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'Suits' Star Patrick J. Adams Picks Up Theater Role

3/5/2016 2:18pm EST
'Suits' Star Patrick J. Adams Heads Up Tremendous 'Last Match'
Following the end of the fifth season of Suits, Patrick J. Adams has segued to another impressive role as one-fourth of the impressive cast of the new play The Last Match, which is running now through Mar. 13 at The Old Globe in San Diego.

Tennis may not sound like a riveting subject for a stage play, but it is in Last Match, which serves as a bona fide reminder of the power of live theatre. Playwright Anna Ziegler tells the story of a head-to-head battle between American champion Tim Porter (Adams) and Russian up and comer Sergei Sergeyev (Alex Mickiewicz) - but it's more than just a tenn...

'Suits': Wendell Pierce Talks The Zane Family's Fractured Dynamic

3/5/2016 12:04pm EST
The recently concluded fifth season of Suits was also a big one for Robert Zane, who went on the warpath both professionally and personally. Robert believed that Mike was ruining his daughter's life and was out to ruin Pearson Specter Litt at the same time. So what's going through his head now that it's all been said and done?

Starpulse connected with Wendell Pierce before the season finale to ask him if there's anything Mike can ever do to make Robert believe he's worthy of Rachel, and how badly standing by her man may have damaged Robert's opinion of his daughter.

Robert made it clear n...

'Suits' Star Patrick J. Adams Discusses Mike Ross's Future

3/4/2016 12:03pm EST
'Suits' Star Patrick J. Adams Discusses Mike Ross's Future
Things look bleak for Suits' Mike Ross after Wednesday's season five finale. Or do they? Could we actually be on our way to seeing a new, better Mike?

Starpulse sat down with Patrick J. Adams earlier this week to discuss what Mike's future looks like now that he's made the biggest decision of his entire life - and how much that might change our favorite fake lawyer.

[SPOILER ALERT: This interview contains spoilers for the Suits season finale, "25th Hour." If you haven't seen the episode yet, you can read our recap and analysis.]

Mike floored everyone - including Suits fans - when he decl...

'Suits' Creator Aaron Korsh Talks With Us About What Happens Next

3/3/2016 12:12pm EST
'Suits' Postmortem: Creator Aaron Korsh On What Happens Next
After last night's shocking Suits finale, you probably have a billion questions - and we went right to the man with the answers. Starpulse sat down with series creator Aaron Korsh to talk about where the show can possibly go from here when it returns for Season 6 this fall, and why some of those jaw-dropping choices were made.

[SPOILER ALERT: If that paragraph didn't clue you in, this article contains spoilers for the Suits fifth season finale, "25th Hour." In fact, this entire interview is pretty much a spoiler. If you haven't seen the finale yet, please do so now and then come back later...

'Suits' Season 5 Finale Recap

3/3/2016 9:17am EST
'Suits' Season Finale Recap And Review: '25th Hour' - Run Out Th
Well, Suits, you've gone and done it. With "25th Hour," you've gone someplace we never thought you would. (As well as made reference to an excellent Edward Norton film.) But in doing so, you've also shown why we've loved you all along: your tendency to exceed what should have been possible.

Fans know that last week's episode left off with Mike Ross (Patrick J. Adams) making an abrupt reversal of course and deciding to take Assistant U.S. Attorney Anita Gibbs (Leslie Hope) up on her offer to make a deal. But would it be the one that sent him to prison yet saved his friends? Or the one that ...

'Suits': 'Tick Tock' - Everyone For Themselves

2/25/2016 9:29am EST
'Suits' Recap And Review: 'Tick Tock' - Everyone For Themselves
Start biting your nails. As the title of this episode indicates, time is running out on the fifth season of Suits - and basically on the show as we currently know it. So why does it feel like we've seen this all before?

Picking up almost where last week's installment left off, "Tick Tock" opens as Harvey and Mike are debating their next move. Mike wants to call Clifford Danner, the wrongfully convicted kid that Harvey put away and then he and Mike sprung. This would be awesome because it would mean we get to see Neil Brown Jr. (who has since become a star thanks to playing DJ Yella in Stra...

