Tuesday, October 3, 2017

TNT's 'Major Crimes' to End After 6 Seasons

TNT has decided to end its original drama series Major Crimes after six seasons, it was announced today.

The sixth season is set to premiere on Tuesday, October 31. The two-hour series finale will air on Tuesday, January 16. The new season will also see the show celebrate its 100th episode.

The drama stars Mary McDonnell, G.W. Bailey, Tony Denison, Michael Paul Chan, Raymond Cruz, Kearran Giovanni, Phillip P. Keene, Graham Patrick Martin, Jonathan Del Arco and Jon Tenney.

James Duff created the drama. He executive produces with Michael M. Robin, Greer Shephard, Adam Belanoff and Rick Wallace. Warner Bros. Television and The Shephard/Robin Company produce.

"The whole company of Major Crimes is dedicated to making 2017-18 the best season yet," said Duff. "We will finish our long run on TNT with a finale worthy of our loyal viewers and their years of unstinting support."

"Major Crimes has successfully navigated the many challenges that arise with a spinoff; the primary mission of which is staying true to its core DNA while expanding into unique territory all its own," added Sarah Aubrey, Executive Vice President of Original Programming, TNT. "From Brenda Leigh Johnson to Commander Sharon Raydor, the cast and crew have done a phenomenal job of creating enduring characters - many of whom are celebrating 200 episodes together this season."