Suits tv schedule 2016

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16 Episodes 2016 - 2017

When Season 6 of the legal drama begins, everyone is at a very low point. Mike (Patrick J. Adams) is adjusting to life in prison, with questionable results, and Pearson Specter Litt is hit with a class action lawsuit contesting every case Mike ever worked on. Harvey (Gabriel Macht), Jessica (Gina Torres) and Louis (Rick Hoffman) decide to pool their money to settle the lawsuit, while Rachel (Meghan Markle) tries to deal with the temporary loss of her fiancé, and Donna (Sarah Rafferty) works hard to keep Harvey from acting impulsively. As the season progresses, the firm starts working on finding a way to get Mike out, while he lowers his chances of ever being released when he makes dangerous enemies among the other inmates.

Episode 1

To Trouble

Wed, Jul 13, 2016 60 mins

In the Season 6 premiere, Mike transitions to prison life; and Harvey and the others cope with the fallout of Mike's plea deal and try to stop what's left of PSL from collapsing.

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Episode 2

Accounts Payable

Wed, Jul 20, 2016 60 mins

PSL faces a class action lawsuit from former clients; and Mike has problems with a fellow prisoner.

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Episode 3

Back on the Map

Wed, Jul 27, 2016 60 mins

Mike tries to remain safe without breaking Danbury's unwritten rules; Jessica and Harvey try to land a whale; Louis searches for an office tenant; and Rachel faces a fellow student.

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Episode 4

Turn

Wed, Aug 3, 2016 60 mins

Mike may take a deal to reduce his sentence; Jessica and Louis have different ways of dealing with their new tenants; and Rachel represents a death-row inmate.

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Episode 5

Trust

Wed, Aug 10, 2016 60 mins

Mike tries to gain Kevin's trust while Harvey enacts a risky plan; Jessica mends the firm's reputation; Rachel runs into a roadblock; and Louis enlists Donna's help in a matter of the heart.

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Episode 6

Spain

Wed, Aug 17, 2016 60 mins

Harvey defends Sutter from Cahill; Mike's past threatens to derail his mission; Rachel and Jessica search for evidence to re-open Bailey's case; and Louis woos Tara with a trip to the Hamptons.

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Episode 7

Shake the Trees

Wed, Aug 24, 2016 60 mins

Harvey, Louis and Donna search for a link to Sutter's inside trading; Mike goes to extremes to get Kevin on his side; and Rachel and Jessica deliver bad news to Leonard Bailey.

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Episode 8

Borrowed Time

Wed, Aug 31, 2016 60 mins

Harvey rebuts Cahill's star witness; and Mike tries to deliver one of his own. In other events, Jessica and Rachel try to delay Leonard's execution; and Louis adjusts to life as "the other man."

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Episode 9

The Hand That Feeds You

Wed, Sep 7, 2016 60 mins

To protect Mike, Harvey contemplates returning Gallo to the streets; Jessica and Rachel have Bailey's case re-opened; and Louis faces his anxiety about Tara.

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Episode 10

P.S.L.

Wed, Sep 14, 2016 60 mins

Jessica and Rachel fight to save Leonard Bailey's life; and Harvey and Louis try to convince their oldest and most loyal client to stay in an attempt to keep other PSL clients from jumping ship.

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Episode 11

She's Gone

Wed, Jan 25, 2017 60 mins

Harvey, Louis and Donna plan for the future following Jessica's departure from PSL; Mike learns the difficulties of life for ex-convicts; and Rachel considers her post-law school options.

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Episode 12

The Painting

Wed, Feb 1, 2017 60 mins

Harvey tries to repair a broken relationship, leaving Louis, Donna and Rachel to manage PSL in his absence. Meanwhile, Mike gets a helping hand from an unexpected place.

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Episode 13

Teeth, Nose, Teeth

Wed, Feb 8, 2017 60 mins

Rachel receives a letter that creates an unexpected issue for Harvey and Louis; Mike's mentorship of Oliver and Marissa gets put to the test; and Donna gets a surprise from the IT department.

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Episode 14

Admission of Guilt

Wed, Feb 15, 2017 60 mins

Harvey and Mike walk a fine line when they partner on a class action; Louis needs Rachel's help impressing a client during an annual presentation; and Donna and Benjamin refine their product.

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Episode 15

Quid Pro Quo

Wed, Feb 22, 2017 60 mins

When Mike's class action hits a snag, it might cost him more than the case; Harvey, Louis and Rachel consider getting their hands dirty; and Donna and Benjamin seek an investor.

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Episode 16

Character and Fitness

Wed, Mar 1, 2017 60 mins

Mike needs Harvey and Rachel's help to overcome an impossible obstacle, or his dream of becoming a real lawyer is over; Donna's new venture hits a snag; and Louis tries to patch things up with Tara.

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Sours: https://www.tvguide.com/tvshows/suits/episodes-season-6/1000445716/

Suits Season 6: How Will Prison Change the Show?

The Suits Season 6 premiere is titled "To Trouble" -- a phrase several characters utter over the course of the hour as they take stock of their various predicaments.

You could argue that a certain type of trouble is what the show now finds itself in, after sending Mike (Patrick J. Adams) to prison for two years in the Season 5 finale and depleting Pearson Specter Litt of its partners, who bounced in the wake of Mike's trial.

When shows blow up their premise like Suits did, the reset can be an acquired taste. Though he was open to all ideas for Season 6, creator and executive producer Aaron Korsh tells TVGuide.com he followed his "gut" to keep Mike in prison and forego the easy way out -- e.g a time-jump or a loophole to spring him early.

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"What we've always tried to do when we do something is deal with the consequences, the fallout, just like our characters do," Korsh says. "I've said before, if [doing] something scares me, it's probably worth trying. Having Mike go to prison is scary and so is keeping him there. ... [But] I want to see Mike in prison and I think people do too."

To that end, the show wisely takes things slow on Wednesday's premiere, which covers Mike's first night in the clink, where he connects with his cellmate Frank (Paul Schulze) and butts heads with the prison counselor (Malcolm-Jamal Warner). Meanwhile, Harvey (Gabriel Macht), Jessica (Gina Torres), Louis (Rick Hoffman), Rachel (Meghan Markle) and Donna (Sarah Rafferty) try to pick up the pieces of their empty firm after the defected partners serve them with a lawsuit. This brave new world takes some getting used to for all of us.

