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The Closer
The Closer logo.jpg
Created by
ComposerJames S. Levine
Country of originUnited States
Original languageEnglish
No. of seasons7
No. of episodes109 (list of episodes)
Executive producers
  • James Duff
  • Michael M. Robin
  • Greer Shephard
  • Kyra Sedgwick
  • Rick Wallace
  • Kyra Sedgwick
  • Andrew J. Sacks
  • Ronald Chang
  • Sheelin Choksey
  • Mike Berchem
  • Michael Alaimo
  • Duppy Demetrius
  • Leo Geter
  • Wendy West
  • Patrick McKee
Running time42–60 minutes
Production companies
DistributorWarner Bros. Television Distribution
Original networkTNT
Original releaseJune 13, 2005 (2005-06-13) –
August 13, 2012 (2012-08-13)
Followed byMajor Crimes

The Closer is an American television police procedural starring Kyra Sedgwick as Brenda Leigh Johnson, a Los Angeles Police Department deputy chief. A CIA-trained interrogator originally from Atlanta, Georgia, Brenda has a reputation as a closer—an interrogator who not only solves a case, but also obtains confessions that lead to convictions, thus "closing" the case. She sometimes uses deceit and intimidation to persuade a suspect to confess. The series ran on TNT from June 13, 2005 to August 13, 2012.

The Closer was created by James Duff and the Shephard/Robin Company in association with Warner Bros. Television. On July 11, 2011, the series began its seventh and final season, having finished its sixth season as cable's highest-rated drama.[1] The Closer's final six episodes began airing on July 9, 2012, with its finale airing on August 13, 2012. Following the finale, The Closer's spin-off, Major Crimes, premiered.


Primary cast in 2006
Primary cast in 2006

Each episode of The Closer deals with an aspect of the Los Angeles culture as it interfaces with law enforcement in the megacity. The show deals with complex and subtle issues of public policy, ethics, personal integrity, and questions of good and evil. The rather large character ensemble explores the human condition, touching on individual faiths, traditional religious influences in the lives and communities of contemporary society, and the breakdown and dysfunction of family systems, work teaming, and government responsibility. The first season began with Brenda Leigh Johnson arriving at the LAPD to lead the Priority Murder Squad (PMS), quickly renamed Priority Homicide Division (PHD), a team that originally dealt solely with high-profile murder cases (seasons one to four).

During season four, an embarrassing tangle with the press over just what criteria make a homicide a priority allowed Brenda to manipulate circumstances so that the division was upgraded to a much larger major crimes division with a wider scope,[note 1] though most plots still focused on homicides. Most importantly to the show's plotlines, Commander Taylor's role was also changed from "rival and in-house adversary" to that of "unambiguously loyal subordinate", so he was thereafter reporting directly to Brenda and noticeably helpful as he coordinated interaction between the MCD and other units.

Season five introduced Mary McDonnell as Captain Sharon Raydor of the Force Investigations Division. Raydor and Brenda start out as rivals, but gradually develop grudging respect for each other and form an uneasy alliance. McDonnell went on to star in The Closer's spin-off, Major Crimes.

During the final season, Brenda finds herself in civil legal difficulties as a result of the events in "War Zone" (season six, episode eight), and the LAPD concludes that a disloyal subordinate must be generating information leaks from within MCD. Taylor and Raydor take an active role in attempting to combat the leaker, and the legal matters do not reach a final resolution until the series' end, in the episode "The Last Word".

On December 10, 2010, TNT announced that the seventh season of The Closer, which began production in the spring of 2011, would be the last. The channel said that the decision to retire the show was made by Sedgwick.[3][4] On January 30, 2011, it was announced that the final season would add six episodes to the usual 15-episode order, building toward the spin-off series, Major Crimes.[5][6]


The cast consists largely of an ensemble of detectives who make up the LAPD's fictional Major Crimes Division. It is led by Deputy Chief Brenda Leigh Johnson, played by Kyra Sedgwick. Some observers have noted strong similarities between Brenda and Jane Tennison, Helen Mirren's lead character in the British crime drama Prime Suspect, with an article in USA Today claiming The Closer to be "an unofficial Americanization" of the British drama.[7] In interviews, Sedgwick has acknowledged that the show owes "a debt" to Prime Suspect and her admiration for that show and Mirren were factors that first interested her in the role.[8]

Other main characters include Brenda's superior officer, Assistant Chief Will Pope (J. K. Simmons), Robbery-Homicide Division Commander Russell Taylor (Robert Gossett), and her FBI agent boyfriend-then-husband Fritz Howard (Jon Tenney). The remainder of the cast makes up Brenda's squad, each with expertise in a specific area, such as crime-scene investigation or gang activity. The first and only departure from the regular cast occurred in season five, when actress Gina Ravera left and her character, Detective Irene Daniels, was transferred to another division.

