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Major Crimes fans will at long last meet one of Captain Sharon Raydor’s children — and suffice to say, he’s got something to say about her inkling to expand their family tree!
TVLine has learned that Ryan Kennedy (Hellcats, currently on Defiance) will guest-star on the TNT drama in Season 3′s ninth episode, titled “Sweet Revenge,” as Ricky Raydor, a Stanford grad and software engineer who is on the verge of his first buyout (for a company he started with his friends). Described as “smarter than he is wise, »
Rusty Beck (wonderfully played by Graham Patrick Martin) has been an integral part of TNT’s Major Crimes since, well, before the show even aired. He made his debut on the series finale of The Closer, and was brought back for the spinoff, and we’ve spent the last two and a half seasons watching his journey.
Last night’s episode was a pivotal one for Rusty, as he gathered the courage to come out to his fiends in the squad room, and thanks to out showrunner James Duff, it was handled without histrionics, and with humor and sensitivity.
An Indian man has been killed in a swanky Hollywood hotel, and the unit discovers he had »
As a general rule, I’m a big believer in cinema moving forward. It’s vital for an artform to constantly renew and reinvigorate itself, in order to remain interesting and avoid stagnation. That’s why bold and visionary filmmakers are so important. To date, the writer and director of Reach Me – John Herzfeld – has been neither of those things (2 Days In The Valley, anyone?), but the new trailer for his latest movie suggests a move in a new, more intriguing direction.
The film is about a large collection of characters and their respective connections to a self-help book – titled ‘Reach Me’ – written by a reclusive author, played by Tom Berenger. Now, here’s the thing – it would seem that while this film represents the all-important forward motion for helmer Herzfeld, it may also prove to be the opposite for many in its cast – and that’s just fine. For »
- Sarah Myles
After linking up with his fellow action icons for The Expendables 3, Sylvester Stallone will be turning his hand back to drama with the release of writer-director John Herzfeld’s (2 Days in the Valley, 15 Minutes) new film Reach Me, which has just received its first trailer.
The film deals with a group of people whose lives intersect via a self help book and sees Sly as part of an ensemble that also includes Cary Elwes (The Princess Bride), Terry Crews (The Expendables), Thomas Jane (The Punisher), Tom Sizemore (Saving Private Ryan), Lauren Cohan (Supernatural), Nelly (The Longest Yard), Kevin Connolly (Entourage), Kyra Sedgwick (The Closer), Danny Aiello (2 Days in the Valley), Danny Trejo (Machete), Elizabeth Henstridge (Marvel’s Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.), Kelsey Grammer (The Expendables 3), Ryan Kwanten (True Blood), Omari Hardwick (Kick-Ass) and Tom Berenger (Inception).
Check out the first trailer here…
Reach Me is set for an October 24th release in the States, »
- Gary Collinson
TVLine has learned that the Walking Dead alumna has landed the female guest-starring lead in Season 3′s seventh episode, which will introduce her as Ann McGinnis, the second in command of the Lapd’s “Sob” unit.
A former Air Force Officer, McGinnis moved rapidly up the Lapd chain-of-command due to her intense focus on mission-oriented leadership. »
[This is a review of The Last Ship season 1, episode 1. There will be Spoilers.]
TNT’s The Last Ship is everything that a summer blockbuster should be – and one or two things that it shouldn’t. Overall, though, producer Michael Bay delivers an enjoyable, visually stunning and high octane hour of television that accomplishes its main goal: it makes us want to see more.
Based on William Brinkley’s cold-war era novel of the same name, the television adaptation of The Last Ship is handled by showrunners Hank Steinberg (Without a Trace, 61*) and Steven Kane (The Closer), who lead the tale in a slightly different direction – in that this story deals with the threat posed by a global pandemic ...
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- Jason Tabrys
Of course the Eric Dane-led drama based on the William Brinkley novel of the same name is not Bay’s first time executive producing a project on a boat: He was also behind Pearl Harbor and his first TV adventure Black Sails. Dane plays Captain Tom Chandler, a Navy man in charge of a 200+ person crew aboard the U.S.S. »
- Jake Perlman
The premiere of Syfy's humans vs. angels supernatural war series "Dominion," a sort of sequel to the Paul Bettany-led film "Legion," delivered two million total viewers during their June 19th premieres.
