Suits 3 Seasons 2011

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1. Suits Pilot - Part 1 AGES_12_AND_OVER

When Harvey's promotion requires him to recruit and hire a graduate of Harvard Law, he chooses Mike Ross. The only problem is; Ross doesn't actually have a law degree.

Starring:
Patrick J. Adams, Rick Hoffman
Runtime:
39 minutes

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Suits Pilot - Part 1

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Season 1
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    1. Suits Pilot - Part 1 When Harvey's promotion requires him to recruit and hire a graduate of Harvard Law, he chooses Mike Ross. The only problem is; Ross doesn't actually have a law degree.

    AGES_12_AND_OVER 39min 2011
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    2. Suits Pilot - Part 2 When Harvey's promotion requires him to recruit and hire a graduate of Harvard Law, he chooses Mike Ross. The only problem is; Ross doesn't actually have a law degree.

    AGES_12_AND_OVER 44min 2011
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    3. Errors And Omissions An open and close case becomes anything but when Harvey's accused of an inappropriate dalliance with a married woman. Louis forces Mike to make a difficult decision, one that could net the firm a wealthy client, but cost him Harvey's respect.

    AGES_15_AND_OVER 42min 2011
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    4. Inside Track Jessica hopes Harvey's promotion will reign him in, but when a crisis arises with the first client he brought into the firm, Harvey goes rogue trying to fix it.

    AGES_15_AND_OVER 42min 2011
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    5. Dirty Little Secrets Harvey and Jessica's relationship is tested when Harvey defends someone from her past. Also, Louis assigns Mike his first solo case, a pro bono that has him itching for a win.

    AGES_15_AND_OVER 43min 2011
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    6. Bail Out Mike's life becomes complicated when an old friend reappears and needs his help. Harvey must decide between closing a multi-million dollar deal and helping his trusted driver defend himself against a law suit.

    AGES_15_AND_OVER 42min 2011
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    7. Tricks of the Trade Harvey and Mike work to save a woman wrongly accused of insider trading. Mike helps Rachel study for the LSAT, only to find out she is on the brink of discovering his closely guarded secret.

    AGES_15_AND_OVER 42min 2011
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    8. Play the Man It's mock trial time at Pearson Hardman as Mike faces off against Louis' protege Devon. But the tension between Mike and Rachel threatens to torpedo his case. Abigail Spencer guest stars.

    AGES_15_AND_OVER 42min 2011
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    9. Identity Crisis Mike is tasked with reigning in a modern day Robin Hood whose illicit deeds are putting a client's business at risk. Also, Louis must resolve his differences with Harvey to win a case. Amanda Crew and Bruce Altman guest star.

    AGES_15_AND_OVER 43min 2011
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    10. Undefeated An undefeated lawyer's shady tactics keep him one step ahead of Harvey, who must decide if he's willing to compromise his ethics to win the case. Meanwhile, Mike must defend Rachel from accusations of treason. Eric Close, Vincent Laresca, Julie Ann Emery and Pooch Hall guest star.

    AGES_15_AND_OVER 42min 2011
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    11. The Shelf Life Harvey must keep Mike out of Jessica's line of fire when his empathy for a fired executive begins to jeopardize the firms' relationship with a client.

    AGES_15_AND_OVER 42min 2011
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    12. Rules of the Game Harvey's former mentor turns to him for help when his office comes under investigation. Meanwhile, Jenny suspects Mike may be occupied with more than just his job.

    AGES_15_AND_OVER 42min 2011
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    13. Dogfight Harvey's efforts to free an innocent man hit a wall when he goes against the new district attorney, who seems more focused on the integrity of the system than justice.

    AGES_15_AND_OVER 42min 2011
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    Suits Sneak Peek Suits stars Gabriel Macht as a top Manhattan lawyer who sets out to recruit a hotshot associate and hires the only guy that impresses him - Patrick J. Adams as Mike Ross, a brilliant but unmotivated college dropout.

    AGES_15_AND_OVER 2min 2011

Product Details

Director Kevin Bray
Starring Patrick J. Adams, Rick Hoffman
Supporting actors Gabriel Macht, Meghan Markle, Sarah Rafferty, Gina Torres
Season year 2011
Network NBC Universal
Purchase rights Stream instantly and download to 2 locations Details
Format Amazon Instant Video (streaming online video and digital download)

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99 of 103 people found the following review helpful By Makistrak on 8 Feb 2012
Format: DVD
From the first episode onwards, I loved this show. Gabriel Macht who plays Harvey Spectre, a suave, shark like lawyer in New York, hires college drop out Mike Ross, played by Patrick Adams, as his new protégé. Mike is a hyper intelligent rogue, previously making a living helping people cheat on their Bar Exams and lending a hand to his drug dealing best friend. After a brief demonstration of his abilities, Mike is hired by an impressed Spectre into one of New York's leading Law firms...

