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'Winners Don't Make Excuses': Where To Binge-Watch All of 'Suits'

Harvey and Mike may be done closing cases on "Suits" but it's never too late to go back and relive some of their most exciting moments from the hit series. 

Gabriel Macht and Patrick J Adams in 'Suits'

The USA Network hit drama “Suits” aired its final episode in 2019, but it’s never too late to go back, catch up on the series, or simply rewatch the stories and characters that made it so popular. 

For those unfamiliar, “Suits" debuted in 2011 and followed the exploits of Harvey Specter (Gabriel Macht), a hot-shot New York City attorney with a reputation for closing some of the most difficult cases. When it’s time to hire some new blood to the law firm, he wants exactly that: someone different who isn’t just a carbon-copy Harvard graduate. 

He’s in luck when a young hustler named Mike Ross (Patrick J. Adams) slips into his office to try to avoid some unwanted police attention. He even fakes his way into an interview with Harvey wherein he reveals he has a unique mind that allows him to fully absorb the information he sees just with a glance. Armed with that special talent and a surprisingly gifted legal mind (even though he doesn’t have a law degree), Harvey gives Mike a chance. They team up to handle some of the most high-profile and complicated cases in the city and look damn good doing it. 

In addition, the show’s supporting cast — which includes Sarah Rafferty, Gina Torres, Rick Hoffman, and the woman who would go on to join the real-life royal family, Meghan Markle — helped make the show the powerhouse series it is today. 

For those who want to make “Suits” their next binge-watch, you’re in luck. The entire series is available to stream for anyone who has a subscription to Peacock. In addition, those who subscribe to Amazon Prime Video can also watch all nine seasons in their entirety on-demand. However, if you don’t have a subscription to either of those services but still want to watch “Suits,” you’ve still got options. 

The show is available to buy on YouTube, Google Play, AppleTV, and Vudu either per episode or per season. 

So tie up your tie (not a skinny one, please) and shine your nicest shoes before settling in to binge-watch all of the USA Network original series “Suits.” 

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