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Major Crimes has a major change in store. Recently, showrunner James Duff spoke with TVLine about the season five return of the TNT series.The crime drama follows the further investigations of the detectives in the Los Angeles Police Department’s Major Crimes division. The cast includes Mary McDonnell, Tony Denison, Gw Bailey, Michael Paul Chan, Raymond Cruz, Robert Gossett, Phillip P. Keene, Graham Patrick Martin, Kearran Giovanni, and Jonathan Del Arco. TNT has already renewed the show for a sixth season.Read More… »
"Cancel the trip. Cancel everything. We caught a murderer." TNT has released a new promo for the season five return of Major Crimes.Last week, we reported the network has renewed the crime drama for a sixth season. The cast includes Mary McDonnell, G.W. Bailey, Tony Denison, Michael Paul Chan, Raymond Cruz, Kearran Giovanni, Phillip P. Keene, Jonathan Del Arco, and Graham Patrick Martin.Read More… »
Say it with us now, Breaking Bad fans: Yeah, bitch!
Based on a clip from Tuesday’s Ellen, it seems like there’s a good chance Jesse Pinkman will show his face in the third season of Bad‘s prequel, Better Call Saul.
“God, I hope so,” Bad star Aaron Paul responds when host Ellen DeGeneres asks him whether the feckless drug dealer will ever show up on the spinoff. “Maybe I already shot it. We just — or they just — wrapped the [latest] season.”
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TNT is shifting toward dark and gritty TV shows and they're ending their most-watched drama (Rizzoli & Isles). So, where does that leave Major Crimes? Could this be the final season? We already know it will be the shortest season since 2012. Will Major Crimes be cancelled or renewed for a sixth season? Stay tuned.Major Crimes follows the further investigations of the detectives in the Los Angeles Police Department's Major Crimes division. The crime drama's cast includes Mary McDonnell, Tony Denison, Gw Bailey, Michael Paul Chan, Raymond Cruz, Robert Gossett, Phillip P. Keene, Graham Patrick Martin, Kearran Giovanni, and Jonathan Del Arco.Read More… »
To keep the bad guys on the run, TNT has renewed its Major Crimes TV show for season six. The sixth season order is for 13 hourlong episodes. The second half of Major Crimes, season five, resumes on TNT Wednesday, February 22, 2017 at 9:00pm Et/Pt.A sequel to Kyra Sedgwick's crime drama, The Closer, Major Crimes stars Mary McDonnell, G.W. Bailey, Tony Denison, Michael Paul Chan, Raymond Cruz, Kearran Giovanni, Phillip P. Keene, Jonathan Del Arco, and Graham Patrick Martin.Read More… »
Major Crimes will continue to be TNT's longest-running drama.
It was just renewed for a sixth season by the network.
The successful series predates current network head Kevin Reilly and a time when the net focused on procedural fare.
While the focus may be changing at the network, there's no denying the focus of TNT's audience.
This past summer, Major Crimes reached an average of 10 million viewers per episode across TNT's multiple platforms and finished the third quarter ranking as one of cable's Top 10 dramas with adults 18-49.
In its first season, it ranked as cable's #1 new drama of 2012, and it has remained among the most-watched dramas on cable ever since.
Major Crimes centers on a special squad within the Lapd that deals with high-profile or particularly sensitive crimes. »
- Carissa Pavlica
“Major Crimes” has been renewed for a sixth season at TNT, the network announced Wednesday. The renewal comes well before the show’s return for the second half of Season 5 on Feb. 22. Season 6 will consist of 13 episodes.
The series, originally a spin-off of network-maker “The Closer,” has been a bulwark for TNT, pulling in 10 million viewers a week across all platforms, according to Turner. Turner Entertainment chief creative officer Kevin Reilly has taken TNT’s creative direction away from the kind of meat-and-potatoes police procedural that marked the networks’ previous aesthetic. Yet even with series like “Rizzoli & Isles” breathing their last and new, grittier series like “Animal Kingdom” and “Claws” coming to populate the TNT schedule, it appears there’s still room for “Major Crimes.”
“Major Crimes” follows a special squad within the Lapd that deals with high-profile or particularly sensitive crimes. Led by Captain Sharon Raydor (Mary McDonnell), the squad includes Lieutenant Provenza (G.W. Bailey), Lieutenant »
- Oriana Schwindt
TNT’s Major Crimes has been renewed for a 13-episode Season 6, the cabler announced on Wednesday.
RelatedMajor Crimes Gets Winter Return Date, On a New Night
If the abbreviated order has you feeling a bit of deja vu, it’s because the procedural started Season 5 with the same, skimpy episode count, before eventually getting upsized to 21 total episodes.
Season-to-date, Major Crimes is averaging 3.7 million weekly viewers and a .45 demo rating, on par with its previous cycle (which aired a record 23 episodes).
"What in the hell are we doing here?" TNT has released a new preview for the season five return of Major Crimes.The police drama follows the investigations of the detectives in the Los Angeles Police Department’s Major Crimes division. The cast includes Mary McDonnell, Tony Denison, Gw Bailey, Michael Paul Chan, Raymond Cruz, Robert Gossett, Phillip P. Keene, Graham Patrick Martin, Kearran Giovanni, and Jonathan Del Arco.Read More… »
Better Call Saul is getting another familiar face!
Giancarlo Esposito, who played the notorious Gus Fring on AMC'sBreaking Bad confirmed on Twitter on Wednesday that Gus and his fast food chicken empire would be showing up this season on the acclaimed drama's well-received spin-off series.
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"I'm back!! What you've been waiting for, the rise of Gus is coming! Check this out," the 58-year-old actor captioned a faux-commercial for his character's Pollos Hermanos restaurant.
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10 items from 2017
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