Legal drama Suits has been knocked off the top of the streaming charts after a recent period of domination.
Topping the Nielsen charts, it has become the most popular acquired show of all time.
However, new data for the final week of October has revealed that Suits has failed to pass one billion minutes viewed for the first time since June.
Nielsen has also revealed that Suits is second to The Office US in terms of weeks of viewing over 1 billion minutes, the comedy series topping the charts with 30 weeks to Suits' 18 weeks.
Responding to the show's resurgence, Korsh recently wrote on X (formerly Twitter): "I always thought we were underestimated, but it turns out, even I underestimated #Suits. It's good to be the King."
Former star Meghan Markle (Rachel Zane) has also addressed the success, calling the resurgence "wild".
Meanwhile, it was recently confirmed that Korsh and some of the show's stars including Sarah Rafferty (Donna Paulsen), Patrick J Adams (Mike Ross) and Dulé Hill (Alex Williams) will be reuniting for a special five-year anniversary panel at the ATX TV Festival next year.
It was also recently reported that a new spin-off is being developed by creator Aaron Korsh, which is expected to be "fast-tracked with a serious commitment" by NBCUniversal.
Suits is available to stream on Netflix.
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