TVLine Items: Steamy White Collar Teaser, Dexter's 96-Episode Lookback and More!

Neal Caffrey is moving on.

The latest promo for White Collar‘s upcoming fifth season (premiering Oct. 17) features the con man getting very close with a new redhead — as in locking-lips close.

As previously reported, Legend of the Seeker alum Bridget Regan will recur as an expert in rare books and love interest for Neal, who may just corrupt the gal per the sneak peek below.

Ready for more of today’s TV dish? Well…

• With Dexter‘s penultimate episode bowing this Sunday at 9/8c, Showtime has assembled a lengthy promo that comprises a single moment from each of the previous 94 installments. Press PLAY below to relive the anarchy before the series comes to a close on Sept. 22.

• MTV will launch Snooki & JWOWW’s 12-episode Season 3 on Tuesday, Oct. 22, serving as a lead-in for Awkward‘s fall premiere.

• William Moseley (The Chronicles of Narnia) will star opposite Elizabeth Hurley in E!’s drama pilot The Royals, Deadline reports. From One Tree Hill executive producers Mark Schwahn, Brian Robbins and Joe Davola, the Hamlet-esque project is described as a contemporary drama centering on a fictional royal family. Moseley will play a young prince.

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• Southland alumna Roxana Brusso will recur in ABC’s new fall drama Betrayal, per The Hollywood Reporter, playing an FBI agent who butts heads with Chris Johnson’s leading man.

• Cameron Diaz is on board as a producer for CBS’ Bad Teacher, the midseason comedy based on her 2011 film, Deadline reports.

Broadway star Steve Kazee will guest-star on Season 2 of Elementary as a man Joan meets through online dating, reports EW.com. Fun fact: Kazee starred opposite new How I Met Your Mother series regular Cristin Milioti in the musical Once.

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Parks and Recreation leading lady Amy Poehler will once again lend her voice to The Simpsons as Bart’s future ex-wife, per EW.com.

Still curious about what was in store for ABC Family’s cancelled series The Nine Lives Of Chloe King? You’ll be able to get some closure when the unproduced script for the two-hour telefilm The Nine Lives Of Chloe King: Salvation is released on Alloy Entertainment’s site on Friday, Sept. 13.

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Comments (8)

  • Really going to miss Dexter on Showtime and I can’t wait for the series finale on September 22nd. Guess I’ll wait until November 5th when the final season comes out on DVD.

    Comment by Flacco Kaepernick – September 12, 2013 04:35 PM PDT  Reply To This Post
  • Disappointed with the final season of Dexter, to be honest. They tried squeezing in too much into the final season, and some things they’ve squeezed in weren’t even necessary. (Masuka’s daughter for starters) & way too many glaring plotholes (Hannah’s on the run yet she doesn’t even try changing anything about her looks?). There’s no sense of urgency or nailbiting going on for the audience. Final season should’ve been Angel digging deeper into LaGuerta’s death connecting dots that lead up to Dexter & Deb.

    Comment by Jerri – September 13, 2013 12:15 AM PDT  Reply To This Post
    • I have to say I’ve been disappointed as well. I keep waiting for this Wow moment when it all comes together and makes perfect sense. I’m still hoping for that because it if goes out like this it is quite a let down for generally a fantastic series. Surely they are not just going to limp into the sunset? I find I’m just confused by the writing. ??

      Comment by Kim R – September 13, 2013 07:32 AM PDT  Reply To This Post
    • I really thought the final season of Dexter would be about him getting found out, how he would escape, and if Deb would help him or bring him in. I’m surprised that LaGuerta’s death was wrapped up so neatly and forgotten. I like that they brought Hannah back, but I couldn’t believe she wouldn’t wear a dark wig or some kind of disguise.

      Comment by Mikael – September 13, 2013 09:34 AM PDT  Reply To This Post
  • ABCFamily should do that for The Lying Game!!! We didn’t get any closure and we were left hanging!!

    Comment by Alana – September 13, 2013 05:25 AM PDT  Reply To This Post
    • I was thinking the same thing. We got a book ending so we deserve a TV ending.

      Comment by Heather – September 13, 2013 02:17 PM PDT  Reply To This Post
  • So excited for WC this new season. Looks like Neal is going to enjoy being a conman once again. Hope Peter learns that Neal is never going to change. I know some fans want Neal to settle in the suburbs with two kids and have double dates with El and Peter! How boring…gaah. Neal should alwasy stay Neal, the lovely conman with a heart of gold, one of the few people who can live in the gray areas successfully.

    Comment by diana – September 13, 2013 10:41 AM PDT  Reply To This Post
    • Diana I couldn’t agree more.

      Comment by JBC – September 14, 2013 12:58 PM PDT  Reply To This Post

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