Why Isn’t Suits Season 9 on Netflix? Where to Stream Suits Season 9

There have been no shortage of long-running legal shows in TV history, from wacky workplace comedies like Ally McBeal to more serious, serialized fare like How to Get Away With Murder. Some of the best courtroom dramas have a hook that brings specificity to the genre—think the titular towncar in The Lincoln Lawyer—and when it comes to a premise that can run and run, there aren’t many that did better than Suits.

The show began as the story of Mike Ross (Patrick J. Adams), who talks his way into a job at a high-powered New York law firm, working with attorney Harvey Specter (Gabriel Macht), despite being a college dropout and completely unqualified to practice law. Much of the early conflict of Suits arose from Mike and Harvey struggling to keep Mike’s secret while also working cases each episode.

In Season 7, Adams departed the series, along with fellow cast member Megan Markle, who played his love interest Rachel Zane, and you might have thought: well, there goes the show. However, the popularity of Suits continued, and the cast was reshuffled for Season 8.

Seasons 1 to 8 are currently streaming on Netflix. However, the show’s abbreviated ninth and final season, which aired in 2019, is not on the platform—and it’s not entirely clear why. Don’t worry, though: it’s out there, just elsewhere.

Where to stream Season 9 of Suits:

You can watch all 10 episodes of Suits Season 9 on Amazon Prime Video. Alternatively, you can watch all nine seasons of the show on Peacock.

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