Next Monday Seven premieres Suits, the legal drama from USA Network starring Patrick J. Adams and Gabriel Macht.
It will premiere at 9:30pm following Body of Proof.
The show follows college drop-out Mike Ross, who has always dreamed of becoming a lawyer but life has taken him in a different direction.
However, when an unexpected opportunity presents itself, he soon finds himself becoming the new associate at one of Manhattan’s top corporate law firms. There is only one problem -he doesn’t actually have a law degree.
The show received a 12-episode order in January.
Harvey Specter is the best lawyer in New York City, and he’s on the hunt for a new associate. Mike Ross isn’t your average Harvard Law School student…he’s not even enrolled there. But that doesn’t stop the legal prodigy from taking the bar exam for Harvard graduates. However his grandmother is sick and he needs money- fast. Thanks to his best ‘pot-dealing’ friend and a little bit of fate, Mike ends up being interviewed by Harvey, and with that, the finest law due in the toughest town is born. Mike is handed his first case, a ‘pro bono’ sexual harassment suit involving a CEO. But will Mike’s need for money and his ”bad influence” friend get in his way? Harvey is about to find out.
Meanwhile Seven will screen a special at 7:30pm, Wild and Woolly – An Elephant and His Sheep. Is this the timeslot where The X Factor could go?
Baby elephant, Themba, lost his mother after she fell down a cliff. The team at the Shamwari Rehabilitation Centre rescued him and it was to be a two year journey that would change their lives forever. Themba befriended a sheep named Albert, and together they formed a bond as strong as any human friendship. Albert never left Themba’s side, and there was never a dull moment when the unlikely duo were around. This story not only provides an indescribable insight into the truly complex nature of elephants, but also shows the power of patience, humility, and most importantly unconditional love. It’s a story you have to see yourself to believe.