White Collar Episodes Mislabeled and in the Wrong Order on Netflix, EP Says

We may need to get the FBI to look into this: Someone has jumbled up the order of White Collar’s episodes on Netflix.

Series creator and executive producer Jeff Eastin pointed out the mistake on social media on Tuesday: “[Netflix] is playing the wrong episodes of White Collar under the title/[description]. Please screenshot or [forward] me specifics. Trying to fix this ASAP.”

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Indeed, when TVLine checked Netflix on Tuesday, the episode labeled as Season 1, Episode 2, titled “Threads,” was actually Season 1, Episode 5, aka “The Portrait.” It seems several of the show’s Season 1 episodes are mislabeled and playing out of order, with a fan replying to Eastin with the correct titles for each. (TVLine has reached out to Netflix for comment and to see when the error might be fixed.)

White Collar stars Matt Bomer as con artist Neal Caffrey, who works as a consultant for the FBI helping them catch white collar crooks. Tim DeKay co-stars as Neal’s FBI liaison Peter Burke, with the late Willie Garson playing Neal’s pal and fellow con man Mozzie. The series ran for six seasons on USA Network, from 2009 to 2014, and was added to Netflix’s library this week, hoping for a cultural renaissance like the one its fellow USA alum Suits enjoyed on Netflix last summer. But let’s at least get the episodes airing in the correct order first, huh?

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