When we last left the Los Angeles Major Crimes division at the mid-season break in August, the team was busy closing cases in their own signature style of action-filled drama. In its third season, week after week Major Crimes continued delivering the unexpected, a police procedural whose crew, now well into their tenth year working together, melds into a seamless ensemble. Major Crimes returns to TNT tomorrow night with many questions for fans. The biggest? Will the producers and network spin off Jon Tenney’s FBI agent Fritz Howard and Laurie Holden’s acting deputy director Ann McGinnis into their own Strategic Operations Bureau (S.O.B.) series?
The core of the series this season revolves around Mary McDonnell’s Captain Sharon Raydor and her live-in teen Rusty (Graham Patrick Martin). Raydor’s son opposed Sharon’s attempts to adopt Rusty. Rusty revealed to his friends in the division that he is gay. Rusty’s mom continued her confrontation with addiction via the jail cell and Rusty must deal with her recurring attempts to manipulate him. And Fritz began to try to find a balance with his stressful new duties in light of his recent heart attack.
Tomorrow night at 7 p.m. Central we’ll find out what’s next, with the new episode “Down the Drain.” After the break, watch some promotional previews for the coming shows: