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
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On the April 3 episode of Suits, Harvey Specter (Gabriel Macht) may have more to deal with than Mike (Patrick J. Adams) deciding whether or not to leave the firm for a new job that doesn’t involve pretending to be a lawyer. Former name partner Charles Van Dyke (Homeland‘s Jamey Sheridan) returns with an axe to grind with Jessica (Gina Torres). Watch a sneak peek below. READ FULL STORY
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. READ FULL STORY
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
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.”
Matt Bomer may not be playing Christian Grey, but he’ll be back on your television soon.
The actor’s show, White Collar, will return Thursday, Jan. 9 at 9 p.m. ET, the network announced today. USA also announced return dates for several of its other popular shows.
Psych will return for its eighth season Wednesday, Jan 8. at 9:00 p.m. ET. This season will feature guest stars Mira Sorvino, Phylicia Rashad, Kristy Swanson, Anthony Michael Hall, Tom Arnold, Billy Zane, Loretta Devine, Bruce Campbell, and Cary Elwes.
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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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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
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
What could make the dissolution of the law firm Pearson Darby Specter even more fun to watch? Jessica (Gina Torres) putting Louis (Rick Hoffman) in charge of the negotiations. Watch our sneak peek of this week’s Suits to see her surprising directive (and Louis’ predictably awesome response). The penultimate hour in the USA drama’s summer season also finds Harvey (Gabriel Macht) battling with his old flame Scottie (Abigail Spencer) and Mike (Patrick J. Adams) asking Rachel (Meghan Markle) to take a step forward in their relationship.
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We’ve always liked Julie Chen. She has an amazing way with words (especially when those words happen to be “But first…”), and she’s never had any problem poking fun at her own Chenbot persona. However, unlike Survivor host Jeff Probst, who is known for grilling contestants until they are charred, Chen has usually employed a much lighter, friendlier tone upon greeting the Big Brother house-guests right after they have been evicted. However that all changed last week when Aaryn Gries was voted out of the house. Gries had spent her time on the show making numerous racist and homophobic comments, including many disgusting digs at Asians. Chen, who is Asian-American, took the unusual (for her) step of revealing her personal feelings about the comments while hosting her other CBS show, The Talk. But the question remained: Would she call Aaryn out when the two were finally face to face? The answer was an indisputable yes. READ FULL STORY
While fans await the courtroom fireworks on tonight’s episode of Suits (USA, 10 p.m. ET), now that Harvey (Gabriel Macht) knows Stephen (Max Beesley) orchestrated the murders that oil tycoon Ava (Michelle Fairley) stands accused of ordering, we’re still obsessed with last week’s bathroom brawl between Harvey and Stephen.
“Stephen’s referenced quite a few times as being a rugby player and someone who could be dangerous, so obviously he couldn’t be a complete walkover. However, Harvey is Harvey. There can only be one winner physically,” Beesley says, chuckling. “So the old ego had to take a backseat there.”
While they filmed Stephen throwing a few more punches than he ended up landing in the final cut, Huntley was happy with the way the scene turned out: “The audience has always got Harvey’s back. It made sense story-wise for him to come out on top. And it was really good to do something [physical] like that, because I don’t think the show shows a lot of that. It ups all the tension between Harvey and Stephen for the next episode.”
Unlike most of his previous roles, Beesley didn’t know “fixer” Stephen’s full arc when he signed on to Suits.
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There are three episodes left in Suits‘ summer run, but here’s a reason to look forward to its winter return: Suits superfan Michael Phelps, otherwise known as the most decorated Olympian of all-time, will guest in the mid-season premiere. He’ll cameo as himself, the one sports client Harvey (Gabriel Macht) could never land. Spoiler alert! Phelps will make Harvey confront their prickly past when Scottie (Abigail Spencer) tries to land him as her client.
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