“Suits” spin-off “Suits: Los Angeles” has received a pilot order from NBCUniversal and is scheduled to launch in Vancouver at the end of March.
The new version will follow Ted Black, a former federal prosecutor in New York who reinvented himself to represent the most powerful clients in Los Angeles. “His company is in a moment of crisis and he must accept the role he takes on in order to survive.” Contempt his entire career. Ted is surrounded by a cast of extraordinary characters who test their loyalties to Ted and each other, while they can’t help but mix their personal and professional lives. All of this unfolds slowly over events years ago, leading to the revelation of Ted abandoning everything and everyone he loved,” the synopsis reads.
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The original series aired on USA Network for nine seasons from 2011 to 2019, but has recently enjoyed a resurgence after the first eight seasons were added to Netflix. The Accountant experienced a resurgence in popularity when it aired on Netflix and Peacock (the company that also produced another Suits spin-off, Pearson). ), the show remained in the top ten of the Nielsen streaming charts for several months and eventually broke the record for most appearances on the Nielsen charts.
Gabriel Macht, Patrick J. Adams, Rick Hoffman, Meghan Markle, Gina Torres Torres (star of the short-lived “Pearson” spin-off), Sarah Rafferty and others star in the flagship series. As of now, a spinoff of the show has not been confirmed, and NBC has yet to name a star.
Suits creator Aaron Korsh serves as writer and executive producer, along with Hypnotic’s David Bartis and Dog Liman, as well as Gene Klein. Victoria Mahoney directs. UCP is the studio that produced the original series.