Fear not, Matt Bomer fans; "White Collar" will be returning for another season.
"White Collar," along with "Royal Pains" and "Covert Affairs," have renewed by USA Network, the network said Monday.
"White Collar," which stars Bomer and Tim DeKay as a con artist and FBI agent who team up to fight white-collar crime, has been given a 16-episode order for a fifth season, which will begin filming next year.
"Royal Pains," meanwhile, has been granted a 26-episode pickup across two seasons, with its sixth season due to begin filming in New York next year. The series, which stars Mark Feuerstein as a disgraced New York physician who reinvents himself as an in-demand doctor to the rich in the Hamptons, also will air a two-hour movie, "Off-Season Greetings," which will explore the backstory of the main characters, on Dec. 16.
"Covert Affairs," which stars Piper Perabo as a linguistically gifted CIA operative, has been picked up for a 16-episode fourth season. The show returns to the air Oct. 16 with six new episodes.