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Suits: Creator talks about the end of the series and reveals if he asked Meghan Markle …

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Suits: Creator talks about the end of the series and reveals if he asked Meghan Markle ...

PLEASE NOTE: The following text contains spoilers of the final episode of Suits. Do not read if you do not want to know what happens.

The final episode of the Suits series was aired last night in the USA by USA broadcaster, and featured a series of fan-satisfying events. The plot's creator Aaron Korsh told Deadline about the finale and revealed whether he even considered a cameo by Meghan Markle, who lived Rachel Zane in the series before marrying Prince Harry and abandoning her acting career.

"Now that the episode aired, I can talk (about Meghan). I thought about calling her and asking for a cameo, or even using audios from her voice, which we have in the studio, to do something like that," confessed Korsh.

"In the end, I didn't ask her anything, because I thought I needed to respect her new life, not put her in the position (of having to decline the proposal). I never asked her anything," he added.

Other guest appearances that Korsh regretted did not occur in the final episode were those of Abigail Spencer (Dana Scott) and Gina Torres (Jessica Pearson, who now stars her own spin-off, Pearson, USA). Both actresses had schedules that were too full to attend.

Happy ending

The Suits creator also commented on the finale's events: the marriages of Louis (Rick Hoffman) and Sheila (Rachel Harris) and Harvey (Gabriel Macht) and Donna (Sarah Rafferty); the birth of the son of the first couple; and Harvey's departure to Seattle, where he will resume his partnership with Mike (Patrick J. Adams) and Rachel.

"I decided the ending would show Harvey and Donna joining Mike in Seattle at the end of season eight," Korsh said. "So, at the beginning of season nine, I defined what would happen to Louis, the wedding and the baby."

"When I wrote Suits' first script, I didn't even mean to propose the show to a broadcaster, so obviously I didn't know what would happen in the end. We had a lot of 'false ends' over the years," he said. still.

About the future of the characters, Korsh said he prefers not to think too far ahead. "I decided they (the broadcaster) canceled the show, and I'm going to embrace it. I'm enjoying, a little, not having to think too much about their future," he joked.



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