Louis (Rick Hoffman) may have had to take a day after seeing Harvey’s name on the wall at Pearson Darby Specter, but he’s back in the office for tonight’s episode of Suits (USA, 10 p.m. ET) — as is Nigel (Adam Godley). The sneak peek below is just another example of why Louis makes our list of TV dramas’ greatest comic reliefs. READ FULL STORY
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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
Tonight is the episode fans of USA’s Suits have been waiting for: We flash back 10 years to when Harvey (Gabriel Macht) and Donna (Sarah Rafferty) were working in the D.A.’s office and discovered Cameron Dennis (Gary Cole) was burying evidence and Mike (Patrick J. Adams) was about to get kicked out of college. Here, creator Aaron Korsh offers seven teases for the hour, which will reveal “the other time” Harvey was at Donna’s apartment. Come back to EW.com tonight at 11 p.m. ET for a postmortem interview with Korsh and Rafferty.
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‘COVERT AFFAIRS’: WILL SPARKS FLY WITH ANNIE AND TEO?
In the July 30 episode of USA’s Covert Affairs, Annie (Piper Perabo) heads back to Colombia to determine the true allegiances of Arthur’s son, Teo (Manolo Cardona), after she receives intel that the terrorist group he’s involved with is planning an attack. There are some tense scenes between Perabo and Cardona, who previously worked together on the slightly less suspenseful 2008 film Beverly Hills Chihuahua. “I can’t tell you everything that happens to him [this season], but it’s dangerous,” Perabo says, with a laugh. “He gets a lot of stunts, car crashes, and shootouts. That’s another reason I was glad they cast Manolo: I was glad to have a really brave, macho guy.”
While we’re happy Annie is finally with her handler, Auggie (Chris Gorham), we can’t help but wonder if we’ll see sparks fly with Teo. “We shot this scene recently with Teo in a foreign city,” Perabo says carefully, “and he rescued me in the middle of this fight. Both the hair and makeup girls came up to me afterward, and they said, ‘What’s gonna happen with Teo and Annie?! It all seems like it’s gonna go off!’ I went up to Manolo, and I was like, ‘All right, keep it on a simmer. You can’t put out that much heat. You’re Latin. A little is a lot!’” – Mandi Bierly
In addition to what was dolled out during the Supernatural panel, this year’s press room was a wonderful flood of scooplets. Here, I pull out some highlights:
+ CROWLEY = CURED? – Mark Sheppard scooped to me during our chat on the EW Comic-Con couch that Crowley was most certainly going to struggle with certain side effects from almost being cured at the end of last season, but, he maintains, Sam and Dean “did not cure him.” “I mean, as far as the canon is concerned, if you don’t complete the task then it hasn’t happened. I’d be more interested to see…if there is any residual effects.”
+ DEAN’S SECRET– So, Dean’s got a secret. Exactly what it is, we’re not sure. Neither is Jensen Ackles, but, he teases, it’s “one of the bigger issues of the series.” “So it’ll be interesting to see how that plays out,” he says. Jared Padalecki teased a little further: ” It does really heavily involve Sam, and even has a lot to do with why Sam’s still alive. So Dean is just kind of lying to Sam. And he’s hating it every step of the way and Sam can’t really tell,” he says. “But when Sam finds out, s–t’s going to hit the fan.”
+ WILL ACKLES DIRECT? Ackles is also waiting to hear whether or not he’ll step behind the camera to direct another episode. After directing one episode per season for the last three seasons, “I’m not directing this year — well not yet. They haven’t given me one. I usually direct the first one out of the gate, but because I have a 7-week-old daughter I opted to stay home with the newborn instead this year,” he says. But there’s still a chance he can. “There’s still a few episodes that are not slated yet with the directors and I think they’re trying to figure out how they can slide me in there storyline wise.”
+ CASTIEL’S NEW CHALLENGES – Lots of scoop on what’s coming up with powerless Cas in my chat with Misha Collins and Mark Sheppard, but Collins, who is slated to appear in more than a dozen episodes throughout this season, added on the matter: “I certainly hope that at the very least, Cas is going to change his underwear now that he’s human. But I will tease for you – this is pretty juicy stuff since we’re getting into the wardrobe, there is a Laundromat scene in episode 1. So this very question has been forefront in the writer’s minds.” As for his relationship with the boys? Ackles says, “It’ll be interesting to see how the relationship evolves given his new lack of skills.”
‘SUITS’ ALMOST STAGED A BIG BREAK-UP
The new relationship between law firm associate Mike Ross (Patrick J. Adams) and paralegal Rachel Zane (Meghan Markle) may get rocky on Suits, but it is here to stay – at least for the length of the USA drama’s summer run. But it wasn’t always that way.
“They were planning on breaking us up at episode 10,” Markle reveals. “I know that it has now been completely restructured and re-conceived because they are enjoying Mike and Rachel as a couple too much. They don’t want to do it.”
