Suits may have ended its run in 2019, but the hit USA series is still at the top of its game. Since the full series has been available to stream, it has been among the top-viewed series almost nonstop. Between a strong fan following and a recurring role by one Meghan Markle (pre-royal wedding), the show has not lost any popularity.
Where You Can Watch Suits
Peacock has all 9 seasons of Suits available to stream. The over-the-top streaming service from NBCUniversal, Peacock has an extensive video-on-demand library and some live events. There are two pricing tiers. The standard premium, which includes access to new shows the day after they air and live special events, has some advertisements and is priced at $5.99 per month. There is also the option for a premium ad-free subscription for $11.99 per month, which not only removes ads but offers a live stream of local NBC broadcasts (live content still has ads). Peacock also has content from over 20 NBCUniversal networks. You can learn more in our review of Peacock. You can sign up for Peacock on their website.
Suits is also available to stream on Netflix. However, it currently only has seasons 1-8 available. That hasn’t stopped it from being a top choice by users. You can subscribe to Netflix via one of the following plan options:
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Suits is a legal drama that follows the antics of Mike Ross (Patrick J. Adams), who despite being a college drop-out, uses his photographic memory and history of taking the LSAT for cash to talk his way into a legal job. Working alongside slick attorney Harvey Specter (Gabriel Macht), the pair become experts at winning lawsuits and closing cases, but Mike struggles to keep his background secret.
As mentioned, the cast includes Markel as an ambitious paralegal, as well as Rick Hoffman, Sarah Rafferty, and Gina Torres as the firm’s fearless leader. Later seasons include Katherine Heigl, Dulé Hill, and Amanda Schulle. The show follows the complex dynamics within the firm as Mike and Harvey attempt to keep Mike’s secret from their associates and boss. Meanwhile, external power struggles frequently threaten the whole firm’s stability.
The show became a fast fan favorite with its slick character development and legal battles. It also earned considerable critical acclaim and numerous award nominations, particularly for Adams and Torres. Now streaming on Peacock and Netflix, it has become a record-breaking bigger.