‘Suits’ To Make Broadcast Debut On MyNetwork TV

Suits will make its broadcast television debut on MyNetwork TV this fall, where it will be offered on free television for the first time. The legal drama, created and written by Aaron Korsh, originally premiered on USA Network in 2011, and has since experienced a resurgence among fans following its Netflix debut. Suits is distributed to broadcast television by NBCUniversal Syndication Studios.

Frank Cicha, executive vice president of programming for Fox Television Stations, said: “It’s become increasingly more difficult, if not impossible, to launch obscure product on broadcast TV. Suits is arguably the most buzzworthy scripted series of the last half decade, and MyNet looks forward to amplifying its success by introducing it to the broadcast television audience. And we’re discussing some fun ways to do just that.”

Sean O’Boyle, EVP and national syndication sales manager, NBCUniversal Syndication Studios, added: “With its witty dialogue, engaging plots and enjoyable characters, Suits has proven its popularity in the streaming space, and is the right show at the right time to engage linear TV audiences across the country,” said. “We are thrilled to continue our successful partnership with MyNet in bringing Suits to broadcast television.”

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