The decision is one she definitely supports. “It’s really kind of cool and sweet to just not have to keep slapping him,” she jokes. But on a serious note, she adds, “Because the show is doing so well, and we’re so lucky — you can see that we probably have a few more seasons in us — the idea of ‘will-they-won’t-they, will-they-won’t-they, okay, they will, but only for 10 episodes and then it’s going to go away’ felt like then where do you go from that? If it took us two seasons to try to figure out if we could make it work, then maybe they take that time and really give us an opportunity to have something. Just like with any character, with any relationship that you have onscreen, when you can settle into it a bit more, you get to find what’s interesting about it, find layers and nuances. So I’m really happy that they’re really happy with it.” – Mandi Bierly
Spoiler alert! If you haven’t watched the Suits season premiere, stop reading now. Stars Patrick J. Adams (Mike) and Meghan Markle (Rachel) stopped by EW separately today to chat about what went down in the hour and where we go from here. READ FULL STORY
There’s a lot to look forward to in the third season of USA’s Suits, which premieres tonight at 10 p.m. ET. After the merger with the British law firm headed by Edward Darby (Conleth Hill), Harvey (Gabriel Macht) still feels betrayed by both boss Jessica (Gina Torres) and associate Mike (Patrick J. Adams). That has him conspiring against Jessica and freezing out Mike — who’s also getting the cold shoulder from paralegal Rachel (Meghan Markle), who’s dealing with Mike’s foreplay admission that he’s neither a Harvard Law alum nor a real lawyer.
The July 30 episode will introduce “British Harvey,” Stephen Huntley (Max Beesley), who’ll try to work his magic on Harvey’s assistant, Donna (Sarah Rafferty), which could ruffle Harvey’s feathers to tease Harvey-Donna shippers. And the Aug. 20 episode will flashback 10 years to when Harvey and Donna were working in the DA’s office and Mike initially derailed in college. Earlier this summer, when EW sat down with Macht and Adams for our annual Must List issue, they chatted about those story lines and more. Spoiler alert! READ FULL STORY
With two Game of Thrones actors coming to Suits this summer, USA is rolling out an ad campaign that pays homage to the HBO fantasy hit.
Below is an exclusive look at season 3 guest stars Michelle Fairley and Conleth Hill on the legal drama in a new ad titled “Game of Suits.” Below that, there’s a new print ad that has Suits star Gabriel Macht in the same blue light of Thrones’ recent ad campaign, along with the familiar quote, “I understand the way this game is played.”
Fairley (Catelyn Stark on the HBO series) plays Ava Hessington, a British entrepreneur who runs a successful international oil company and is faced with a lawsuit that may cost her the family business. Hill (Varys on Thrones) makes a return appearance in his guest star role as British firm head Edward Darby.
Here’s the ad and then the art. The promo includes a line of dialogue in the show itself that riffs on a common Lannister expression. Suits returns Tuesday, July 16.
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That was fast: Michelle Fairley has booked her TV return.
The Game of Thrones actress has been snatched up by USA Network’s legal dramedy Suits for a recurring role in season three.
She’ll play Ava Hessington, a British entrepreneur who runs a successful international oil company. Faced with a lawsuit that may cost her the family business, she puts her trust in Harvey Specter (Gabriel Macht) to fight the charges against her.
Fairley will make her Suits debut in the season premiere on July 16. And she’s not the only Game of Thrones actor on the show next season – Conleth Hill (Varys) will make a return appearance on the series in his guest star role as British firm head Edward Darby. READ FULL STORY
In case you forgot the news that Suits will now air Tuesdays after Covert Affairs when the shows return July 16, USA is going to remind you with a promo featuring Suits‘ Gabriel Macht and Patrick Adams beginning Monday night. We’ve got your first look below. READ FULL STORY
USA, the blue sky network, has announced premiere dates for its summer shows. Burn Notice returns first on June 6, followed that night by the debut of Graceland, the new drama from White Collar creator Jeff Eastin centered on undercover agents from the FBI, DEA and US Customs living and working under one roof. Royal Pains and Necessary Roughness launch their new seasons on June 12, while Covert Affairs and Suits follow on July 16.
A new reality show, Summer Camp, which has 16 adults competing in “over-the-top competitions inspired by classic camp games,” will premiere in July.
‘Suits’ season 2 finale postmortem: Creator Aaron Korsh talks that scene you just rewound (and what’s next)
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'Suits' season 2 finale postmortem: Creator Aaron Korsh talks that scene you just rewound (and what's next)
Spoiler alert! If you haven’t watched Suits‘ season 2 finale, stop reading now. Creator Aaron Korsh talks key scenes below, including the one fans of Mike (Patrick J. Adams) and Rachel (Meghan Markle) will be talking about until the show returns this summer. READ FULL STORY
Tonight’s Suits season 2 finale (USA, 10 p.m. ET) is simply titled “War,” and the battle gets ugly as Harvey (Gabriel Macht) and Jessica (Gina Torres) seriously clash over her plan to merge the firm with Edward Darby’s (Game of Thrones‘ Conleth Hill). “We’ve seen flashes of Jessica’s steeliness over the years,” creator Aaron Korsh says, “but we’ve never seen it against Harvey.” As they maneuver, Mike (Patrick J. Adams) unwillingly gets caught in the crossfire. “He doesn’t want to choose sides, but he’s going to be forced to,” Korsh says.
In last week’s episode, Louis (Rick Hoffman) lied to Rachel (Megan Markle) about the real reason she didn’t get into Harvard, blaming his past with Sheila (Rachael Harris) instead of her inability to compete to spare Rachel’s feelings. “That is gonna come back to haunt both Louis and Mike, and lead to a confrontation between Mike and Rachel that threatens to derail the progress they’ve made in the back six episodes,” Korsh says. READ FULL STORY
Spoiler alert! If you haven’t seen this week’s episode of Suits, stop reading now. With Pearson Hardman losing clients and associates, Jessica (Gina Torres) wanted to institute a Louis Litt Rehabilitation program while Harvey (Gabriel Macht) essentially told Louis (Rick Hoffman) he was dead to him. We asked Hoffman to take us inside the key scenes that determined Louis’ fate at the firm. READ FULL STORY
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