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TNT Sets November Premieres for AGENT X, THE LIBRARIANS, LEGENDS, and MAJOR CRIMES

TNT has set November premieres for season 2 of THE LIBRARIANS (November 1st) and LEGENDS (November 2nd), as well as the series premiere of Sharon Stone’s AGENT X (November 8th), and the fall premiere of MAJOR CRIMES (November 2nd). Here’s what TNT had to say about its November premieres… Tweet

TNT Renews THE LAST SHIP, MAJOR CRIMES, and FALLING SKIES

TNT has renewed three shows: THE LAST SHIP, MAJOR CRIMES, and FALLING SKIES. For THE LAST SHIP, the season 2 order will be 13 episodes (up from its season 1 order of 10). MAJOR CRIMES will have a 15-episode fourth season. And FALLING SKIES will have a 10-episode final season. “TNT’s refreshed and recharged drama […]

TNT Renews MAJOR CRIMES, PERCEPTION, and RIZZOLI & ISLES

TNT has renewed MAJOR CRIMES, PERCEPTION, and RIZZOLI & ISLES, the network announced today. Each show was picked up for a 15-episode season, with a planned summer 2014 debut. (They join the previously picked-up FALLING SKIES.) “TNT has had a terrific summer with four big hits that have drawn viewers with great storytelling, engaging characters […]

G.W. Bailey Talks About His Involvement with The Sunshine Kids and MAJOR CRIMES

September 20, 2012 by  
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While many actors spend time doing charity work or donating to worthy causes, MAJOR CRIMES star G.W. Bailey (Provenza) has taken his commitment to The Sunshine Kids (a non-profit organization that helps children with cancer) incredibly seriously. “I got involved [with the Sunshine Kids] about 27 years ago,” he told me. “The organization is 30 […]

James Duff and Mary McDonnell on Shifting From THE CLOSER to MAJOR CRIMES

August 13, 2012 by  
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For THE CLOSER fans, tonight is going to be bittersweet — the long-running TNT series ends its run after seven years, but literally immediately after the finale ends, MAJOR CRIMES, THE CLOSER’s spinoff, debuts. And while the transition might seem natural — after all, THE CLOSER is going out on a high, only concluding because […]

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