‘MyNetwork TV Secures Exclusive Rights to Stream Hit Series “Suits” on Broadcast Television’

Los Angeles, California – MyNetworkTV, a Fox-owned network, is gearing up to introduce the popular legal drama “Suits” to broadcast television audiences in the fall of 2024. The series, which originally aired on the USA Network, has garnered immense popularity through streaming platforms and set records for consecutive weeks at No. 1 according to Nielsen ratings.

According to The Hollywood Reporter, MyNetworkTV plans to air all nine seasons of “Suits” on its service, which reaches 97 percent of households in the United States. This move marks the first time that the show will be available on free television. Frank Cicha, the executive VP of Programming for Fox Television Stations, expressed excitement about bringing the buzzworthy series to a wider audience and hinted at innovative ways to engage viewers.

“Suits,” which premiered in 2011, follows the story of Mike Ross, a young man with a photographic memory who inadvertently finds himself involved in the world of law after meeting the charismatic lawyer Harvey Specter. The series stars Patrick J. Adams, Gabriel Macht, Meghan Markle, Sarah Rafferty, Rick Hoffman, and Gina Torres in prominent roles.

After making its way to streaming platforms like Netflix and NBC’s Peacock in 2023, “Suits” quickly became a fan favorite. The show’s success led creator Aaron Korsh to expand the series into a larger universe, starting with the spin-off series “Suits L.A.” starring Stephen Amell as the lead character Ted Black.

Amell will be joined by Josh McDermitt and Lex Scott Davis in the upcoming spinoff, which is set to delve into the turbulent world of Ted Black’s law firm. The show promises to bring a mix of personal and professional drama as characters navigate loyalty, ambition, and the consequences of their past actions.

With its syndicated broadcast on the horizon for Fall 2024, “Suits” continues to captivate audiences with its gripping storylines, dynamic characters, and legal intrigue. The transition to broadcast television will undoubtedly introduce the series to a new wave of viewers eager to immerse themselves in the world of high-stakes legal drama.