When we talk about the most popular TV dramas of recent years, the mention of ‘Suits’ is mandatory. The moment Mike Ross walked into Harvey Specter’s room, with a ball full of drugs, the audiences were hooked. The story of an ingenious lawyer who never went to a law school was soon on everyone’s mind. The show had an intelligent sense of humor, the incredible setting of New York City, and a remarkable chemistry between its characters. Everything was tied together with one thing- Mike’s secret. Over the course of seven seasons, the show has come a long way. Mike is a proper lawyer now, Darvey finally happened (or did it?), and Rachel is getting married to a Prince! So, yeah, a lot has happened. While the show is on a break, you can satiate your inner lawyer with the following dramas. Here’s the list of TV shows similar to ‘Suits’ that are our recommendations. You can stream some of these shows like Suits on Netflix or Hulu or Amazon Prime.
12. Castle (2009-2016)
Speaking of unconventional combinations, this one sets up a detective with a murder-mystery novelist. Another from the bag of popular shows, it had an eight-season run. So, you have a lot to binge watch on. The incredible chemistry between Nathan Fillion’s Richard Castle and Stana Katic’s Kate Beckett was the main reason for its success. Add to it, the mystery spanning over several seasons, cleverly developed cases and the inherent humor of its characters. No surprise, this show was such a success.
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11. Ally McBeal (1997-2002)
It is highly probable that you weren’t into ‘Suits’ for its legal complexities and power-play. You were probably more concerned about Mike and Rachel’s relationship, or banging your head over why Harvey and Donna aren’t together already? If yes, then this is the show for you. It is more focused on the personal and romantic scenario of the lawyer Ally McBeal. You can easily call it a lawyer’s ‘Grey’s Anatomy’ because both the shows have a character’s relationships at center, with the daily cases influencing their decisions. This show also featured cross-over with ‘The Practice’, so there’s two shows in the same universe, for you.