Critic Consensus: Suits shows no signs of lagging in a sixth season that delivers the consequences of the series' beginning, adding a welcome layer of complication to the firm's slick machinations.
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as Harvey Specter
as Mike Ross
as Jessica Pearson
as Rachel Zane
as Donna Paulsen
as Louis Litt
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I'm not sure what this season holds for him, and how long he'll be in jail- but, I do hope that he doesn't change too much. I liked Mike Ross.
I don't know if I've ever felt as terrible for a fictional character as I do for Louis Litt.
Personally, I thought the twist that Frank was actually using Mike was the best aspect of the entire Season 6 premiere.
Audience Reviews for Suits: Season 6
Season 6 of suits focused on Mike's life in prison and his redemption for harbouring the lies for 5 years. Louis' sideplot as boring, Donna's tech venture as a waste of time. There were very few important moments really. It's a shame Gina Torres left.
Season 6 of Suits is yet another extremely powerful and compelling season that takes the show in new and interesting directions. After being sent to prison Mike is confronted by an inmate who's looking to settle an old score with Harvey; meanwhile Harvey tries to find a way to get Mike out of prison while also working with Louis and Jessica to salvage what's left of their firm. The writers do a good job at balancing the two main plotlines and at keeping them grounded. They also give each of the main cast their own subplots; Louis starts a new romance, Rachel takes on the case of a death row inmate, and Donna teams up with an IT tech on a special project. Yet somehow it seems to tie together and grow the characters. An incredibly impactful and emotional season, Season 6 of Suits tears the show down to its core and starts to rebuild.
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