USA Renews Suits for Season 4

By Kaitlin Thomas

Oct 24, 2013

There are few things more sacred in this world than the bromance between Harvey Specter and Mike Ross (except perhaps the relationship between Harvey and Donna). And USA knows it, which is why the network has renewed Suits for Season 4.

The order is for 16 episodes, which will premiere in 2014. If I were to guestimate, I'd say you can expect them sometime during the summer months, as has been the network's style in the past. The first 10 episodes of Season 3 aired this past July through September, and the final six are set to air in early 2014 after something called the Winter Olympics. I don't know what those are, but they sounds really boring compared to the happiness that Suits brings into my life.

This is probably a silly question, but are you excited for more Suits?

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  • billmartins10 Jan 08, 2014

    I agree, the season is way to short.

  • Nat6386 Nov 02, 2013

    HELLS YEAH!! cannot wait!! they need to make suits 22 episode seasons it is just too good!!

  • Sofos Oct 28, 2013

    more suits , yay !!! we need more individual cases and not one long case.

  • vampman87 Nov 27, 2013

    I miss the case-of-the-week format of season 1 and early season 2. I don't mind an overarching storyline, but we need some breather episodes, too.

  • EdmundAllen Oct 27, 2013

    pls pls let there be a crossover with white collar.

  • MartinFredin Oct 28, 2013

    No, no and no! That would not work well at all. The bromance between Peter and Neal and the bromance between Mike and Harvey are sacred in their own ways. Blending the two of them together would be a total disaster.

  • DERBEST Oct 25, 2013

    very nice:) Now if Person of Interest and Once upon a time will also be renewed it will be brilliant;))

  • ElisaDiaz Oct 25, 2013

    Always good news to have more Suits

  • PsicNina Oct 25, 2013

    Amazing news to start my day!

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  • safibwana Oct 25, 2013

    The Olympics are the worst thing about television.

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