‘Suits’ Still Has the Meghan Markle Sparkle — USA Series Sets Streaming Record 4 Years After Finale

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The movie Suits, which made Meghan Markle famous, is breaking streaming records. Nielsen detailed that the legitimate show, which circulated on the USA Organization somewhere in the range of 2011 and 2019, has established another standard as the most seen gained streaming title almost four years after its series finale.

For the week of June 26 to July 2, the show starring Gabriel Macht, Patrick J. Adams, Sarah Rafferty, and Meghan Markle reached 3 billion viewing minutes on Peacock and Netflix.

According to Netflix’s Top Ten list, the first season of Suits accumulated more than 26 million hours of viewing time in that one week alone on Netflix, where the show’s first eight seasons can be streamed. At least four weeks have passed since the show entered Netflix’s Top 10 Series. The series’ median viewing age is trending younger than during its first run, according to Nielsen, indicating that younger generations are interested in it.

Suits follows the personality of Mike Ross (Adams), who wind up working at a law office close by some of New York City’s best legal counselors including Harvey Phantom (Macht), Donna Paulson (Rafferty) and Rachel Zane (Markle). The cable channel announced that Markle, who was completely stepping away from the show business, would be leaving the show after season 7 shortly after the couple announced their engagement in November 2017.

Notwithstanding Markle and her costar Adams both leaving their jobs after the series’ seventh season, Suits carried on for two additional seasons, closing in 2019. The show appeared on Netflix in June, a half year after the Duke and Duchess of Sussex’s docuseries Harry and Meghan dropped on Netflix, impacting the world forever as the stage’s greatest narrative presentation ever with 81.55 million review hours.

Markle and Sovereign Harry, 38, first marked a long term manage Netflix in September 2020. The couple’s production hub, which was later renamed Archewell Productions, was said to exclusively produce documentaries, docuseries, feature films, scripted shows, and children’s programming for the platform at the time, according to The New York Times. Their projects that are currently available for streaming include Harry & Meghan and Live to Lead, a documentary series that is based on Nelson Mandela and features the work of Ruth Bader Ginsburg, Greta Thunberg, Gloria Steinem, and others.