Mary McDonnell, a recurring cast member in seasons five and six, joined the cast full-time for season seven, continuing her role as Captain Sharon Raydor.[9]

Main cast and characters

Cultural impact

Both gender researchers and members of the media have claimed that the series "expanded the vocabulary of what is acceptable for women as seen through the lens of popular culture."[10]

"We've certainly seen women in powerful positions before," says author and gender researcher Maddy Dychtwald, pointing out Angie Dickinson in 1974's Police Woman, and Cagney & Lacey from 1981. "But those women were largely token in a sea of dominant males, and most important, strove to be like the men that surrounded them." In contrast, Dychtwald says the former CIA-trained interrogator and Atlanta police detective played by Kyra Sedgwick, "retains (and revels in) her femininity, keeps her composure, can handle the two 'sexist pigs' who bait her due to their jealousy and insecurities, and not lose her head."[10]

Media experts also noted that the series helped redefine the place of basic cable channels alongside network programming:

Beyond gently tweaking the popular image of women in power, "The Closer" has helped redefine the power balance between basic cable and broadcast networks, says Fordham University media expert Paul Levinson. Just glance at the equal number of recent Emmy nominations for basic and premium cable shows is confirmation, he adds. Beyond that, says More Magazine Entertainment Director Kathy Heintzelman, the off-season placement—the show launched in the summer and continues to air its seasons in counterbalance to the traditional network schedule—has helped redefine viewing habits. "It's helped people get used to the idea that summer is a time to watch original series on televisions," she adds.[10]

U.S. television ratings

The Closer's debut was viewed by more than 7 million viewers according to Nielsen Media Research and was the top-rated premiere episode ever of any original scripted series on basic cable. The second- (8.28) and third-season (8.81) premieres broke the previous record. Viewer numbers (based on average total viewers per episode) of The Closer on TNT:

Season Season premiere Season finale
Date Viewers
(in millions)
(in millions)
Date Viewers
(in millions)
(in millions)
1 June 13, 2005 7.03[11] 5.26[11] September 5, 2005 6.39[12] 4.61[12]
2 June 12, 2006 8.28[13] 6.04[13] September 4, 2006[note 2] 7.60[14] 5.45[14]
3 June 18, 2007 8.81[15] 6.38[15] September 10, 2007[note 2] 9.21[16] 6.84[16]
4 July 14, 2008 7.81[17] 5.91[17] September 15, 2008[note 2] 7.63[18] 5.00[18]
5 June 8, 2009 7.14[19] 5.35[19] August 24, 2009[note 2] 7.40[20] 5.50[20]
6 July 12, 2010 7.66[21] 5.72[21] September 13, 2010[note 2] 7.20[22] 5.43[22]
7 July 11, 2011 7.23[23] TBA August 13, 2012[note 2] 9.08[24] TBA

At the end of season three, The Closer became ad-supported cable's most-viewed scripted series of all time, ending the season with a live + same-day audience of 9.21 million viewers in 6.84 million households. The third-season finale holds the record for the largest live + 7-day audience for a single episode of an ad-supported cable series with 9.55 million viewers in 6.88 million households. Live + 7 day (DVR) data for the season reflect 30–40% audience growth in three key age-based demographic groups.[25] Season four's premiere slipped slightly from the season-three opening, with live + same-day ratings showing a 3% decline in audience from the previous year's opener.[26] For its Season Six premiere, on July 12, 2010, the show reached an estimated 7.66 million viewers.[21][27]

Home media

Warner Home Video has released all seven seasons of The Closer on DVD in Region 1.[28]

