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USA Network recently announced that “Suits” Season 7 will premiere on Wednesday, July 12 at 9 p.m. EDT.

Plot details about the season premiere are being kept under wraps, but series creator Aaron Korsh recently revealed that episode 1 of the new installment will see the ramifications of Louis’ (Rick Hoffman) recent heartbreak from Tara (Carly Pope).

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“What happened to Louis’ [romantic life] is going to affect his reaction to things in the beginning part of [next] season, certainly the first episode,” Korsh told TVLine last month. “The notion of Harvey (Gabriel Macht) becoming managing partner is not something that Louis would go to the mattresses over, to use the ‘Godfather expression.’ The question is: When Harvey makes specific decisions from the position of managing partner that Louis disagrees with, how’s that going to go?”

In addition to examining Louis’ reaction to his split with Tara, Season 7 will also start exploring Mike’s (Patrick J. Adams) journey as a full-fledged lawyer.

Korsh told TVLine that the fact that Mike is no longer a fraud relieves him of the burden of feeling that he’s always going to be caught. “It’s going to allow him to step out of the shadows and maybe behave with a little more confidence,” said Korsh. “It allows [him] now to just worry about what it’s like to be a lawyer in the shark-infested world of New York corporate law.”

Korsh added that at some point next season, Mike is also going to share that journey with his fiancée Rachel (Meghan Markle), who will soon become a full-fledged lawyer, too.

Season 7 will also find Mike working side by side with Harvey (Gabriel Macht) just like the old times. At the end of the Season 6 finale, Mike agreed to return to the firm with the condition that he will be allowed to continue working on cases with Nathan’s (Peter Cambor) legal clinic. While that deal seems to be a win-win situation for both Mike and Harvey, Korsh told Deadline that the said agreement will potentially cause some conflict between the dynamic duo.

As for what’s in store for Donna (Sarah Rafferty) in Season 7, Korsh teased to Entertainment Weekly that the role of Harvey’s secretary “is going to change … and that’s a result of [The Donna] storyline” introduced last season.

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