‘Suits’ Returning to USA Network Thursdays as Lead-in for Denis Leary Comedy ‘Sirens’

“Psych” comes back for its eighth season on Wednesday, Jan. 8

“Suits” is coming back to the USA Network Thursdays, serving as a lead-in for the new Denis Leary-helmed EMT comedy, “Sirens.”

A six-episode third season of “Suits” kicks off USA’s new Thursday-night lineup March 6 at 9 p.m. ET. The run will feature Michael Phelps in a guest starring role, where the most decorated Olympian of all time will play himself and a client of Pearson Specter. The legal drama originally aired on Thursdays in its first season.

“Sirens,” a new 10-episode half-hour comedy about three unruly Chicago EMTs, starring Michael Mosley, Kevin Daniels, Kevin Bigley and Jessica McNamee, will literally follow suit at 10.

“Psych” returns for its eighth season on Wednesday, Jan. 8 at 9 p.m, the network also announced.

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“As a top cable drama, ‘Suits’ has a huge following of young viewers making it a perfect segue to Denis Leary & Bob Fisher’s brand of comedy,” said Jackie de Crinis, executive vice president of original programming, USA Network. “Both series feature sharp , witty banter from an ensemble of great characters.”

As previously revealed, “White Collar” is back from hiatus for Season 5, beginning Thursday, Jan. 9 at 9 p.m. ET.