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Tonight is the season finale of USA’s Suits, which is the best show on television. There are so many reasons to love it, like compelling characters played to near-perfection by an ensemble cast, led by Gabriel Macht and Patrick J. Adams. Then there are the plots. Courtroom drama has always been interesting to watch; that’s how we sustained twenty seasons of NBC’s Law & Order, after all. But Suits doesn’t need to have court in session to be crackling. Whether a scene takes place in the halls of Pearson Hardman or on the streets of New York, it’s good. So good, in fact, that we’ve caught ourselves yelling at Mike Ross to get his stuff together. And we’ve been chewing Harvey Specter’s ear off quite often.
Talking back to your small screen isn’t uncommon when you’re watching a thriller or an action-packed show, like AMC’s The Walking Dead or HBO’s Game of Thrones, for example. We’ll even concede it if you’re watching a tense scene in a cop show like TNT’s Southland, waiting to see if the bad guy will get caught. But who’d expect to get animated about lawyers discussing a merger?
We at BFTV searched our brains for shows that consistently get us screaming, but aren’t necessarily supposed to make you do that (sorry, Homeland and American Horror Story). They also had to still be on the air (never mind how much time we wasted telling those kids on Legends of the Hidden Temple to just put the monkey statue together already). And most importantly, they had to be programs we love.
So while you’re waiting for the Suits finale – airing tonight at 10 PM ET/PT on USA – check out our list of the hit series and four other shows that aren’t your usual edge-of-your-seat programs, but still have us yelling at our TVs.
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Want an early look at tonight’s Necessary Roughness? Look no further.
In the clip below, TK (series star Mehcad Brooks) is looking to get his edge back after having successfully completed a rehab program. That leads him to something he probably never thought he’d do. Push play for a sneak peek.
Necessary Roughness is also making headlines tonight as the show is set to address the topic of gay playersin football, when one of the Hawks comes out to Dr. Dani (series star Callie Thorne). The plotline is part of USA’s “Characters Unite” program to fight against hate and discrimination.
Meanwhile, Dr. Dani and her therapist (guest star Peter MacNicol, Numb3rs) discuss her mother, and Matt’s (series star Marc Blucas) love life improves. Is that related to the return of reporter Noelle Saris (guest star Michaela McManus, Law & Order: SVU), his former fling?
An all-new Necessary Roughness begins at 10 PM ET/PT only on USA.
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