Suits spinoff series Suits: LA pilot episode is all set to kick off production after receiving green signal at NBC on Thursday.
As reported by Variety, the production on the upcoming spinoff will kick off in Vancouver later in March.
The new version of Suits will center on Ted Black, a former federal prosecutor from New York, who has made a name for himself in Los Angeles by defending the wealthiest clients.
He has to accept a role that he has disregarded for his whole career in order for his company to survive at this critical moment.
Ted is surrounded by an amazing cast of personalities that constantly blur the lines between their personal and professional lives, testing their allegiance to Ted as well as to one another. While all of this is happening, the circumstances that prompted Ted to leave everything and everyone he loved behind are gradually coming to light.
The new series, will be executive produced by Doug Liman, the man behind successful movies like Mr. & Mrs. Smith (2005) and The Bourne Identity (2002), with Aaron Kosh, the creator of Suits, is directing the upcoming spinoff.
Although the cast of Suits: LA is yet to be announced, Patrick J. Adams is willing to make a comeback to the spinoff as he revealed previously in an interview with The Hollywood Reporter.
"If I got the phone call, I'd be ready to suit up again," said Adams, adding, "I loved the show, I love the characters and I loved working with all these people."
Suits, which initially ran on USA Network for nine season between 2011 to 2019, rose to the new heights of popularity after releasing on Netflix.
The show is currently streaming on Peacock, which also hosts the second Suits spinoff, Pearson.
Suits ensemble cast included, Meghan Markle, Gina Torres (who led the short-lived “Pearson” spinoff), Gabriel Macht, Patrick J. Adams, Rick Hoffman, Sarah Rafferty and others.
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