TV Review: SuitsSynopsis: On the run from a drug deal gone bad, Mike Ross, a brilliant college-dropout, finds himself a job working with Harvey Specter, one of New York City's best lawyers.
Here, folks, is yet another TV show that is truly impressive.
Suits is a phenomenal show that shows us that Legal-based dramas can actually be interesting, funny, and damn cool, all at the same time.
Suits follows college-dropout Mike Ross who has just escaped from a drug deal gone awry, and accidentally finds himself in an interview for a position at one of New York's most prestigious Law firms.
As luck would have it, Ross somehow talks himself into a job as an Associate at Pearson Hardman.
Gabriel Macht, who plays Harvey Specter in the show, is pretty much the most badass guy you'll ever see. The way Macht performs and delivers his character is goddamn freakin' smooth. The guy oozes cool. He always seems to charm or 'cool' himself out of tough situations, which makes for some pretty witty watching.
Suits is a unique show, a show that's unlike most on (American) television these days.One season in, and Suits shows no signs of slowing down anytime soon. It's cool, slick, entertaining, humorous; and this is all from a Legal-based show! There's definitely something wrong.
Suits is a show that is definitely one to keep an eye on.