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Suits Season 9: What is happening as USA network confirms delay in next episodes?

Devdiscourse News Desk | New Delhi | Updated: 24-08-2019 14:52 IST | Created: 24-08-2019 14:52 IST
Suits Season 9: What is happening as USA network confirms delay in next episodes?

USA Network has confirmed that further episodes of widely popular American law drama Suits have been delayed. But there's also good news that the producers aren't planning to leave you high and dry on next Wednesday as a special pilot episode will be hitting screens, bringing back tons of memories.

The network has confirmed that 4 more episode will definitely air but the 7th episode will be released on 4th September and not 28th August as previously expected. The finale has already been shot, Aaron Korsh revealed last week.

Talking about the further episodes, Faye and the partners seem to be at good foot now but things might not go down well for the firm, internal sources revealed at one point of time before the 6th episode released.

The threat still looms on the firm and careers of the partners as Faye will not tolerate any unethical thing even when they are on the right foot.

The partners are however thoughtful about their "family" at work, with Harvey Specter going with Samantha to meet her biological father, throwing a baby shower for Louis and Katrina getting along with her new associate. Maybe it is time for them to make sure their hands remain clean now and be thankful for what they have, a "family".

Here is the promo for Special Pilot Episode that will be hitting screens on next Wednesday.


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