‘Suits’ Episode Guide (July 13): The Team Deals With the Fallout of Mike’s Plea Deal

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‘Suits’ Episode Guide (July 13): The Team Deals With the Fallout of Mike’s Plea Deal

“To Trouble” Season 6 Premiere (07/13/16) – Mike transitions to prison life while Harvey, Jessica, Louis, Donna and Rachel deal with the fallout of Mike’s plea deal and try to prevent what’s left of PSL from collapsing.

The sixth season of “Suits” premieres on Wednesday, July 13th at 9/8c and begins immediately following the events of the shocking season five cliffhanger that left Mike Ross behind bars. Having signed a plea deal to spare his colleagues at Pearson Specter Litt, Mike will be confronted with the harsh realities of prison life as he starts his two-year sentence. Meanwhile, the PSL offices are a ghost town – the partners have defected, leaving Harvey, Jessica, Louis, Donna and Rachel to pick up the pieces. But the firm’s troubles are far from over and they will have to deal with the fallout from Mike’s crime before they can even begin to rebuild.

This season, “Suits” will welcome new recurring stars including Erik Palladino (“ER,” “666 Park Avenue”), Paul Schulze (“Nurse Jackie”) and Malcolm Jamal Warner (“American Crime: The People vs. OJ Simpson,” “House of Lies”). Neal McDonough will return as Sean Cahill, John Pyper-Ferguson will return as Jack Soloff, Patrick Fischler will return as A. Eliot Stemple and Aloma Wright will return as Gretchen Bodinski. Alan Rosenberg has been cast for the new recurring guest role of William Sutter, David Hewlett has been cast as new character Nathan Byrnes, Ian Reed Kessler has been cast as new character Stu Bussini and Malcolm Gets has been cast as new character, Professor Dunbar.

From Universal Cable Productions (UCP), “Suits” was created and is executive produced by Aaron Korsh (“The Deep End”). Doug Liman (“Covert Affairs,” ”The Bourne Trilogy,” “Mr. & Mrs. Smith”), David Bartis (“Covert Affairs,” “The O.C.”) and Gene Klein (“Covert Affairs”) of Hypnotic serve as executive producers. Daniel Arkin (“90210”) and Rick Muirragui (“Men of a Certain Age,” “The Good Guys”) also serve as executive producers.

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