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Bryan Greenberg of One Tree Hill Set to Shake Things Up on Suits L.A

New Lead Actor Announced for ‘Suits: L.A.’

Bryan Greenberg has landed a role in the upcoming TV series “Suits: L.A.,” a new spinoff within the same world as the original show “Suits,” as confirmed by NBC to E! News on March 14.

In this new series, Bryan will portray lawyer Rick Dodsen, mentored by Ted Black (played by Stephen Amell) at the prestigious Black Lane Law in Los Angeles. As he aims for a promotion, Rick faces competition from Erica Rollins (portrayed by Lex Scott Davis), a talented rising star in the firm’s entertainment division.

Joining Bryan in the cast are Josh McDermitt from “The Walking Dead” and Troy Winbush from “The Cosby Show.” Bryan took to Instagram to share his excitement about the new role, writing “Suiting up! #NextChapter.”

The news was well-received by his wife, Jamie Chung, who enthusiastically commented on social media. Former “One Tree Hill” co-stars also showed their support for Bryan.

The premiere date for “Suits: L.A.” is yet to be announced, but there is already interest from original cast members of “Suits.” Patrick J. Adams expressed his willingness to make a cameo appearance, stating his love for the show and its characters.

Abigail Spencer also teased about the abundance of suits in the series, hinting at intriguing storylines to come.

For more insights on the creation of “Suits” and its journey to becoming a successful series, read on.

Photo Source: Rick Kern/USA Network/NBCU Photo Bank/NBCUniversal via Getty Images

Chronicling the Origin of ‘Suits’

Aaron Korsh, the creator of “Suits,” initially had doubts about the potential success of the show. In 2008, as the writer’s strike was ending, Korsh’s agent suggested transforming his stories about Harvey, a former finance executive, into a TV series. Despite his background as a comedy writer, Korsh took on the challenge of crafting a dramatic narrative with unexpected twists and turns, leading to the birth of “Suits.”

Stay tuned for more updates on the “Suits: L.A.” spinoff and its ties to the original series. (E!, NBC, and USA Network are all part of the NBCUniversal family.)

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