Suits Reviews & Ratings

Wednesdays, 9:00 PM ET on USA Network

60 minutes

Suits is a legal drama starring Gabriel Macht as one of Manhattan's top lawyers who hires a brilliant unmotivated college dropout (Patrick J. Adams).
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Feb 13, 2016 2:22AM EST
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Was a differently 5 star show, lately it seems like they are "looking for trouble", hoping will be improved soon.

Was a differently 5 star show, lately it seems like they are "looking for trouble", hoping will be improved soon.

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Feb 9, 2016 5:58AM EST
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Finally mike is caught. After the third season i found it a drag to watch the show but i've awakend ;)

Finally mike is caught. After the third season i found it a drag to watch the show but i've awakend ;)

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Jan 29, 2016 10:32PM EST
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Such salt. So wow!

This show is seriously the saltiest show out there. I kind of hate most of the main characters (besides Luis and Donna, and I even hate Luis sometimes, and the new not-Donna) and yet I keep coming back for more. It might be that my life is lacking in sodium or I'm addicted to stress.

It's not a bad show but it is all about the drama (well-written drama). Every episode hinges on high intensity stress to the point that by the end of the second season I was thinking that anyone who lived THAT stressful of a lifestyle would have health issues or something. I mean, it's not as crazy out there as Grey's Anatomy but at least the people in that universe laugh and dance like dorks.

The actors are good, wardrobe is good, some of the character quirks are a lot of fun but if you are battling hypertension you might want to skip the salt.

Such salt. So wow!

This show is seriously the saltiest show out there. I kind of hate most of the main characters (besides Luis and Donna, and I even hate Luis sometimes, and the new not-Donna) and yet I keep coming back for more. It might be that my life is lacking in sodium or I'm addicted to stress.

It's not a bad show but it is all about the drama (well-written drama). Every episode hinges on high intensity stress to the point that by the end of the second season I was thinking that anyone who lived THAT stressful of a lifestyle would have health issues or something. I mean, it's not as crazy out there as Grey's Anatomy but at least the people in that universe laugh and dance like dorks.

The actors are good, wardrobe is good, some of the character quirks are a lot of fun but if you are battling hypertension you might want to skip the salt.

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Jan 1, 2016 2:57AM EST
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I want to be a lawyer just because of this amazing show.

I want to be a lawyer just because of this amazing show.

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Dec 27, 2015 5:24PM EST
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Love this show

Love this show

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by kegon
Dec 27, 2015 12:45AM EST
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Great serie!!

Great serie!!

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Dec 25, 2015 12:16AM EST
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A fantastic drama!

A fantastic drama!

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Dec 7, 2015 2:10PM EST
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it is nice show

it is nice show

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Nov 30, 2015 2:40AM EST
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the best lawyer show and they got style

the best lawyer show and they got style

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Nov 27, 2015 2:24PM EST
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Oh how the mighty have fallen.
Once upon a time, I counted Suits among my favorite shows. It was smart, witty, energetic, laugh-out-loud funny, and had a brilliant soundtrack to boot. Now though... now, I can't even be bothered to watch the end of Season 5.
Season after season, they keep repeating the same old, tired plot lines: Harvey and Louis are fighting, it's up to Jessica to bring their egos in check (with Donna's help)! A bad lawyer is trying to challenge Jessica's rule of the firm, and Harvey and Mike have to stop him! Mike's secret endangers his relationship with Rachel and his position at the firm! Harvey and Donna - will anything ever happen between them (again)? (OK, so apparently something new does happen in the mid-season finale, which I haven't watched yet - and don't think I will - but I bet you anything it's not what it looks like and they find a way to "unwrite" it when the season picks up again.)
The writers can't even be bothered to explore the featured case of the week in any real depth - it feels like they've given up and are just going through the paces. And the actors - they've started delivering their lines with all the nuance and believability of soap opera stars. Not even the supremely funny and talented Sarah Rafferty (Donna) and Rick Hoffman (Louis) can save the wooden dialogue they're being asked to serve up.
At least for a while the soundtrack continued to be stellar (I've discovered so many new bands and artists through Suits through the years), but even that seems to have petered out towards the end of Season 5. Has their budget been slashed? Has all the talent been moved over to Mr. Robot? Who knows. Something has definitely happened though, and the only reason I'm giving them three stars instead of one is for the brilliance of Seasons 1 and 2.
Such a shame.

Oh how the mighty have fallen.
Once upon a time, I counted Suits among my favorite shows. It was smart, witty, energetic, laugh-out-loud funny, and had a brilliant soundtrack to boot. Now though... now, I can't even be bothered to watch the end of Season 5.
Season after season, they keep repeating the same old, tired plot lines: Harvey and Louis are fighting, it's up to Jessica to bring their egos in check (with Donna's help)! A bad lawyer is trying to challenge Jessica's rule of the firm, and Harvey and Mike have to stop him! Mike's secret endangers his relationship with Rachel and his position at the firm! Harvey and Donna - will anything ever happen between them (again)? (OK, so apparently something new does happen in the mid-season finale, which I haven't watched yet - and don't think I will - but I bet you anything it's not what it looks like and they find a way to "unwrite" it when the season picks up again.)
The writers can't even be bothered to explore the featured case of the week in any real depth - it feels like they've given up and are just going through the paces. And the actors - they've started delivering their lines with all the nuance and believability of soap opera stars. Not even the supremely funny and talented Sarah Rafferty (Donna) and Rick Hoffman (Louis) can save the wooden dialogue they're being asked to serve up.
At least for a while the soundtrack continued to be stellar (I've discovered so many new bands and artists through Suits through the years), but even that seems to have petered out towards the end of Season 5. Has their budget been slashed? Has all the talent been moved over to Mr. Robot? Who knows. Something has definitely happened though, and the only reason I'm giving them three stars instead of one is for the brilliance of Seasons 1 and 2.
Such a shame.