The premiere is a bottle episode of sorts, deliberately paced and highlighting small, human moments (Harvey and Rachel reminiscing about the first times they met Mike, Jessica reminiscing about working up the ladder at the firm), while setting up big reveals by the end that give you an idea of how the season will go, and how it'll link both stories in a way that you won't feel like you're watching two different shows.

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This, of course, is not the first time the show has separated Mike from everybody else. Two years ago, he moved to investment banking, and the show connected the disparate plots by making Mike Harvey's client and having them duel in a takeover battle. It was an interminable, self-serious storyline that drained out all the fun and energy that define and are what we love about Suits.
There's a legitimate fear that this might happen again with the prison arc, but the main difference here is that Harvey and Mike are on the same side, even if they're physically on the opposite sides of those prison walls. Harvey still harbors guilt over Mike's fate and the show is at its best when they have each other's backs.

Korsh has also made a concerted effort to infuse their patented humor back into the show. "One of the things we really wanted to do this year was to get back to the fun, some of the funny and some of the fun," he says. In the premiere, there's a hilarious and very revealing side plot as Jessica tries to diffuse the tension between a bickering Harvey and Louis. It's classic Suits: sort of ridiculous, yet works in a way that doesn't feel out of place with the gravity of their situation.

And let it be known their situation is very serious. One of Suits' favorite retreads is the firm always being in jeopardy -- which, obviously, it again is, with zero partners and dwindling clients. But for once, it doesn't feel arbitrary for drama's sake (how many times can people try to take over the firm?). The stakes are higher and, coupled with Mike's imprisonment and the prison politics he has to navigate, there's a different sense of urgency and importance never before felt on the show. The question is no longer "Who will find out Mike's secret?" -- one that lost its impact the more people kept it on the DL -- but, for everyone, "How do you rebuild your life after losing everything?"

It's not as sexy or mysterious, but it can cause some trouble just the same.

Suits returns Wednesday at 9/8c on USA.

Sours: https://www.tvguide.com/news/suits-season-6-premiere-mike-prison/
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Television show information

Genre

Legal drama

Created by

Aaron Korsh

Starring

  • Gabriel Macht
  • Patrick J. Adams
  • Rick Hoffman
  • Meghan Markle
  • Sarah Rafferty
  • Gina Torres

Country of origin

United States

Original language(s)

English

Production

Distributor

NBCUniversal Television Distribution

Broadcast
Chronology

Suits is an Americanlegal dramatelevision series created and written by Aaron Korsh. The series premiered on June 23, 2011, on the cable network USA, and is produced by Universal Cable. Suits is set at a fictional law firm in New York City. The focal point of the show follows talented college dropout Mike Ross (Patrick J. Adams), who initially works as a law associate for Harvey Specter (Gabriel Macht), despite never actually attending law school.[1] The show focuses on Harvey and Mike managing to close cases while maintaining Mike's secret.[2]

Suits has been nominated for several awards since 2012, with Gina Torres and Patrick J. Adams receiving individual praise for their roles as Jessica Pearson and Mike Ross respectively. The show was nominated for Best Drama at the 2014 TV Guide Awards and Favorite Dramedy at the 2014 People's Choice Awards. Torres was nominated for Favorite TV Actress in a Supporting Role at the 2012 ALMA Awards and as Best Supporting Actress in Television at the 2013 Imagen Foundation Awards, while Adams was nominated for Outstanding Performance by a Male Actor in a Drama Series at the 2012 Screen Actors Guild Awards.

Season 6 premiered on July 1, 2016.[3] In August 2016, the series was renewed for a 16-episode seventh season,[4] which is set to premiere in the summer of 2017.

Series overview

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List of Suits episodes

Season 1 (2011)

Error: no text specified (help). Former law student Mike Ross makes a living illegally taking the LSAT for others. To pay for his grandmother's care, he agrees to deliver a case of marijuana for his best friend Trevor, a drug dealer. Mike astutely avoids being arrested in a sting, only to stumble into a job interview with Harvey Specter, called the best closer in the city. Mike's knowledge of the law impresses Harvey enough to win him the associate position, even though Mike doesn't have a license to practice law. Together they try cases for the firm while maintaining the secret that Mike is a fraud.

Season 2 (2012–13)

Error: no text specified (help). Jessica Pearson, managing partner, learns Mike's secret, but other issues take precedence when co-founding partner Daniel Hardman returns to the firm, pressuring Jessica and Harvey. Mike begins to foster a relationship with paralegal Rachel Zane, but finds himself pursuing other romantic entanglements after his grandmother's sudden death. Harvey and his secretary Donna face accusations of burying evidence and must discover the truth while keeping incriminating evidence from Hardman, who would use it to leverage a managing partner position. The intensifying threat from Hardman forces Jessica into a merger with a British firm headed by Edward Darby.

Season 3 (2013–14)

Error: no text specified (help). Darby's presence in the firm gives Harvey leverage to seek a position as name partner. Meanwhile, the merger causes Louis Litt to clash with his British counterpart. Darby International client Ava Hessington draws Harvey into a lengthy trial against his former mentor, and when the lawsuit turns into a murder charge, the arrest of Darby's "fixer" Stephen Huntley becomes grounds for a messy dissolution of the merger. Rachel gets accepted into law school at Columbia, and she and Mike move in together. Realizing that his fraud can't continue forever, Mike leaves newly renamed Pearson Specter to take a position as an investment banker.

Season 4 (2014–15)

Error: no text specified (help). Mike's new job puts him and Harvey on opposite sides of a takeover battle, causing the SEC to accuse them of collusion. When Mike is fired, Louis goes to extreme lengths to persuade Mike to come back to Pearson Specter, which put him in debt to shady billionaire investor Charles Forstman. Louis demands a name partner position, competing with Harvey, but his wrongdoings get him fired instead. When he realizes Mike never went to Harvard, he blackmails Jessica into rehiring him with the promotion he desired. Mike proposes to Rachel; Donna leaves Harvey to work for Louis.

