Suits 4 Seasons 2011

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Harvey's efforts to free an innocent man hit a wall when he goes against the new district attorney, who seems more focused on the integrity of the system than justice.

Starring:
Gabriel Macht, Patrick J. Adams
Runtime:
43 minutes
Original air date:
September 8, 2011

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Dogfight

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    1. Suits - Pilot When Harvey's promotion requires him to recruit and hire a graduate of Harvard Law, he chooses Mike Ross. The only problem is; Ross doesn't actually have a law degree. Bound by their secret, the two are forced to rely on Ross's book smarts and hustling skills to keep up the charade.

    TV-14 1h 13min June 23, 2011
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    2. Errors And Omissions An open and close case becomes anything but when Harvey's accused of an inappropriate dalliance with a married woman. Louis forces Mike to make a difficult decision, one that could net the firm a wealthy client, but cost him Harvey's respect.

    TV-14 43min June 30, 2011
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    3. Inside Track Jessica hopes Harvey's promotion will rein him in, but when a crisis arises with the first client he brought into the firm, Harvey goes rogue trying to fix it.

    TV-14 43min July 7, 2011
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    4. Dirty Little Secrets Harvey and Jessica's relationship is tested when Harvey defends someone from her past. Also, Louis assigns Mike his first solo case, a pro bono that has him itching for a win.

    TV-14 44min July 14, 2011
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    5. Bail Out Mike's life becomes complicated when an old friend reappears and needs his help. Harvey must decide between closing a multi-million dollar deal and helping his trusted driver defend himself against a law suit.

    TV-14 43min July 21, 2011
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    6. Tricks of the Trade Harvey and Mike work to save a woman wrongly accused of insider trading. Mike helps Rachel study for the LSAT, only to find out she is on the brink of discovering his closely guarded secret.

    TV-14 43min July 28, 2011
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    7. Play the Man It's mock trial time at Pearson Hardman as Mike faces off against Louis' protege Devon. But the tension between Mike and Rachel threatens to torpedo his case. Abigail Spencer guest stars.

    TV-14 43min August 4, 2011
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    8. Identity Crisis Mike is tasked with reigning in a modern day Robin Hood whose illicit deeds are putting a client's business at risk. Also, Louis must resolve his differences with Harvey to win a case. Amanda Crew and Bruce Altman guest star.

    TV-14 44min August 11, 2011
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    9. Undefeated An undefeated lawyer's shady tactics keep him one step ahead of Harvey, who must decide if he's willing to compromise his ethics to win the case. Meanwhile, Mike must defend Rachel from accusations of treason. Eric Close, Vincent Laresca, Julie Ann Emery and Pooch Hall guest star.

    TV-14 43min August 18, 2011
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    10. The Shelf Life Harvey must keep Mike out of Jessica's line of fire when his empathy for a fired executive begins to jeopardize the firms' relationship with a client.

    TV-14 43min August 25, 2011
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    11. Rules of the Game Harvey's former mentor turns to him for help when his office comes under investigation. Meanwhile, Jenny suspects Mike may be occupied with more than just his job.

    TV-14 43min September 1, 2011
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    12. Dogfight Harvey's efforts to free an innocent man hit a wall when he goes against the new district attorney, who seems more focused on the integrity of the system than justice.

    TV-14 43min September 8, 2011
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    Suits Sneak Peek Suits stars Gabriel Macht as a top Manhattan lawyer who sets out to recruit a hotshot associate and hires the only guy that impresses him - Patrick J. Adams as Mike Ross, a brilliant but unmotivated college dropout.

    TV-PG 3min June 9, 2011

Product Details

Genres Drama, Comedy
Director Kevin Bray
Starring Gabriel Macht, Patrick J. Adams
Supporting actors Rick Hoffman, Meghan Markle, Sarah Rafferty, Gina Torres, Chi McBride, Vanessa Ray, Tom Lipinski, Neil Brown Jr., Ari Cohen, Chad Connell, Morgan Kelly, Robert Verlaque, Carl Bauer
Season year 2011
Network USA
Executive Producer Gavin Barclay
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Format Amazon Instant Video (streaming online video and digital download)

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151 of 156 people found the following review helpful By K. Harris HALL OF FAMETOP 50 REVIEWER on February 18, 2012
Format: DVD
The courtroom drama has become such a staple of American television, it is impossible to imagine a program with a completely unique approach to the legal genre. Yet, you always hope a show can tweak the formula and give you something you haven't seen a hundred times previously. While USA Network's "Suits" certainly isn't revolutionary television in its casework, it has brought something quite unexpected to the defense table. Spending more time in the boardroom than in the courthouse, this remarkably engaging show has brought a sense of smarts and sophistication to the proceedings--and trust me, I haven't used the word sophistication to describe a basic cable TV show in some time. A lot of elements work just fine here, but there are two specific things that elevate this show to the next level. First, the dialogue is snappy, genuinely funny and filled with clever wordplay. Second, the two leads (Gabriel Macht and Patrick J. Adams) have uncommonly good timing in serving up that dialogue. Furthermore, their relationship (a blossoming bromance, if you will, of give and take) is electric--a true standout in the television landscape.

