After three seasons with a fake lawyer roaming the halls of Pearson Specter, Suits has reset itself in Season 4 after Mike (Patrick J. Adams) went legit by joining Sidwell's investment banking firm at the end of Season 3.
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Before you could begin to wonder how the show would service both firms, it answered it for us: Sidwell is a Pearson Specter client. And now Mike and Harvey (Gabriel Macht) are embroiled in a nasty, season-long takeover battle for Walter Gillis' (Michael Gross) company involving another one of Harvey's clients, Logan Sanders (Brendan Hines), who just so ...
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Rachel (Meghan Markle) dropped a bombshell at the end of Suits' season premiere last week: She had had an affair with Logan Sanders (Brendan Hines), Harvey's (Gabriel Macht) other client going up ...
Turns out Jessica holds "morning meetings" too.
On Suits' season premiere last week (watch it here), Jessica (Gina Torres) was revealed to be in a secret relationship with SEC prosecutor-turned-Pearson Specter employee Jeff Malone (D.B. Woodside). And if you ask Torres, it's been a long time coming.
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"It's about time!" she tells TVGuide.com. "I've been waiting patiently for four seasons. [Creator Aaron Korsh and I] had been talking about a love interest for Jessica for a couple of seasons. It was really important that when that happened that it be the right guy, a guy who's worthy of Jessica. You wait so long to see something happen. Whenever I did an interview, every time I discussed her life, people who had been ...
[WARNING: The following story contains spoilers about Wednesday's season premiere of Suits. Read at your own risk.]
Mike is gone from Pearson Specter, but most definitely not forgotten.
After Mike (Patrick J. Adams) accepted Jonathan Sidwell's investment banking job offer last season on Suits, Season 4 (premieres Wednesday, 9/8, USA) will pick up three months later with the former faux lawyer still at his new gig.
"We didn't want to give Mike the job offer unless he was going to take the job," executive producer Aaron Korsh tells TVGuide.com. "And the other part is, we didn't want him to take the job, go there and then undo it ...