Patrick J. Adams & Gabriel Macht both give convincing performances in the pilot, something sure to excel even more throughout the series.
The script, acting, and quality are all flawless, as far as television goes. If you’re looking to be highly entertained on Thursday night, 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.
After finishing every available episode of House, Bones, Fringe, and Prison Break, I found myself at a loss of what to watch. So as I was browsing for new TV Shows, I stumbled on this one and decided to give it a go.
I am very picky about TV series’ but this one really captured me. After not expecting much, it really caught me by surprise how great this was.
It reminds me of Law & Order but with more drama and a following into the characters lives. It reminds me of “House” in many ways. It features a strict boss that will do anything to get the job done, and an employee willing to do anything for his boss.
It is certainly a new age show that will bring in audience from all ages from teenagers to seniors. I guarantee that you will not be disappointed with this show, as many new shows have disappointed me.
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Suits is a compelling legal drama set in the heart of New York City at one of the city’s most successful law firms. The story is centred around the firm’s best lawyer, Harvey Spector (Gabriel Macht), an egotistical, uncompassionate, charmingly witty Harvard graduate who will do whatever it takes to win – “The best closer this city has ever seen”; and his associate Mike Ross (Patrick J. Adams), an under-achieving compassionate genius with an eidetic memory who strikes lucky by having the opportunity to work at one of the highest profile legal firms even after being caught for attempted drug trafficking and without the required qualifications. The show follows both characters as they face different legal and personal challenges in each episode whilst maintaining the gregarious and quick-witted rapport between the two.
The show offers plenty of variety besides the law by developing the relationships of many characters inside the firm, “Pearson Hardman”, managed by Jessica Pearson (Gina Torres), a career-minded powerful woman. Jessica must balance between her two best lawyers, a devious Louis Litt (Rick Hoffman) and Harvey, whose relationship is filled with rivalry and playable banter, is certainly one to make you laugh. The show also follows the stories of the beautiful Rachel (Meghan Markel), a paralegal whose test anxieties are stopping her from fulfilling her ambitions of going to Harvard to study law and Donna (Sarah Rafferty) a smart, sexy secretary.
Besides the two leading characters, Suits is balanced excellently with an ensemble cast filled with intriguing relationships and an original and sharp script combined with the beautiful backdrop of New York City to make this a thoroughly enjoyable TV show which I can’t help but grin ear-to-ear from start to finish and I hope it continues its high standards for seasons to come. Suits is brilliant.
I really enjoyed this programme until the the attempt to demonize the nurses unions, then I realised the US and UK are very different countries. The sub-plots were more memorable than the main activities and characters who were portrayed as unlikable turned out to be more human than the ‘heroes’. On reflection the moral subtext was wholly unpleasant, i.e. the legal systems underpinning corporate America are built on elitism and prejudice and peopled by liars and one dimensional. The system and characters are brilliantly portrayed by the actors. Drug dealers, cheat their way into positions of power, fraudsters are promoted – every case the main character worked on would be considered illegal and cost the public purse billions. Once that is understood believability goes out of the window.