'Suits': 'Self Defense' - Who's The Better Lawyer?

2/18/2016 10:16am EST
'Suits' Recap And Review: 'Self Defense' - Who's The Better Lawy
Last week's episode of Suits ended with Mike Ross declaring his desire to represent himself in his fraud case, which was either a brilliant idea or the dumbest thing he'd ever done in his life. In "Self Defense," the show attempts to figure out which one it is and points out everyone's dysfunctions along the way.

Let's get right into it, shall we? Everyone has their "this is going to suck" faces on as Trevor (Tom Lipinski) takes the stand, and the first thing AUSA Anita Gibbs (Leslie Hope) does is get him to say that Mike tried to persuade him not to testify. Just like everyone else, Trevo...

'Suits' Recap: 'God's Green Earth' - The Ex-Girlfriend Problem

2/11/2016 9:12am EST
'Suits' Recap And Review: 'God's Green Earth' - The Ex-Girlfrien
Four episodes remain in the fifth season of Suits, and so it's time to start getting into the trenches of Mike Ross's fraud case. Unfortunately for Harvey Specter, that means dealing with his ex-girlfriend Dana Scott - because you didn't think Abigail Spencer was coming back for just a one-scene cameo, did you?

Mike and Harvey are back in court when Mike spots someone he took the LSATs with standing next to Anita Gibbs at the prosecutor's table. That makes him squirm, as does the fact that Anita hands him a subpoena for Rachel. As if we didn't all see that one coming. Naturally, this makes...

'Suits' Recap: Battle Lines Are Drawn In 'Live To Fight...'

2/5/2016 8:39am EST
'Suits' Recap And Review: 'Live To Fight' - Firm vs. Family
This week's Suits presented several characters with the oldest dilemma in the book: their family at the firm versus the people they care about outside of it. From Donna (Sarah Rafferty) having to save her overly ambitious father from the wrath of Anita Gibbs to the return of one of our favorite supporting characters, "Live to Fight" made sure we know how much the screws are turning with just a handful of more episodes left in Season 5.

Of course, this is no surprise; the show always loves to raise the stakes in the back part of its seasons, and every TV series needs to make more drama to k...

'Suits' Star Gina Torres: 'I Had Hoped I Turned Him In'

1/31/2016 2:04pm EST
'Suits' Star Gina Torres: 'I Had Hoped I Turned Him In'
Season 5.5 of Suits has once again put the screws to Jessica Pearson. After surviving a vote of no confidence among her firm's partners in the midseason finale, Jessica now has to keep Pearson Specter Litt going in the face of Mike Ross's federal indictment for fraud.

But when we spoke to Gina Torres during our visit to the show's Toronto set, she told us that she'd wanted to be the one causing all this trouble. "I had hoped I turned him in," she revealed, "but I knew that was highly unlikely knowing what was at stake and what the gratifications of that would probably be.

"We all have the...

'Suits' Star Rick Hoffman Tells Where Louis's Loyalties Lie Now

1/31/2016 12:09pm EST
'Suits' Star Rick Hoffman Tells Where Louis's Loyalties Lie Now
Suits fans know that Louis Litt is the wild card at Pearson Specter Litt. Sometimes he's out for himself and sometimes he's saving everyone else. He's the character we both love to hate, and often wind up loving.

To find out where Louis is aligning himself in Season 5 now that the firm is imperiled by the fraud case against Mike Ross (Patrick J. Adams), Starpulse spoke to Rick Hoffman during our recent set visit in Toronto.

"Louis has grown. As of now Louis is, he's not the bull in the china shop," he told us. "If anything, what these last six [episode] do show is that once again he's evo...

Sarah Rafferty Stars In New TV-Movie 'All Things Valentine'

1/31/2016 9:04am EST
Sarah Rafferty Stars In New TV-Movie 'All Things Valentine'
Sarah Rafferty is going to show TV audiences that she's more than just Donna Paulsen when she stars in the Hallmark Channel original movie All Things Valentine on Sunday night.

The Suits star is playing a different strong woman in the project; her character Avery is a relationship blogger who might be able to give good advice to her readers but can't find the same success in her own life. Avery thinks her luck might be turning up when she meets Brendan (Sam Page from Mad Men and Desperate Housewives) - but there's a catch.

