Jul 15, 2016 06:32 AM EDT
'Suits' Season 6 Spoilers: A Long Length of Prison Scenes and Awful Things Revealed by Creator Aaron Korsh
"Suits" sixth season will likely to bring more scenes in the prison as Mike is living a life behind bars.
Suits creator Aaron Korsh revealed the prison set he designed with his team. After looking at images of prisons from around the country, he tried to make an affordable setting but look real. Furthermore, he also said that viewers will watch Mike's life in the prison and interesting story unveiled during his time behind bars.
"Suits" season 6 premiere: episode 1
As you may have found out, the faux lawyer is put in jail in Suits season 6 episode 1 and made friend with an inmate, Frank (Paul Schulze), whom he quickly sees as a sincere guy. However, things may get worse since the cellmate found Mike's past and planned to threat Harvey, HollywoodReporter has learned.
While Korsh revealed that Mike's not going to be incarcerated for the whole season; he expressed excitement when thinking about the scenes behind bars - which will have some interesting plots to tell.
"Suits" season 6 spoilers: the trouble with the roommate
When asked about how Mike and Frank encounters, the TV producer said that he wanted to create troubles for Mike as his roommate was the man Harvey put behind bars. Things might get complicated with Mike and Harvey finding solutions to end their fears.
"Suits" season 6 spoilers: Frank the vengeful guy
Frank looks like a nice guy but he is a vengeful person with many plans in his head. As Frank finds out Rachel's phone number, he could intimidate her and cause Mike to suffer more with the mess. Not to mention, the corrupt guards that make Frank's plan could go even smoother.
However, Mike is pretty equipped with loads of attributes that will let him survive the life in prison and might 'control' what happens on the outside with helps from friends.
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