USA can’t get enough Harvey Specter.
TVLine reports that the cable network has ordered a fourth season of its hit series “Suits,” which will return with its final season 3 episodes in early 2014 after the Winter Olympics.
Season four of the legal drama will consist of 16 episodes, tentatively set to premiere in summer 2014.
The renewal is something of a no-brainer, since “Suits” regularly brings in some of the network’s best ratings, especially since “Burn Notice” has left the building.
“[Series creator] Aaron Korsh consistently pushes the boundaries of storytelling and the series promises to deliver a provocative fourth season,” network president Chris McCumber teased in a statement.
The series stars Patrick J. Adams as a man with an extraordinary memory who finds himself work as an attorney at a top law firm – even though he never went to law school. Gabriel Macht, Gina Torres, and Meghan Markle also star.
USA also recently renewed “Covert Affairs,” “Royal Pains” and “Graceland,” with bubble series “Necessary Roughness” still awaiting its fate.