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[Spoiler Warning] The Hollywood Reporter interviewed Suits TV series showrunner Aaron Korsh about the season five finale. Because USA Network has already renewed the show, talk turned to the upcoming sixth season of Suits.
In the fifth season finale, Mike Ross (Patrick J. Adams) cut a deal for that would see him sentenced to two years, in order to save Harvey (Gabriel Macht) and Jessica (Gina Torres) from going to prison.
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It was a very dramatic and locked in finale to the fifth season of Suits last night, but the legal drama that anchors USA Network's original programming slate ended in a good place – at least viewershipwise. Last night's 10 – 11:04 Pm finale of the Aaron Korsh created series snagged 1.708 million total viewers and a 0.5 rating among adults 18-49. That's pretty steady with Suits' February 24 show's viewership, with a tiny dip of 1% from the 1.73 million who watched. Among… »
Warning: The following contains spoilers for Wednesday’s finale of Suits.
The day of reckoning has finally come for Suits: Mike is trading in his designer duds for an orange jumpsuit.
RelatedSuits Renewed for Season 6
During Wednesday’s Season 5 finale, the faux lawyer took responsibility for his crimes and entered a white collar prison. (Fyi: The jury would have come back with a “Not Guilty” verdict. #Regrets) Even Harvey’s last-ditch efforts to save his protégé were unsuccessful. Before heading off to the clink, Mike made another difficult choice: At the last minute, he aborted his plan to »
Mike Ross has been a fraud since the beginning of the series. On Suits Season 5 finale, "25th Hour," someone is going to prison for that crime. Will it be Mike? Or will someone else end up paying the price for his prosecution?
BuddyTV spoke to Executive Producer Aaron Korsh to get the scoop on the finale. He reveals that someone will go to prison, the strength of the firm family, the guest stars who will be returning, and why Mike took the deal.
We also have an exclusive sneak peek of Harvey and Rachel's reaction when they find out Mike took the deal.
Might Once Upon a Time‘s Prince of Thieves be robbed of his life? Can NCIS enlist a heavy hitter? Is S.H.I.E.L.D.‘s Ward more unpredictable than ever? Read on for answers to those questions plus teases from other shows
RelatedOnce Upon a Time Brings Back Michael Raymond-James as Neal
Did you get an answer from Once Upon a Time‘s Sean Maguire about the rumor that he’s leaving? —MRiku
As promised in Ask Ausiello, I did ask Maguire about this at the 100th-episode party, and he was (alas) expectedly spoiler-free on his status »
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Ausiello: Though Felicity seems to have navigated many of the early bumps — presentation to the Palmer Tech board included — “We will definitely feel the weight of it” in episodes to come, showrunner Wendy Mericle told Matt Mitovich. “There’s a big decision she and Oliver are going to make at the end of [Episode 413, airing Feb. 10], and it will »
Warning: The following contains spoilers from Wednesday’s episode of Suits
Suits on Wednesday narrowed down the list of people who could have sold Mike out to one very unexpected and definitive answer.
RelatedSuits Boss on Who Sold Out Mike, What’s Next for Harvey and Donna
After discovering that Anita Gibbs received an anonymous message from a Harvard email address, Mike and Harvey immediately set their sights on professor Henry Gerrard. But the real truth-teller was Louis’ former fiancée and Harvard employee Sheila Sazs (played by Rachael Harris), who put two and two together after being approached for »
Will Wally West fulfill his fate in a Flash? Can Once Upon a Time‘s Belle avoid a pregnant pause? Which Htgawm relationship is getting more complicated? Is Lucifer packing a “huge” surprise? Read on for answers to those questions plus teases from other shows
RelatedThe Flash Ep Talks Barry’s Heartbreak and Harry’s Agenda
Warning: The following contains spoilers from Wednesday’s premiere of Suits
PhotosWinter TV Preview! Your Scoop-Filled Guide to 20+ Returning Favorites, Including Suits
A quick recap of the premiere: While Anita went about building her case, Mike and Harvey were on their own quest to find out who turned Mr. Ross in to the authorities. (“Not I!” claimed Trevor and Scottie.) Elsewhere, ignoring Jessica and Louis’ warnings to stay far away from the situation, »
Most TV shows wouldn't be comfortable with completely upending their central concept. Suits is not one of those shows. In the hit USA series' midseason finale last summer, creator Aaron Korsh upset the apple cart by having Mike Ross get arrested for conspiracy to commit fraud—something he's truly guilty of—in the final moments. It was a move that stunned fans and signaled a show not willing to coast by on its formula. And it excited the hell out of star Patrick J. Adams. "I'd known since the beginning of the season that this was where we were sort-of headed. I didn't know how we were gonna get there or what it was going to look like, so the final script was a nice surprise. I »
Mike's gotten away with being a fake lawyer for years now and finally the bubble that's been created for himself and those around him bust open. Mike's arrest disrupts not only his life, but the lives of his friends, family and even the people they care about.
We spoke with Suits creator, Aaron Korsh, about why this was the right time for Mike's secret to be revealed, how Mike and Harvey's resignations may or may not affect the situation and how bonds will be tested.
Jacob Tremblay, the breakout star of the Oscar-nominated drama “Room,” will guest star on Fox’s “The Last Man on Earth” as a young version of Will Forte’s character Phil/Tandy, the network announced Wednesday. The airdate for Tremblay’s episode has yet to be announced.
Tremblay scooped a Critics Choice Award last weekend and is nominated for a Screen Actors Guild Award for Outstanding Performance by a Male Actor in a Supporting Role. The nine-year-old thesp will next be seen on the big screen in “The Book of Henry,” “Shut In” and “Burn Your Maps.”
- Laura Prudom
Universal Cable Productions has closed a new two-year overall deal with Aaron Korsh, creator/executive producer of USA’s hit drama series Suits. Korsh, who had been under an overall deal at Ucp since December 2012, will continue as showrunner on Suits and develop new projects for Ucp. One of the projects Korsh developed under the previous Ucp overall pact, period Hollywood drama Paradise Pictures, went to pilot at USA. Suits already has been renewed for a sixth season… »
13 items from 2016
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