Patrick J Adams Fan Gallery > Suits > Season 3 > 311 “Buried Secrets”
I’ve updated the Patrick J Adams Fan Gallery with stills from next week’s episode of Suits.
Patrick J Adams Fan Gallery > Suits > 311 Episode Stills
Early TV memory?
As a child Quantum Leap had an insane effect on me. I couldn’t get enough of that show, which is funny now as my girlfriend’s father (Donald P Bellisario) is the guy who created it. At family dinners I just sit there and stare at him, begging for answers. If you ever want to ask questions about how TV works he’s a good man to ask.
Enlightened on HBO, that I was really getting into and was really sad to see leave. It’s very odd in style, so I guess I can understand why it was cancelled. Another HBO show, Luck, which I got to be a part of for a small time, was a hard one to see cancelled. I think that that show was going to do some amazing stuff in the following season, so it was sad to see go.
I don’t really love when shows are remade. There’s something in my creative soul about that. Even when something is hugely successful, like The Office; to see it adapted for the States and other places, it always just left me feeling like it was a copy of this amazing thing that happened. I’m happy that The Office US was an amazing success for everybody; I don’t want to crap on that. But I wish people would come up with their own idea rather than stealing ideas from you guys.
I cried when…
The Red Wedding happened on Game Of Thrones. I still haven’t recovered. I didn’t realise how far they were really going to take it. People say on lots of shows that nobody is safe, but on that show truly nobody is safe. The people that you rooted for, had so much hope that they could do something good, are just erased. It really was a tough thing to watch. It feels like a TV moment that we’ll be talking about for decades.
Pitch us a TV show…
Let’s say an actor and a British journalist are put together, are forced to answer each other’s questions for 13 episodes. On a desert island. Hilarity ensues.
Suits star Patrick J. Adams is set as the male lead opposite Zoe Saldana in NBC’s four-hour miniseries Rosemary’s Baby, an adaptation of the 1967 best-selling suspense novel by Ira Levin. Jason Isaacs also has joined the mini, directed by Agnieska Holland. It centers on Rosemary Woodhouse (Saldana), a young wife and would-be mother who, with her husband Guy (Adams), moves into a Paris apartment that has a dark past. After finally getting pregnant, she becomes increasingly suspicious that both her husband and their isaacsmysterious neighbors have ulterior motives about the future of her child. Isaacs will play warlock/coven-leader Roman Castevet, a role played by Sidney Blackmer in Roman Polanski’s 1968 feature adaptation, in which Guy was played by John Cassavetes. This marks a nice NBCUniversal crossover, with Adams — one of the hottest stars of USA Network where Suits is a flagship series — taking on a lead of an NBC project. It also marks Issacs’ return to NBC where he toplined drama Awake. (He also worked with NBC topper Bob Greenblatt on Showtime’s Brotherhood.) Filming on Rosemary’s Baby, produced by Lionsgate TV, is slated to begin shortly in Paris. Adams is with Andy Corren Management, UTA and attorney Lev Ginsburg; Isaacs with Gersh, Independent Talent Group and Silver Lining.
USA Network is bringing Suits’ sophisticated legal world directly to its highly engaged collegiate fans when the show embarks on a nationwide SUITS College Tour ahead of the mid-season premiere, Thursday, March 6 at 9/8c. The tour will stop at seven universities, including Harvard, which is prominently spotlighted in the series, and feature SUITS-driven activities and an advanced screening of the SUITS premiere. For students who do not attend one of the seven listed schools, they can nominate their college at SUITSonCampus.com. The top 10 schools will compete in a socially-driven competition to win an exclusive screening of the season 3 finale.
“SUITS has cultivated a zealous millennial fan base and our college tour is a great way to engage with them in a meaningful way,” said Alexandra Shapiro, executive vice president, marketing and digital, USA Network. “We are excited to create a unique experience with special access to the franchise and talent that will help our devoted viewers forge a real-world connection to the series.”
The SUITS College Tour will visit:
UC Berkeley – February 4, 2014
UCLA – February 6, 2014
University of Arizona – February 11, 2014
Northwestern University – February 18, 2014
Boston University – February 26, 2014
Harvard University – February 27, 2014
Columbia University – March 3, 2014
Over the course of five weeks, the seven college campuses will be immersed in the world of SUITS. Each campus will experience an exclusive preview screening of the mid-season premiere followed by an interactive Q&A, where some of the beloved cast members will answer the series’ most burning questions and reveal behind-the-scenes moments. Students will leave with special SUITS-inspired takeaways including customizable t-shirts, tote bags, sunglasses, Uniball pens, water bottles, bottle openers and SUITS energy drinks.
Students who wish to attend the SUITS College Tour on their campus can RSVP and learn more at SUITSonCampus.com.
LONDON: UKTV has revealed its plans to screen the first episode of the third season of the legal dramedy Suits online, a week before its premiere on Dave.
The first episode of season 3 will become available on Dave on Demand, the Dave iOS app and Dave’s YouView service on Thursday, January 23 at 9 p.m. The third season is slated to begin airing on the Dave entertainment channel on Thursday, January 30 at 9 p.m.
Suits follows the life of Mike Ross, a troubled college dropout who lands a job working with a top NYC lawyer. The show stars Gabriel Macht and Patrick J. Adams.
Steve North, the general manager for Dave, commented: “This is a real treat for Suits fans who have been eagerly awaiting the start of the new series. Now they’ll be able to catch up with what’s been happening to their favorite characters a whole week earlier than the premiere of the first episode on Dave, whetting their appetite for what is set to be a spectacular third season of the show.”
BuzzFeed has put up an AWESOME new trailer – watch it HERE
PREVIOUSLY ON… | Louis discovered that Mike doesn’t have a file at Harvard; Rachel made a deal with Jessica, allowing her to stay at the firm; and Harvey told Scottie he wants her in his life.
COMING UP NEXT | What Louis didn’t find will “bore a hole in [his] crazy mind,” previews executive producer Aaron Korsh. “As Louis pursues what is going on with Mike,” his investigation will have “ramifications on many different people.” In the season opener, Rachel and Mike take a step forward in their relationship, while Harvey and Jessica deal with the fact that he didn’t get her OK before offering Scottie a job. As a result, they’ll be forced to “figure out how are they going to run this firm together” when they disagree, Korsh explains, adding that their resolution “will have an impact on what their power structure is moving forward.” For Harvey, there’s no taking back his offer of his heart to Scottie, either. For the first time in his life, the lawyer will be “navigating… what it means to be in a relationship, and he’s going to make some mistakes. And he’s going to have to learn from them,” says Korsh.