Season 5 (2015–16)

Error: no text specified (help). Harvey struggles with losing Donna, and begins to open up to a therapist about his broken relationship with his mother. However, Louis's insecurity and desire to undermine Harvey create an opening for Jack Soloff, an ambitious partner who is being manipulated by Hardman. Rachel's wedding plans and her relationship with her parents are both overshadowed by Mike's secret. Mike and Harvey both resign to protect their future, but Mike is abruptly arrested for fraud. More and more people involved realize the allegations are true, and facing a tenacious Anita Gibbs, Mike turns himself in so that no one else will go to jail.

Season 6 (2016–17)

Error: no text specified (help). A two-year prison sentence puts Mike dangerously at the mercy of inmate Frank Gallo's grudge against Harvey. At Pearson Specter Litt, few employees remain to help. Rachel works an Innocence Project case for her law professor; Jessica assists pro bono but is distracted from matters at the firm, and chooses to leave her position to pursue her own life. Mike's roommate in prison proves key in a deal for Mike's freedom. He struggles with his fraud being public knowledge, but obtains a job at a legal clinic. Harvey helps both Rachel and Mike pass the bar, and persuades Mike to come back to the firm.

Cast and characters

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Main

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  • Gabriel Macht as Harvey Specter: a senior partner at Pearson Hardman, and the self-proclaimed best closer in New York City
  • Patrick J. Adams as Mike Ross: hired by Harvey as his personal associate, despite not having a license to practice law
  • Rick Hoffman as Louis Litt: Harvey's rival at the firm who oversees first year associates
  • Meghan Markle as Rachel Zane: a senior paralegal with dreams of going to law school
  • Sarah Rafferty as Donna Paulsen: Harvey's legal secretary and close confidante
  • Gina Torres as Jessica Pearson: co-founder and managing partner of Pearson Hardman

Recurring

  • Rebecca Schull as Edith Ross: Mike's late grandmother who raised him after his parents' deaths
  • David Costabile as Daniel Hardman: Founding partner and former managing partner of Pearson Hardman; he and Jessica once worked closely to overtake the firm's other managing partners, until Jessica discovered Hardman's embezzling and got him removed
  • Amanda Schull as Katrina Bennett: A former fifth-year associate hired by Harvey, she later becomes Louis' personal associate; following the fallout when Louis almost left the firm, she went to work for Robert Zane, Rachel's father
  • Max Topplin as Harold Gunderson: A socially awkward former Pearson Hardman associate who was repeatedly bullied by Louis; he now works at the firm Bratton Gould, and occasionally still crosses paths with Mike
  • David Reale as Benjamin: The "IT guy" at the firm who has made occasional appearances since season one; in season six, he is one of the few employees who does not quit following the fallout from Mike's conviction on fraud charges
  • Abigail Spencer as Dana "Scottie" Scott: Harvey's rival at Harvard, former girlfriend and former senior partner at Pearson Specter
  • Tom Lipinski as Trevor Evans: Mike's former best friend, a drug dealer who has since turned his life around
  • Vanessa Ray as Jenny Griffith: Trevor's girlfriend who later (briefly) became Mike's girlfriend
  • Eric Close as Travis Tanner: A rival lawyer of Harvey's who's a senior partner at Clyde McPhee, a firm in Boston
  • Gary Cole as Cameron Dennis: A former New York County (Manhattan) District Attorney and Harvey's mentor until Harvey discovers his illegal practices
  • Conleth Hill as Edward Darby: Was Jessica's partner at the firm during season 3, with 51% control of Pearson Darby
  • Adam Godley as Nigel Nesbitt: A senior partner at Darby International
  • Max Beesley as Stephen Huntley: Darby's right-hand man and "fixer", people refer to him as Harvey's British counterpart
  • Rachael Harris as Sheila Sazs: A high-ranking official in Harvard's placement department who is also Louis' on-and-off love interest
  • Diane Neal as Allison Holt: The managing partner of Bratton Gould and a friend of Daniel Hardman
  • Wendell Pierce as Robert Zane: A high-powered attorney, Rachel's father
  • Michelle Fairley as Ava Hessington: CEO of British oil company Hessington Oil; her father was Darby's first ever client
  • Brandon Firla as Jonathan Sidwell: An investment banker who Mike helps to start his own company; he hires Mike at the end of season 3, and fires him in season 4
  • Željko Ivanek as Eric Woodall: A former prosecutor in the U.S. Attorney's office who is now working as an SEC prosecutor; he has a personal vendetta against Harvey
  • Eric Roberts as Charles Forstman: A corrupt billionaire investor who crosses paths with Mike and Harvey; he later lands in prison for bribing the SEC
  • D. B. Woodside as Jeff Malone: An SEC prosecutor and Jessica's lover, hired by the firm for a time, until he leaves and breaks up with Jessica
  • Brendan Hines as Logan Sanders: Harvey's client in the case regarding the acquisition of Gillis Industries; he is revealed to be Rachel's former boyfriend
  • Neal McDonough as Sean Cahill: A zealous SEC prosecutor who is determined to take down Pearson Specter; he and Harvey later exchange favors, despite their adversarial relationship
  • Christina Cole as Dr. Paula Agard: Harvey's therapist
  • Aloma Wright as Gretchen Bodinski: Harvey's new secretary after Donna goes to work for Louis
  • John Pyper-Ferguson as Jack Soloff: An ambitious senior partner at Pearson Specter Litt
  • Billy Miller as Marcus Specter: Harvey's younger brother
  • Leslie Hope as Anita Gibbs: The prosecutor who puts Mike on trial for fraud, with the ultimate goal of getting Mike to turn on Harvey in order to save himself
  • Farid Yazdani as David Green: The prosecutor's associate who has a shady past with Mike Ross
  • Paul Schulze as Frank Gallo: Mike's antagonist in prison; it is revealed Harvey prosecuted Gallo while still working for Cameron Dennis
  • Erik Palladino as Kevin Miller: Mike's cellmate and confidante in prison, he is revealed to be William Sutter's son-in-law
  • Malcolm-Jamal Warner as Julius Rowe: A prison counselor
  • Glenn Plummer as Leonard Bailey: A death row inmate whom Rachel tries to help exonerate when she takes an assignment for the Innocence Project
  • Ian Reed Kesler as Stu Buzzini: An investment trader who sublets space in the Pearson Specter Litt offices and becomes a thorn in the side of Louis
  • Alan Rosenberg as William Sutter: The target of an insider trading investigation by Sean Cahill; he is the key person in a deal Cahill makes with Harvey to get Mike out of prison early
  • Carly Pope as Tara Messer: Louis' new love interest

