Major Crimes

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Monday 9:00 PM on TNT Premiered Aug 13, 2012 Returning June 8, 2015

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AIRED ON 1/12/2015

Season 3 : Episode 19

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Show Summary

Major Crimes explores how the American justice system approaches the art of the deals as law enforcement officers and prosecutors work together to score a conviction. In the series, Mary McDonnell stars as Los Angeles Police Captain Sharon Raydor, who heads up a special squad within the LAPD that deals with high-profile or particularly sensitive crimes.

Jonathan Del Arco

Jonathan Del Arco

Dr. Morales

Tony Denison

Tony Denison

Detective Lt. Andy Flynn

G.W. Bailey

G.W. Bailey

Detective Lt. Louie Provenza

Mary McDonnell

Mary McDonnell

Capt. Sharon Raydor

Raymond Cruz

Raymond Cruz

Det. Julio Sanchez

Robert Gossett

Robert Gossett

Asst. Chief Russell Taylor

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  • The Closer Fans

    7.0
    Overall Great Show !!

    but I miss Brenda, please please get her as guest appearance sometimes, after all she is new Chief DA Biro Investigation if I'm not mistaken it should be related sometimes.
  • Great Show!

    9.0
    Although not perfect, Major Crimes does an amazing job as a crime drama television series which did an amazing job transitioning from The Closer to the beginning of this series. Unlike most crime dramas I watch such as Castle, CSI and Bones, Major Crimes has a kind of realism to it. No particular individual is uncannily smart or amazing at what they do (eg. Bones where is a highly sought after anthropologist or Castle where Kate Beckett is seen as almost like a celebrity and Castle is a well received crime writer) however as a team they respect eachother and work well togethe. With reoccurring storylines things tend to get a little on the unbelievable side however things do need to be changed up a bit for people to stay interested, so I respect that.

    Major Crimes also tries to include all types of people Blacks, Hispanics, Asians, Whites and even Gays within the main storyline. It's not overwhelming and they dont shove it in your face. Its just there.



    They solve crimes, the personal drama doesn't usually get incorporated into the crime and is usually just a back story - sometimes annoying but like I said - needed to keep people interested. (If you want to watch people just solve crimes go watch a true crime show)



    Not perfect, but I love the show for a reason. Major Crimes, you're doing something right.moreless
  • I almost agree to get rid of Rusty

    3.0
    You really missed a lot in Rusty's story line. first of all you portray him as level headed kid after coming off the streets and nearly getting killed. This kid needed mental help and still does. He befriended a girl while in school and you had a really good story line. But you changed it and went Gay and had Sharon okay a relationship with him and a older man who could be portrayed as a pedophile. If you don't want to lose a loyal viewer please change the Gay thing after it is a crime show.moreless
  • Get rid of Rusty and the ridiculous comb-over

    3.0
    Agree with all of the comments about Rusty and the ridiculous Sharon-Rusty novella. Also, he is soooo miscast. He has to be at least 35, not in his teens. AND his comb-over is almost as lousy as the Donalds!
  • Entertain don't wash my brain

    8.0
    I enjoy the stories and characters of major crimes. However, I feel manipulated when special interest groups insinuate messages into the show to direct our moral compasses. Case in point, the bit where 18 year old Rusty asks his adoptive mother if its ok to pursue a homosexual relationship with a man half again his age (well 26 isn't exactly half again of 18 ... that would be 27). Why would the crime drama viewing audience wish to see a respected figure of authority advise on sexual issues and tacitly approve of such a dramatic age mismatch as well as a homosexual relationship?



    I want to be entertained, not trained.





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