tim DeKay) has to team up with con artist Neal Caffrey (Matthew Bomer) to catch high class crooks. Thiessen plays Elizabeth Burke, but she's getting all the attention for the show.
Tiffani Thiessen Wears A White Collar
"I definitely chuckled at first, but I think there are reasons about why they do things," Thiessen said. "They're being smart. I guess I'm somewhat in their minds a little recognizable. So that's why."
After iconic runs on Saved by the Bell and Beverly Hills 90210, as well as short-lived favorites like Fastlane, Thiessen was looking for another TV show. "I had actually read the script and I fell in love with it. I was in love with it from the moment that I read it. I went in and fought for it. I actually didn't get it at first. They couldn't find the woman. They turned me down. I said, 'No. You don't understand. I want this role.'"
It may be a detective show, but Thiessen thought Mrs. Burke was the juiciest part. "She's labeled as the perfect wife and so for my husband I want to be the perfect wife. But this role, it's funny. I think this is the role that's the closet to me in real life that I've ever done which is probably why I liked it so much. I like that I'm playing my age. I like that I'm playing a married woman. I like that I'm playing successful and smart and all those things that I want to be as a woman and that I am married and I am thirty five."
Thank goodness! The scrollbar is gone, hooray! I apologize for keeping that scrollbar as long as I did; it was really difficult to use. Now, we have a much more usable home page, filling in with a plethora of Tiffani news!
If you have any questions, comments, or suggestions regarding the new look, please don't hesitate to get in touch.
On Friday, October 23 at 10/9c, WHITE COLLAR will debut with a special 90-minute episode followed by 13 one-hour episodes.
"WHITE COLLAR is a fresh and fun take on the classic buddy formula, pairing a career criminal with a career federal agent," said Wachtel. "The series will offer viewers a distinct voice and style, inspired storytelling and memorable characters."
WHITE COLLAR will launch its first episode immediately following episode #10 of MONK in its eighth and final season.
The new series commences production on Monday, August 10, where it will be shot entirely on location in and around New York City.
"We've talked about it, but the show started, so we're going to wait and try to figure out when the best time is," she said. "I don't want to spring a pregnancy on a brand new show that I just got on."
~ Tiffani about the possibility of having kids with Brady. (source)
Thursday, August 06
Just like Tiffani said, she went out to an event Wednesday, actually to two events:
I'm not sure when the magazine will be out, it might be out this Thursday for me, you'd have to check your local magazine dealer, I'm sure it's different for all locations, but once we have scans, we'll be sure to update you!
Also - according to TBO.com, Tiffani and Jason Priestley are set to star on Design Star this season! I'm not certain they'll be on the same episode or anything, but you can read more about this info here.
"I did it for me and for my show and for Fallon," he says. "I don't want Tiffani [Thiessen] to feel like she needs to throw on a cheerleading outfit and become Kelly again." But if Thiessen wants to restart her Hollywood career, perhaps donning the cheerleader outfit is her best bet.
• Thiessen Holds up SBTB Reunion:
A source tells Us Weekly, "In her mind, a reunion would remind audiences she hasn't done anything for years. We're trying to get her to do it because it would actually be great for her career."
4:08pm: Also, there's an article updating us on the status of the SBTB reunion on Late Night with Jimmy Fallon -- both Lark and Mario are in!
On Friday, May 8, Tiffani will guest star on "Head Case" at 9pm on Starz! (source)
Tiffani has a session with Dr. Goode in which she suggests she get herself a "gay" to help her with all her life's issues.
Friday, April 24
USA Network announced today that it picked up "White Collar" and it will premiere with a 90-minute episode followed by 13 one-hour episodes! The series will be shot in New York. You can read more about the green light for "White Collar" here. So excited!!
Thursday, April 09
Renee came up with a hunch that Tiffani might be in the episode "Twinkle, Twinkle" (episode 116), since there is a cap of her on that page, but I'm not aware of the date the episode will air. I'll keep you posted. If anybody else has any ideas, I'd be appreciative of that :)
Tuesday, April 07
1:10am: I updated the video landing page with pretty icons! I think it makes it much simpler!
USA is close to giving a series order to "White Collar," with the pickup expected to be sealed after final details are worked out.
"Collar," from Fox TV Studios and creator Jeff Eastin, revolves around the unlikely pairing of a brilliant con artist (Matthew Bomer) and the head of the FBI's white-collar crime unit (Tim DeKay).
Tiffani Thiessen, Marsha Thomason and Willie Garson co-starred in the pilot, which was directed by Bronwen Hughes.
With the odd couple at its center, "Collar" could be a potential companion for the James Roday-Dule Hill starrer "Psych," whose longtime lead-in, "Monk," is headed into its final season.
"Collar" was one of three 90-minute cast-contingent pilots that top cable network USA ordered last year, all of which, including "Royal Pains" and "Operating Instructions," got cast and produced.
"Collar" would be the second of the trio to receive a series order after "Pains" was picked up for 11 episodes in January.
Thursday, March 12
Wow... this is definitely the longest time I've gone without updating the site and I apologize. Work has been getting the best of me these days. I do really apologize for not coming on here and wishing Tiff a Happy Birthday. She turned 35 on January 23rd!
Just wanted to let you all know that I'm not going anywhere. I still love this site and Tiffani :)
Tuesday, January 13
Happy New Year! We have a bit of news.
Tiffani will be on the unscripted series, "Head Case", which centers on Dr. Elizabeth Goode, the "it therapist" to Hollywood's celebrity elite. This was mentioned on the Star Tribune. Will keep you posted on further updates!