It is nearly time to get ‘litt up’ as Suits will be returning to our screens in January 2019.
The hit show recently finished for its mid season-break but fans have been eager to see the fantabulous Louis Litt return to Zane Specter Litt, this time as managing partner.
In September’s mid-season finale, Litt was promoted to the role he always longed for just as he decided to take some time away from the firm to get ready for becoming a father.
When new episodes return to USA Network on January 23, Litt looks set to change things up as managing partner meaning the gang will have to get ready for more drama.
Grimm‘s Sasha Roiz will be joining the cast as Donna’s love interest Thomas Kessler, the CEO of a furniture design company.
While I am sure Roiz will be a great addition, I am just sat here waiting desperately for #Darvey to happen.
USA Network announced the news on Twitter by releasing a cheeky teaser to get us excited for January 23.
While Netflix haven’t confirmed what date season eight will be returning to the streaming service for UK fans, they’ve previously released episodes the day after they air in America.
While this can of course change, we sure hope it doesn’t.
You can check out the teaser here:
Suits showrunner Aaron Korsh previously chatted to TVLine about Louis’ new role revealing that the character is ‘nervous’.
Just when he makes the decision to take a step back from work and be willing to step down when he finds out he’s going to have a baby, Donna comes to him and says he needs to take over. I love the irony of that in the finale.
But once he agrees to take the job, he’s going to have to deal with: What’s his first day going to be like? He’s nervous. He’s going to want to do a good job.
We pick up, as we usually do, right after, so the baby isn’t going to come for another nine months. He doesn’t necessarily have too many conflicts in terms of raising the baby right at the moment. So his focus is more on: What’s he going to be like as managing partner?
Well we can’t wait to see!
Suits will be returning to USA Network January 23.
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Emily Murray is a journalist at UNILAD. She graduated from the University of Leeds with a BA in English Literature and History before studying for a Masters in Journalism at the University of Salford. Emily has previously worked for the BBC, ITV and Trinity Mirror. When Emily isn’t writing about topics including mental health and entertainment, you can find her at the cinema which is her second home.