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DVD Giveaway: Burn Notice and White Collar

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Happy Summer! Which means fun new seasons of your favorite summer shows on the USA network. We love the USA network here at Reel Life With Jane and are happy to be giving away a couple of those shows.

TO ENTER: Leave a comment on this post by midnight on Saturday, June 23, 2012. A winner will be chosen at random and emailed for their mailing address. Winner takes both shows. Good luck!

1. Burn Notice, Season 5. Master-spy Michael Westen (Jeffrey Donovan) has just rejoined the CIA as consultant, but after being framed for the murder of a close friend, partners with Kim Pearce (Lauren Stamile) to clear his name. After increasingly dangerous and criminal missions, Michael comes face to face with the man who burned him and the one closest to him who knew about it all along.

Bonus features include an extended episode, deleted scenes, a gag reel and a featurette on the villains of Burn Notice. Fans will celebrate the best of the worst by exploring the Burn Notice bad guys and get unique insights from the actors who play them along with a snarky rebuttal on their deeds from star Bruce Campbell (@groovybruce).

Here’s a promo from episode 17, “Acceptable Loss.” Follow the show on Twitter @BurnNotice_USA, and check out their official site.

2. White Collar, Season 3. White Collar focuses on the unlikely partnership between charming con artist Neal Caffrey (Matt Bomer) and straightman FBI agent Peter Burke (Tim DeKay). In exchange for his freedom, Caffrey offers his expertise to help Burke catch elusive criminals. Just goes to show that in order to solve the toughest crimes, you have to hire the smartest criminal.

Bonus features include deleted scenes, a gag reel, commentary on “Judgment Day,” a White Collar trivia challenge, and a hilarious intervention caught on tape by the cast and crew with showrunner Jeff Eastin who’s overzealous tweeting gets out of hand (I follow him — @jeffeastin — and he is quite the Twitter maniac).

Here’s Matt Bomer talking about the decisions that Neal Caffrey makes in season three. Follow the show on Twitter @WhiteCollarUSA, and check out their official site.


Jane Boursaw is the founder and editor-in-chief of Reel Life With Jane. Her credits include hundreds of print and online publications, including The New York Times, People Magazine, Variety, Moviefone, TV Squad and more. Follow her on Twitter at @reellifejane.

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  1. I’ve never heard of White Collar, but we LOVE Burn Notice. Season 3 is showing here in NZ now, so it would be neat to have more seasons to watch.
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  2. White Collar and Burn Notice are great escapist shows.

  3. My dad loves these shows. It would be a nice present for him.

  4. These shows are great.

  5. I love both of these shows! I just started watching Burn Notice on Netflix streaming, am halfway through season 1 and I can’t get enough. It’s a lot of fun. Have been a fan of White Collar since episode 1.

    As always, love your blog, Jane! I’ve been following you since your TV Squad days (my favorite “segment” was always your “Jane After Dark”).

  6. Ruthanne Bohrer-Agosa

    Oooh oooh pick me! I love both of those shows!

  7. Happy to announce that Teresa Garrett is the winner of the Burn Notice/White Collar DVDs! I’ve emailed you for your mailing address. Thanks to everyone for playing. :-)

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