Suits is a USA Network television drama series created by Aaron Korsh. The series stars the amazingly talented actors, Patrick J. Adams and Gabriel Macht. The series evolves thru a fictional law firm (Pearson Darby) in New York City. Its 12-episode first season debuted in 2011 and has gained a rapid growing popularity and has had spectators wanting for more.
Patrick J. Adams plays the role of Mike Ross, a character with an incredible memory for details. He basically has a sort of photographic memory. His initial form of income was taking LSATs for lazy law students. His intentions to come up with more funds, was to insure his grandmother in a good home. In the mist of his not-so-pure jobs, he is tricked into doing a job that oddly positions him in a prestigious law firm where Harvey Specter (Gabriel Macht) is trying to choose an associate. This leads a quick partnership that leads the series into an array of different situations that will maintain the interest of spectator at the edge of their seat. Though Mike does not have a law degree, he is looped into a world of solving cases with Harvey, creating one of the best duo personas in TV today. The series is very smart, funny, and well-written. The uniqueness of the characters has a great depth and much room for development. The strengths and weaknesses of each character, holds a very well made balance and creates an intrigue worthy of any spectator. The supporting characters are distinctive without having the feel that they are cliches represented in every other series. The cases that the characters take on are relevant and are enjoyable to watch. One would think that after a few episodes the pace of the series would become static, but the way the characters evolve in combination with the different cases mange, make Suits a great series. They do not always win their cases, which makes the series even more characteristically and amusing.
Suits, is a very well rounded entertaining show that many people can relate to it. All the episodes have something to offer, and it seems that there haven’t been any ‘filler’ episodes that don’t seem to go anywhere. The series is quite sexy without falling to a soap-opera feel, it is smart without sounding pretentious and it is funny without making it stupid.