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'Suits' postmortem: Creator Aaron Korsh talks Louis' showdown

This post contains plot details of “This is Rome,” the Suits episode that aired on Aug. 20.

“Pearson…Specter…Litt.” There has never been a more dramatic line reading on USA’s Suits. At the end of an hour that saw Mike, Harvey, Donna, and Katrina working to secure Louis a job at another law firm, Katrina was kicked to the curb and Louis returned home. Creator Aaron Korsh won’t confirm whether Louis will get his name on the wall when season 4 resumes, but with Louis now knowing Mike’s secret, he concedes it’ll be tough for Jessica to get out of it.  READ FULL STORY

'Suits' creator talks Louis' resignation, teases midseason finale

Suits fans were shocked after the Aug. 13 episode when Louis Litt (Rick Hoffman) resigned from Pearson Specter—seconds before Harvey (Gabriel Macht), accompanied by Donna (Sarah Rafferty), was to deliver the news that Jessica (Gina Torres) was firing him. Creator Aaron Korsh says there were many incarnations of that ending: “When the writers first pitched me that he was gonna get fired, I didn’t like it. If he was gonna help get them out of this jam, I didn’t like Harvey for wanting to fire him, and I didn’t like Jessica for wanting to fire him. I was gonna not have him be fired—I was gonna have him be forgiven. [But] when the writers pitched the scene of Louis reading that resignation letter as two people go to his office to fire him, it broke my heart in the room,” he says, “and I was like, ‘That’s so good. Maybe he can resign.'”

Hoffman originally read the letter and its memorable last line, “Please take care of my home,” without emotion (which sounds heartbreaking in itself for overly emotional Louis). “We had already wrapped for the mini-season, the actors are all on hiatus, but I was like, ‘I really think it would help us to have him read a much more emotional tone into the letter, where he’s like, ‘Please take care of my home,’ crying basically. So I had to track Rick down in Italy and have him do that in some soundstage in Italy,” Korsh says, laughing, “which I think was worth it because it really made a huge difference in the impact of the letter.” READ FULL STORY

'Suits' creator talks 'Pound of Flesh' (and what's next)

Spoiler alert! If you haven’t seen this week’s episode of Suits, “Pound of Flesh,” stop reading now. Creator Aaron Korsh talks about the “guns-down” hour that gives Sean Cahill (Neal McDonough) and Charles Forstman (Eric Roberts) more ammunition. READ FULL STORY

'Suits' creator thinks you're being too hard on Mike

The battle for Gillis Industries has fans of Suits (Wednesdays at 9 p.m. ET on USA) wondering just how low Mike and Harvey will go. To recap: Harvey revealed a portion of Mike’s questionable past to Gillis, and to retaliate, Mike momentarily kept Harvey’s father’s master tapes from him. To throw Harvey’s ally Louis off his game before a court appearance, Mike made Louis believe that his ex, Sheila, had gotten engaged. Letting his emotions distract him cost Louis the respect of his “best friend” Harvey, which made Louis angry enough to gloat when he cut off Mike’s best hope at an investor. Louis’ smack talk inadvertently gave Mike the idea to use one of Harvey’s enemies, Charles Forstman, against him—and Forstman will only give Mike the money he needs if Mike agrees to cut his new boss, Jonathan Sidwell, out of the deal in the end.

Bottom line: Harvey may have kindly warned Mike about getting into bed with Forstman (recurring guest star Eric Roberts), but he had harsher words for Louis, who screwed up yet again.

Creator Aaron Korsh breaks down the drama, which adds more layers in the July 16 episode (update: read our postmortem). READ FULL STORY

'Suits' postmortem: Creator Aaron Korsh on the season 4 premiere, what's next

Spoiler alert! If you haven’t watched Suits‘ season 4 premiere, stop reading now. Creator Aaron Korsh takes us inside the row between Harvey and Mike, the introduction of multiple new characters, and what’s to come.  READ FULL STORY

'Suits' creator Aaron Korsh teases season 4 premiere: Harvey and Mike go toe-to-toe

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 [story ideas], they felt flat to me,” creator Aaron Korsh tells EW. “So I was like, ‘Let’s get them on opposite sides: He’s a client. They fall out. Let’s have them go toe-to-toe.'”

