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Billy Burke’s Phillip Stroh Returns in Major Crimes’ “Special Master”
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Billy Burke’s Phillip Stroh Returns in Major Crimes’ “Special Master”

Warning: Spoilers Ahead You had us at Philip Stroh. First introduced to us in The Closer, Billy Burke‘s Stroh quickly showed his true colors. But Brenda Leigh Johnson and her team couldn’t get enough on him to charge and convict him until the series finale. Brenda was able to get […]

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Tuned In: Emmy-Nominated Composer James Levine [INTERVIEW]

TV Goodness was recently part of a round table of writers who got the chance to talk to some of today’s hottest TV composers. They all appeared at Comic-Con 2014 on a panel called “Behind the Music with CW3PR: Scoring for Crime, Death and Resurrection.” One of the talented music […]

Tuned in Tuesday: Composer James Levine [Glee, American Horror Story, Rizzoli & Isles, Major Crimes, Royal Pains]
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Tuned in Tuesday: Composer James Levine [Glee, American Horror Story, Rizzoli & Isles, Major Crimes, Royal Pains]

For this Tuned in Tuesday I had the pleasure of speaking with composer with James Levine. If you watch any of Ryan Murphy‘s shows, you’ve definitely heard his work. In fact, if you watch any TV at all you’ve probably heard his work. James spoke to us EXCLUSIVELY about breaking […]

Castle “After Hours”
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Castle “After Hours”

Wow, what an unexpectedly great episode of Castle. The show continues to solidify why it was wise to put the detective and the writer together.

The Closer “Last Word”
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The Closer “Last Word”

That did not go the way I was expecting or hoping. I knew Kyra Sedgwick has asked for a “happy ending” for Brenda Leigh Johnson. I had some ideas of what that might be (more on that later) but with every episode that aired this summer that really did seem […]

The Closer “Unknown Trouble”
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The Closer “Unknown Trouble”

I don’t know about you but I’m excited about the beginning of the end of this series. I love that we’re getting 22 episodes, but much less excited they’re spreading them out so much. I mean, we don’t actually get to see “the end” until next summer. Boo. But I […]