When a newly released prisoner misses two back-to-back parole meetings, the squad is called in to track him down after the suspect’s therapist expresses concerns over his mental state. Meanwhile, Sharon invites therapist, Dr. Joe Bowman, to the office to evaluate Rusty over a game of chess.
So far, it feels as though something is missing, and Major Crimes Season 2 Episode 13 didn't provide the spark that I was looking for. I can't quite place my finger on it, but the magic that was established during Major Crimes Season 1 and disappeared with the introduction of DDA Rios at the beginning of Major Crimes Season 2, hasn't been reestablished. It's not that the stories or characters are badly written, but the thread that used to tie the two together seamlessly is missing. ... more
This summer, TNT’s 'Major Crimes' is returning for its third season and is bringing with it a slew of new and familiar faces. Today, the network announced returning guest stars, in addition to some fresh talents. To start, Tom Berenger , Jon Tenney , Bill Brochtrup , more
What happens when spin-offs get their own spin-offs? It looks like we're about to find out. TVLine exclusively reports that TNTis in the process of developing an offshoot of its series 'Major Crimes' -- which, in itself, isa descendant of 'The Closer' --and would focus onfranchise vet Jon Tenney ‘s FBI character Special Agent Fritz Howa... more
In addition to all of the other news we’ve been reporting, here are a few entertainment and TV headlines you might have missed: -OWN’s developing a docuseries chronicling the life of football player Michael Sam , the first openly gay athlete drafted into the NFL. Now, the Oprah Winfrey Network is developing a multi-part documentary showcasing Sam as he prepares to enter the world of pro-football. -It’s official: Harry Connick Jr. is returning to more