Crucial info about season one: Mike Ross, an unemployed young man with an incredible ability to memorise facts, is taken on at law firm Pearson & Hardman, a firm that only hires Harvard Law graduates. Mike didn’t graduate from Harvard, in fact, he didn’t graduate from anywhere but when he accidentally stumbles into the interview room for first years at Pearson & Hardman, he manages to impress the firm’s hot shot lawyer, Harvey Specter, and earns himself a job.
I didn’t think it was possible, but Suits Season 2 is even better than Season 1. Whilst Season 1 focused a lot on the cases and the law suits, Season 2 gets personal. David Hardman (Yeah, Hardman as in ‘Pearson & Hardman’) is back and he means business. Hardman left the firm years ago after he was caught embezzling company money, something Jessica (Pearson) kept quiet as long as he left the firm, but after the death of his wife, he’s back, claiming that he’s a new person. Whilst Harvey and Jessica remain skeptical of this ‘new’ Daniel, the rest of the company seems to have been won over by him and rumours of takeovers start to arise.