In the grand symphony of TV series, "Suits" is the rockstar that refuses to fade into the background. Originally a USA Network gem, this legal drama has now become a Netflix sensation, breaking records and taking names along the way. Creator Aaron Korsh, feeling vindicated, had some sassy words to share.
Korsh, with a wry grin, confessed, "I always thought we were underestimated, but it turns out, even I underestimated Suits. It's good to be the King." So, what's the secret sauce behind this resurgence? According to executive producer Gene Klein, it's a blend of timeless appeal and Netflix's digital wizardry. "People keep discovering it, and there's something about the show that's like comfort food. It's a tribute to the show's brilliance, but also a tip of the hat to Netflix and its power," Klein explained.
Netflix's algorithmic prowess, it seems, is like a matchmaker for Suits and its new admirers, a testament to the changing dynamics of TV consumption in the digital age. But here's the million-dollar question: Will the Suits crew return for an encore performance? While dreams of a reunion dance in fans' heads, Klein drops a tantalizing hint: "I've mentioned to [creator] Aaron [Korsh] that I'm expecting a call in this era of reboots and reunions. But so far, nothing serious. You wouldn't be surprised if somebody called you someday, though."
A reunion, of course, comes with its own set of challenges, from coordinating busy schedules to untangling contractual webs. But the Suits family, recently reunited at a themed event, proves that their camaraderie is as strong as ever. As "Suits" continues its reign, we can't help but wonder about the future. A revival? Maybe. For now, let's raise a toast to the indomitable spirit of Suits and the memories it's etching into our hearts.
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