The question on every Suits fan’s mind: How will Pearson Specter Litt survive without Jessica Pearson (Gina Torres)? Thankfully, you’ll only have to wait a bit longer to find out.
The sixth season of Suits will resume Wednesday, Jan. 25. The winter premiere will pick up right after the midseason cliffhanger, which saw the departure of original cast member Torres.
Gina Torres has already found her first post Suits gig. The actress is joining season 2 of ABC’s The Catch as a recurring guest star in a mysterious role, EW has learned.
Warning: This post contains spoilers from Wednesday’s Suits midseason finale. Read at your own risk.
The time has come to say goodbye to one of the Pearson Specter Litt name partners.
Desperate times call for desperate measures in the Suits midseason finale.
EW has an exclusive clip from Wednesday’s episode, where Jessica (Gina Torres) and Rachel (Meghan Markle) fight to save Leonard Bailey’s life in court. With no other options, Jessica and Rachel decide to have Leonard take the stand and tell the jury his story, which is a risky move because it opens them up to further attack.
Wow. The Suits midseason finale was definitely a game changer. That’s clear from the episode’s title, “P.S.L.,” which refers to Pearson Specter Litt: The often ethically compromised but well-intentioned and aesthetically pleasing firm at the center of the show. In many ways, the episode (the best one of season 6 so far) serves as a eulogy for the firm, which comes to an end as we know it.
Free at last! After spending nine episodes behind bar, Mike Ross (Patrick J. Adams) was finally set free thanks to a deal he made with Sean Cahill (Neal McDonough) in Wednesday night’s episode. The question on everyone’s mind is what’s next for this former fake lawyer?
Well, EW spoke to Patrick J. Adams ahead of tonight’s episode to find out the answer to that question and, more importantly, to find out whether wedding bells are in the near future for Mike and Rachel (Meghan Markle).
Wow, Suits was really testing our patience tonight by dragging out Mike’s release until the very end of the episode. Look, I get that the show had stories it had to tie up like Frank Gallo and Kevin, but, if I’m being honest, those were things I didn’t really care about. Throughout the episode, I found myself thinking “Can Mike be released already so we can get back to sexy, fashionable lawyer time?” because we knew it was coming. But, let’s make like Louis when he goes mudding and dive right into tonight’s episode.
The window to get Mike out of prison is closing quickly. The Feds pulled his deal, and now Harvey and Mike are working on borrowed time to get it back by any means necessary — even if it means crossing a few more ethical lines.
There’s a song in tonight’s episode with the lyrics “This night ain’t for the faint of heart.” It plays at a moment when Sean and Harvey’s collusion leads to a victory for both Sean and Mike. However, those lyrics can pretty much apply to everything else going on in this episode, too. From Rachel and Jessica working Leonard Bailey’s case to Louis’ unexpectedly odd date, everyone needs to steel their hearts from what’s coming down the pike.
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