Woo hoo! Just in time for some great television viewing this summer, comes two DVDs of our favorite shows! My husband, daughter and I are HUGE fans of Burn Notice and White Collar. When these shows first came out, we were thrilled to find something exciting and entertaining (and humorous as well). Michael (Burn Notice) is the coolest of the cool and as usual, he has found himself in some crazy situations in Season Five.
The suspense, betrayal and intense action make Season 5 of “BURN NOTICE” a must-see! Master-spy Michael Westen (Jeffrey Donovan) has just rejoined the CIA as consultant but after being framed for the murder of a close friend, partners with Kim Pearce (Lauren Stamile) to clear his name. After increasingly dangerous and criminal missions, Michael comes face to face with the man who burned him and the one closest to him who knew about it all along.
The Season 5 DVD is loaded with exclusive content including an extended episode, deleted scenes, a gag reel and a thrilling featurette on the villains of “BURN NOTICE.” Fans will celebrate the best of the “worst,” by exploring the “BURN NOTICE” bad guys and get unique insights from the actors who play them along with a snarky rebuttal on their deeds from “BURN NOTICE” star, Bruce Campbell!
White Collar has the same kind of humor as Burn Notice, and it is always a blast to watch it. There are twists and turns in every episode. I kind of have a thing for Neal Caffrey too
“WHITE COLLAR” focuses on the unlikely partnership between charming con artist Neal Caffrey (Matt Bomer) and straightman FBI agent Peter Burke (Tim DeKay). Caffrey provides his expertise to help Burke catch other elusive criminals in exchange for his freedom, and together they prove that in order to solve the hardest crimes, you must hire the smartest criminal.
The Season 3 DVD features never-before-seen bonus footage including deleted scenes, a gag reel, commentary on “Judgment Day,” a “WHITE COLLAR” trivia challenge for fans and a hilarious intervention caught on tape by the cast and crew with showrunner Jeff Eastin who’s overzealous tweeting gets out of hand!
Both of these DVD’s are now available in stores and online!
*I was sent the above DVDs, free of charge, to facilitate this review/post.