‘Suits’ Season 6 Spoilers: Pearson Specter Litt To Join Robert Zane’s Firm? Mike To Accept Harvey’s Job Offer?

By Jen Aguilar , Sep 28, 2016 05:10 AM EDT

When “Suits” decided to take a long hiatus after the controversial release of the first half of its sixth installment, the show did not keep its popularity from rising. The major cliffhanger left in the eyes and emotions of its wide fan base paves way to various theories.

Will Pearson Specter Litt Eventually Become Zane Specter Litt?
In the season 6 summer finale of the legal drama, Robert Zane (Wendell Pierce) proposed a deal that will merge his own law firm to Pearson Specter Litt’s but Jessica Pearson (Gina Torres) turned down the offer.

International Business Times noted that Zane’s recommendation is set to play a crucial role in the back half of season 6.

“Robert Zane is going to have to decide, and we’re going to wonder: Is he going to keep this offer on the table, or is he not? And whether he keeps it on the table or doesn’t, how are Louis [Rick Hoffman] and Harvey [Gabriel Macht] going to respond to that? That is absolutely one of the focuses of [episode] 611.” showrunner Aaron Korsh said.

With Jessica’s dramatic departure from the law firm, how would his former colleagues manage to get along with Zane’s company should both companies unite?

Is Mike Finally Accepting Harvey’s Job Proposal?
What future awaits Mike following his release from prison? His interesting fate in the upcoming episodes keeps the excitement alive on the viewers.

With Harvey’s offering Mike a consultant job position at Pearson Specter Litt, will Mike grab the chance and consider the salary? Will he finally pursue a law course to become an eligible lawyer in its truest sense?

Previous episodes of the show reveal Mike’s confidence and strategic ways in getting things work for him. But entering in the real world of law school where every document is scrutinized thoroughly, will Mike work his way considering that he does not even possess a university degree as the most important requirement.

When “Suits” returns, P.S.L. law firm will never be the same.

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