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Meghan Markle, who stars as whip-smart paralegal Rachel Zane on the hit USA Network original series SUITS, will be on hand to chat live with fans tomorrow night at 10/9c during the east coast airing of the mid-season finale “High Noon.” SUITS delves into the fast-paced, high-stakes world of a top Manhattan corporate law firm where Gabriel Macht stars as legendary law partner, Harvey Specter, and SAG Award-nominee Patrick J. Adams stars as his brilliant, but not-technically-legal associate Mike Ross. Despite his lack of bonafide credentials, Mike’s photographic memory and encyclopedic legal knowledge make him an invaluable asset to Harvey. Tension has been mounting since the other half of Pearson Hardman, Daniel (guest star David Costabile), returned to battle Jessica (Gina Torres) for control and now the firm’s fate could rest in the hands of Louis Litt (Rick Hoffman). As the summer season wraps up, Harvey (Gabriel Macht) needs Mike’s (Patrick J. Adams) help as the battle finally reaches its climax, but after the devastating loss of his grandmother he falls off the grid and Rachel (Meghan Markle) is the one there for him.

Fans can log in to USA’s Character Chatter at and get the chance to win an autographed photo of the cast.

After the SUITS finale, fans can experience more of Pearson Hardman via online and mobile devices to learn more about the firm along with its powerful legal teams – from partners to assistants. Viewers can test their prowess in closing deals for the firm or taking the Young Genius Trivia Quiz to ensure they are ready to go toe-to-toe with other counselors. The skills they sharpen now will help them as they participate in Suits Recuits, a new interactive storytelling experience enabling fans to join Pearson Hardman’s Rachel Zane (Meghan Markle) as a lead paralegal, or Donna Paulsen (Sarah Rafferty) as a powerful assistant, and the rest of the cast, via video, audio and text correspondence, to solve one of the firm’s toughest cases.

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