Production

Development

Suits first appeared on USA network's development slate under the title A Legal Mind in April 2010.[5] On April 5, 2010, USA announced that it was developing seven new pilots for its 2010-2011 television season, including A Legal Mind, which would later become Suits.[6][7] The premiere was written by Aaron Korsh, and David Bartis and Gene Klein served as executive producers.[7][8] It was later announced on May 17, 2010 that USA ordered a ninety-minute cast-contingent pilot for the series.[9] The network later picked up A Legal Mind on January 19, 2011 and ordered eleven one-hour episodes in addition to the 90-minute pilot.[10][11]

Creator Aaron Korsh, whose Notes from the Underbellysitcom was canceled during the 2007-2008 Writers' Strike, wrote a spec script intended to be a "half-hour Entourage-type based on my experiences working on Wall Street." He later realized that the project should have hour-long episodes. Korsh and his agent took the script to several production companies and wanted to give the script to Universal Media Studios. However, Korsh found it odd that the studio did not want to sell the script to NBC, the network the studio typically worked with. Korsh's agent convinced USA Network executive Alex Sepiol that although the series was neither a procedural nor what the network typically did, he would like the characters. Sepiol approved of the script, and by then, Hypnotic Films & Television signed on to the project. The team pitched the script to USA, which bought the script after the pitch. Korsh did not pitch it to anyone else. When rewriting the script, Korsh made only small changes to the first half-hour, up to when Mike is hired. Originally, Mike did not take LSATs for others and only pretends to have attended Harvard, as opposed to pretending he attended Harvard and has a law degree. Korsh noted that there is no degree or test needed, to work on Wall Street and be a mathematical genius, unlike the bar examination in law. He decided to "embrace" this difference and change the premise.[12]

The pilot episode was filmed in New York City, where the series is set.[13] The rest of the series is filmed in Toronto (at Downsview Park Studios), where the sets are built to be identical to the New York law offices seen in the pilot.[14] To promote the series debut, USA had an advance screening of the pilot on June 2, 2011, at the Hudson River Park and distributed free Häagen-Dazs Sundaes cones at the viewing.[15][16] The network also had a branded ice cream carts, bikes, and scooters give away at the Sundaes and USA/Entertainment Weekly 2011 promotion summer guides on June 22 and 23. They also held the promotion in New York, Los Angeles, Chicago, San Francisco, and Boston to endorse the pilot.[15][17]

Casting and marketing

The season was created by Aaron Korsh and was aired on the USA Network in the United States. The season was produced by Hypnotic Films & Television and Universal Cable Productions. The executive producers were Korsh, Doug Liman, and David Bartis. The staff writers were: Korsh with three writing credits; Sean Jablonski, Jon Cowan, Ethan Drogin, and Rick Muirragui with two each; and Erica Lipez with one. The directors throughout the season were Kevin Bray, John Scott, Dennie Gordon, Kate Woods, Terry McDonough, Tim Matheson, Norberto Barba, Felix Alcala, Jennifer Getzinger, and Mike Smith. The first role in which a casting spot was filled was for Patrick J. Adams, who was cast in the lead role of Mike Ross in July 2010.[18] In late July, Gabriel Macht joined the main cast as Harvey Specter.[19] Rick Hoffman came on board in mid-August to portray Harvey's competition, Louis, at the law firm.[20] Meghan Markle and Gina Torres soon joined the cast in late August, who were set to play Rachel Zane and Jessica Pearson respectively.[21] Sarah Rafferty completed the main cast as Donna, and the pilot was filmed in New York City in the fall of 2010.[22][23]

The series was soon commissioned with a 12-episode order on January 19, 2011. The series began filming in Toronto on April 25, 2011, and completed on August 12, 2011 in New York City.[24][25] Post production for the series was done at Cherry Beach Sound.[26] "Greenback Boogie" by Ima Robot serves as the theme song of the show and was released as a single on September 18, 2010, and is included on the band's third album, Another Man's Treasure.

A deleted scene leaked onto YouTube shows Victor Garber as Phillip Hardman, originally part of the pilot, but was ultimately cut during script rewrites. It shows that Hardman had retired from the firm on his own accord. Despite being cut for US audiences, the scene was left in for British viewers when it was first aired, and the scene continues to be included in re-runs.[27]

Broadcast and home media

The first season premiered on June 23, 2011 and concluded on September 8, 2011. It ran for 12 episodes, including a 90-minute pilot. The complete first season was available on Region 1 DVD on May 1, 2012 and Region A Blu-ray on March 11, 2013.

Suits was renewed for a second season consisting of 16 episodes on August 11, 2011,[28] which premiered on June 14, 2012.[29] The mid-season finale aired on August 23, 2012, with the remaining six episodes returning on January 17, 2013. The complete second season was available on Region 1 DVD on December 2, 2013, and Region A Blu-ray on January 11, 2014.

On October 12, 2012, the show was renewed for a third season of 16 episodes.[30] Season 3 premiered on July 16, 2013, with the final six episodes airing after March 6, 2014. The complete third season was available on December 22, 2014, on Region 1 DVD and was released on Region A Blu-ray on January 3, 2015.

A fourth season of 16 episodes was announced on October 24, 2013.[31] Season 4 premiered on June 11, 2014, with the mid-season finale on August 6, 2014. The complete fourth season was available on June 8, 2015, on Region 1 DVD and was released on Region A Blu-ray on July 11, 2015.

