This spring, Major Crimes will mark a significant milestone for members of the cast and production team who have been working together since the very first episode of The Closer. With the Major Crimes season finale in April, they will celebrate their 200th episode together.
Major Crimes returns for its winter premiere on Wednesday, February 22nd.
Despite moving into darker dramatic realms, TNT is maintaining its balance between darker and lighter with the renewal of The Librarians (the lighter), Murder in the First (the darker) and Major Crimes (somewhere in the middle).
TNT has four hot shows aimed at the 2015 Fall Schedule: The Librarians: Season Two, Major Crimes: Season Four Part 2, Legends Season Two and Agent X, making its series premiere.
The Librarians broke out last winter with an adventurous/magical dramedy that felt reminiscent of Warehouse 13, and Agent X takes shadowy government agencies to a new and narrower level: John Case aka Agent X is the ultimate clandestine agent, operated at the direction of the Vice-President of the United States only when all else fails and ultimate discretion (even from the President) is required.
Legend continues the story of the FBI agent whose entire life seems to be a lie – and who is wanted for a murder he didn’t commit. Season Two features a new supporting cast, with Sean Bean (still not dead!) returning as the apparently nameless agent.
Major Crimes is second only to Rizzoli & Isles as the summer’s most watched basic cable dramas. For fall premiere times, the season two Librarians trailer and more, follow the jump.
The summer’s overall ratings are in and TNT is officially the network of summer, with six of the top ten series – Rizzoli & Isles, Major Crimes and The Last Ship led the charge with the most total viewers.
TNT has given Falling Skies a fifth and final 10-episode season; Major Crimes a third 15-ep season, and rookie sensation The Last Ship a second, 13-ep season. According to TNT, all three series rank among the top five-rated scripted series this summer.
Kearran Giovanni plays ambitious undercover police detective/military veteran Amy Sykes on the critically acclaimed TNT drama Major Crimes. This spin-off of the series “The Closer” started off it’s 3rd season with the premiere on June 9. It continues to draw an average audience of nearly 7 million viewers. It ranks as one of basic cable’s “Top 10” series of the year.
The stunning Kearran joins Eclipse Magazine to tell us more about the show.
If you haven’t gotten caught up on TNT’s Major Crimes (Mondays, 9/8C), the network will give you a chance to do so – but you’ll have to be a bit of a night owl. Beginning at 2am (1C), Sunday, June 8th, the network will run the entire 19-episode season two leading into Major Crimes’ third season premiere on Monday, June 9th (9/8C).
For more details, check out the press release after the jump.
Rizzoli & Isles, Major Crimes and Perception join Falling Skies as the core of TNT’s summer 2014 schedule. All four series have placed in the top ten basic cable dramas.
For Rizzoli & Isles it will going into its fifth season; both Major Crimes and Perception will be in their third seasons. Falling Skies was previously given a fourth season order. For more details, the official press release follows the jump.