Although Suits has always been a popular show, Meghan Markle definitely put it and Toronto on the map. The series has basically become a Canadian staple. It's wild to think that Suits is actually becoming a piece of royal history especially now that they've wrapped filming on their final season. Suits final season is officially done filming and the cast goodbyes are super emotional.
The Suits cast has known each other and worked with each other for almost a decade so naturally, saying goodbye was bound to require tissues.
Gabriel Macht started with his own tearful goodbye when he wrapped August 30. He dedicated his wrap message to his wife who supported him through it all. In his tribute Instagram post he wrote, "9 years ago I started the @suits_usa journey. It all began with the most important person in my life by my side. This life that has offered us so much..."
Besides Macht, Sarah Rafferty who plays Donna Paulse has let everyone know when her fellow castmates have been wrapping, writing personalized tributes to all of them. Her first post was a week ago when castmates Erksine Ford and Katherine Heigl wrapped saying it was, "such a pleasure working with these beautiful, talented, insanely generous souls."
Here next wrap up message was for Rick Hoffman saying "she had no words for this one."
Hoffman also had his own goodbye message on Instagram, dedicating his nine-year journey to his boss, also known as his agent.
Even Gina Torres had something to say about the final season although she departed the show back in season 6, “Today I say goodbye for the second and last time to all that made this show so very extraordinary. You know who you are. You will forever have my deepest love and respect.”
The last episode of Suits will air sometime in September 2019.
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