TORONTO — There was more good news for the Canadian TV production industry Thursday as USA Network announced it has renewed Suits for another season.
The legal drama, which is filmed in Toronto and stars hometown actor Patrick J. Adams, will be back for a fourth season of 16 episodes.
The renewal announcement comes just as production of season three wraps.
Suits is set in a top Manhattan law firm run by Harvey Specter (Gabriel Macht) and his associate Mike Ross (Adams).
The series also stars Gina Torres, whose husband Laurence Fishburne stars in the made-in-Toronto series Hannibal.
Toronto’s production community recently lost the ABC series Lucky 7, which was cancelled after only two episodes. Nikita wrapped for good after four seasons and the period drama Copper was cancelled after two seasons.
The city is still home to Beauty and the Beast, Reign, Covert Affairs, Defiance, Lost Girl, Hannibal and Orphan Black and as well as upcoming series The Strain, The Divide and Working the Engels.
In Vancouver, the series King & Maxwell and The Killing were both recently cancelled. The city continues to play host to Arrow, The Tomorrow People, Supernatural, Witches of East End, The 100, Once Upon a Time, Once Upon a Time in Wonderland, Falling Skies and Almost Human.