The beloved legal drama ‘Suits,’ which captivated audiences worldwide following its debut in 2011, is set to return in a brand-new form.
Thanks to a resurgence in popularity fuelled by streaming platforms, American network NBC has green-lit a pilot for “Suits: LA,” a highly anticipated spinoff from the original series that was set against the bustling backdrop of New York City.
“Suits: LA” promises to take fans on a new journey with Ted Black, a former NYC federal prosecutor who relocates to the sunny shores of the west coast. In Los Angeles, Black will navigate the complexities of representing powerful new clients, offering viewers a fresh perspective within the beloved ‘Suits’ universe.
This new chapter seeks to extend the legacy of the show, which became a staple of television excellence, thanks in part to the dynamic duo of Patrick J. Adams’ Mike Ross and Gabriel Macht’s Harvey Specter. Their compelling characters and the intricate world of high-stakes law made ‘Suits’ a standout series, earning rave reviews and a dedicated fan base over its run.
With “Suits: LA,” NBC aims to capture the original show’s magic and success, exploring new territories and legal battles while retaining the charm and wit that made ‘Suits’ a household name.