‘Suits’ Season 6 Return Date, Spoilers & Cast News: Showrunner Hints On Possible Departure From Other Cast Members

By Bernadette delos Santos - 08 Dec '16 05:30AM

"Suits" Season 6 will be returning with new episodes in January and fans are just reeling with concern over another possible departure from the cast members. In a recent interview, showrunner Aaron Korsh responds to the fans' concerns and hints on the possible fate of the show.

This article contains spoilers. Read on if you want to learn more about the details of this story.

"Suits" Season 6 cast news reveals that there are ongoing rumors that another major character will be leaving the USA legal drama. As most fans can recall, Jessica Pearson (Gina Torres) announced that she was leaving Pearson Specter Litt in order to pursue her true calling.

This is line with actress Gina Torres' decision to leave "Suits" Season 6 in order to take on another role in a different show. Many fans began wondering if they will see another cast departure in the upcoming episodes of the series.

Speaking with TVLine, series creator Aaron Korsh reassured fans that no other major character will be leaving "Suits" Season 6. However, Korsh explained that he does not have any idea what the future holds for the show and its characters.

"It's a long run," he said. "I never would have guessed that Jessica would have left."

Fans can now let out a sigh of relief for now knowing that "Suits" Season 6B will be back with the original five members. Cinema Blend also reports that filming for the second half of the season has already concluded.

According to the publication, photos from the set of "Suits" Season 6B have been released online via Sarah Rafferty. In the said photos, Rafferty posed next to Gabriel Macht, Patrick J. Adams and Rick Hoffman.

"Suits" Season 6 returns on Jan. 25 on USA Network.

Do you think another cast member will be leaving "Suits" Season 6? Share your thoughts in the comments section below!

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