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Things are only going to get more tense on USA’s Suits as Mike continues to battle Harvey (and uses Louis in the process—see a sneak peek of this week’s episode below). But Harvey has another opponent on the horizon. Justified’s Neal McDonough makes his debut on the show in the July 9 episode as SEC bulldog Sean Cahill. He’ll face-off with Jessica and Jeff Malone first, but as McDonough tells EW, it’ll be high noon with Harvey sooner or later.
- Mandi Bierly
Neal McDonough is suiting up for USA's Suits and E! News has your exclusive first look at the actor who is bound to stir up trouble on the legal drama. In Suits, McDonough plays Sean Cahill, an SEC investigator who is tasked to uncover any issues at Pearson Specter and will stop at nothing until he brings the firm down. He doesn't back down easily, viewers can expect major conflict. McDonough first appears in the Wednesday, July 9, episode titled "Leveraged." Look at that face. He means business! In the episode, Mike (Patrick J. Adams) moves for a hostile takeover of Gills Industries. Harvey (Gabriel Macht) and Louis (Rick Hoffman) will stop at nothing to make sure they win the takeover fight »
Last season, the ratings for the Suits TV show dropped quite a bit. Will they continue to fall so that the series is in danger of being cancelled, or is it essentially guaranteed to be renewed for a fifth season (so there will be enough episodes for syndication)? Stay tuned.
Suits revolves around the exploits of superstar attorney Harvey Spector (Gabriel Macht) and his associate and protege Mike Ross (Patrick J. Adams). The show's cast also includes Rick Hoffman, Gina Torres, Sarah Rafferty, and Meghan Markle.
The ratings are typically the best indication of a show's chances of staying on the air. The higher the ratings, the better the chances for survival. This chart will be updated as new ratings data becomes available.
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It’s clear from our sneak peek at tonight’s episode of Suits (below) that when we start the hour, Louis Litt (Rick Hoffman) has yet to learn that Jeff Malone (Db Woodside) has joined Pearson Specter. As he preps his long overdue pitch to Jessica on why he should be the one to lead the charge against Eric Woodall’s (former) minion, just imagine the intrigue when they presumably team up to face off with Woodall’s new SEC bulldog—played by recurring guest star Neal McDonough—later in the season.
Suits airs Wednesdays at 9 p.m. Et on USA. »
- Mandi Bierly
If you’ve seen the promo for Suits’ season 4 premiere (airing June 11 at 9 p.m. Et on USA), you know it doesn’t take long for Mike (Patrick J. Adams) and Harvey (Gabriel Macht) to find themselves at odds now that Mike has left Pearson Specter to become an investment banker at a startup company that retains Harvey as its lawyer. That wasn’t always the plan. “We did think Mike was going to be a client of Harvey’s and they were going to be on the same side, but when I heard those , they felt flat to me, »
- Mandi Bierly
Suits returns June 11, as does the drama’s penchant for Game of Thrones references. Watch an exclusive clip below of Louis (Rick Hoffman) strategizing with Katrina (Amanda Schull) regarding a new threat — Jeff Malone (recurring guest star Db Woodside), a potential minion of Eric Woodall, who still has it out for Harvey (Gabriel Macht) and the firm.
