Suits: Season Five Renewal for USA TV Show

Suits TV show on USA Network: season fiveUSA Network has announced that they’re renewed their Suits TV show for a fifth season. The 16 new episodes will start airing next summer.

Like all of USA’s scripted series, Suits is down in the ratings this season but it remains the cable channel’s top-rated show. The fourth season finale will air on August 20th.

Here are the renewal details:

USA NETWORK RENEWS HIT SERIES “SUITS” FOR FIFTH SEASON TO PREMIERE SUMMER 2015

Summer Finale Airs Wednesday, August 20 at 9/8c

NEW YORK – August 11, 2013 – USA Network announced today a 16-episode fifth season renewal of the hit original drama SUITS. Currently airing its fourth season, SUITS continues to be a top 10 summer scripted series in P18-49 (1.6 million), P25-54 (1.7 million), and total viewers, averaging nearly 4 million. The midseason finale is scheduled for Wednesday, August 20 at 9/8c.

“SUITS continues to fire on all cylinders, delivering provocative storytelling and complex characters that viewers can’t get enough of,” said Chris McCumber, President of USA Network. “With some of the best writing on television, and a brilliant ensemble cast, we anticipate a spectacular fifth season for a series that has become a marquee property for USA.”

SUITS centers on a fast-paced Manhattan corporate law firm led by legendary lawyer Harvey Specter (Gabriel Macht, “Love and Other Drugs”). This season saw a major shift at the firm that left Harvey at odds with his brilliant, but not-technically-legal associate Mike Ross (SAG Award nominee Patrick J. Adams, “Rosemary’s Baby”) who left to head to Wall Street as an investment banker. As the series builds to its summer finale, Mike has returned to Pearson Specter to resume his place beside Harvey, but Louis’ (Rick Hoffman, “Samantha Who”) secret threatens to unravel the firm. The series also stars Gina Torres (“Firefly”), Sarah Rafferty (“Brothers & Sisters”) and Meghan Markle (“Fringe”).

Seasons one through three of SUITS can be found on Amazon Prime while fans can catch up on the fourth season via video-on-demand.

From Universal Cable Productions, SUITS was created and is executive produced by Aaron Korsh (“The Deep End”). Doug Liman (COVERT AFFAIRS, the “Bourne” trilogy, “Mr. and Mrs. Smith”),David Bartis (COVERT AFFAIRS, “The O.C.”) and Gene Klein (COVERT AFFAIRS) of Hypnotic also serve as executive producers. SUITS is shot on location in Toronto, ON.

About USA Network

The #1 network in all of basic cable for an unprecedented eight straight years, USA Network is seen in more than 102 million U.S. homes. USA offers a powerful stable of dramatic, comedic and unscripted originals. The network also features spectacular live television, a dynamic portfolio of acquired series and the best in blockbuster theatrical films and entertainment events. A trailblazer in digital innovation and storytelling, USA is defining, driving and setting the industry standard for Social TV. USA is a program service of NBCUniversal Cable Entertainment, a division of NBCUniversal. The award-winning website is located at http://www.usanetwork.com

About Universal Cable Productions

Universal Cable Productions (UCP) creates innovative and critically acclaimed original scripted and digital content across media platforms for domestic and international distribution. UCP’s content library spans classics such as Emmy-award winning, “Monk,” and cult favorites “Psych,” “Battlestar Galactica” and “Warehouse 13.” UCP’s programming can be seen across various networks, including: “Covert Affairs,” “Dig” (fall 2014), “Playing House,” “Royal Pains,” “Satisfaction” and “Suits” on USA Network; “Ascension” (fall 2014), “Defiance,” “Dominion,” and “12 Monkeys” (2015) on Syfy; “Girlfriends’ Guide To Divorce” (fall 2014) on Bravo; “Battlestar Galactica: Blood & Chrome” on Machinima Prime/YouTube, Syfy and DVD/Blu-Ray; and “Side Effects” on Awesomeness TV/YouTube. Universal Cable Productions is a part of NBCUniversal Cable Entertainment, a division of NBCUniversal, one of the world’s leading media and entertainment companies. Follow us @UCPisTV.

What do you think? Are you glad to hear that Suits has been renewed? How long can this show realistically run?

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  1. Sandra Cawthon says

    Love it. Can’t get enough I especially like the banter between Harvey and Donna. I would love to see Donna return to Harvey Thrilled it has been renewed for another season As far as the language, I really have not noticed it
    This show has STYLE

  2. says

    Come on you wimps – at any level,strong language offers colour and movement –
    some of you clearly don’t operate in the real world!
    Get a life, grow a set etc etc.
    Yes I believe in smacking children,drinking,admiring women-including my wife of 37 years,
    driving cars fast……and being P.C. has turned this generation into the most flacid bunch
    sookes I have ever seen!!!

  3. says

    Love “Suits”…. just one complaint: The profanity has to go – It’s so totally unnecessary. Adds nothing…only detracts. Surely there are enough words in the English language that can be used besides resorting to profanity & any sort of vulgar swear words. Please ‘give it a go’…okay? THANK YOU!

    • Dave says

      I’ve watched all seasons of the show and am shocke to hear that the show even had profanity – I can’t remember hearing any. I believe you that there was, I think it just goes to show that the level of profanity is at a realistic level and I think you are hypersensitive. People do use profanity in real life, especially in emotional and tense situations of which there are a lot on the show. It is necessary, because to take it out would be to make the characters less relatable to most viewers (I understand you would not be one of them) and remove a lot of the emotion which is evoked by “profanity”. I suggest opening your mind and changing your own attitudes towards so-called swear words, which are just words like any others – even you can start using them!

  4. Concerned fan says

    Totally agree about the profanity. The show doesn’t need it. Writers think they are adding realism, but they aren’t and only serve to alienate they’re core audience. Will USA listen?

    • Anonymous says

      I am addicted to Suits, but I was conflicted because uof the have limited gutter language that the writers think these highly educated lawyers would use. Really. Bad language indicates a laminated vocabulary, or a group of friends that continue to use junior high street language. When Jessica throws out a line of obscenities , it isn’t believable. She’s a classy lady! Come on! Clean it up! You will gain watchers!

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