In a since-deleted Instagram post, Adams claimed a woman in the airport called him "chunky" in a photo from the royal wedding.
Suits returns for its seventh season on July 12, but there’s another important date for fans to pencil in this summer: the USA series will air its 100th episode on Aug. 30, and star Patrick J. Adams will direct it. Ahead of making the announcement at the ATX Television Festival‘s “From Actor to ‘Action!‘” panel on Saturday, Adams — who’s directed three previous episodes of Suits — told Yahoo TV the plumb assignment was kind of by chance.
Warning: This interview contains spoilers for the Season 6 finale of Suits, “Character and Fitness.”
It’ll be a rough hour for Mike, and Harvey as well. Gabriel Macht: There’s a sense of a success that Harvey has — he feels like all the guilt that he’s been living with for all of this time that Mike has been in prison has subsided a little. This fear of abandonment that Harvey has had in his overall life experience with his own family members, it’s now becoming a reality in his work life.
Warning: This interview contains spoilers for the “The Hand That Feeds You” episode of Suits. It’s the episode of Suits fans have been waiting for: Mike Ross is free. Realizing he didn’t want himself (or Harvey) to be responsible for Gallo getting out of prison, Mike arranged for Cameron Dennis (guest star Gary Cole) to lay out the truth about Gallo at his parole hearing.
Pretty Little Liars star Troian Bellisario is getting booted into the married life—but not without a proper sendoff!
Our sneak peek from tonight’s episode shows Gallo’s next step after posing as Mike’s cellmate and encouraging Mike to text fiancée Rachel. The fight that ensues isn’t the only time Gallo and Mike will tangle in the hour, as the promo below teases.
Patrick J. Adams and creator Aaron Korsh tease the USA drama's return, plus a clip of Malcolm-Jamal Warner’s character, prison counselor Julius Rowe.