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Major Crimes - Season 1 [DVD]
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Following the departure of Deputy Chief Brenda Leigh Johnson from the LAPD, Captain Sharon Raydor (McDonnell) is selected as the new head of its fictional Major Crimes Division. Throughout the first season, she faces the challenge of earning the trust and loyalty of her officers, who are still in shock over Johnson's exit, while trying to close the department's highest-profile cases
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If you haven't seen The Closer, then some of the long term relationships and nuances might be lost to you and this show might then lack some of the depth appreciated by old hands.
We bought this and tried to ration ourselves, but finished up watching at least an episode a day - and now we've finished. Looking forward to the next series.
Her character doesn't have the (almost paranoid) traits that made Brenda Johnson so vunerable (where most of her humour came from). Captain Raydor lacks that vulnerability, but shows her weaknesses in not being able to express herself, thereby providing the characters humour in her actions and motives being misunderstood.
The storylines are on a par with The Closer, but the audience will need to settle in with the new squad, having been endeared to the near mayhem provided by Kyra Sedgewick as Brend Lee Johnson. I give it a three for now, but I expect that will rise with subsequent series when Raydor and the team learn a little more trust.
The crimes are as puzzling as
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Brilliant ... took a couple of episodes to get going (and get used to a different boss) but then ... great dramaPublished 11 days ago by Amazon Customer