Patrick J. Adams & ‘Suits’ Cast Weigh In On Possibility Of Reunion Movie

With the resurgence of Suits, there’s already a spinoff of the USA Network series in the works — but what about returning to Pearson Hardman (or whatever it’s being called nowadays)?

It’s not out of the realm of possibility, star Patrick J. Adams revealed during ATX’s Suits retrospective where Adams was joined by fellow cast members Sarah Rafferty, Amanda Schull, Dulé Hill, and Abigail Spencer.

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“It’s definitely something [creator Aaron Korsh] is interested in doing, trying to get the band back together,” Adams said in response to a fan question about whether Suits would get the movie treatment, similar to other USA Network series. “It’s gonna depend on a million things if that can happen, but is it possible.”

As for whether the cast is in, Adams was a firm yes, as was Hill.

“I’ll say as a fan of USA shows becoming films, I would definitely like to be doing another one,” said Hill, who starred in a movie based on his other USA Network series Psych in 2017.

Suits became the show of the summer last year when the first eight seasons landed on Netflix. It spent countless weeks atop Nielsen’s streaming charts, raking in billions of minutes viewed each week for months.

The buzz prompted a Suits: LA spinoff pilot order starring Stephen Amell as Ted Black, a former federal prosecutor from New York, who has reinvented himself representing the most powerful clients in Los Angeles.

Netflix also announced Sunday that Season 9 would be available domestically beginning on July 1. Previously, the final season had only been streaming on Peacock.

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