The show, like any other, needs a hook to set up its premise. The conceit here is that Adams is a legal prodigy. Unfortunate life choices have derailed his chosen career path and he exists as a typical mid-twenties slacker. When his life starts unraveling, he has a fortuitous meeting with Macht, a successful and brilliant attorney. Macht, a huge egoist, is looking for "the next me" to be his assistant. Adams, of course, fits the bill--just one problem. Despite his vast and encyclopedic knowledge, he's not really a lawyer. But this being television, this is a slight complication which requires some creative navigation. Is it strictly believable? Not particularly.
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33 of 40 people found the following review helpful By Grady Harp HALL OF FAMETOP 50 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on August 30, 2011
SUITS is smart, sassy, clever, sophisticated, timely and immensely entertaining! The new series debuted with a full 60 minute story that establishes the characters very solidly, opens pathways for many story lines, and boasts an exceptional cast of fine actors. Here is hoping it makes it as an ongoing series, especially since it is not yet another crime drama! Not that Criminal Mains, The Mentalist, Without A Trace will lose their place among the best show on television, but with all the spinoffs on the crime shows, the available choices have been dwindling lately.

SUITS is a lawyer show. Set in New York (captured, by the way, in beautiful cinematic vistas) it focuses on a very successful law firm, managed by Jessica Pearson (Gina Torres) who balances the talents of her two top lawyers, the smarmy Louis Litt (Rick Hoffman) who is a control freak, and the very brilliant but egotistical Harvey Spector (Gabriel Macht). There is a particularly appealing and very bright secretary Donna (Sarah Rafferty) and a beautiful paralegal Rachel (Meghan Markel) and last but certainly not least by any means there is Mike Ross (Patrick J. Adams) - a young lad who is extremely bright, has a photographic memory, dropped out of college because he took tests for fellow students and got caught, fell into marketing drugs by default for need of money so that he could pursue his dream of being a lawyer, and falls quite by accident into the role of being selected as associate to the brilliant but self absorbed Harvey Spector. This is the team of characters who are destined to provide fascinating substories as they interact.

The dialogue (Aaron Korsh and Sean Jablonski) is clever, bright, snappy, unclichéd, witty, and helps define the complexities of the characters.
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29 of 35 people found the following review helpful By daniel1401 on July 1, 2011
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The script, acting, and quality are all flawless, as far as television goes. If you're looking to be highly entertained, then look no further. The subtle humor, creative plot, and enjoyable dialogue entices the viewer more with each passing moment.

If you're into legal shows that include all aspects of human nature, including compassion, then Suits is for you.

Hopefully this show continues to have the opportunity to thrive; it has definitely drawn me in and I won't miss a second of it.
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8 of 9 people found the following review helpful By K. Harris HALL OF FAMETOP 50 REVIEWER on August 19, 2011
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The courtroom drama has become such a staple of American television, it is impossible to imagine a program with a completely unique approach to the legal genre. Yet, you always hope a show can tweak the formula and give you something you haven't seen a hundred times previously. While USA Network's "Suits" certainly isn't revolutionary television in its casework, it has brought something quite unexpected to the defense table. Spending more time in the boardroom than in the courthouse, this remarkably engaging show has brought a sense of smarts and sophistication to the proceedings--and trust me, I haven't used the word sophistication to describe a basic cable TV show in some time. A lot of elements work just fine here, but there are two specific things that elevate this show to the next level. First, the dialogue is snappy, genuinely funny and filled with clever wordplay. Second, the two leads (Gabriel Macht and Patrick J. Adams) have uncommonly good timing in serving up that dialogue. Furthermore, their relationship (a blossoming bromance, if you will, of give and take) is electric--a true standout in the television landscape.

The show, like any other, needs a hook to set up its premise. The conceit here is that Adams is a legal prodigy. Unfortunate life choices have derailed his chosen career path and he exists as a typical mid-twenties slacker. When his life starts unraveling, he has a fortuitous meeting with Macht, a successful and brilliant attorney. Macht, a huge egoist, is looking for "the next me" to be his assistant. Adams, of course, fits the bill--just one problem. Despite his vast and encyclopedic knowledge, he's not really a lawyer. But this being television, this is a slight complication which requires some creative navigation. Is it strictly believable?
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