Fans of White Collar are finally about to see season 5.
The fifth series aired in the US in October and consist of just 13 episodes.
At What Price”
Peter is in prison facing murder charges. It has been six weeks since the shooting of Senator Pratt and every piece of evidence points to Peter as the murderer. If Neal’s father does not confess, there is little chance of Peter being released.
Neal receives a text from Curtis Hagan. Hagan has a plan to free Peter and clear the charges against his name. Neal will have to forge audio of his father confessing to the shooting and in exchange Hagan asks Neal to pull a job.
Neal is conflicted by Hagan’s proposition but knows he has an obligation to save Peter. Peter is freed and welcomed home by his loved ones, with a promotion to the head of the White Collar division on the cards. But will Neal be able to hold up his end of the deal with Hagan?
7:30 PM Wednesday on One.