If you were eagerly excited to learn the title of the upcoming Gina Torres fronted Suits spinoff, then we think you're going to be very disappointed.
Drum roll please...The name of the companion series is...
Suits: Second City
Yeah, it's not the most creative, but it sure makes one think that the marketing team wants to make sure that fans don't miss the fact that this is a spinoff.
If you're a fan of Suits, I'm sure we can all agree that no other character on TV can get $hit done quite like Jessica Pearson.
Everyone at Pearson Specter Litt was scared of her back in the day, and that's because she is not one to mince words. She says things like they are, and a part of me thinks that Jessica would be frowning at such a tame title.
We're sure there are a bevy of different names that this show about a kick-ass former lawyer could be called.
The spinoff was given a series order back in March and will revolve around Jessica taking on a new role in Chicago after her name being dragged through the mud.
“Gina’s portrayal of Jessica Pearson as one of television’s strongest, most successful businesswomen has made a huge impact with fans,” said Chris McCumber, President, Entertainment Networks, NBCUniversal Cable Entertainment in March.
“We can’t wait to explore this next chapter in the Suits legacy –- and a brand new world for Jessica.”
"It was an extraordinary pleasure working with Gina on Suits for six years," said Suits creator Aaron Korsh in a statement when the order was placed.
"Beyond her undeniable talent, she is an incredible partner and collaborator, and I always hoped we would work together again."
"I am sincerely grateful to USA and UCP for giving Dan Arkin, my producing partners at Hypnotic and me the opportunity to continue Jessica Pearson's journey in this new series that will encapsulate all that our fans love about her and Suits –- but with its own distinct story that will be unique to the franchise."
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