Suits creator Aaron Korsh opened up about a possible return of the show as it reaches new streaming highs on Netflix

Meghan Markle’s Suits boss breaks silence on possible reboot amid record-breaking comeback

The 2019 finale of the show Suits, which debuted in 2011 and starred Patrick J. Adams, Gabriel Macht, and, of course, Meghan Markle, has since reached new heights.

After eight of its nine seasons made a second appearance on Netflix on June 17, the legal drama from the USA network has experienced a revival this summer. After accumulating an astounding 3.1 billion viewing minutes from June 26 to July 2, it subsequently broke the Nielsen streaming record for acquired programming.



New and seasoned viewers alike have become fixated on the legal and interpersonal drama taking place at the Pearson Spectre Litt law firm, but no fresh storylines are in the works.

Aaron Korsh, the show’s creator, recently crushed fans’ hopes for a potential revival or reboot of the programme and its adored characters by responding to inquiries about the program’s future on X, formerly known as Twitter.

The following statement was made by him on Sunday: “Let me say right off that there is no #Suits reboot or anything in the works.”

The strike would have to end, he continued, “some network or streamer would have to reach out, and then we’d all have to want it.” Which is not a minor matter. referring in part to the ongoing WGA and SAG-AFTRA strikes, which have all but stopped Hollywood production.


Suits had nine seasons
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Although the news was received with disappointment by many, one supporter argued: “I personally would prefer no reboot/anything. I’m pleased with how the show turned out and that it ended when it should have. Suits was fantastic and expertly wrapped up everything, which is rare for finales or final seasons. And very few restarts actually succeed.

Aaron found the argument compelling and responded, “I don’t disagree,” as he answered more inquiries from fans about the reality of the show’s ending and potential spin-offs.

Aaron responded to a fan who questioned why the final season, which is only available on Peacock and Prime Video, had only ten episodes while the others had 16, and claimed it was “rushed,” saying: “When Season 7 was ending I went into the network and then said we’re going to give you a 16 episode season 8 and a 10 episode season 9 to wrap it up. I was and remain adept at it.


Suits stars Sarah Rafferty, Patrick J. Adams, Gabriel Macht, Meghan Markle and Rick Hoffman
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He also provided an explanation for why a planned spin-off starring Louis Litt, a character played by Rick Hoffman, didn’t work out, tweeting: “It was just an idea pitched once. Louis leaving #Suits was not something I wanted. Gina’s safety came first, not a spin-off, so I didn’t want her to leave either.

Gina Torres did reprise her Jessica Pearson role in the Pearson spin-off, but the programme was cancelled in 2019 after just one season.


Meghan left Suits ahead of her wedding to Prince Harry
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I’ve mentioned to [producer Aaron Korsh] that I keep, in this era of reboots and reunions and all this other stuff, that I’m expecting a call at some point, but I’m not aware of any serious conversations,” executive producer Gene Klein said in an interview with TVLine earlier this summer, right as Suits found its new lease on life. It’s just one of those things where you wouldn’t be shocked if someone called you someday in this day and age. But as of now, I’m not aware of anything.

A reboot starring Meghan, who portrayed Rachel Zane, was also made explicitly clear by him, who said: “I would assume that’s just not possible.”

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