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March 16, 2017
Mar 16, 2017   •   Major Crimes, Projects, Screencaptures   •   Leave a Comment

Well what can we say? A W E S O M E
I wasn’t sure what to expect, but it was a wonderful surprise. Not that it surprised me though, knowing that Stacey K. Black was directing. I have to admit I love them all but she is my most favorite.
Enjoy HD screencaptures in our gallery.



March 13, 2017
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Take a look at Wednesday’s episode promo, just released.


March 11, 2017
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Have a look at first (and only!) still with Mary from Major Crimes next week episode Dead Drop.

Major Crimes finds a very heavy body forty feet up a tree surrounded by loose pot when Dr. Morales shows up to the crime scene with his father, a retired detective from Uruguay. Meanwhile, Julio Sanchez works to obtain legal guardian of Mark Jarvis while Andy Flynn prepares a special surprise for Sharon.

Directed by Stacey K. Black and written by Nick Zayas



March 9, 2017
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Oh Amy, what did you do? But thankfully the squad had her back. And oh Mrs. Rothman… oh that woman!
Take a look at the gallery for HD screencaptures from last night episode.



March 5, 2017
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Take a look at next week episode promo. Ohhhhh that doesn’t look good for the squad and their case.


March 3, 2017
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Have a first look at next week episode of Major Crimes, titled Quid Pro Quo.

A murder case goes sideways at trial when defense attorney Linda Rothman (guest star Jeri Ryan) is able to destroy Det. Amy Sykes’s credibility on the stand. Helping Rothman as a defense investigator is Amy’s old nemesis, Mark Hickman (guest star Jason Gedrick). Ron Marasco guest-stars as Judge Grove.

Directed by Sylvain White and written by Michael Zara.