After nine seasons it’s time to say goodbye to Suits — but don’t worry, Suits might be gone, but also Suits will live on forever (because of streaming). It’s hard to believe that at any point in time we ever doubted that Mike and Harvey could take on some of the toughest cases in New York City together? Probably helped a lot that they had some amazing coworkers in their corner (and one who would eventually go on to be a real-life duchess, too).
While it’s certainly going to be weird that there are no more new episodes in the future, at least we’ll have all those Darvey moments shared together. This also means that now is the perfect time to find a brand new show to fill the Suits-sized hole in your heart.
We’ve done the hard work for you and rounded up the 15 best shows that are kinda like Suits for you to add to your queue asap. Happy watching!
15. The Resident
The show’s actually about all the residents — and nurses and doctors — at Chastain Park Memorial Hospital.
Based on the movie of the same name, a former sniper is brought out of retirement in order to stop the president’s assassination.
In this modern-day retelling of Sherlock Holmes, Watson is now a lady and played by Lucy Lu. Enough said.
Former soldier turned hotel night manager is tasked with infiltrating the inner circle of an arms dealer without getting caught — and getting out alive.
11. The Blacklist
After one of the most notorious men on the FBI’s most-wanted list resurfaces he agrees to work with one rookie agent in order to take down his “blacklist” criminals.
Semi-based on real events, the show follows a British task-force as they try to track down a serial killer.
In order to survive on her own, Teresa Mendoza must run from a Mexican cartel while creating her own drug empire.
As a Detective Chief Inspector, Luther is a little too consumed with his work, often falling headfirst into the cases he’s investigating.
Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson plays a retired NFL player who must navigate his new career of choice as a financial manager for other players.
Jason Bull is a psychologist and trial science expert who helps his clients pick the right jury members to win their court cases.
5. Ray Donovan
Ray is Hollywood’s go-to “fixer” for when they need problems to go away, but unfortunately, Ray can’t get his problems to disappear.
A lower-level cabinet member suddenly finds himself in the Oval Office where he’s got to learn how to be President — and fast.
3. The Catch
Looking for a Shonda Rhimes thriller? Look no further than The Catch as a private investigator starts a cat and mouse game with her former fiancé, who stole millions from her.
A spin-off of The Good Wife, Diane Lockhart is back to pick up the pieces and fight for justice.
U.S. Attorney Chuck Rhoades goes after hedge fund king Bobby "Axe" Axelrod in a battle between two New York figures in a struggle for power over the city.