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'White Collar' Renewed: USA Orders New Seasons Of Matt Bomer Series, 'Covert Affairs' And 'Royal Pains'

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"White Collar" has been renewed.

"White Collar," "Covert Affairs" and "Royal Pains" will all be back for new seasons on USA.

The network has ordered two seasons of "Royal Pains" with 26 episodes of the Mark Feuerstein series airing across new two seasons. Season 4 of "Covert Affairs" starring Piper Perabo will be 16 episodes. Season 5 of Matt Bomer's "White Collar" will also be 16 episodes.

"All three of these series have found ways to stay creatively fresh and culturally relevant. The execution in writing, acting and production is among the best on television. In an increasingly competitive landscape, these series got new season pickups the old-fashioned way -- they earned it!," Chris McCumber and Jeff Wachtel, co-presidents of USA Network, said in a statement.

Production is set to begin in 2013.

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