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For those wondering how Suits was going to get Mike out of prison, you'll have to keep waiting. It looks like Mike's new suit is going to be orange for a little while longer.
There are spoilers from the Season 5 finale of Suits in this article. If you haven't watched and want the episode to be a surprise, please feel free to check out one of our other lovely articles.
The moment he made that decision, the fact that he had lied about going to Harvard Law School in order to get the gig became a burden on his shoulders once more, and following the USA drama’s midseason finale, the news has been out that Mike Ross is a fraud, at least according to an anonymous tip.
While a good chunk of people still subscribe to cable and even more people get TV programs from Hulu, Netflix and other legal alternatives, there are plenty of people in the universe who illegally download TV programs, and while pirating generally only accounts for a small percentage of the overall viewership of a show, some series’ still pull in big numbers through pirating.
In August, a slew of shows were pirated on various outlets, but as it turns out, some of the most-pirated shows were some of this summer’s most popular programs—or at least some cult hits. You can check out the 10 most pirated shows downloaded on Pirate Bay in the month of August.
Suits just recently aired its fifth season premiere, and USA apparently got a good enough vibe that the network is signing on for yet another season of the hit law drama. On Wednesday, USA announced that Suits will officially be returning to the schedule for Season 6.
The show is currently airing the first part of its fourth season, and has been doing quite well as part of USA’s summer programming cycle. With a split-season format that seems to be working for the network, it’s no surprise that USA would want to bring Suits back for another round of snarky, pop-culture ridden dialogue and plotlines.
Suits has never been afraid to be a little over-the-top, and with the drama hitting USA’s schedule for a fourth season this Wednesday, we expect the series to offer some more thrilling curveballs, especially considering the myriad of ways Season 3 panned out for the show’s various characters.
Summer's a big season for USA and this one is no exception. In addition to scheduling the return dates for Royal Pains, Suits and Graceland, the cable network has released two trailers and premiere dates for their newest hour-longs, Rush and Satisfaction, both of which are slated to debut Thursday, July 17. Watch the trailer for Rush above!
USA is lining up their winter premieres and returns, and that includes start dates for the return of Suits, White Collar and Psych, as well as the debut of their new half-hour comedy from Denis Leary, Sirens. Suits will return Thursday, March 6 at 9/8c, after which Sirens will premiere at 10/9c. As for Psych, the beloved series will be back for its eighth season on Wednesday, January 8 at 9/8c.
Suits wrapped up the first half of its third season last month, and to tide fans over before Season 3 returns, USA has decided to go ahead and renew the lawyer drama for a fourth season. Additionally, the network announced its plans to finish airing the second part of Season three.
USA offers a pretty heavily drama-oriented lineup, and even though the network has been busy hoping to push more comedies, drama is still a priority for the cable channel. On Tuesday, the network announced it had picked up a new project to pilot led by former Suits showrunner Sean Jablonski, which tells me nothing except that the new program’s characters will likely indulge in modern, sexy clothing.
This article contains some major spoilers from last Sunday night's episode of Game of Thrones, so if you're not caught up, read no further! Game of Thrones' loss is Suits gain! Just days after Michelle Fairley's GoT made her gruesome and terrible exit on the HBO drama series, comes word that Fairley's headed over to USA for a recurring role on Suits, which is heading into its third season this summer.
The summer TV season has begun, as most of the Midseason series have wrapped up and we're starting to see the networks roll out their summer offerings. Once upon a time, summer was the down season for TV, but in this day and age, cable and network television offer a nice variety of scripted and unscripted programming to fill the gap between spring and fall.
USA is ready to launch this summer's lineup of programming, which includes both returning hits and the launch of two new programs. The network has set premiere dates for the return of Suits, Covert Affairs, Royal Pains, Necessary Roughness and Burn Notice, along with the launches of a new drama, Graceland, and a reality series called Summer Camp.