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‘Royal Pains,’ ‘White Collar,’ ‘Covert Affairs’ Renewed by USA

"Royal Pains," which has been picked up for an additional two seasons, will also air a two-hour movie in December

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.

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"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.