'Suits' Season 4 Spoilers: 'Litt Up' Consequences in Summer Finale; Cliffhanger Awaits, Says Series Creator [Watch Suits 4x10 Promo Video]

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By Arlene Paredes | August 20, 2014 9:49 PM EST

"Suits" Season 4, Episode 10, titled "This is Rome," is the summer finale of the USA series. Creator Aaron Korsh says Season 3's ending was not a "total cliffhanger." But this season will really leave viewers wondering what happens next. Something big has been happening to Louis Litt (Rick Hoffman) in the last few episodes, making viewers guess that his story could spark more twists or big changes in the series. Meanwhile, Suits Season 5 has been confirmed.

Spoiler alert: This feature contains Suits Season 4 spoilers. If you have not watched the most recent episodes up to Episode 9, you may find some surprises in the story development.

UPDATE: Suits Season 4, Episode 10 Review | Recap of Highlights

"[In the finale of Suits Season 3], when we ended with Mike (Patrick J Adams) leaving the firm, I didn't know if people would feel that was a cliffhanger or not," Aaron Korsh told TVGuide, hinting the summer finale of Suits Season 4 may contain a real shocker.

"You're definitely going to be wondering, 'What's going to happen?'" Korsh added.

By Suits Season 4, Episode 9 ("Gone"), Hoffman's Louis Litt has hired Mike Ross back, come clean to Jessica (Gina Torres) and Harvey (Gabriel Macht) about a huge mistake, and left Pearson Specter with a resignation letter that moved many fans, based on reactions on Twitter.

Donna (Sarah Rafferty) wants Harvey to fight for Louis. Mike reminds Harvey Louis is the reason he is back at the Pearson Specter firm. However, Jessica enumerates all of Louis' missteps, culminating to his deal with the diabolical Charles Forstman (Eric Roberts). Her decision is final. In a twist, Suits Season 4, Episode 9 ended with Litt's resignation letter being read as a montage of the characters rolled.

Suits Season 4 viewer reacts on Twitter: Louis Litt's Resignation Letter

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