That moment was very important because it was political. That’s what has to be done, so they struck a deal. She figures his is a well-thought-out motivation that she felt was worthy trade-off. The motivation here is survival, and she has to think like a leader. — Mary Mcdonnell on Laura Roslin
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I have added a new 2 HQ stills from 2×13 of Major Crimes.
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 (guest star Bill Brochtrup), to the office to evaluate Rusty over a game of chess. Esai Morales also guest stars.
We finally have a press release from TNT for the upcoming episodes. Make sure you tune in November 25th on TNT!
This past summer on Major Crimes, Raydor and the detectives in the squad finally settled into a good working relationship. But they are now under the watchful eye of Deputy District Attorney Emma Rios, who has been assigned to shadow investigations and work with Raydor’s team to build successful cases and secure plea deals whenever possible.
Throughout the summer, Rusty struggled to come to terms with his past and his own emotional turmoil. His close friendship with a female classmate showed signs of bringing his life some sense of normality, but Rusty pushed her away for reasons he refuses to explain. And Rusty’s distrust of DDA Rios will continue to grow as her actions make him begin to question her intentions.
In the winter episodes of Major Crimes, the squad will be called upon to investigate the deaths of two brothers who may have died as a result of a bad batch of drugs, track down a recently released prisoner whose therapist has concerns he could be dangerous and follow a money trail full of surprises when a body turns up at a posh country club. The winter episodes will also reveal the mysterious person sending threatening letters to Rusty and Raydor, and Rusty will finally testify against Phillip Stroh in a preliminary hearing. Jon Tenney – who played FBI Agent Fritz Howard on The Closer and the first season of Major Crimes – returns to direct the Dec. 16 episode and will guest star in two episodes.
Mary McDonnell Online had the chance to have a chat with Nadine Velazquez, better known to Major Crimes fans as DDA Emma Rios. We asked questions regarding Mary, Major Crimes, Upcoming story lines and then asked a few questions from you. The fans. Big thanks to Nadine for agreeing to talk to us. Take a look and see what Major Crimes has in store for us when it starts up again. November 25th on TNT! Make sure you tune in!
MMO: How has it been working on Major Crimes so far? What has the experience been like?
NV:Working on Major Crimes has been one of my best experiences as an actress so far. I have to say. Working with Denzel Washington and Robert Zemekis in Flight was outstanding, but Major Crimes is right up there. Specifically Mary McDonnell. I am in love with her. She’s fascinating. Please include me in your Mary fanclub because I am definitely a fan.
Great news for Mary fans! Major Crimes has been renewed for Season 3! The news came out today. Here is what TNT has said.
TNT has renewed three of its hit summer series, including the top-ranked Rizzoli & Isles and the Top 10 dramas Major Crimes and Perception. The renewals join the previously announced fourth-season order of TNT’s epic drama Falling Skies, one of the summer’s most popular dramas with key demos. TNT’s Major Crimes will return for a third season. The hit crime-drama, which currently ranks as one of basic cable’s Top 5 series, is drawing more than 6.7 million viewers in Live + 7 delivery. The show is also one of basic cable’s Top 10 summer dramas among adults 25-54 (2.1 million). Currently airing Mondays at 9 p.m. (ET/PT), Major Crimes is set to wrap up its summer run Aug. 19. It will return in November for the second half of the season. TNT has ordered 15 episodes for season three, which is slated to begin in summer 2014.
The Summer season finale airs next Monday August 19th before a hiatus until the rest of Season 2 airs in November.