FEED DROP! | Suits Yourself: Suits DAILY Rewatch Podcast | Pilot Recap
In the special FEED DROP, Rob Cesternino (@robcesternino) and Chappell (@chappells_show) begin their duty on the daily Suits rewatch, at least until the current work stoppage in Hollywood continues. Suits is an example of a show that is the most streamed, but the writers and actors are not receiving compensation for their work being so successful.
In this podcast, Rob and Chappell recap the series premiere of Suits.
Be sure to go to http://suitspodcast.com to subscribe to the Suits Yourself podcast feed on the platform of your choice!
Send your feedback to: http://suitspodcast.com/feedback
Suits is an American legal drama television series created and written by Aaron Korsh. It premiered on USA Network on June 23, 2011 and ran for 9 seasons. Suits is the #1 streamed acquired show for Netflix. As of August 3rd, Suits has now logged the 13th highest weekly viewing total in Nielsen’s streaming history. Only streaming originals like “Stranger Things,” “Wednesday,” “Tiger King” and “Ozark” have had weeks with stronger numbers.
Set at a fictional New York City law firm, it follows Mike Ross (Patrick J. Adams), who uses his photographic memory to talk his way into a job as an associate working for successful “closer” attorney Harvey Specter (Gabriel Macht), despite being a college dropout who never attended law school (although he has passed the LSAT multiple times as an illegal proxy). Suits focuses on Harvey and Mike winning lawsuits and closing cases, while at the same time hiding Mike’s secret. It also features Rick Hoffman as Louis Litt, a neurotic, manipulative and unscrupulous financial-law partner; Meghan Markle as the ambitious, talented paralegal Rachel Zane; Sarah Rafferty as Harvey’s legal secretary and confidante Donna Paulsen; and Gina Torres as the firm’s profit-above-all managing partner, Jessica Pearson. (via Wikipedia).