USA Network have confirmed Suits Season 9.
The iconic legal drama will return for one final season.
Although we don't currently have release date, previous seasons have been released in June or July.
Gabriel Macht (Harvey Specter), Rick Hoffman (Louis Litt), Sarah Rafferty (Donna Paulsen), Dule Hill (Alex Williams) and season 8 newbie Katherine Heigl (Samantha Wheeler) are all expected to make a return for the final season.
Rumours have circulated of Meghan Markle reprising her role as Rachel Zane but the show's writer Aaron Korsh has cleared things up.
Speaking to Deadline he said:
"As of this minute, I don't know which of our old original cast will be back and which won't because we're so early in the season. I can tell you that those things in the papers, I have no idea what they're talking about."
Season 8 has not yet finished, making it difficult to predict the plot of Season 9.
The show first hit our screens in 2011 and focuses on the trials and tribulations of a law firm led by Harvey Specter.
Season 8 Part B aired on January 23rd 2019 and is expected to wrap in late February.
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A trailer for the new season is yet to be released, however what we do know is there will be 10 new episodes.
The most recent seasons have had 16 episodes split into two halves.
Old faces return and relationships are put to the test.
— Suits (@Suits_USA) February 10, 2019
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In a statement after the announcement creator Aaron Korsh thanked USA Network:
"Though I know it isn’t true, it seems like only yesterday USA Network took a chance on an unestablished writer’s very first hour long script. These days that’s a common thing, but forty seven years ago when I first wrote the Untitled Korsh Project, nobody did it."
He also thanked fans of the show for their ongoing support:
To the fans who have stuck with the SUITS family through thick and thin, through can-openers and flashbacks – thank you for always speaking your mind. Without you, I might start to think I’m getting the hang of this writing thing. And once that happens, nobody wins."