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The Big Bang Theory is continuing to add to Sheldon’s family in adulthood with Jerry O’Connell joining the show for a guest-starring role as Sheldon’s brother, Georgie. The character appears on the spin-off series Young Sheldon played by Montana Jordan. All this and more on today’s TV casting round-up.
Heigl will play the role of Samantha Wheeler, described as a talented new partner at Pearson Specter Litt who challenges the status quo and will either become the firm’s greatest ally … or most powerful enemy.
Gabriel Macht, Sarah Rafferty, Rick Hoffman and newly-minted series regular Dulé Hill are all slated to return for Season 8.
Original Suits cast members Patrick J. Adams and Meghan Markle are looking to exit after Season 7 as USA prepares to pick the show up for an eighth season.
After a long hiatus for many series, 2017 is bringing back favorites and debuting new series in a search for the next watercooler hit. The Tracking Board has you covered with a guide to every premiere and return date for Spring 2017.
The biggest question for Suits fans last episode was, “what now?”. How do we keep Mike in the picture, out of jail, and keep him from going back to being a bike delivery guy, selling weed, and/or test scores?
Just when we thought the Suits team was in the clear and Mike was coming home well before his 2-year stint in prison is over, Mike finds out he has to wait a few more days. This is an eternity for Mike because time is running out on his promise to get Gallo out.
If the time was running out in the last episode of Suits the time has officially run out in this week’s episode, “Borrowed Time”. Harvey calls for a 3 day delay in Sutter’s case, Jessica and Rachel have 5 more days in Bailey’s case, and Gallo gives Mike till just 6pm to get him parole before he tells Kevin about Mike’s plan to inform on him.
The pressure is on when time starts running out for the team. Will they be able to handle a death row sentence, insider trading, prison time, and finding right date night spot?
This episode of Suits answered a lot of questions but still had this reviewer asking more, such as how is Mike going to get out early now that the deal is no longer on the table? How is Rachel going to defend Bailey? How is Harvey going to keep Sutter as a client knowing he’s guilty?
Harvey is trying to trust that Cahill’s deal will work, Mike is trying to get Kevin to trust him with the details of his incarceration, Donna wants Louis to trust her ability to find him a Hampton home, and Rachel wants her innocence project client to trust that she will fight for him. But who can anyone really trust?
This week’s episode of Suits proves a turning point in the season as it takes a “Turn” and begins to show where the year is headed for the staff of Pearson Specter Litt.
The firm’s loss of business leaves Louis and Jessica looking for new tenants. However, Louis doesn’t want to give up his precious bull pen on this week’s episode of Suits.
Almost every character in this episode makes a sacrifice to save someone else. This episode really shows the bond between the characters and how they are a family more than anything and a family takes care of it’s own.
Season 6 of Suits brings us back to a deserted Pearson Specter Litt and Mike getting prepped for his prison stay. While Rachel and Harvey bond over missing Mike, Harvey receives a frantic call from Louis about the firm’s status.
Logline: When an untested MBA graduate finds herself in the midst of Wall Street’s most successful hedge fund, she must decide how far she is willing to go in order to succeed.
Logline: Following the suicide of her father, an attorney is forced to return to her distant brother and family-owned probate law-firm in New York.
Logline: A young woman must learn how to balance raising her newborn child by herself while maintaining her high-pressure career.
Mike goes head to head with Robert Zane and Louis Litt finally makes sense.
Harvey Specter’s panic attacks came back this week on Suits and I’m glad they did. In a world where so many writers drop the ball on their previous storylines it was nice to see this one continue on and show that the problem still isn’t solved and comes back at the worst times.
In true Suits fashion the rivalry between Harvey Specter and Louis Litt has only increased since Donna became Louis’ secretary. In a typical ‘Louis Litt’ move, Louis tries to prove his loyalty to Harvey by setting up a situation in front of the board then defending Harvey. Of course, it backfires.
Big things are happening at Pearson Specter Litt as the fifth season of Suits returns. This show rarely disappoints in its drama and characterizations and this premiere, among ranking as one of the best, brings those elements that they’re so good at and elevates them to a different height.
A heavy-hitting season finale of “Suits” brings change in the office, a surprising memorial, and a last ditch effort by Harvey to put a client away.
The reason behind Harvey and Louis’ long time feud is revealed as Harvey tries to get Mike and Louis to forgive each other.
Louis Litt continues on his rampage as the others pay for their secrets.
Louis Litt finally gets his wish as a partner in a fiery and tension-filled new episode of Suits.
A roundup of the week’s TV casting news!
The secret is out…sort of.
A recap of the week’s TV News!