Look for the new recurring characters Walter Gillis (played by Family Ties‘ Michael Gross), the founder of a DVD distribution company trying to hold off a potential takeover attempt, and Logan Sanders (Betrayal‘s Brendan Hines), the son of a millionaire entrepreneur who wants to prove himself with an acquisition, to play key roles. READ FULL STORY

'Suits' season finale postmortem: Creator Aaron Korsh on that ending -- and what's next

Spoiler alert! If you haven’t watched Suits‘ season 3 finale, stop reading now. Creator Aaron Korsh phoned EW to talk about the show-altering twist and what you can expect from season 4, premiering this summer. READ FULL STORY

'Suits' postmortem: Creator Aaron Korsh on Harvey's relationship, Louis' 'black hawk down'

Spoiler alert! If you haven’t watched Suits‘ return, “Buried Secrets,” stop reading now. Creator Aaron Korsh talked to EW about the twists and what’s next. READ FULL STORY

'Suits' preview: Donna fields Louis's questions about Mike -- EXCLUSIVE CLIP

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USA Suits resumes its third season March 6 with the first of six new episodes. Fans will recall that in the September summer finale, Louis (Rick Hoffman) discovered that the room containing files on every Harvard Law student didn’t include one on Mike Ross (Patrick J. Adams).

What’s Louis’ next move? Check it out in the exclusive sneak peek below. As Suits creator Aaron Korsh teases to EW, “Donna works her magic, but ultimately even Donna’s magic can’t overcome the scope of Mike’s lie.”

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'Suits' renewed for fourth season

Fans of USA’s Suits still have six more episodes to look forward to when the show resumes its third season in early 2014 following the Olympics. But you can now add to that: The network has ordered a 16-episode fourth season. Universal Cable Productions has also signed an overall deal with the show’s creator, Aaron Korsh, to develop new series while continuing his work on the drama, which was among TV’s top five scripted shows in the 18-49 demo during its summer run.

Celebrate below by revisiting our revealing Pop Culture Personality Tests with stars Patrick J. Adams and Meghan Markle. 
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'Suits' summer finale: Creator Aaron Korsh answers burning Qs

Spoiler alert! If you haven’t watched Suits‘ summer finale, “Stay,” stop reading now. Creator Aaron Korsh takes us inside the episode and teases what’s to come. READ FULL STORY

'Suits' summer finale preview: Who is creator Aaron Korsh calling a bastard?

Tonight on the Suits summer finale (USA, 10 p.m. ET), Ava Hessington (Michelle Fairley) is suing Pearson Specter and Edward Darby’s firm for malpractice and fans of the show will recognize her attorney — Harvey’s nemesis, Travis Tanner (Eric Close). “To be fair to Ava, if you find out that the firm that was defending you for murder is the firm that actually committed the murder, I don’t think you’re necessarily in the wrong for suing them,” creator Aaron Korsh says. “The task for Harvey and Jessica is to try to convince Ava to not go after them and to just go after Edward Darby, because they didn’t have anything to do with these murders. They think it’s Tanner that’s keeping Ava from being reasonable and they may or may not be right about that.” Scotty (Abigail Spencer) is back, and, for a change, fighting on the same side as Harvey against Tanner. “That’s obviously going to have some ramifications for them,” Korsh says. (Expect to debate whether this episode is Tanner at his worst. “If you go back and watch that scene in 207 when he makes Harvey punch him, he was pretty much of a bastard there, too. I think you’d leave that to the audience decide,” Korsh says, with a laugh. “But yeah, he’s a bastard.”) READ FULL STORY

'Suits' postmortem: Inside Harvey and Donna's 'Other Time'

Spoiler alert! If you haven’t watched this week’s episode of Suits, which flashed back 10 years to “the other time,” stop reading now. Creator Aaron Korsh and Sarah Rafferty (Donna) phoned EW separately to break down the episode fans have been waiting for… READ FULL STORY

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