Harvey Specter’s treat for India: Suits to be screened before US

  • IANS, Mumbai
  • Updated: Jan 26, 2016 17:18 IST
Mike and Harvey in a still from Suits. (Facebook)

Suits will be breaking its mid-season hiatus with a special Indian premiere. Comedy Central channel will host an exclusive screening of an episode of the American legal drama television series on Wednesday - 12 hours before it hits the television space internationally.

The screening of the first episode from season five post the mid-season break is scheduled to take place at Tilt All Day here for a limited audience, read a statement.

In order to win a chance to attend the exclusive Suits screening, viewers had to take part in contests on several platforms like Twitter.

Read: 10 things you didn’t know about Suits

Sabrina D’Souza, vice president, Viacom18 and marketing head - English Entertainment, said: “The men in Suits are back and this time we’ve got the upper hand, for the first time ever a select few in India will have the privilege of watching Harvey Specter, Mike Ross, upstage Louis Litt and the gang in an exclusive screening 12 hours prior to the US telecast.”

In the new season, we will see Harvey trying his best to save Mike Ross (yet again!). (Facebook)

She added: “It’s going to be a special evening as true fans of ‘Suits’ align to catch their favourite lawyers playing one hell of a power game. It is definitely an exciting event for us and I’m absolutely sure every single person at the screening is going to have a fabulous time.”

Anita Gibbs is out for blood.The action begins on Suits, this Wednesday at 10/9c.

Posted by Suits on Monday, January 25, 2016

The season of the show, which brings the fast-paced world of a Manhattan corporate law firm to television, will beam on the channel from January 31.

Read: The glamourous men and women from Suits

The story starts when senior associate Harvey Specter (Gabriel Macht) makes a risky move by hiring Mike Ross (Patrick J. Adams) a brilliant but unmotivated college dropout, as his associate.

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