TNT’s celebrated its 25th Anniversary last night at the Beverly Hilton Hotel, and much of the Major Crimes cast was in attendance. The cast shared photos on Twitter and Instagram, and press was there as well documenting the star-studded night!
- In a new interview with MostlyMary.com, Mary McDonnell talks about Major Crimes, how Sharon Raydor has influenced her politics, as well as her new presence on social media, including an upcoming Reddit IAmA (“Ask Me Anything”) on June 2nd at 4pm EST.
- The LA Times is reporting that despite his role on the upcoming TNT drama King and Maxwell,Jon Tenney is expected to continue to return as FBI Agent Fritz Howard in Season 2 of Major Crimes. Tenney is also slated to direct during the season.
- As a lead up to the season premiere on June 10th, TNT will be re-airing the latter part of Season One of Major Crimes, starting with “The Shame Game” on June 4th, “Dismissed with Prejudice” on June 5th, “Cheaters Never Prosper” on June 6th, and “Long Shot” on June 7th, all at 12am/11pm central.
Major Crimes became to the first ever TV series to be honored by the Los Angeles Police Reserve Foundation for “commitment to the LAPD and the community” this past weekend at their Twice a Citizen Awards Banquet”. From their press release: “The Reserve Foundation is pleased to recognize the cast members on their authentic and compelling performances, and for their longstanding individual commitment to community and philanthropic projects; along with the production team for their realistic and judicious presentation of LAPD officers and Command Staff.”
Congrats to the cast and crew of Major Crimes for this prestigious honor!
According to the event website, Denison and Bailey are “joining forces with the Naples Police Department for a family filled afternoon of Texas Tony’s Barbeque, fingerprinting and DNA testing, real crime scene vehicles, photo opportunities and so much more to benefit the Sunshine Kids Foundation and the Garden of Hope and Courage.”
In addition, raffle tickets will be sold at the event for a trip for two to Los Angeles and a visit to the set of “Major Crimes” to watch the live filming of an episode and have lunch with G.W. Bailey and the cast.
Can’t make it to the event, but want a chance to win the set visit? Have no fear- you can purchase your raffle tickets online, and you do not need to be present to win!
Tickets for the event are $20 ($25 at the door), and children 12 and under are free. Tickets for the raffle are $20 each. More information and ticket sales can be found at the Event Website.
Looks like Lt. Flynn is going to be tangling with the other side of the law.
According to TVLine.com, Tony Denison has booked a guest spot on the ABC drama Castle. The mob-themed episode entitled “After Hours” will air during November sweeps and in it Denison will play mafia enforcer Mickey Dolan.
The episode is scheduled to air November 19th.