Without spoiling too much, creator Aaron Korsh tells EW you’ll also find Jerry Maguire and Crimson Tide mentions, a Princess Bride reference, and an homage to Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid in the premiere. “What a lot of people don’t »
- Mandi Bierly
Title: Locker 13 Director:Bruce Dellis (segment: “The Byzantine Order”), Jason Marsden (segment: “The Author”), Matthew Mebane (segment: “Down and Out”), Adam Montierth (segment: “Suicide Club”), Donovan Montierth (segment: “The Other Side”) Starring: Ricky Schroder, Jason Spisak, Jon Gries, Rick Hoffman, Krista Allen, Curtis Armstrong and Tatyana Ali. Running time: 103 minutes, Rated R, Available on DVD starting April 29th Special Features: None An anthology film starting with Skip (Jason Spisak), a nighttime janitor at an Old West theme park. His supervisor Archie (Jon Gries) tells him tales involving a mysterious locker and that every choice made has consequences. The first story is “Down and Out” about an aging boxer (Ricky [ Read More ]
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Title: Locker 13 Director:Bruce Dellis (segment: “The Byzantine Order”), Jason Marsden (segment: “The Author”), Matthew Mebane (segment: “Down and Out”), Adam Montierth (segment: “Suicide Club”), Donovan Montierth (segment: “The Other Side”) Starring: Ricky Schroder, Jason Spisak, Jon Gries, Rick Hoffman, Krista Allen, Curtis Armstrong and Tatyana Ali. Running time: 103 minutes, Rated R, Available on DVD April 28th An anthology film starting with Skip (Jason Spisak), a nighttime janitor at an Old West theme park. His supervisor Archie (Jon Gries) tells him tales involving a mysterious locker and that every choice made has consequences. The first story is of an aging boxer (Ricky Schroder) whom is given old boxing gloves [ Read More ]
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The screenwriters are Bruce Dellis, Jason Marsden, Adam Montierth, Donovan Montierth, Jose Rosete, John Waldron, Jason Walters, and Cameron Young. The segment directors are Dellis (segment: "The Byzantine Order"), Marsden (segment: “The Author”), Matthew Mebane (segment: “Down and Out”), A. »
- Steve Barton
As Harvey and Mike work to win cases for their clients, USA hopes that Suits will continue to win over viewers and bring in solid ratings. Will the TV series be cancelled or renewed for a fourth season? Time will tell.
Suits typically airs on Tuesday nights and there are 16 new episodes once again this season. The cast includes Gabriel Macht, Patrick J. Adams, Rick Hoffman, Gina Torres, Sarah Rafferty, and Meghan Markle.
Below are the TV show's ratings for season three, the best way to tell if it will be cancelled or renewed for season four. These figures will be updated as the weeks progress so you can check back to see how things are going.
10/24 update: The show has been renewed for a fourth season.
Final season averages: 0.9 rating in the 18-49 »
Already renewed for a fourth season, the USA drama series Suits has seen Harvey Specter (Gabriel Macht) and Jessica Pearson (Gina Torres) working to address the firm’s future, while Louis Litt (Rick Hoffman) unraveled over love, and Mike Ross (Patrick J. Adams) had to make a career and life-altering decision. All that considered, it will certainly be interesting to see where things go next. During this exclusive interview with Collider, actor Rick Hoffman talked about how happy he is with the show’s dynamics, how challenging and scary it can be to play the vulnerability of the character, why fans love Louis Litt, why this show is a lightning in a bottle experience, why revealing Mike Ross’ secret is a lose-lose situation, having his own parents play Louis’ parents, and how their show creator loves to give them little fun tidbits of what’s coming up next. Check out »
- Christina Radish
In theory, an anthology horror film should be a great way for some filmmakers to put together a half-decent horror movie. As the V/H/S films (and, to a lesser degree, The ABCs of Death) have indicated, if you have a few dedicated squads of filmmakers (and some decent story ideas, of course) you can sew some short videos together with a simple framing story, and voila, you have a solid horror film. Or at least an amusing one.
But what happens when people with very few ideas (and even fewer filmmaking skills) try the same formula? The result is something like Locker 13, a broad, obvious, and consistently tiresome collection of "campfire tales" that are about as scary as a half-eaten donut. Given the final product's drearily predictable format, its 20+ producers, and its handful of familiar character actors in very small roles, it seems like Locker 13 was »
- Scott Weinberg
Only those scared of being bored to death need fear “Locker 13,” an omnibus of horror stories that could hardly be more tame, talky and tepid, both individually and as a whole. This feature from Arizona collective Brothers’ Ink Prods. — some of its segments originally shot as shorts four to seven years ago — makes its theatrical and VOD bows March 28, with DVD release following April 29. In any format, it’s bound to raise the hackles of any genre fans unlucky enough to pay money in the hopes of some entertainment value.
The framing story features Jason Spisak as Skip, an ex-con newly hired as night janitor at a Wild West theme park. As he’s shown around the grounds, he has to listen to old-hand supervisor Archie (Jon Gries) windbag out some tales about “choices” and “consequences,” though danged if viewers will be able to discern the lesson, or simply the point, »
- Dennis Harvey
Spoiler alert! If you haven’t watched this week’s episode of Suits, stop reading now. Rick Hoffman talked to EW about the health scare, those emotional scenes with Harvey and Donna, and (gulp!) the break-up.
