'Suits' Season 2.5: Prepare With Series Rewind and a VIP Giveaway!
USA wants you to be prepared for the return of its hit original series Suits: the network is offering the entire series on demand, plus Starpulse readers have a chance to win a VIP prize package full of Suits gear!
The legal drama starring Patrick J. Adams and Gabriel Macht resumes its second season on January 17 - but if you're behind on episodes or just wanting to watch them over again, all 22 episodes from the show's entire run to date are available online, through your On Demand provider, or on Hulu. This includes both season one and season two.
In addition, the Paley Center for Media in Los Angeles is hosting a Q&A session with the cast and creator Aaron Korsh on Monday, January 14. The event has sold out, but fans can still follow along with the evening by following the Paley Center on Twitter (@paleycenter) and using the hashtag #PaleyLiveLA.
And if that's still not enough for you, USA has entrusted me with one VIP prize pack to give away to Starpulse's biggest Suits fan. Here's what's inside:
-Suits Custom Messenger Bag
-Suits Season One DVD
-Suits Character 6-piece Magnet Set
-Suits T-Shirt Set
-Suits Can Opener
-Ceiva Share 8-inch Digital Photo Frame with 1 Year Picture Plan Membership
The total value of the prize pack comes to $250.
Here's the legal fine print: The prize was provided by USA Network, but USA Network is not a sponsor, administrator, or involved in any other way with this giveaway. Contest open to US residents only.
Do you want to be the lucky one to get your hands on the VIP prize package? Then click on over to the contact page at my official site, enter your name and email address, and tell me what makes you Starpulse's biggest Suits fan! Contest closes at noon PST on January 17, 2012.
Stay tuned next week for more Suits Season 2.5 coverage, including previews, interviews and of course, a full recap of the midseason premiere!
(c)2012 Brittany Frederick. Appears at Starpulse with permission. All rights reserved. No reproduction permitted.
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