'Suits' Season 6: First look at midseason premiere and other episodes

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The first look at the next part of “Suits” Season 6 has been released online, including a picture from the mid-season premiere. Pictures from the remaining episodes tease some of the scenes involving the major characters.

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Pictures posted on USA Network tease some key upcoming moments. The title of the mid-season premiere has been revealed to be “She’s Gone,” which suggests the plot will focus on the consequences of Jessica (Gina Torres) leaving the firm.

One possible consequence is tensions between Harvey (Gabriel Macht) and Louis Litt (Rick Hoffman). A picture from the next episode of the show teases the two characters having a conversation, and the report points out that it could be more of “yelling” rather than a polite exchange.

Harvey has his own way of doing things, and is used to having his way in any situation. Litt has a difficult time getting along with his co-workers. Will the two characters be able to set aside their differences and come together in “Suits” Season 6 to keep the company alive?

The picture of episode 12 shows Mike (Patrick J. Adams) and Rachel (Meghan Markle) getting cozy. The report points out that the two characters seem content, but does Rachel’s facial expression suggest that she is concerned about something?

The other possible love story this time around is between Harvey and Donna (Sarah Rafferty). The two characters were last seen holding hands at the office. In episode 12, Donna will be in Harvey’s apartment. Will the relationship of the two characters evolve into something more romantic or is she just there for a work related issue?

The picture of episode 15 is of Mike and Harvey on the streets of New York once again. The scene from episode 16 is that of Louis having a conversation with Donna.

The mid-season premiere of “Suits” Season 6 is on Jan. 25, 2017. The show promises more drama and tension.

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