2019 has been one hell of a year most of the TV series we gave loved to watch has ended in this year. Be it game of thrones, whose ending was very controversial, to Big Bang Theory, which enjoyed a lot of fan following, there has been no dearth of great series which decided to close their curtains forever. And joining in the fray, is the series known as Suits.
Suits signs off USA tonight after nine seasons, and the Suits Season 9 finale marks the end of one of TV’s most special and underappreciated series. It is not only popular for Meghan Markle’samazing acting but also the two main characters, Harvey and Mike have their own hero following as well.
When Suits ends tonight, it will be one of the most bittersweet goodbyes in the history of television. The USA Series is saying farewell after nine seasons, more than a hundred episodes, and the kind of TV—not to mention cast and crew—that only comes around once in a while.
This is more than just another TV show ending. This is a TV show that dared to do things differently, that genuinely subverted expectations, and wasn’t afraid to admit when it fell on its face. It set the standard for what we should expect from our series while breathing life into ideas and archetypes that had been status quo for too long now. It gave amazing female characters, layered depths to various casts and broke the stereotype more than once.
It introduced audiences to a number of great talents who, while they never got awards-show acclaim, probably should have. It kept USA on the map while the network transitioned away from its original “blue sky” theme. And it was also, always, a heck of a lot of fun.