Brendan has recently broken up with his previous girlfriend, and h...

'Suits' Star Sarah Rafferty Gives Us A Big Reveal

1/30/2016 2:03pm EST
'Suits' Star Sarah Rafferty On Donna's Return To Harvey - And He
Suits fans got the moment they'd been waiting for on Wednesday when super-assistant Donna Paulsen declared that she was returning to work for her longtime boss and best friend Harvey Specter (Gabriel Macht).

How does Donna feel about going back to Harvey? And what's the big development that's going to come out of her past in this week's episode? Starpulse spoke to Sarah Rafferty during our recent set visit in Toronto to find out the answers to those questions and more.

"I think you're going to be surprised at how the dynamic shifts," she told us. "There's one way we'd assume that would be...

'Suits' Star Gabriel Macht: Harvey Feels 'Solely Responsible' For Latest Drama

1/30/2016 12:02pm EST
'Suits' Star Gabriel Macht: Harvey Feels 'Solely Responsible' Fo
Harvey Specter is usually firmly in control. But in the latest episodes of Suits, New York's top closer is feeling the heat. Series star Gabriel Macht spoke to Starpulse during our visit to the hit USA show's Toronto set, and discussed how Harvey is taking the latest revelation that his protege Mike Ross (Patrick J. Adams) has finally been publicly outed as a fraud.

"He's confronted by the fact that he is responsible for making this decision of hiring Mike in the first place," Gabriel told us. "I think that the selfish part of him believes he's one hundred percent responsible. It's brought...

'Suits' Star Meghan Markle Leads Hallmark Movie 'Dater's Handbook'

1/30/2016 9:06am EST
'Suits' Star Meghan Markle Leads Hallmark Movie 'Dater's Handboo
Suits fans who didn't get enough of Meghan Markle in this week's midseason premiere can tune into Hallmark Channel on Saturday night for Dater's Handbook, a new TV-movie that features Markle as a young woman looking for love in the pages of a self-help book.

Markle's character Cassandra wants to stop picking the wrong guys, so she picks up the title tome hoping it will give her direction in the romance department. Instead, she winds up caught between two potential suitors: the reliable George (Jonathan Scarfe, Hell on Wheels, Perception) and the more wild Robert (Kristoffer Polaha, Ringer,...

'Suits' Winter Premiere 'Blowback'

1/28/2016 10:18am EST
'Suits' Recap And Review: 'Blowback' Blows Up The Series
Suits took a bold step with its Season 5 midseason finale, putting everything the show was about on the line. Now is the time for the series to pay that off and prove it still has staying power, and did it ever.

"Blowback," like its title indicates, is an exploration of how the bombshell of Mike Ross's (Patrick J. Adams) arrest at the end of "Faith" has exploded in everyone's face.

Picking up almost right where we left off, Mike is processed into custody while the team deals with the shocking news. Jessica reminds Harvey that they are all unindicted co-conspirators (drink every time you h...

'Suits' Creator Aaron Korsh: 'Let's Just Shake It Up'

1/27/2016 12:06pm EST
'Suits' Creator Aaron Korsh On Season 5.5: 'Let's Just Shake It
Hold on to your seats. Suits returns tonight, and it's going to be explosive. In the final six episodes of Season 5, Mike Ross (Patrick J. Adams) is finally facing the fraud case he's always been guilty of, leaving his co-workers at Pearson Specter Litt to deal with the fallout and how all of them are co-conspirators.

Starpulse spoke to series creator Aaron Korsh prior to tonight's midseason premiere to discuss the reasoning behind finally making Mike face the music and if this latest plot means that we're looking at a brand new show in Season 6.

"I think it just felt like it was time," A...

Meghan Markle Previews Rachel's Reaction To Mike's Arrest

1/24/2016 12:20pm EST
'Suits': Meghan Markle Previews Rachel's Reaction To Mike's Arre
That big Suits bombshell isn't just about Mike Ross. It's one more hurdle for him and his fiancee, Rachel Zane, whose relationship has been through crisis after crisis over the five seasons. Could this be the one that breaks them, or will they make it to the altar after all?

