After finding another victim, Sharon angrily turns her attention back to former LAPD Det. Mark Hickman, who has developed given his habit of appearing in the wrong place at the wrong time, and has a secret that may be a motive for murder for either him or his wife. The possible gang war ratchets up a notch with three more murders. Fritz and his team help the LAPD show up in force at Tamika's funeral, where Tao makes an interesting discovery involving Peter Goldman, the notorious lawyer who has dedicated his life to attacking the LAPD.
Airs: Monday Feb 29th 9/8C on TNT
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Less than three weeks until Season 5 of Major Crimes starts again on TNT. Remember, new time in 10pm! Take a look below at what Season 5 has in store!
“Present Tense” – Monday, June 13, at 10 p.m. (ET/PT) –
The Major Crimes squad investigates the mysterious disappearance of a teenage girl, who vanished while volunteering at a homeless shelter, while Buzz cracks open the decades old cold case file on the murder of his father and uncle. Andy Flynn considers selling his house.
“N.S.F.W.” – Monday, June 20, at 10 p.m. (ET/PT) –
The murder of a detective in the Sex Crimes unit leads Major Crimes into the world of “barely legal” porn, where they find rampant drug use and questionable ethics. Meanwhile, Rusty’s biological mother, Sharon Beck (Ever Carradine) returns with some surprising news.
“Foreign Affairs” – Monday, June 27, at 10 p.m. (ET/PT) –
After an ISIS inspired attack against a member of the US Armed Services, the FBI asks for Captain Raydor’s help in finding a terrorist, joining the Bureau in a race against the clock before the terrorist can strike again.
“Skin Deep” – Monday, July 11, at 10 p.m. (ET/PT) –
When Flynn looks into purchasing a new home and seeks input from Provenza and Buzz, an unexpected turn of events leads to a new investigation for Major Crimes. Meanwhile, Buzz continues to look into the circumstances surrounding his father’s murder.
Less than one week to go until Major Crimes is back on our screens! I have added 7 new HQ images from the Hindsight Part 1. You can see them here! As well as the synopses for Hindsight Part 1 and 2 which you can see below. Enjoy!
“Hindsight – Part 1” – Monday, Feb. 15, at 9 p.m. (ET/PT)
A young woman and her 3-year-old son are shot to death while driving through gang territory in the wrong colored car, and the gun used in the murder is quickly connected to the most troubling series of unsolved homicides in LAPD history. As Captain Sharon Raydor and the rest of her division attempt to solve the mystery, Amy Sykes begins an uneasy alliance with a disgraced former LAPD detective with a novel theory and a corrupt past. Part 1 of five.
Directed by Michael M. Robin
Written by James Duff & Michael Berchem
Created by James Duff
“Hindsight – Part 2” – Monday, Feb. 22, at 9 p.m. (ET/PT)
Sharon and Major Crimes rush to capitalize on a shocking discovery made in a church. Stephanie and Sanchez’s connection grows as they bond over lost loved ones. Rusty learns from Provenza that his biological mother’s ex, Gary, is a fugitive on the run. And Tao’s old partner pushes him too far.
Directed by Stacey K. Black
Written by Damani Johnson
Created by James Duff
Following synopses of 5 upcoming episodes of Major Crimes. Take a look
“Four of a Kind” – Monday, Nov. 2, at 9 p.m. (ET/PT)
Four wealthy one percenters are left for dead outside a hospital emergency room in a twisty- curvy murder that leads through an impossible list of suspects, including a high school daughter with her father’s iPhone password, a diabetic chauffeur, the owner of several LA parking lots and a mysterious woman with great legs who trips up Lt. Andy Flynn on her way to Mexico. Meanwhile, Rusty pursues a taboo subject for his next story on “Identity.”
“Blackout” – Monday, Nov. 9, at 9p.m. (ET/PT)
Jack Raydor (guest star Tom Berenger) is back again, defending a man who is attempting to withdraw a confession in the murder of his wife. A last-second video purporting to provide the defendant with an alibi alerts the Major Crimes team to the possibility of a conspiracy. Rusty interviews Slider, while Flynn is still living with Sharon due to his injury.
“Reality Check” – Monday, Nov. 16, at 9 p.m. (ET/PT)
Sharon and the team investigate a murder during the taping of a reality competition show pitting married couples against each other. The case has a profound effect on Sanchez, bringing back memories of his late wife. Meanwhile, Rusty meets Slider’s lawyer, played by Greg Riikaart from The Young and the Restless.
“Taking the Fall” – Monday, Nov. 23, at 9 p.m. (ET/PT)
The Major Crimes team is called to investigate a follow up attack on a victim of road rage, as a business executive and his wife fall prey to a furious driver in a pickup truck. As Thanksgiving approaches, Flynn suffers a setback on his road to recovery. And Rusty finally gets the interview with Slider that he wanted.
“The Jumping Off Point” – Monday, Nov. 30, at 9 p.m. (ET/PT)
Sharon and the team investigate the murder of a young man pushed off the top of a parking structure who was somehow able to afford a high-end apartment without any visible means of support. Meanwhile, Lt. Andy Flynn suffers through the ministrations of an overly cheerful physical therapist.
TNT Orders More Episodes for Fourth Season of Major Crimes!
TNT is expanding the fourth season of Major Crimes. The network has handed out a five episode back order to the Mary McDonnell fronted procedural, bringing the total number of episodes ordered for the show’s fourth season to twenty-three.
This is the largest episode order that Major Crimes has ever received and is on-par with the typical orders given to a series on one of the big five networks. The series has long been a top performer for TNT, with the show’s fourth season pulling in north of ten million viewers, close to the numbers for the network’s flagship drama Rizzoli & Isles.
The five episode pick up is also noteworthy as its comes as questions have been lingering about the show’s future, especially as TNT has typically renewed the series by this stage in previous years. That said, given the lucrative international sales and the show’s strong ratings, Major Crimes is widely expected to be renewed for a fifth season before too long.