‘Major Crimes’ creator: ‘No one wanted the show to end’
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    Everybody deserves a period of mourning — which is why, in a startling twist, “Major Crimes” creator James Duff killed off the series’ lead character, LAPD Commander Sharon Raydor (Mary McDonnell), four episodes prior to Tuesday night’s series finale. “No one wanted the show to end … The people who wrote it, the people who...


  • Why Did “Major Crimes” End? Will There Be a “Major Crimes” Spin-Off?

    Viewers were glued to their screens as the last few episodes of Major Crimes season 6 unfolded. The popular series was not given an extension by TNT, even though the creators, actors, and fans wanted the show to go on. One possible explanation is that the network wants “edgier fare,” and is making room to broadcast new content. As the show’s last episode aired on Tuesday, January 9, 2018, a chapter in TV is over.

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  • 'Major Crimes' creator reveals why Sharon needed to die

    Major Crimes has closed its final case.

    The TNT procedural, after a run that exceeded more than 100 episodes, capped its sixth and final season by bringing series villain Phillip Stroh back for one last time, and by forcing those left in the department’s Major Crimes Division to move on without their Commander, Sharon Raydor (Mary McDonnell), who shockingly died four episodes earlier.

    Raydor’s death casts a long shadow over the events of Major Crimes‘ climax, a feeling which was very much by...