On August 11, 2014, USA Network announced a fifth season of 16 episodes,[32] which premiered on June 24, 2015.[33]

On July 1, 2015, Suits was renewed for a sixth season consisting of 16 episodes and premiered on July 13, 2016.[34]

The series is available through streaming services on Amazon Video,[35]iTunes,[36]Vudu,[37] and Xfinity.[38]

In the United Kingdom and Ireland, Suits is broadcast on Dave.

Reception

Critical reception

Suits has received generally favorable reviews on Metacritic.[39][40][41] On Rotten Tomatoes, the series holds an 88% approval rating with the Season 3 consensus reading, "Though it's occasionally overly wordy, Suits stimulates with drama derived from the strength of its well-developed characters' relationships."[42] Carrie Raisler of The A.V. Club said, "Suits has more internal forward momentum than most anything else on television right now, and when it's on, like it mostly is here, it just cooks."[43] Julie Hinds of The Detroit Free Press said, "The combination of Gabriel Macht as slick attorney Harvey Specter and Patrick J. Adams as unlicensed legal genius Mike Ross has been a winning one."[44]

Ratings

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Awards and nominations

Spin-off

USA is in early talks for a potential Jessica Pearson spin-off.[48] Torres will star in and produce the spin-off.[49]

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Suits (American TV series)

American legal drama television series

Suits is an American legal drama television series created and written by Aaron Korsh. The series premiered on USA Network on June 23, 2011 and is produced by Universal Cable Productions. The series concluded on September 25, 2019.

Suits is set at a fictionalNew York Citylaw firm and follows talented college dropout Mike Ross (Patrick J. Adams), who starts working as a law associate for Harvey Specter (Gabriel Macht) despite never having attended Harvard Law School.[1] The show focuses on Harvey and Mike closing cases, while maintaining Mike's secret.[2] The show also features the characters Louis Litt (Rick Hoffman), Rachel Zane (Meghan Markle), Donna Paulsen (Sarah Rafferty), and Jessica Pearson (Gina Torres).

On January 30, 2018, the series was renewed for an eighth season without Adams and Markle,[3] and Katherine Heigl joined the cast as Samantha Wheeler. Recurring characters Alex Williams (Dulé Hill) and Katrina Bennett (Amanda Schull) were promoted to series regulars.[4] The show was renewed for a 10-episode ninth and final season on January 23, 2019, which premiered on July 17, 2019.[5][6]

Throughout its run, Suits was nominated for several awards, with Torres and Adams receiving individual praise. Besides two nominations recognizing her role as a supporting actress, Torres was awarded Outstanding Performance in a Television Series at the 2013 NHMC Impact Awards. Adams was nominated for Outstanding Performance by a Male Actor in a Drama Series at the 2012 Screen Actors Guild Awards. The show itself was nominated for two People's Choice Awards. The show's success spawned a short-lived spin-off, Pearson, centered on Jessica Pearson's entry into Chicago politics, which premiered alongside the final season of Suits on July 17, 2019.[7][8][9]

Series overview[edit]

Main article: List of Suits episodes

Season 1 (2011)[edit]

Main article: Suits (season 1)

Expelled student Mike Ross makes a living illegally taking the Law School Admission Test for others. He decided to start doing this in order to pay for his grandmother's care. In the pilot episode of the show, Mike agrees to deliver a case of marijuana for his best friend Trevor, a drug dealer, for a large payout. Mike astutely avoids being arrested in a sting, only to stumble into a job interview with Harvey Specter, called the best closer in the city. Mike's tenacity and knowledge of the law impress Harvey enough to win him the associate position, even though Mike didn't attend Harvard, a usual prerequisite, and lacks credentials to legally practice law. Together they try cases for the firm Pearson Hardman while maintaining the secret that Mike is a fraud. The first season also introduces us to Mike’s and Rachel’s chemistry and gives the audience a romantic perspective to the show, something which creates a parallel story-line throughout the first season.

Season 2 (2012–13)[edit]

Main article: Suits (season 2)

Jessica Pearson, the managing partner, learns Mike's secret, but other issues take precedence when co-founding partner Daniel Hardman returns to the firm, pressuring Jessica and Harvey. Tensions rise between the Jessica and Harvey duo against Louis Litt as he takes Daniel Hardman's side to be named senior partner. Mike begins to foster a relationship with paralegal Rachel Zane, but finds himself pursuing other romantic entanglements after his grandmother's sudden death. Harvey and his secretary Donna face accusations of burying evidence and must discover the truth while keeping incriminating evidence from Hardman, who would use it to leverage a managing partner position. The intensifying threat from Hardman forces Jessica into a merger with a British firm headed by Edward Darby. Mike tells Rachel his secret.

Season 3 (2013–14)[edit]

Main article: Suits (season 3)

Darby's presence in the firm gives Harvey leverage to seek a position as a named partner. Meanwhile, the merger causes senior partner Louis Litt to clash with his British counterpart. Darby International client Ava Hessington draws Harvey into a lengthy trial against his former mentor, and the lawsuit turns into a murder charge. Realizing that his fraud can't continue forever, Mike leaves newly renamed Pearson Specter to take a position as an investment banker.

Season 4 (2014–15)[edit]

Main article: Suits (season 4)

Mike's new job puts him and Harvey on opposite sides of a takeover battle, causing the SEC to accuse them of collusion. When Mike is fired, Louis goes to extreme lengths to persuade Mike to come back to Pearson Specter, rather than working for shady billionaire investor Charles Forstman. Louis demands a name partner position, competing with Harvey, but his wrongdoings get him fired instead. When he realizes Mike never went to Harvard, he blackmails Jessica into rehiring him with the promotion he desired. Mike proposes to Rachel; Donna leaves Harvey to work for Louis.

Season 5 (2015–16)[edit]

Main article: Suits (season 5)

Harvey struggles with losing Donna and begins to open up to a therapist about his broken relationship with his mother. Louis' insecurity, however, and desire to undermine Harvey create an opening for Jack Soloff, an ambitious partner who is being manipulated by Hardman. Rachel's wedding plans and her relationship with her parents are both overshadowed by Mike's secret. Mike and Harvey both resign to protect their future, but Mike is abruptly arrested for fraud. More and more people involved realize the allegations are true, and facing tenacious prosecutor Anita Gibbs, Mike accepts a plea bargain, pleads guilty, and turns himself in so that no one else will go to jail. At the wedding, Mike tells Rachel that he will not marry her now but if she still wants him in two years then he will marry her after getting out of prison. Harvey escorts him to prison making their last few goodbyes.

