Suits Season 7 Spoilers: Airing Of Two Back-To-Back Episodes With Respective Synopsis Revealed

Mike and Rachel will never be seen in the series after the airing of final episodes of ‘Suits’ Season 7 tomorrow.

Suits Season 7
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Time has come for Suits Season 7 to go for a hiatus. The USA network will air two back-to-back episodes of the American legal drama series tomorrow, Wednesday, April 25 before going for a break. Ahead of the airing of two non-stop episodes, the network has released a teaser promo hinting the viewers what they can expect to take place at the end of Season 7 part A.

Undoubtedly, the final episodes of Suits Season 7 will mark the end of two most important characters, Mike (Patrick J Adams) and Rachel (Meghan Markle). Although fans are quite upset as they won’t be seen in the series ever, still they are glad to see that they are going to have a happy ending before saying adieu to everyone. In one of the previous episodes, while in the mid of their wedding preparation, Rachel asked Mike to fill out a couples questionnaire to see if their values were really matching.

As far as tomorrow’s episodes 15 and 16 titled “Tiny Violin” and “Good-Bye” are concerned, here we have the synopses for these two episodes. Express gives the synopsis for episode 15 that reads – Louis (Rick Hoffman) and Harvey (Gabriel Macht) are blindsided by an attack against the law firm Pearson Specter Litt.

On the other hand, the synopsis for episode 16 titled “Good-Bye” suggests – It’s all hands on deck as Louis, Donna (Sarah Rafferty), and Alex (Dulé Hill) defend the firm, while Harvey aids Jessica (Gina Torres) on a case.

Don’t miss the airing of two back-to-back episodes of Suits Season 7 on Wednesday, Apil 25 on the USA network.

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