Sunday’s Golden Globe Awards will jump on the still fast-moving Suits bandwagon.
According to our sister pub Variety, the resurgent series’ leading men — Gabriel Macht and Patrick J. Adams — have been tapped to present at the 81st annual Globes ceremony, set to air Sunday on CBS. They join previously announced presenters Amanda Seyfried, Angela Bassett, George Lopez, Julia Garner, Justin Hartley, Michelle Yeoh and Will Ferrell.
Suits is, of course, coming off of a record-breaking streaming year, thanks in large part to the former USA Network drama’s popularity on Netflix.
The renewed interest in the show has prompted the development of an offshoot at NBCUniversal. Series creator Aaron Korsh is currently at work on a new iteration that is neither a revival nor reboot, but rather an hour-long project “set in the Suits universe” that would revolve around new characters in a new location — possibly Los Angeles.
A series order is said to be imminent, although it remains unclear where the latest spinoff would land — although NBCU-owned Peacock seems a likely destination.
Former cast member Meghan Markle recently weighed in on the procedural’s unlikely success story, exclaiming, “Isn’t that wild?”
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