When Does 'Suits' Season 7 Premiere? Catch The Stars In These Projects While You Wait
Suits ends its sixth season on March 1, but let's face it: I'm already thinking ahead to the drama that can unfold later in the year, when Suits returns for Season 7 — since USA already renewed the show. But that's not the only exciting news for Suits fans. Aside from the guaranteed seventh season, TV Line reports that there's even a possibility of a Jessica Pearson spinoff. So exciting. But, back to the issue at hand, when will Suits Season 7 premiere?
The series returned for the second half of Season 6 last month, and, right now, it's way too early to know a specific date when it comes to Season 7. Traditionally, the first half of the season always premieres in June or July, depending on scheduling, so you can likely count on seeing the start of Season 7 in a few months, with the usual break between episodes to split up the series halfway through. It will at least air in 2017, per the USA press release. But if you're worried about having FOMO when it comes to your favorites, here are places you can watch the Suits actors while you wait for them to come back.
Looking for some classic Macht? Try "Models and Motals," the episode of Sex and the City that he guest starred in back in 1998. If you're looking for something longer and more substantial, check out The Others, the 13-series supernatural television show that premiered in 2000.
There's a bunch of shows where you can catch Rafferty as a guest star — Law & Order: Criminal Intent ("Passions"), Brothers & Sisters ("A Righteous Kiss"), Bones ("The Foot In The Foreclosure"). You can also find her in three episodes of season 1 of Tremors as Dr. Casey Matthews.
Obviously, you probably know about Firefly. (Who doesn't?) And like I mentioned earlier, there's a possibility of looking forward to a Jessica Pearson spinoff, if all goes well. But if you're looking for somewhere else to watch Torres that's not in a big damn spaceship, try Hannibal. (Just don't eat while you're watching.)
Markle has a really fun role as Agent Amy Jessup in season two of Fringe. But you can also find her in a Castle episode ("Once Upon A Crime") and CSI: Miami ("Backfire").
Patrick J. Adams
In between his Suits role, Adams appeared in two episodes of Orphan Black Season 3 and most recently, in Legends of Tomorrow as Hourman. And of course, there's the classic, always-worth-a-rewatch Friday Night Lights, where he played Connor Hayes in the first two seasons.
Hoffman starred in the good old series Samantha Who? as Chase Chapman, Jake in Progress, and The Bernie Mac Show.
You may have to wait awhile for Suits to come back, but at least, thanks to television, there's no shortage of places to find your favorite actors.
Editor's Note: This post has been modified from its original version.