“Suits” brings the fun and heat with its first two episodes


A show that has impressed me with consistency is Suits. The USA original series stars Gabriel Macht and Patrick J. Adams as two lawyers in an all-Harvard firm. Macht’s character, Harvey Specter hires Adams’ Mike Ross, despite the fact that Ross had been carrying drugs around and that he had not attended Harvard, nor any law school.

Harvey only agrees to hire Mike if he lays off the drugs and gets the negativity of his life out. Gabriel and Patrick are great and act with great chemistry with a Sherlock Holmes-Watson friendship. The dialogue is brilliant and the chemistry amongst the leads are intriguing and easy to get attached to.

With the second episode being better than the first, the show seems to be one of the best shows of the new decade and has the potential to go far and possibly end up in the history books as one of the greatest of all time.

Article by Kale Slade