'Suits' Season 5 Episode 11: Who sold out Mike Ross?

The prosecuting team has found a tough lawyer to grill Mike in "Suits" Season 5B.Facebook/USA Network

Episode 11 of season five promises great conflict as "Suits" fans saw genius attorney Mike Ross finally convicted and taken into custody after many scares in of the mid-season ender.

The big question viewers are asking now is who ratted on Ross, and what the tattletale's motive would be. There is a long list of people who could have dropped the bomb on Ross, as seen in Harvey Reginald Specter's list in the latest teaser of the upcoming 11th episode. The list of possible candidates include Father Parker, Claire (Troian Bellisario) and former friend Trevor (Tom Lipinski).

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"The writers can up with a different answer than I did. I don't know if everybody will be [surprised by the person's identity]," Executive Producer Aaron Korsh said in an interview with TV Guide. "But there's a long list of people who knew and there are certainly plenty of other people who could've found out and handed him in even though we've never seen them know,"

Episode 11 also introduces ruthless Assistant U.S. Attorney Anita Gibbs (Leslie Hope) who says that she will be the one who will put Mike in jail. Gibbs brings a grave threat to Ross and his freedom, bringing a new level of pressure on the firm.

Suits is an American drama that follows the genius Ross, who becomes a lawyer even if he never had to go to law school or take the board exam, thanks to his eidetic memory. The show started back in June 23, 2011 and has had five successful seasons ever since then, it's latest season airing in June 24, 2015.

Suits has received high praises from viewers and critics, garnering a rating of 8.7 out of 10 on IMDB, and receiving nominations for awards such as Favorite Dramedy in the People's Choice Awards 2015 and Favorite Drama Series in the TV Guide Awards of 2014.

The show has reportedly received a go signal for a sixth episode that will most likely premiere in June 2016.