Entertainment Weekly: USA did its best to keep the fact that it was Louis who had the minor heart attack a secret. What did you think when you first read the plot twist?
Rick Hoffman: I thought it was incredibly smart of the writers. The character of Louis repeatedly comments on how his body is like a temple, and clearly he’s in denial. »
- Mandi Bierly
Harvey (Gabriel Macht) goes head-to-head with a rival from his past on Thursday's new episode of USA Network's “Suits.” Things have been heating up as Louis (Rick Hoffman) is closing in on Mike's (Patrick J. Adams) big secret. It got really close on last week's episode when a Harvard professor was invited to speak at the firm and could've exposed Mike's fake education. But, Louis gave Mike a last minute reprieve as a favor to Harvey. Also read: USA Orders Drama Series From ‘Suits,’ ‘Nip/Tuck’ Producer Sean Jablonski Thursday's episode gives Mike a break and focuses on Harvey and an old nemesis. »
- Tanner Acord and Jethro Nededog
Louis knows! After finding Mike's file missing from the Harvard File Room and then discovering a shocking grade on his transcript, Louis is more determined than ever to uncover the truth on Suits.
I spoke with Rick Hoffman during the Television Critics Association Winter Tour about Louis' difficult decision, love life, and an emotional upcoming episode. Read on for edited excerpts from our conversation. »
The screenwriters are Bruce Dellis, Jason Marsden, Adam Montierth, Donovan Montierth, Jose Rosete, John Waldron, Jason Walters, and Cameron Young. The segment directors are Dellis (segment: "The Byzantine Order"), Marsden (segment: “The Author”), Matthew Mebane (segment: “Down and Out”), A. Montierth (segment: “Suicide Club”), and D. Montierth (segment: “The Other Side”).
Skip, the nighttime janitor in an Old West theme park, delves into the mysteries surrounding an old locker. His sage supervisor recounts chilling tales that underscore the importance of making the right choice.
The recollection includes an aging boxer who is given »
- Debi Moore
"Suits" Season 3 has resumed, and major changes are obviously coming to Pearson Specter. Two of the biggest changes? Rachel (Meghan Markle) has moved in with Mike (Patrick J. Adams), while Louis Litt (Rick Hoffman) is on the trail to learn Mike's secret.
What will come of these two storylines? Zap2it talked to Markle and Hoffman about the upcoming episodes.
For Rachel, at least, it looks to be a good series of episodes. "You get to revisit the Rachel that we saw back in Season 1. Like right before she meets Mike -- she's out of the gate, she means business, she's not sappy," Markle says of her law school-bound paralegal. "Rachel becomes a force in a lot of ways."
It's not just with school and with Mike that Rachel gains power too. She also takes on the formidable head of the law firm, Jessica (Gina Torres). "You see her coming »
Entertainment Weekly: Let’s start with Jessica asking Scottie, who’s now in a relationship with Harvey and joining the firm, to pay her six-figure buy-in upfront instead of after the typical trial period.
Aaron Korsh: We wanted to shine a light on the fact that the name of the firm had changed quite a bit: It went from Pearson Hardman, to Pearson, to Pearson Darby, to Pearson Darby Specter, to Pearson Specter. »
- Mandi Bierly
Already renewed for a fourth season, the USA drama series Suits returns to finish up its season with all-new episodes, picking up in the wake of the emotional and shattering murder trial that affected everyone at the firm. Harvey Specter (Gabriel Macht) and Jessica Pearson (Gina Torres) must address the firm’s future, while Louis Litt (Rick Hoffman) threatens to expose the truth about Mike Ross (Patrick J. Adams), and Donna (Sarah Rafferty) is left to keep all of their secrets. During this exclusive interview with Collider, actress Sarah Rafferty talked about how thrilled she is with the way Donna has developed, being the emotional glue for all of the characters, being grateful to play the light and the dark moments, that she doesn’t think Donna’s colossally high self-esteem can be shaken, that she’ll be taking it upon herself to try to protect everyone, in the remaining episodes, »
- Christina Radish
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