Last year I started watching a show called “Suits,” and ever since I can’t stop watching it. The television series is highly entertaining, has a great story line and always leaves the viewer wondering what’s going to happen next.
The show follows Mike Ross, played by Patrick J. Adams, a brilliant-minded genius who accidentally walks into a law firm interview after a drug bust gone bad. Harvey Specter, played by Gabriel Macht, ends up hiring Ross as his associate even after learning he hasn’t attended any law school, but they make a deal that neither one of them tells anyone about their arrangement.
The cast also includes Jessica Pearson (Gina Torres), Rick Hoffman (Louis Litt), Donna Paulsen (Sarah Rafferty) and Rachel Zane (Meghan Markle).
Recently, the “Suits” cast has been on a college tour. Students had the opportunity to nominate their school on the USA Network site and the top seven colleges were chosen.
On this tour there is an interactive Q&A and “Suits” merchandise will be given to students from the campuses.
“‘Suits’ has cultivated a zealous millenial fan base and our college tour is a great way to engage with them in a meaningful way,” said Alexandra Shapiro ,the vice president, marketing and digital, of USA Network. “We are excited to create a unique experience with special access to the franchise and talent that will help our devoted viewers forge a real-world connection to the series.”
Students who do not go to these colleges cannot attend. However, you can still nominate your school on suitsoncampus.com to participate in a socially driven competition. The top 10 colleges will be chosen.
As of right now the show has ended two seasons and is halfway through the third. I recommend everyone to watch it. The show isn’t available to watch on Netflix or Hulu but one can sign in on usanetwork.com/now/search/suits and view clips and full episodes.
Season 1 and season 2 are also available on DVD.
The show starts up again March 6, 9/8 CST.
The “Suits” College Tour will visit:
· UC Berkeley – February 4
· UCLA – February 6
· University of Arizona – February 11
· Northwestern University – February 18
· Boston University – February 26
· Harvard University – February 27
· Columbia University – March 3