Season 6 (2016–17)[edit]

Main article: Suits (season 6)

A two-year prison sentence puts Mike at the mercy of Frank Gallo, an inmate with a grudge against Harvey. At Pearson Specter Litt, few employees remain to help. Rachel works an Innocence Project case for her law professor; Jessica assists pro bono but is distracted from matters at the firm, and chooses to leave her position to pursue her own life. Mike's cellmate proves pivotal in a deal for Mike's freedom, which he ultimately wins when he secretively catches a murder attempt by Frank on camera. He struggles with his fraud being public knowledge but obtains a job at a legal clinic. Harvey helps both Rachel and Mike pass the bar, and persuades Mike to come back to the firm.

Season 7 (2017–18)[edit]

Main article: Suits (season 7)

Everyone at the firm struggles to adjust to a new normal without Jessica. Donna takes a position as COO, and Harvey's friend Alex joins the team. Harvey begins dating his former therapist, Paula; Louis' sessions with Dr. Lipschitz, his therapist, have mixed results. Rachel begins her career as an attorney, having passed the bar. Mike continues to work pro bono cases at the clinic, with Harvey's blessing, but one of the cases puts Alex, Harvey and others at risk. Louis and Sheila reconnect; as does Jessica with her family in Chicago. Mike and Rachel accept a job offer in Seattle to run their own firm that takes on class-action suits, and get married before leaving. As the season closes, a case that puts Specter Litt in danger is found to be the work of Robert Zane's partners, Ellen Rand and Eric Kaldor. When Zane finds out, he joins forces with Specter Litt.

Season 8 (2018–19)[edit]

Main article: Suits (season 8)

As Mike and Rachel leave after getting married, Robert Zane is now the managing partner of Zane Specter Litt, with Donna remaining in her COO role. Robert hires a new senior partner, his right hand and fixer Samantha Wheeler. Wheeler later becomes a name partner alongside Alex Williams. Louis learns that Sheila is pregnant. Katrina Bennett makes senior partner, and struggles with romantic feelings for her married personal associate. Donna and Harvey finally admit their feelings for one another as Season 8 ends, but Donna's mishandling of client/boyfriend Thomas Kessler forces Zane to sacrifice his legal career for the good of the firm.

Season 9 (2019)[edit]

Main article: Suits (season 9)

With Robert now disbarred, Faye Richardson, a special master from the bar is sent to oversee the firm due to the perception of the underhanded tactics they have been involved with for years. Faye is out to dismantle and destroy the firm, but has a few skeletons of her own that can be used to take her down. At the end of the season: Louis marries Sheila, Sheila gives birth to their baby, Harvey marries Donna and they move to be with Mike and Rachel in Seattle. Louis makes Katrina a name partner and remains to lead the firm, now known as Litt Wheeler Williams Bennett.

Cast and characters[edit]

Main article: List of Suits characters

Gabriel Macht at a promotional event for Suits
  • Gabriel Macht as Harvey Reginald Specter: The self-proclaimed "best closer in the city" and Jessica Pearson's right-hand. Harvey has been a name partner since the firm was named "Pearson Darby Specter" but resigns from "Specter Litt Wheeler Williams" in Season 9. He marries Donna Paulsen in the Season 9 finale and goes to live in Seattle with Mike Ross and Rachel Zane.
  • Patrick J. Adams as Michael James "Mike" Ross (main seasons 1–7; recurring season 9):[10] Mike was hired by Harvey Specter to be his personal associate, despite not having a license to practice law. In Season 5, Mike gets caught and, in order to protect Jessica Pearson, Harvey, and Louis Litt, he takes a deal to serve two years in prison. In Season 6, Mike takes a deal to get out early and – in the season finale – passes the Bar to finally become a legal lawyer. He marries Rachel Zane and moves to Seattle in the Season 7 finale. He returns in Season 9 to help Harvey, Louis, Alex and Samantha oust Faye Richardson from the firm.
  • Rick Hoffman as Louis Marlowe Litt: Louis had a grudge against Harvey Specter, but they later became best friends. He has been a name partner at the firm since it was called Pearson Specter Litt. In Season 4, Louis uses Mike Ross' secret to strong-arm Jessica Pearson (the firm's managing partner) into making him a name partner – thus creating Pearson Specter Litt. He is the current managing partner off "Litt Wheeler Williams Bennett" and loves the members of the firm like family. He is married to Sheila Sazs who gives birth to their daughter, Lucy Litt, in the Season 9 finale. He considers the firm's associates his biggest successes, having been their tough-but-thorough mentor.
  • Meghan Markle as Rachel Elizabeth Zane (main seasons 1–7):[11] Rachel is the daughter of Robert Zane, one of the best lawyers in the city. Despite getting a job offer at his firm (Rand, Kaldor, Zane), Rachel goes to work as a senior paralegal at Pearson Hardman. She later becomes an associate at Pearson Specter Litt – the first one who attended a law school other than Harvard. She marries Mike Ross and moves to Seattle in the Season 7 finale.
  • Sarah Rafferty as Donna Roberta Paulsen: Harvey Specter's former secretary and confidante. She goes to work for Louis Litt as his secretary in Season 5 but later returns to Harvey. She is one of the only people alongside Louis, Harvey, Jessica Pearson, Rachel Zane, and Benjamin to stay at Pearson Specter Litt after Mike Ross is caught and sentenced to prison for two years for practising law without a degree. In Season 7, she becomes the COO of PSL. Due to Donna's mishandling of client/boyfriend Thomas Kessler in Season 8, Daniel Hardman puts a case on Zane Specter Litt Wheeler Williams which results in Robert Zane taking the fall for Donna's mistake and Zane getting disbarred. Harvey and Donna get together by Season 8's end and get married in the Season 9 finale.
  • Gina Torres as Jessica Lourdes Pearson (main seasons 1–7):[12] Jessica Pearson co-founded Pearson Hardman with Daniel Hardman. In the Season 1 finale, she found out that Harvey's associate (Mike Ross) was practising law without a degree but could not do anything since Hardman (who left Pearson Hardman years ago) had returned after his wife's death. So, after a long waged battle in Season 2, Jessica removed Hardman's name off the wall and merged with Edward Darby, creating Pearson Darby. She then promoted Harvey to name partner in Season 3 and removed Edward Darby's name off the wall, creating Pearson Specter. In Season 4, Louis Litt leveraged Mike Ross' fraud into becoming a name partner. In Season 6, Mike was caught and sentenced to two years in prison; however, he was able to save Jessica, Louis, and Harvey from being put in prison. In mid-season 6, Jessica chose to leave PSL and move to Chicago with her lover, Jeff Malone. However, prosecutor Anita Gibbs' attack on Mike forced Jessica to return and proclaim that she was the only one who knew about Mike Ross' fraud – causing her to get disbarred. She appeared in Season 7 on various occasions.
  • Amanda Schull as Katrina Amanda Bennett (recurring seasons 2–7; main seasons 8–9):[13] A former fifth-year associate hired by Harvey and later Louis' personal associate; in the fallout when Louis almost left the firm, she went to work for Robert Zane, Rachel's father, but returned to Specter Litt in season 6 and became a senior partner in season 8. By the end of the series, she is a named partner of Litt Wheeler Williams Bennett.
  • Dulé Hill as Alex Williams (recurring season 7; main seasons 8–9): Harvey's old friend who was a partner at Bratton Gould; Harvey hires him as a senior partner at Specter Litt and he later becomes a named partner at Zane Specter Litt Wheeler Williams.
  • Katherine Heigl as Samantha Wheeler (main seasons 8–9):[4] A talented new partner at Zane Specter Litt, previously known as Robert Zane's "right-hand man", who challenges the status quo and later becomes a named partner at Zane Specter Litt Wheeler Williams, Specter Litt Wheeler Williams and finally Litt Wheeler Williams Bennett.

Production[edit]

Development[edit]

Suits first appeared on USA Network's development slate under the title A Legal Mind in April 2010.[14] On April 5, 2010, USA announced that it was developing seven new pilots for its 2010–2011 television season, including A Legal Mind, which would later become Suits.[15][16] The premiere was written by Aaron Korsh, and David Bartis and Gene Klein served as executive producers.[16][17][18][19]

Creator Aaron Korsh, whose Notes from the Underbelly sitcom was canceled during the 2007–2008 Writers' strike, wrote a spec script intended to be a "half-hour Entourage-type based on my experiences working on Wall Street." He later realized that the project should have hour-long episodes. Korsh and his agent took the script to several production companies and wanted to give the script to Universal Media Studios. However, Korsh found it odd that the studio did not want to sell the script to NBC, the network the studio typically worked with. Korsh's agent convinced USA Network executive Alex Sepiol that although the series was neither a procedural nor what the network typically did, he would like the characters. Sepiol approved of the script, and by then, Hypnotic Films & Television signed on to the project. The team pitched the script to USA network, which bought the script after the pitch. Korsh did not pitch it to anyone else. When rewriting the script, Korsh made only small changes to the first half-hour, up to when Mike is hired. Originally, Mike did not take LSATs for others and only pretends to have attended Harvard, as opposed to pretending he attended Harvard and has a law degree. Korsh noted that there is no degree or test needed, to work on Wall Street and be a mathematical genius, unlike the bar examination in law. He decided to "embrace" this difference and change the premise.[20]

The pilot episode was filmed in New York City, where the series is set.[21] The rest of the series is filmed in Toronto (at Downsview Park Studios), where the sets are built to be identical to the New York law offices seen in the pilot.[22] To promote the series debut, USA had an advance screening of the pilot on June 2, 2011, at the Hudson River Park and distributed free Häagen-Dazs Sundaes cones at the viewing.[23][24] The network also had a branded ice cream carts, bikes, and scooters give away at the Sundaes and USA/Entertainment Weekly 2011 promotion summer guides on June 22 and 23. They also held the promotion in New York City, Los Angeles, Chicago, San Francisco, and Boston to endorse the pilot.[23][25]

Casting and marketing[edit]

The season was created by Aaron Korsh and was aired on the USA Network in the United States. The season was produced by Hypnotic Films & Television and Universal Cable Productions. The executive producers were Korsh, Doug Liman, and David Bartis. The staff writers were: Korsh with three writing credits; Sean Jablonski, Jon Cowan, Ethan Drogin, and Rick Muirragui with two each; and Erica Lipez with one. The directors throughout the season were Kevin Bray, John Scott, Dennie Gordon, Kate Woods, Terry McDonough, Tim Matheson, Norberto Barba, Felix Alcala, Jennifer Getzinger, and Mike Smith. The first role in which a casting spot was filled was for Patrick J. Adams, who was cast in the lead role of Mike Ross in July 2010.[26] In late July, Gabriel Macht joined the main cast as Harvey Specter.[27]Rick Hoffman came on board in mid-August to portray Harvey's competition, Louis, at the law firm.[28]Meghan Markle and Gina Torres soon joined the cast in late August, who were set to play Rachel Zane and Jessica Pearson respectively.[29]Sarah Rafferty completed the main cast as Donna, and the pilot was filmed in New York City in the fall of 2010.[30][31]

The series was soon commissioned with a 12-episode order on January 19, 2011. The series began filming in Toronto on April 25, 2011, and completed on August 12, 2011, in New York City.[32][33] Post production for the series was done at Cherry Beach Sound.[34] "Greenback Boogie" by Ima Robot serves as the theme song of the show and was released as a single on September 18, 2010, and is included on the band's third album, Another Man's Treasure.

A deleted scene leaked onto YouTube shows Victor Garber as Phillip Hardman, originally part of the pilot, but was ultimately cut during script rewrites. It shows that Hardman had retired from the firm on his own accord. Despite being cut for American audiences, the scene was left in for British viewers when it was first aired, and the scene continues to be included in re-runs.[35]

Broadcast and home media[edit]

The first season premiered on June 23, 2011, and concluded on September 8, 2011. It ran for 12 episodes, including a 90-minute pilot. The complete first season was available on Region 1 DVD on May 1, 2012, and Region A/B Blu-ray on April 10, 2014.