In ad supported cable scripted drama series premieres this year, "Dominion" ranks #4 in L+Sd rating among Adults 18-49 and Adults 25-54, and #2 among Men 18-49 and Men 25-54. [Source: TV By The Numbers]
Major Crimes Spin-Off
Hampton Fluker will guest star in "Major Crimes" in a backdoor pilot for a new spin-off series. Fluker's appearance will be during the seventh episode of the show's current third season. His role will be that of a third-generation Lapd officer and wannabe Swat member.
NBC is developing "Wasteland," an hourlong supernatural crime-drama limited series. »
- Garth Franklin
The actress will appear in Episode 6 of the upcoming TNT series as Amy Meyer, a type-a, overachieving high school senior who’s desperate to be a normal girl.
Amy is the one to beat at the Chicagoland Stem Fair (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics), where the best and brightest show off the future, and her »
While Major Crimes hasn't been nearly as successful as its predecessor, The Closer, the series has still done very well for TNT. Will it continue to be one of their most popular shows? Will this TV series be cancelled or renewed for season four? 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, Gw Bailey, Tony Denison, Michael Paul Chan, Raymond Cruz, Robert Gossett, Phillip P. Keene, Jonathan Del Arco, Kearran Giovanni, and Graham Patrick Martin.
The ratings are typically the best indication of a show's chances of staying on the air. The higher the ratings, the better the chances for survival. This chart will be updated as new ratings data becomes available.
Note: If you're not seeing the »
“Love is a deadly disease.” If that sounds crazy to you, it’s probably because you don’t live in the dystopian world of Emma Roberts‘ Delirium, in which hearts are never meant to be broken. In fact, thanks to a nifty government-regulated shot, they can’t be.
TVLine has an exclusive first look at the trailer for Delirium, in which 17-year-old Lena (Roberts) is excited to receive the miracle cure for Deliria — or “love,” as it’s known to us — until a chance meeting with police officer »
You'll find something odd when examining our Experts' Emmy predictions for Best Drama Actress: all 11 pundits include Julianna Margulies (" The Good Wife"). Three of them -- Mike Cidoni (Associated Press), Lynette Rice (Entertainment Weekly) and Glenn Whipp (L.A. Times) – even pick her to win. Hey, don't these folks remember that Margulies got skunked last year and, as Emmy legend goes, once you're out, you're out? -Break- Look at what happened in the past to Mariska Hargitay ("Law & Order: Svu") and Kyra Sedgwick ("The Closer") in this same category. Both past winners couldn't sneak back onto the nominee lineup after they got the boot. So why is everybody assuming that Margulies (who won in 2010) will be a rare exception? Yes, "The Good Wife" had a creative resurgence this past year, but is that enough? Emmy voting trends tend to be stubborn things. Or are t »
Now this is the Glee episode we’ve all been waiting for. Oh wait a minute … didn’t Glee already do this episode?
Life after Westboro: Libby Phelps Alvarez poses for ‘No H8′
48 Hours in Brunei: Hollywood Reporter Infiltrates the Underground Gay Scene
Stop the press! James Marsden is hot.
Well, this was inevitable. Lifetime is producing the holiday tv-movie Grumpy Cat’s Worst Christmas Ever, which “tells the story of a pet-store cat (Grumpy Cat) who can somehow communicate with a 12-year-old girl.” Hmm … it’ll have to do something magical to top this classic from icon David Decoteau.
Here’s the trailer for the new horror film All Cheerleaders Die. »
Terrence McNally’s Mothers & Sons was shutout at the Tony Awards, and will shut its doors on June 22nd.
Doctor Who To Regenerate In 7-City World Tour Introducing Peter Capaldi As Time Lord. “The 12-day roadshow is the biggest ever promotional undertaking in Doctor Who’s 50-year history and will kick off in Cardiff, Wales on August 7 before heading to London, Seoul, Sydney, New York, Mexico City and Rio.”
R. Kelly’s Youngest Child Comes Out as Transgender
Stop the press! There’s a homophobic Big Brother roommate.