We sat down with Rachel's alter-ego Meghan Markle during a recent visit to the show's Toronto set, to get her reaction to the big plot twist at the end of "Faith" and how Rachel is going to handle this latest shockwave in her life.

Meghan found out about Mike's arrest when she read the script for the episode in questi...

How Much Trouble Is Ahead For Mike In 'Suits'?

1/24/2016 9:15am EST
'Suits': Patrick J. Adams On How Much Trouble Is Ahead For Mike
When Suits returns this Wednesday, it'll be with Mike Ross in federal custody. The USA show's midseason finale ended with Mike being arrested by a pair of U.S. Marshals for committing fraud - and Patrick J. Adams joined Starpulse on the Toronto set to talk about exactly how much trouble is ahead for his alter ego in the remaining six episodes of season five.

He wasn't as shocked by the ending as the fans were. "I did know that we were heading towards an arrest towards the end of the season," he said. "I didn't know if it was going to be [episode] 510 or the back of the 16 [episodes of seas...

Things That Need To Happen On TV In 2016

1/2/2016 12:02pm EST
5 Things That Need To Happen On TV In 2016
2016 is here, which means a new year of TV. The spring season (or midseason) is just around the corner. So before shows kick off, we've compiled this list of a handful of requests we have for the new year. These are the things we absolutely must have on television at some point before 2016 is out, starting with a few casting requests.

1. Jeff Hephner has to turn up on TNT's Murder in the First: If TNT isn't going to give us more Agent X, the least they can do is move him sideways to the show that they did choose to renew. Hephner's former Boss co-star Kathleen Robertson (above) is now star...

Our Picks For Best TV Writers Are...

12/31/2015 12:03pm EST
Best TV Writers of 2015: 'Suits,' 'The Player' And 'Justified'
We've reached that time of year: where we spend the last week of 2015 looking back on the best that TV has brought us. Over the next five days, I'll be bringing you profiles of some of the greatest performances and most impressive moments from the year on the small screen.

Today we move on to:

Best TV Writers of 2015: Suits, The Player and Justified

Firstly, I think we should admit that we don't give as much credit to the writers of TV shows as we should. For all the fantastic actors out there (and there are many), even the best actor can be brought down by a bad script. These three sho...

Here's The Story Behind That Song On 'Suits' Finale

8/27/2015 10:15am EDT
What Was That Song At The End Of The 'Suits' Finale?
Suits fans have been buzzing about the song that closed out last night's shocking midseason finale - and with good reason. That tune you heard is "When I Go" by Keaton Simons, and we've got the story behind how it ended up on the hit series during one of the show's most important moments.

As it turns out, Suits has been experimenting with Keaton's music for a couple of seasons and found a number of songs they love and were a great thematic fit, but each time they didn’t cut in such a way as to showcase the material - until now.

"When I Go" is written by Keaton Simons, Smith Carlson and La...

Find Out What Went Down In 'Suits' Midseason Finale

8/27/2015 9:03am EDT
'Suits' Midseason Finale Recap And Review: 'Faith' - Time To Say
Suits has developed a reputation for delivering game-changing finales, and it's particularly enjoyed putting the screws to its characters this season, so you had to expect sparks from the midseason finale. But with "Faith," the show goes all in, basically calling its own bluffs and definitively altering how it goes forward from here on out.

But first, it's time for another flashback, except this one's about Mike. He finds his grandmother distraught downstairs in the family home, and she has to break the news that his parents didn't come home - they were killed in the car accident that we k...

5 Actors Who Should Join Pearson Specter Litt

8/26/2015 12:02pm EDT
'Suits': Five Other Actors Who Should Join Pearson Specter Litt
Tonight is the midseason finale for Suits, and most of the problems so far have been caused by Jack Soloff (John Pyper-Ferguson), a character who's worked at Pearson Specter Litt but never been seen before season five. That made us wonder: who else could pop up within the building? Furthermore, who else would we want to?

Check out our list of five actors that we think would make great attorneys at Pearson Specter Litt if the Suits writers ever need another recurring or guest star to emerge from the woodwork, and leave your hiring recommendations in the comments at the end of this article. ...

