A chronicled look at the criminal exploits of Colombian drug lord Pablo Escobar, as well as the many other drug kingpins who plagued the country through the years. Mike continues to work pro bono cases at the clinic, with Harvey's blessing, but one of the cases puts Alex, Harvey and others at risk.
And we know it is still happening because four actors have been cast in the new series, which follows Gina Torres' badass lawyer Jessica Pearson as she tackles… Read more. And she's got the name of the firm picked out. Come Inside My Mind , Suits and more. It won't go well at first. She has a goal and she's sticking to it. Harvey has to call in an old debt for the firm.
Mike goes toe-to-toe with an unlikely opponent. Louis comes to term with his new role. Harvey and Louis fight to protect the future of the firm from its past. Donna and Harvey delve into the aftermath of their kiss. Mike and Harvey's power move is countered, putting their backs up against the ropes. Realizing that his fraud can't continue forever, Mike leaves newly renamed Pearson Specter to take a position as an investment banker. Mike's new job puts him and Harvey on opposite sides of a takeover battle, causing the SEC to accuse them of collusion.
When Mike is fired, Louis goes to extreme lengths to persuade Mike to come back to Pearson Specter, which put him in debt to shady billionaire investor Charles Forstman. Louis demands a name partner position, competing with Harvey, but his wrongdoings get him fired instead. When he realizes Mike never went to Harvard, he blackmails Jessica into rehiring him with the promotion he desired.
Mike proposes to Rachel; Donna leaves Harvey to work for Louis. Harvey struggles with losing Donna and begins to open up to a therapist about his broken relationship with his mother. Louis's insecurity, however, and desire to undermine Harvey create an opening for Jack Soloff, an ambitious partner who is being manipulated by Hardman.
Rachel's wedding plans and her relationship with her parents are both overshadowed by Mike's secret. Mike and Harvey both resign to protect their future, but Mike is abruptly arrested for fraud. More and more people involved realize the allegations are true, and facing a tenacious Anita Gibbs, Mike accepts a plea bargain, pleads guilty, and turns himself in so that no one else will go to jail.
At the wedding, Mike tells Rachel that he will not marry her now but if she still wants him in two years then he will marry her after getting out of prison.
Harvey escorts him to prison making their last few goodbyes. A two-year prison sentence puts Mike at the mercy of Frank Gallo, an inmate with a grudge against Harvey.
At Pearson Specter Litt, few employees remain to help. Rachel works an Innocence Project case for her law professor; Jessica assists pro bono but is distracted from matters at the firm, and chooses to leave her position to pursue her own life. Mike's cellmate proves pivotal in a deal for Mike's freedom. He struggles with his fraud being public knowledge but obtains a job at a legal clinic. Harvey helps both Rachel and Mike pass the bar, and persuades Mike to come back to the firm, but not after Harvey has to cross some ethical lines to make sure Mike does pass the bar.
Everyone at the firm struggles to adjust to a new normal without Jessica. Harvey begins dating his former therapist, Paula; Louis sees a therapist of his own, with mixed results. Rachel begins her career as an attorney, having passed the bar.
Mike continues to work pro bono cases at the clinic, with Harvey's blessing, but one of the cases puts Alex, Harvey and others at risk. Louis and Sheila reconnect; as does Jessica with her family in Chicago back-door pilot to Second City.
Mike and Rachel accept a job offer in Seattle, Washington to run their own firm that takes on class-action suits, and get married before leaving. Creator Aaron Korsh , whose Notes from the Underbelly sitcom was canceled during the — Writers' strike , wrote a spec script intended to be a "half-hour Entourage -type based on my experiences working on Wall Street.
Korsh and his agent took the script to several production companies and wanted to give the script to Universal Media Studios.
However, Korsh found it odd that the studio did not want to sell the script to NBC , the network the studio typically worked with. Korsh's agent convinced USA Network executive Alex Sepiol that although the series was neither a procedural nor what the network typically did, he would like the characters.
The team pitched the script to USA network, which bought the script after the pitch. Korsh did not pitch it to anyone else. When rewriting the script, Korsh made only small changes to the first half-hour, up to when Mike is hired. Originally, Mike did not take LSATs for others and only pretends to have attended Harvard, as opposed to pretending he attended Harvard and has a law degree.
Korsh noted that there is no degree or test needed, to work on Wall Street and be a mathematical genius, unlike the bar examination in law. He decided to "embrace" this difference and change the premise. The pilot episode was filmed in New York City, where the series is set.
The staff writers were: The first role in which a casting spot was filled was for Patrick J. Adams , who was cast in the lead role of Mike Ross in July The series was soon commissioned with a episode order on January 19, A deleted scene leaked onto YouTube shows Victor Garber as Phillip Hardman, originally part of the pilot, but was ultimately cut during script rewrites.
It shows that Hardman had retired from the firm on his own accord. Despite being cut for American audiences, the scene was left in for British viewers when it was first aired, and the scene continues to be included in re-runs. The first season premiered on June 23, , and concluded on September 8, It ran for 12 episodes, including a minute pilot. Suits was renewed for a second season consisting of 16 episodes on August 11, ,  which premiered on June 14, On October 12, , the show was renewed for a third season of 16 episodes.
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Watch Now With Prime Video. On the run from a drug deal gone bad, Mike Ross, a brilliant college dropout, finds himself a job working with Harvey Specter, one of New York City's best lawyers. Gabriel Macht , Patrick J.
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USA Network Original Series - Suits stars Patrick J. Adams as Michael Mike Ross and Gabriel Macht as Harvey Specter working at a law firm in NYC. Jun 23, · Watch video · When I started the series, I enjoyed suits and would probably give it an 8.I quickly realized that it fell into a cycle that was unbreakable /10(K). Suits is an American legal drama television series created and written by Aaron taradsod.tk series premiered on June 23, , on the cable network USA, and is produced by Universal Cable. Suits is set at a fictional law firm in New York City. The focal point of the show follows talented college dropout Mike Ross (Patrick J. Adams), who initially works as a law associate for Harvey Specter.