It's time to put the debate to rest. Major Crimes set itself as not only a fantastic drama willing to take risks, but as a completely different animal than its predecessor The Closer with " Citizen's Arrest ."
From the moment we learned about the crim more
Well, it happens with every show. They hit a point in the season when a throw away episode is needed and “The Ecstasy and the Agony” was that episode for Major Crimes . Generally Major Crimes actually has character development, interesting moves betwee more
" The Ecstasy and the Agony " was a classic throw-away episode. But any time you get to laugh out loud at the circumstances surrounding a murder, it makes for good television.
Unfortunately, there wasn't a lot of character development, departmental mov more
" Medical Causes " contained one of the most gruesome cases I've seen portrayed on television in quite some time. It's so easy to imagine it happening. A bunch of happy revelers waiting in line to get into a nightclub were plowed down by an SUV. The crime more
" Before and After " cemented my disdain for Assistant Chief Taylor and provided new insight into the turmoil Major Crimes (the department, not the show) is facing after the departure of Brenda Leigh Johnson.
It hadn't been clear until Sharon pointed more
TNT might have done a little bit of a disservice to "Major Crimes" by opting to run its premiere immediately after the finale of "The Closer." Not ratings-wise -- in that sense, putting "Major Crimes" up after Brenda Leigh's swan song is probably the smar more
Commander Taylor, er, Assistant Chief Taylor makes his attempt to roll out a completely revamped Major Crimes division of the Los Angeles Police Department in tonight's premiere episode, " Reloaded ."
To say there are major shoes to fill is an understa more
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One of the things I'll miss most about Brenda Leigh Johnson is her sweet tooth: that secret compulsion and most shameful addiction indulged by the Deputy Chief of the LAPD's Major Crimes Division whenever she reaches for that overstuffed top desk drawer, more