“Suits” A Bingeworthy Show To Watch

Suits A Bingeworthy Show To Watch

Kasem Minzey

“Suits” is a popular drama series that aired from 2011 to 2019. The show follows the life of a talented college dropout named Mike Ross, who starts working as a law associate for Harvey Specter, one of New York City’s top attorneys, despite never having attended law school. Mike’s photographic memory and intelligence allow him to excel in the legal world, while Harvey mentors and guides him.

The series primarily revolves around the fast-paced and changing environment of the prestigious law firm, Pearson Hardman. Alongside Mike and Harvey, the show features a compelling ensemble cast of lawyers, including Donna, Harvey’s secretary, Rachel Zane, the paralegal in the building, and the co-Senior Partner, Louis Litt.

“Suits” combines and dives into legal cases, corporate politics, and personal relationships, offering a captivating blend of drama, wit, and intrigue. The characters face various professional and personal challenges, including ethical dilemmas, power struggles, and romantic entanglements. The show delves into themes of loyalty, ambition, and integrity.

Although Mike is a great lawyer and he only helps the firm, they only hire Harvard graduates. We notice very early on that Mike never went to Harvard, which leaves the question to the viewers, does he get caught for being a fraud? If so, will they rat him out or will they keep the big secret? What happens if he does get caught? What will he do to keep the other people from telling on him?

The series is followed by 9 impactful and drama-filled seasons. I would highly recommend this series even if you do not like these type of shows or if you think it’s too long. Ultimately, “Suits” is a gripping legal drama that blends courtroom drama with compelling character dynamics, making it a must-watch for fans of the genre.

You can watch this show on Peacock and Amazon Prime Video for free if you have a subscription. You can watch it for $1.99 on YouTube, Google Play Movies & TV, Apple TV, and Vudu.