Adams has been with the series for all seven seasons and recently started directing episodes of the legal procedural, the last remaining drama from USA Network's "Blue Skies" brand (before the cabler went darker after the success of Mr. Robot).
According to numerous reports, Meghan and Patrick who play Rachel Zane and Mike Ross on the hit-show are looking to depart after Season 7. Page Six is pretty sure Markle's decision is based on her new full-time job, the title of which is "Stepping Out In Public With Prince Harry", though she's also maintaining an unsalaried passion project as "Chief Marriage Rumor Mill Generator".
Deadline have the inside word, noting that both Adams and Markle will have fulfilled their contractual obligations and are therefore eyeing an exit - but with a "no comment" coming from Universal. Korsh confirmed in September contracts for the cast are up at the end of the season.
The collective exit for Adams and Markle makes sense for their characters since they could leave the firm and finally start a life of their own. The 48-year-old may possibly star in an upcoming "Suits" spinoff.
"They all have things going on in their lives, we'll see what happens".
The show, which is now in the middle of Season 7, has not yet been picked up for an eighth season, but one is "likely", according to Deadline.
Vanity Fair's Katie Nicholl wrote earlier this month that Markle plans to stop acting entirely, and will focus on her philanthropy work full time.
"I had this onslaught of people retweeting the thing, people thinking it was a recent picture, and I just thought, 'What the hell is going on?' It was such an innocent moment of sentimentality that was twisted into something totally different".
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