Suits has been renewed for Season 9, which will be the show’s final season.
USA Network announced the long-running legal series will finish with a 10-episode final season.
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“Suits has played an instrumental role in our network’s DNA for nearly a decade,” Chris McCumber, president of USA Network, said in a statement. “I and everyone at USA Network sincerely thank Aaron Korsh, our partners at UCP and the entire Suits family for their tremendous creativity, devotion and support over a truly amazing run.”
Creator Aaron Korsh addressed the show’s ending in a statement, saying: ” Though I know it isn’t true, it seems like only yesterday USA Network took a chance on an unestablished writer’s very first hour-long script. These days that’s a common thing, but 47 years ago when I first wrote the untitled Korsh project, nobody did it.”
Korsh thanked a long list of people: “First and foremost I would like to thank Alex Sepiol and Dennis Kim, without whom Suits would never have gotten made. I also cannot thank Bill McGoldrick, Jeff Wachtel, Bonnie Hammer, Chris McCumber, Ted Chervin, Dave Bartis, Gene Klein, Doug Liman, Dawn Olmstead and everyone at the network and studio enough for their dedication and support throughout the years. And to the exceptional writers, cast and crew — thank you for your passion and devotion, without which, Suits would be nothing.”
He continued: “And last but never least, to the fans who have stuck with the Suits family through thick and thin, through can-openers and flashbacks — thank you for always speaking your mind. Without you, I might start to think I’m getting the hang of this writing thing. And once that happens, nobody wins.”
“I look forward to enraging and hopefully sometimes delighting you with the final episodes. Finally, to my wife Kate and my children Cooper and Lucy. Thank you for enduring countless late nights and times away, for me to get to live my dream. I love you. Love, Aaron,” Korsh concluded.
The announcement came ahead of the premiere of the second half of Season 8, which aired on Jan. 23.
Fans of the show took to Twitter to discuss the announcement.
The legal drama’s series currently stars Gabriel Macht as Harvey Specter, Rick Hoffman as Louis Litt, Sarah Rafferty as Donna Paulsen, Wendell Pierce as Robert Zane, Amanda Schull as Katrina Bennett, and Katherine Heigl as Samantha Wheeler.
Torres is set to star in a spinoff about her Suits character, Jessica Peason, as the character moves to Chicago. The name of the spinoff would be titled, Pearson.