Suits will return for season six to USA Network this summer, and Mike, who is played by Patrick J. Adams, will enter prison after admitting his fraud. The series has now added the three men that will play a major role in his prison experience.
For season six, Erik Palladino, Paul Schulze and Malcolm-Jamal Warner have all been cast in recurring roles. Deadline shared all of the details about the new arrivals:
“Palladino will play Kevin Miller, Mike’s fellow inmate who he is unsure of whether or not he can be trusted, but as they come to depend on one another, Kevin may become the closest thing Mike has to a friend on the inside. Schulze is Frank Gallo, a fellow inmate hardened by his own time served, Frank Gallo is the first to introduce Mike to life in Danbury Prison. Warner will play Danbury Prison’s Counselor who is tasked with helping inmates survive their time in prison, and putting them on the path to rehabilitation – which in Mike’s case, will require admitting that he’s spent a lifetime cutting corners.”
Gabriel Macht, the actor behind Harvey Specter, spoke about the upcoming season in a new interview. He said the following, according to International Business Times:
“[In season six] there’s a big mess, the house of cards has fallen so we’re going to see how they build Pearson Specter Litt back up. And the first thing is to get Harvey and Louis back on track. I’ve read the first episode and I can’t give you too much but I’ll tell you this: if you can imagine these characters in a sort of Breakfast Club Scenario, there’s some good hijinks.”
The release date for Suits season six has not yet been revealed, but it will premiere early this summer on USA. Are you excited to see the return of this series? Tell us what you think.