Here’s the trailer for The Thing-esque creature feature throwback Harbinger Down
Here’s Lena Dunham‘s interpretive dance to Sia‘s “Chandelier.”
Hiiieeee! Here’s Alaska with “Your Makeup Is Terrible”
TNT kicked off its summer original lineup last night with the third season premiere of Major Crimes and the series debut of Steven Bochco’s new crime drama Murder In The First. At 9 Pm, The Closer spinoff Major Crimes drew 5.2 million total viewers, 1.2 million adults 18-49 and 2 million adults 25-54. That was up 3%, 1% and 6%, respectively, from its Season 2 opener. Murder In The First, whose entire season follows the solving of one case, followed at 10 Pm with 3.8 million total viewers, 808,000 adults 18-49 and 1.4 million adults 25-54. That was in line with the series premiere of King & Maxwell (3.5 million, 825,000 and 1 million), which followed the Season 2 opener of Major Crimes last year. The P.I. drama was not renewed for a second season. In total viewers, Major Crimes ranks as the No. 1 scripted season premiere year-to-date; Murder In The First as the No. 1 new series launch on basic cable so far this year. »
- NELLIE ANDREEVA
The Season 3 premiere of TNT’s Major Crimes on Monday night copped 5.2 million total viewers, with 1.2 mil landing in the coveted 18-49 sweet spot. That marks upticks of 3 and 1 percent from its sophomore opener and a slight demo gain versus its Season 2 finale (5.4 mil/1.1 mil).
Major Crimes in turn stands as basic cable’s top-rated scripted premiere for the year-to-date.
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Closing TNT’s night, the debut of Stephen Bochco’s Murder in the First delivered 3.8 million total viewers, with 808K landing in the 18-49 demo — numbers on par with »
TV Line has a Revenge spoiler, but it was actually pretty much expected.
Same-Sex Marriages In Wisconsin Can Continue, Judge Rules
MTV has ordered a ten-episode second season of Faking It
That production of Cat On A Hot Tin Roof that was canceled because of a heckling incident has been resurrected as a NOH8 fundraiser
Here’s out Sam Smith with the gorgeous “Latch”.
Buzzfeed presents 21 short and sexy celebrities.
Here’s the In Memoriam from The Tony Awards … which wasn’t actually televised.
Congratulations to the winner of the French Open! Here’s the faboo Grace Jones enjoying the occasion. »
There will always be Major Crimes to solve, and this Monday at 9/8c, Sharon Raydor & Co. are back on duty to do just that, as TNT’s popular drama opens Season 3. TVLine invited series creator James Duff to preview the theme for the 19-episode season, tease some tangled family ties and share the story behind the big, “fun” episode that just might launch a favorite character into his own series.
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Tvline | I know you always like to have a theme for the season. What’s the word for Season 3?
“Expectations.” If you »
There's more Major Crimes ahead. TVLine reports that the upcoming third season of the TNT series has been expanded -- from 15 to 19 episodes -- to match the size of season two. The first 10 episodes of season three are scheduled to start airing on June 9th.
Tenney has appeared on several episodes of Major Crimes already (without his TV wife Kyra Sedgwick) and will return in season three. Word is that the spin-off could also star Malcolm-Jamal Warner in his role as Lt. Chuck Cooper from season two.
What do you think? Are you looking forward to season three of Major Crimes? Would you watch a spin-off?
Exclusive: Lost alum Mark Pellegrino, who played Jacob on the hit ABC series, is reuniting with Lost co-showrunner Carlton Cuse. Pellegrino has been tapped as a lead in Cuse’s 10-episode straight-to-series A&E drama The Returned. Cuse wrote the first episode, and he and Raelle Tucker will write and executive produce the supernatural/suspense drama, an adaptation of the acclaimed French series. The Returned, from A+E Studios and FremantleMedia North America, focuses on a small town that is turned upside down when several local people, who have been long presumed dead suddenly reappear, bringing with them both positive and detrimental consequences. Pellegrino will play the rugged Jack, father of 20-year-old twin girls Lena, and Camille, who died in a school bus crash four years ago at age 16 and are now coming back. Pellegrino, repped by Domain and Framework, co-starred on the CW’s The Tomorrow People this past season, »
- NELLIE ANDREEVA
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