Don't get me wrong, the series isn't perfect which is reflected in the four star review. I may be being a little finicky but the show can be guilty of being slightly formulaic i.e Harvey and Mike take on a case, encounter some unforeseen difficulties but eventually come up with a clever solution ultimately winning the day.

Right, now onto why this is such a good show.

Quite frankly, even with the above minor issue, this is by far one of the most addictive and enjoyable shows on TV. Macht plays Spectre with a superb polish, encapsulating the persona of a big shot New York lawyer with apparent ease but successfully keeping his character three dimensional, hinting at hidden moral depths.

Adams is brilliant as well. His character is super intelligent yet naive at the same time, a balance which, from an acting perspective, is incredibly difficult to maintain. As a result of his naivety , he frequently has to turn to his mentor for help giving extra depth to their working relationship. Adams acts the part excellently and the viewer is forever wanting Mike to succeed but never completely sure that he will (despite my earlier comments).
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40 of 42 people found the following review helpful By Galning on 4 Mar 2012
Format: DVD
I know the DVD isn't out yet, so this review is a little premature. But I've watched every episode to date (about 5 I think) and (1) I can't praise it highly enough and (2) I can't understand how it's slipped under the radar (probably 'cos it's on Dave) and isn't been raved about elsewhere.

I won't repeat what others have already said - but what I think they've missed is how great the music and cinematography is too. The whole thing is just a joy to watch and the episodes just FLY by.

I'm also impressed by the standard of the writing and the subtexts. In the episode I just watched Mike lost a "faux trial" because his fav paralegal was on the stand and upset and he backed off from "breaking her". Landing him a telling of from the firm's head, Jessica, for being too soft....and disappointing Harvey in the process.

This was juxtaposed with a storyline for Harvey (they didn't interact much in this one) where he had a hot hook up with a girl who was top of his class in Harvard (Scotty) and, realising she was hiding something about the merger they were both on, pulled something out of the bag and beat her in court. She then got fired by her client and told him she was heading back to England to marry a guy who'd proposed to her a month before.

So you had Mike pulling back and deciding a woman in his life was more important than the win - and Harvey doing the opposite. Clever.

Cannot recommend this show highly enough.
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14 of 15 people found the following review helpful By Debs on 4 Mar 2012
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I agree with everything said so far but give this 5 stars because of the fantastic characters in this series. Harvey Spectre is the big shot, hard nosed lawyer, who really has bought into the whole lifestyle of being the successful, senior partner but he can be unpredictable. Harvey is the master of the calculated risk. Its part of his charm and his success. So when he's told to take an associate, the line up of keen, ambitious yet predictable candidates leaves our hero singularly unimpressed. Blundering into these interviews comes brilliant if rather soft hearted genius Mike Ross, on the run from the Police with a briefcase full of drugs attempting to do a friend a favour and earn enough money to keep his beloved grandmother in her care home. A prime example of how someone can be amazingly clever but still fail at life! In a massive gamble Mike becomes Harvey's protege, and in doing so a whole new side of Harvey Spectre slowly becomes apparent as he attempts to guide well-meaning Mike through the pitfalls of being a highly successful associate in a cut throat law firm. From sending him to his tailors in an effort to upgrade Mike's image to uncharacteristically threatening a fellow firm partner who terrifies Mike by sacking another associate in front of him to make a point, its a brilliant watch. Love it!
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33 of 38 people found the following review helpful By jordanuk223 on 16 Feb 2012
Format: DVD
Suits is a refreshingly light and entertaining take on the well-trodden legal drama genre. Compared to other more intense and heavier drama series such as CSI and Law & Order, Suits take's the ingenious approach of imbuing the legal action with comic undertones as sharp as the suits the character's wear. Based around Harvey Specter, leading partner of a big New York legal firm, and his mentor student Mike Ross, who happens to have an incredible talent for remembering and getting his head round complex legal ideas, and also happens not be a student of Harvard Law School - the basic requirement for the law firm - leads to some classic and awkward comedy moments in which Mike gets made fun of for his (lack of) knowledge about things most law students can only dream.

The writing of the show is such that you're made aware of something even before you realise it, with clever one-liners and Harvey in particular making use of every legal angle to make cases go his way, in particular in the way he dangles a noose around the neck of anyone he believes has done wrong. Assisted somewhat naively but expertly by Mike Ross, who has a few personal problems of his own lurking in the background, this provides a nice twist to the drama. Ultimately, the show offers a relaxing and pleasant way to enjoy the dilemma of legal issues in the modern world, without having to sit back and take everything so seriously and pretend you understand everything. Highly recommended.
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