'Suits' Recap: 'Uninvited Guests'

8/20/2015 9:04am EDT
'Suits' Recap And Review: 'Uninvited Guests' - The Devils You Kn
We're just one episode away from the midseason break for Suits, which means it's time to throw gasoline on the fire. In "Uninvited Guests," Harvey and Mike continue to battle Hardman and Jack Soloff, while Rachel struggles with whether or not to tell her mother the truth about her future son-in-law. There's really no right answer to any of these questions, but who would want that?

Starting things off, Jessica is reminding Harvey to play nice just before the vote on his future. With that in his head, Harvey admits to the assembled partners that he did hit Louis and apologized to him but add...

‘Suits’ Hits Home With Some High Drama That Fans Will Remember

8/6/2015 9:08am EDT
'Suits' Recap And Review: 'Hitting Home' - All Out Of Bubblegum
This week's Suits may as well have aired as a two-hour block with last week's episode, because they mesh together into a perfect storm of office politics and high drama, culminating in another one of those scenes that fans are always going to remember. In "Hitting Home," to quote the late and fantastic "Rowdy" Roddy Piper, the lawyers of Pearson Specter Litt are here to kick ass and chew bubblegum...and they're all out of bubblegum.

Firstly, here's something you've never seen before on this show: a young Harvey, who walks in on his mom just after she's been in bed with the guy she's having...

Recap: This Week’s 'Suits' Is All About Trust

7/30/2015 9:02am EDT
'Suits' Recap And Review: 'Privilege' - Breakdown Of Trust
This week's Suits is all about things that are said in confidence and issues of trust, held together by some outstanding guest actors who turn things up another notch. 'Privilege' refers to a new wrench in the relationship between Harvey and his therapist, but they're not the only people figuring out who they can trust and just how much they can trust them.

Picking up generally where the last episode left off, Harvey's still upset about Dr. Agard bringing up his mother and Jessica wants Louis to relax. Mike is surprised that the "new Louis" is quoting Michael Jackson's "Man in the Mirror" ...

'Suits' Recap: Harvey And Mike Go 'Toe To Toe' With Travis Tanner

7/23/2015 9:03am EDT
'Suits' Recap And Review: 'Toe To Toe' - Can You Ever Trust An E
It wouldn't be a season of Suits without a guest appearance from Travis Tanner, who once again wreaks havoc in Harvey's life on multiple levels. But "Toe to Toe" is less about Tanner and what another fight with him says about our favorite TV lawyer - plus, how far will Louis go to undo his past misstep? Everyone's on the edge this week, and that includes the audience on the edge of their seats.

Harvey's still trying to get his stuff together, and that includes hallucinating Donna in bed with Tanner (Eric Close), which prompts him to head back to Dr. Agard (Christina Cox) for another shrink...

'Suits' Woman In Charge Weighs In On Season 5

7/22/2015 12:05pm EDT
'Suits': Gina Torres Discusses Jessica's Course In Season 5
There might be drama in the firm again on Suits, but that doesn't mean Jessica Pearson is going to take it. Starpulse spoke to the woman in charge herself, Gina Torres, to get some insight into Jessica's thoughts on the new season in the last of our interviews from the show's Toronto set.

While we left the show having gotten another look into Jessica's personal life, Gina doesn't think there's much room for that with all that's going on in season five. "I think Jessica's role on the show is quite specific," she said, "and it seems to me that audiences rely on her to be Big Mama, to hold it...

'Suits' Recap: 'No Puedo Hacerlo'

7/16/2015 9:06am EDT
'Suits' Recap And Review: 'No Puedo Hacerlo' - Family Warfare
The fifth season of Suits has so far pulled no punches (just the way we like it), and that's still the case with "No Puedo Hacerlo," which gets to the inevitable battle between Mike and his future father-in-law, as well as giving us plenty of strong female characters to enjoy throughout the episode. No one on this show takes anything easy, and that's what makes everything so entertaining.

Harvey and Mike run into each other in the lobby, with Mike gloating over receiving a settlement offer from the insurance company he and Robert Zane have been chasing. He then crosses paths with Katrina B...