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The elite team of Major Crimes is back for its sixth season with three of the most challenging cases yet, struggling to solve mysteries mired in complex political conflicts that move beyond traditional murder cases. As Sharon Raydor grows accustomed to her new boss, Assistant Chief Leo Mason, the detectives find themselves questioning their faith in the rapidly changing priorities of the justice system while also managing the difficult changes in their personal relationships. Finally, they must accept the necessity of risk, as they prepare to face the inexplicable but undeniable return of Phillip Stroh.
Major Crimes is back for season six with its most challenging cases yet, solving mysteries mired in political conflicts that move beyond traditional murder cases. As Sharon Raydor grows accustomed to her new boss, Assistant Chief Leo Mason, the detectives find themselves questioning their faith in the rapidly changing priorities of the justice system while also managing personal relationships.
It never seems to surprise me the decisions networks make. Cancel your most watched show because it isn’t edgy. Obviously millions disagree. one less channel to watch they have nothing else. Major Crimes is hands down the best TV crime drama in years. The Closer was awesome miss it every week but the producer and writers took it to another level. Dear Amazon prime/originals PLEASE PICK THIS,SHOW UP. It is amazing for all ages. My family from 72 down to 29 watch this show over everything else we watch. But don’t change it. The production team has it down.
Absolutely the best show on television at this time. This is one that I grabbed the second the season pass became available and followed up with DVD purchases for the extras. Hopefully, Amazon or CBS makes the decision to pick up this great show.
Season 6 is already showing to have the same great writing and acting which has made it loved by 10 million people and the #2 CABLE scripted! #savemajorcrimes
I love this show. It could go on for several more years. I have watched these characters through all of the Closer and Major Crimes. It is a shame to end such s high quality show right when the story lines could be deepened. Sanchez had never gotten his due and Rusty could be allowed to grow up. Amy is interesting not to mention Buzz. SHARON and Andy are really getting good. Shame on Tnt for cancelling such a class act a show that cares.
The Closer was great, and I was skeptical when Major Crimes first started, but it has not disappointed once! The character development from The Closer continued, with a few regulars added (Sharon, of course, and Rusty) and has been top notch the entire run since episode one. The acting is superb and the writing is some of the best on television (or the big screen!) – there are no complaints about this show. It is engaging, interesting, and keeps you glued to the set…This season is as good as it gets. It is an absolute travesty that TNT is planning to cancel this popular and extremely well-made show. We can only hope that Amazon or Netflix (or Hulu?) have the insight to pick this up….it is at the top of its game and should continue!!
Excellent show. I’ve watched this group since the Closer. Was sad to see Kyra leave, but glad it was continuing as Major Crimes. Actors who actually have talent. Plots that require the use of your mind. Minimal to no violence. Interesting and satisfying character development… Gosh, that must be why TNT is dropping it. Seems the majority of television wants to feed the public mind numbing, watered down, overly violent garbage or ridiculous “reality shows”. If Amazon or another network was smart, they’d pick this up. Very enjoyable to watch.
It is hard to fathom the logic behind TNT’s decision to pull the plug on the popular “Major Crimes” when it was their highest rated program. But, this sixth season is indeed the end and the only good thing was James Duff & Co. had ample time to be able to craft a script bringing closure to long time fans who have watched since it spun off from “The Closer”.
The majority of the cast have been playing these roles for 13 years starting with the first season of “The Closer” so it must have been tough for them to wrap things up. As always the squad does what they do best and that’s crime busting; starting with a 5 episode arc about some missing teens from a Catholic school field trip, then another multi episode story that kicks off with murder of a celebrity attorney representing women in a suit against a misogynist sports bar owner and then a final four shows concluding the recurring Philip Stroh saga.
Entirely way too much time is devoted to the much maligned Rusty Beck and his rocky relationship with on again/off again boyfriend Gus. By my estimate Rusty gets about 20% of each episode and that’s a lot. This was a peripheral character that should have been gone after four or five shows. Rusty haters out there will be beyond tired of him by the final curtain.
For fans of “The Closer” Captain (now Commander) Sharon Raydor (Mary McDonnell) of Internal Affairs was hardly a favorite character. Most of us who stuck with “Major Crimes” if you’re like me have come to grudgingly accept her taking over from Deputy Chief Brenda Leigh Johnson (the wonderful Kyra Sedgwick) but never loving her like Brenda. First we have the marriage of Sharon and Lt. Andy Flynn (Tony Denison) to suffer through (happily little time is devoted to the nuptials) despite the fact these two are one of the most unlikely couples I’ve ever seen. Their sappy dialog will have you reaching for the mute button. Then we have more of Sharon getting sick and diagnosed with cardiomyopathy and ultimately Duff’s decision to kill her off. You can read online interviews where Mr. Duff explains his rationale for terminating her but it didn’t make a lot of sense to me.
So, Lt Provenza (G.W. Bailey) finally gets interim command of Major Crimes for the showdown with the nefarious Stroh. Repeatedly Provenza, Flynn and others voice their plans to skip due process and not take Stroh alive. Somehow Stroh manages to spread the LAPD’s resources so thin that it’s down to Provenza and techie Buzz with Rusty and Gus in tow to face down the serial killer. The elderly Provenza tracks Stroh to a yacht alone with no back up violating all regulations. You knew earlier when Rusty persuaded Sharon to allow him to get a concealed carry permit and a pistol that he’d ultimately be the one to take down Stroh and he does, shooting him five times. The Lieutenant tells Rusty to keep quiet and takes his Glock. Somehow the officer involved shooting inquiry clears Provenza- how did they reconcile the ballistics? Even if Proveza’s duty weapon (a Beretta 92) and Rusty’s Glock are 9mm it would be obvious that they were different guns; and how did the LT explain using a weapon that was registered to Rusty? It’s California after all and there must be records.
It was nice to see Fritz Howard (Jon Tenney) again for the last two episodes and he even mentions Brenda once at the end. Sadly, we don’t get a farewell appearance of Malcolm-Jamal Warner’s SIS Lieutenant Cooper who was always fun. Wrapping things up we learn that Julio gets a promotion to Lieutenant and a transfer to another division. Not sure how he can skip Sergeant and not have to pass an exam? Also, techie and recent reserve police officer Buzz Watson is told he’s going to the Police Academy for 12 weeks and then coming back to Major Crimes as a detective. It seems he’d have to serve a period of time as a patrol officer to learn the ropes and take an exam to become a detective. Both of these expedited promotions in most organizations would likely breed resentment among the other team members. Considering the Major Crimes has historically been a hotbed of fraternization and insubordination maybe just SOP for them?
In Provenza’s closing remarks he says “I could do this job forever” and fans would likely agree with him; we’d like to see him and the “Major Crimes” team keep on going. My few complaints aside this is a quality series and it will be greatly missed. Get ready for the inevitable Rusty Beck spin off where he’s a prosecuting attorney for LA, coming soon to a small screen near you.
Directors: Michael M. Robin
Format: Box set, Color, Dolby, PAL, Subtitled, Widescreen
Language: English (Dolby Digital 5.1)
Region: Region 4
Number of discs: 3
Rated: Not Rated
DVD Release Date: Feb, 2018
Run Time: 572 minutes
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