"Suits" definitely ended with a surprising midseason cliff hanger, with fans seeing main protagonist, Mike Ross, arrested for fraud. Now, fans would have to wait for what is to come in the second half of the season.
"Suits" follows the life of Mike Ross, a college dropout with an eidetic memory. With the help of Harvey Specter, a well respected lawyer, Mike cons his way through each courtroom without actually having a law degree.
Even on hiatus, fans of the show have been clamoring to get a couple of clues about the second half of season five, even asking the most important question, "Who turned Mike in?" In a recent interview with TV Guide, showrunner, Aaron Korsh, took his time to answer some questions regarding what is to come after the recent midseason finale. However, he made sure to keep mum about who could've turned Mike in. But he did not rule out the possibility of Rachel's parents being the whistleblowers.
IB times reports that it is possible that Rachel's parents could've turned their soon to be son-in-law in. With the couple itching closer to getting hitched, exposing Mike as a conman would save their family from future humiliation.
Korsh also stated, in an interview with TV.com, that the recent turn of events were not far from materializing, as it was just a matter of timing.
"We actually for a change did know that. We didn't know if it was gonna happen in Episode 16 or Episode 10. I think it might've happened at the end of last year that we thought, 'Let's just do it. It's time," he explained.
According to Venture Capital Post, the showrunner even hints at possible changes that are to happen since Mike's arrest. It will not only have an impact on his relationship with his fiancée, Rachel, but also on the firm, especially Harvey.
The second half of "Suits" season five is set to premiere in 2016.