'Suits' Season 6 Air Date, Spoilers, News & Update: Creator Explains Gina Torres' Exit! Will Jessica Pearson Return?

By Jeanne Anne , Updated Oct 04, 2016 12:48 PM EDT
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Fans are now wondering what will happen in "Suits" Season 6 as Jessica Pearson (Gina Torres) left Pearson Specter Litt law firm. Although the managing partner of the company leaves triumphantly, many are surprised to see her exit.

Will Jessica Pearson Return In 'Suits' Season 6?

Jessica Pearson is known for being the Iron Lady of P.S.L. and one of the most important characters in "Suits" Season 6. The series creator Aaron Korsh revealed why Gina Torres has to leave the show and why it has to be grand. The TV producer explained that the 47-year-old star has to stay in her homeland in Los Angeles, as she is living in Toronto for production, because of some private matters.

Movie News Guide reported that Gina Torres' exit in "Suits" Season 6 has been formally discussed and mutually agreed. In fact, the actress has been consulting Aaron Korsh about her departure from the show. Although the writer is not happy about it, knowing that her character as Jessica Pearson is a much-loved, he is looking forward to her return.

Robert Zane's Offer Plays A Vital Role In 'Suits' Season 6?

Meanwhile, Aaron Korsh also revealed that they are now putting all their heart to conceptualize the remaining episodes of "Suits" Season 6. It has been known that Jessica Pearson rejected Robert Zane's (Wendell Pierce) offer to merge his law firm with P.S.L., but it would be a vital part of the show's continuation.

"Robert Zane is going to have to decide, and we're going to wonder: Is he going to keep this offer on the table, or is he not?" Aaron Korsh told TVLine. "And whether he keeps it on the table or doesn't, how are Louis [Rick Hoffman] and Harvey [Gabriel Macht] going to respond to that? That is absolutely one of the focuses of [episode] 611." "Suits" Season 6 winter premiere will air in January on USA Network.

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