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USA has set the dates for the return of three of the network’s most popular dramas for January of 2013. Get out your calendar if you’re a fan of Suits, Necessary Roughness or White Collar. USA will start premiering the remaining episodes of these shows in the new year starting on January 17th.
In what is most definitely good - though not entirely surprising - news, USA has decided to renew their legal drama Suits. The series, which stars Gabriel Macht and Patrick J. Adams, just wrapped up its second season at the cable network, and it looks like USA is ready to official move forward on Season 3.
Earlier this week, we shared our Toronto adventure to the set of USA's Suits, which gave us an inside look at the Pearson Hardman law firm and the opportunity to speak with the cast about the upcoming season. Suits' Season 2 premiere airs tonight on USA! We have a clip to show you from tonight's episode, which gives us a look at a conversation between two characters about the fate of another.
This is the second part of our two-part feature following a visit to the set of USA's Suits. In Part 1, I shared some details about the set of the series, and a few things the cast had to say about working on the show. Today we have a more in depth look at the cast of the series, which includes Gabriel Macht, Patrick J. Adams and Gina Torres.
Late last month, USA was kind enough to fly me out to visit the set of Suits, which is currently about to premiere its second season on the cable network. In addition to screening the Season 2 premiere, we were given a tour of the set and the cast of the legal-focused series took some time out to speak with the press about what's ahead for Season 2!
In just over a week, USA will bring Suits back for its second season. Having already seen the season premiere, I was happy to discover that one of my absolute favorite moments from the episode made its way online. Check it out ahead to see what movie character Mike is impersonating.
USA knows how to do summer right for television. Over the last few years, the network has slowly but steadily built up a solid collection of original series, which almost makes us forget to miss Monk. The network released the premiere dates for new and returning summer series. Check them out ahead to see when your favorites are coming back!
The verdict is in for another USA show. White Collar fans will be pleased to know that the series will be back for a fourth season. This news follows word that the new series Suits would be back for a second season, and that In Plain Sight received a renewal order for a final season.
While one USA series moves forward, another one is wrapping up. It was good news for USA’s freshman series Suits, which is set to be brought back for a second season. The bad news is, In Plain Sight is coming to an end with an eight-episode season next year.
In good but not entirely surprising news, USA has given Suits an order for a second season. What’s more, they’ve bumped up the size of the season by four episodes as compared to the currently airing freshman series, which premiered last June.
Going into the pilot episode of USA’s Suits, I expected to find the characters charming and quirky in typical USA fashion, with the story more or less formulaic to what we’ve come to expect from a lot of today’s legal shows. Two charismatic lawyers team up and combine their knowledge and people skills to tackle tough but interesting cases, while also struggling with their own personal issues. It’s fairly standard, but it works well for Suits, thanks in large part to its characters.
Surprise, surprise... Another brand new show is doing the promo rounds this week, this time it's USA Network's legal dramedy Suits. Using the searingly catchy logline, "Two Lawyers, One Degree," this legal procedural with a Good Will Huntingesque twist surely can't miss. Check out these five new clips...
As some of USA’s best original programming airs during the summer, it’s likely that there are plenty of people waiting to know when shows like Burn Notice and White Collar will return. Well, wait no further. USA’s 2011 Summer schedule is up and we have it here. It includes news series Suits and Necessary Roughness, both of which sound like winners.