Suits was renewed for a second season consisting of 16 episodes on August 11, 2011,[36] which premiered on June 14, 2012.[37] The mid-season finale aired on August 23, 2012, with the remaining six episodes returning on January 17, 2013. The complete second season was available on Region 1 DVD on December 2, 2013, and Region A/B Blu-ray on June 26, 2014. On October 12, 2012, the show was renewed for a third season of 16 episodes.[38] Season 3 premiered on July 16, 2013, with the final six episodes airing after March 6, 2014. The complete third season was available on December 22, 2014, on Region 1 DVD and was released on Region A/B Blu-ray on September 1, 2014. A fourth season of 16 episodes was announced on October 24, 2013.[39] Season 4 premiered on June 11, 2014, with the mid-season finale on August 6, 2014. The complete fourth season was available on June 8, 2015, on Region 1 DVD and was released on Region A/B Blu-ray on June 8, 2015. On August 11, 2014, USA Network announced a fifth season of 16 episodes,[40] which premiered on June 24, 2015.[41] The complete fifth season was available on May 31, 2016 Region 1 DVD and was released on Region A/B Blu-ray on June 6, 2016. The complete sixth season was available on Region 1 DVD on May 30, 2017 and was released on Region A/B Blu-ray on May 29, 2017.

On July 1, 2015, Suits was renewed for a sixth season consisting of 16 episodes and premiered on July 13, 2016.[42] The series is available through streaming services on Amazon Video,[43]iTunes,[44]Vudu,[45] and Xfinity.[46] In the United Kingdom and Ireland, the first six seasons of Suits were broadcast on Dave, but the channel chose to drop the series before Season 7, causing Netflix to pick up the UK rights, streaming the programme less than 24 hours after its U.S. broadcast. Netflix did not pick up the rights for Ireland.[47] The series has not been released on Blu-ray in the United States or in Canada, but Region A/B releases are readily available in the United Kingdom, Germany, Italy and Spain.

Reception[edit]

Critical reception[edit]

Suits has received positive reviews on Metacritic.[48][49][50] On Rotten Tomatoes, the series holds a 91% approval rating with the Season 3 consensus reading, "Though it's occasionally overly wordy, Suits stimulates with drama derived from the strength of its well-developed characters' relationships."[51] Carrie Raisler of The A.V. Club said, "Suits has more internal forward momentum than [al]most anything else on television right now, and when it's on, like it mostly is here, it just cooks."[52] Julie Hinds of The Detroit Free Press said, "The combination of Gabriel Macht as slick attorney Harvey Specter and Patrick J. Adams as unlicensed legal genius Mike Ross has been a winning one."[53]

Ratings[edit]

See also: List of Suits episodes § Ratings

Awards and nominations[edit]

Spin-off[edit]

Main article: Pearson (TV series)

In February 2017, USA began early talks for a potential Jessica Pearson spin-off.[87] Gina Torres would star in and produce the spin-off.[88] In August 2017, it was revealed that the season 7 finale of Suits would serve as a backdoor pilot to the potential Jessica Pearson spin-off series.[89] On March 8, 2018, it was announced the Jessica Pearson spin-off was picked up to series.[7][90] On January 17, 2019, it was announced the spin-off would be called Pearson, titled after the main star's character.[91] On May 1, 2019, it was announced that the series will premiere on July 17, 2019.[9] In October 2019, the series was canceled after a single season.[92]

Remakes[edit]

Main articles: Suits (South Korean TV series) and Suits (Japanese TV series)

Jang Dong-gun and Park Hyung-sik star in a Korean remake of the series, which is produced by Monster Union and EnterMedia Pictures and was broadcast on KBS2 in 2018.[93]

Yūji Oda and Yuto Nakajima play leading roles in a Japanese remake broadcast by Fuji Television in 2018.[94]

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Suits is an American television drama series created by Aaron Korsh, which premiered on June 23, 2011 on the USA Network. It revolves around Mike Ross (Patrick J. Adams), who begins working as a law associate for Harvey Specter (Gabriel Macht), despite never attending law school. The show focuses on Harvey and Mike managing to close cases, while maintaining Mike's secret.

The series was renewed for an eighth season on January 30, 2018.[1] In January 2019, the series was renewed for a ninth and final season which premiered on July 17, 2019.[2] During the course of the series, 134 episodes of Suits aired over nine seasons, between June 23, 2011, and September 25, 2019.

Series overview[edit]

Episodes[edit]

Season 1 (2011)[edit]

Main article: Suits (season 1)

Season 2 (2012–13)[edit]

Main article: Suits (season 2)

Season 3 (2013–14)[edit]

Main article: Suits (season 3)

Season 4 (2014–15)[edit]

Main article: Suits (season 4)

Season 5 (2015–16)[edit]

Main article: Suits (season 5)

Season 6 (2016–17)[edit]

Main article: Suits (season 6)

Season 7 (2017–18)[edit]

Main article: Suits (season 7)

Season 8 (2018–19)[edit]

Main article: Suits (season 8)

Season 9 (2019)[edit]

Main article: Suits (season 9)

Special[edit]

Ratings[edit]

Suits : U.S. viewers per episode (millions)
SeasonEpisode number
12345678910111213141516
14.643.894.534.384.384.444.033.964.453.823.963.47N/A
23.473.803.883.703.723.893.413.424.004.483.573.753.363.072.903.20
32.932.892.482.992.792.762.793.522.953.162.282.282.352.532.502.40
42.502.652.762.422.332.702.812.592.592.761.871.671.461.701.801.55
52.132.272.162.382.102.162.082.312.302.341.741.511.711.581.731.71
61.851.651.781.811.511.681.831.881.871.921.371.531.281.211.251.13
71.401.361.411.411.291.471.351.511.641.681.181.060.950.991.091.07
81.271.181.161.091.151.221.131.301.071.080.820.910.770.780.690.74
91.041.040.941.000.961.051.070.970.960.86N/A
Audience measurement performed by Nielsen Media Research[138][citation needed]

Home video releases[edit]

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