And here we are with first look to new episode of Major Crimes which airs WEDNESDAY February 22, 2017 at 9/8c on TNT. Take a look!
When Captain Sharon Raydor and the Major Crimes Division investigate the murder of a young woman found in the LA River, their case is not only impeded by a secretive PI working for a tech industry millionaire, but also by Deputy Chief Winnie Davis (guest star Camryn Manheim), who regards Sharon as competition for the promotion to Assistant Chief of the LAPD.
And we are to the end of these twelve days. It’s been fun covering this, sharing with you and enjoying it together.
The last day it’s the biggest day, because season 1 is made of 13 episodes but the last two are part 1 and part 2 I’m covering them both today. In honor of Colony Libran.
I hope you enjoyed this as much as I did and to more Battlestar Galactica updates following in the future.
Thanks for being part of this celebration with me.
“Kobol’s Last Gleaming, Part I”
Writer: Ronald D. Moore
Director: David Eick
Galactica discovers Kobol, and a chain of events are set in motion that threatens to change everything.
“Kobol’s Last Gleaming, Part II”
Writer: Ronald D. Moore
Story by: David Eick
Director: Michael Rymer
Starbuck has gone to Caprica. Adama insists Roslin must stand down as President. When she refuses, he is forced to deal with that situation while simultaneously adapting the plan to rid themselves of the Cylon baseship over Kobol.
Writer: Carla Robinson
Director: Jonas Pate
Colonial Day is due, and Laura Roslin is using the occasion to institute an interim Quorum of Twelve; then Tom Zarek, duly selected as the representative of Sagittaron, stands for the post of Vice President, a position Roslin is determined he will not hold.
Sagittaron. Tom Zarek’s Colony.
Writers: David Weddle, Bradley Thompson
Director: Jeff Woolnough
With the Fleet short of fuel, Galactica launches a daring attack on a Cylon base.
Writer: Jeff Vlaming
Director: Edward James Olmos
Colonel Tigh’s world is turned upside down when his wife arrives on Galactica — but is she all she claims to be?
Writer: Toni Graphia
Director: Brad Turner
When a copy of Leoben Conoy is captured aboard a civilian ship, President Roslin orders his interrogation, and Lieutenant Thrace is assigned the job. She finds herself facing the possibility that the Cylon may have planted a bomb somewhere in the Fleet.