The story so far...
Season one kicked off with legal whiz kid and college dropout Mike Ross stumbling into New York law firm Pearson Hardman. Despite the small drawback of being on the run from the cops after a drugs sting, Mike proved himself brighter than Stephen Hawking crossed with the sun, and got hired by cynical, shark-like closer Harvey Specter. And so we watched as Mike got stuck into various cases, bringing out Harvey's inner niceness, flirting with bombshell legal eagle Rachel Zane and generally being despicably successful. Except all that may be about to change.
Throwing a spanner in the works is Trevor (yes, it seems there are Americans called Trevor), who was once Mike's best bud. He's also a drug-addled loser who seriously resents Mike's relationship with his ex-girlfriend, and at the end of season one he decided to tell Jessica Hardman - head honcho at Pearson Hardman - that Mike isn't a qualified lawyer at all. It's a fair bet that Jessica won't be too pleased when she hears this, and season two will see the fallout from this almighty truth explosion. With a satisfying tangle of other sub-plots involving everything from a tennis prodigy to a drunken company boss, as well as plenty of bickering, ballet and marijuana (we're looking at you, Mike Ross), you can think of this season of Suits as like the first one, only totally better in every possible way, and we were already hooked to start with. No objections here, your honour.
The third season kicks off with a shift in the dynamics at the firm - after merging with a top British firm (which means guest appearances from Max Beesley), Harvey is at odds with his boss and mentor, Jessica Pearson, who forces Mike to do something he never thought possible... betray Harvey, #Shocker. Meanwhile things with Mike and Rachel get even more complicated after Mike finally reveals his secret that he never actually went to Harvard - and they cross a dangerous line that can never be uncrossed.
What will Season Four have in store?