USA Network’s legal dramedy Suits is adding some 24 star power for its upcoming fourth season.
DB Woodside, who starred as President Wayne Palmer on Fox’s real-time counter terrorism drama, has landed a multi-episode arc on Suits. Also joining the drama in a recurring role is Betrayal alum Brendan Hines. Woodside will play Jeff Malone, a former SEC prosecutor who is a financial expert with a personal stake in Pearson Specter; while Hines has been cast as Logan Sanders, the son of a millionaire entrepreneur who was born with a silver spoon in his mouth and isn’t used to hearing the word “no.”
Created by Aaron Korsh, Suits follows Mike Ross, a college dropout with an eidetic memory who, before being kicked out of college for selling an exam paper, once dreamed of becoming an attorney. After Mike wonders into an office while evading the police, he impresses Harvey Specter who then proceeds to hires him as a less-than-legal associate for the law firm of Pearson Hardman. The drama series is produced by Universal Cable Productions and stars Gabriel Macht, Patrick J. Adams, Gina Torres, Rick Hoffman, Meghan Markle and Sarah Rafferty.