Suits actor Patrick J. Adams, who plays Mike Ross in the hit USA series, has been talking about the possibility of there being a crossover between Suits and other USA network shows, such as White Collar and Burn Notice. Patrick says that, while that is a great idea, the scheduling of the shows would make it very difficult to do.
Adams was talking to Collider, when they asked him about to possible crossovers, to which he replied, "There is nothing standing in the way of it but just pure scheduling. It’s true, I guess they’ve never done it, right? No show on USA has ever had a crossover. I don’t think it’s ever been successfully pulled off and it’s because the schedules are so insane, we all shoot different shows. I think the only show that would make sense schedule wise for us would be Covert Affairs because they shoot Covert Affairs literally across the hall from us in this building in North Toronto."
He added, "Maybe somehow we could find - sometimes we sneak over to that site just to say hello to those guys, but we haven’t found a way to work it into the writer’s room yet. I don’t think it’s anything but a result of a difficult amount of scheduling just to get one show off the ground, but to try and get two shows to cross over is just asking a lot. But fans are powerful; I’ve learned this over the last two years. Just to watch how they can change something is pretty epic. So if you tell people to keep tweeting it I have no doubt that something might happen."
You can catch Patrick J. Adams reprising his role as Mike Ross, when Suits season two continues on the USA network, with the sixteenth episode of the season, on Thursday, February 21. As for Suits season three, well that is set to begin shooting in April, with an expected premiere sometime in June.