DVD Title Region 1 Region 4 (Australia) Region 2 (Germany) Region 2 (France)
The Complete First Season May 29, 2007[29] February 7, 2007[30] December 13, 2013[31] April 18, 2007[32]
The Complete Second Season May 29, 2007[33] October 3, 2007[34] November 29, 2013[35] July 18, 2007[36]
The Complete Third Season July 1, 2008[37] October 1, 2008[38] January 17, 2014[39] August 27, 2008[40]
The Complete Fourth Season May 26, 2009[41] March 3, 2010[38] January 17, 2014[42] October 28, 2009[43]
The Complete Fifth Season June 29, 2010[44] November 10, 2010[45] January 17, 2014[46] March 2, 2011[47]
The Complete Sixth Season June 21, 2011[48] November 2, 2011[49] January 17, 2014[50] March 7, 2012[51]
The Complete Seventh And Final Season August 21, 2012[52] October 27, 2012[53] February 7, 2014[54] August 28, 2013[55]
The Complete Series 1-7 N/A October 31, 2012[56] December 18, 2014[57] October 16, 2013[58]
SeasonEpisodesOriginally aired
First airedLast aired
113June 13, 2005 (2005-06-13)September 5, 2005 (2005-09-05)
215June 12, 2006 (2006-06-12)December 4, 2006 (2006-12-04)
315June 18, 2007 (2007-06-18)December 3, 2007 (2007-12-03)
415July 14, 2008 (2008-07-14)February 23, 2009 (2009-02-23)
515June 8, 2009 (2009-06-08)December 21, 2009 (2009-12-21)
615July 12, 2010 (2010-07-12)January 3, 2011 (2011-01-03)
721July 11, 2011 (2011-07-11)August 13, 2012 (2012-08-13)

Awards and accolades

Until the Primetime Emmy Awards in 2011, Kyra Sedgwick had made history as being the only actress in the history of television to be nominated for an Emmy, Golden Globe, and Screen Actors Guild award every year that the show aired in the eligibility period.

List of Screen Actors Guild Award nominations
Award Date of ceremony Category Nominee Result
12th Screen Actors Guild Awards (2005) January 29, 2006 Female Actor in a Drama Series Kyra Sedgwick Nominated
Ensemble in a Drama Series Regular Cast Nominated
13th Screen Actors Guild Awards (2006) January 28, 2007 Female Actor in a Drama Series Kyra Sedgwick Nominated
14th Screen Actors Guild Awards (2007) January 27, 2008 Female Actor in a Drama Series Kyra Sedgwick Nominated
Ensemble in a Drama Series Regular Cast Nominated
15th Screen Actors Guild Awards (2008) January 25, 2009 Female Actor in a Drama Series Kyra Sedgwick Nominated
Ensemble in a Drama Series Regular Cast Nominated
16th Screen Actors Guild Awards (2009) January 23, 2010 Female Actor in a Drama Series Kyra Sedgwick Nominated
Ensemble in a Drama Series Regular Cast Nominated
Stunt Ensemble in a Television Series Stunt Team Nominated
17th Screen Actors Guild Awards (2010) January 30, 2011 Female Actor in a Drama Series Kyra Sedgwick Nominated
Ensemble in a Drama Series Regular Cast Nominated
Stunt Ensemble in a Television Series Stunt Team Nominated
18th Screen Actors Guild Awards (2011) January 29, 2012 Female Actor in a Drama Series Kyra Sedgwick Nominated

List of Saturn Award nominations
Award Date of ceremony Category Nominee Result
32nd Saturn Awards (2005) May 2, 2006 Best Syndicated/Cable Television Series Nominated
33rd Saturn Awards (2006) May 10, 2007 Best Syndicated/Cable Television Series Nominated
Best Actress on Television Kyra Sedgwick Nominated
34th Saturn Awards (2007) June 24, 2008 Best Syndicated/Cable Television Series Nominated
Best Actress on Television Kyra Sedgwick Nominated
35th Saturn Awards (2008) June 25, 2009 Best Syndicated/Cable Television Series Nominated
Best Actress on Television Kyra Sedgwick Nominated
36th Saturn Awards (2009) June 24, 2010 Best Syndicated/Cable Television Series Nominated
Best Actress on Television Kyra Sedgwick Nominated
37th Saturn Awards (2010) June 23, 2011 Best Syndicated/Cable Television Series Nominated
Best Actress on Television Kyra Sedgwick Nominated
38th Saturn Awards (2011) July 26, 2012 Best Syndicated/Cable Television Series Nominated
Best Actress on Television Kyra Sedgwick Nominated

List of Primetime Emmy Awards and nominations
Award Date of ceremony Category Nominee Result
58th Primetime Emmy Awards (2006) August 27, 2006 Lead Actress in a Drama Series Kyra Sedgwick Nominated
59th Primetime Emmy Awards (2007) September 16, 2007 Lead Actress in a Drama Series Kyra Sedgwick Nominated
60th Primetime Emmy Awards (2008) September 21, 2008 Lead Actress in a Drama Series Kyra Sedgwick Nominated
61st Primetime Emmy Awards (2009) September 20, 2009 Lead Actress in a Drama Series Kyra Sedgwick Nominated
62nd Primetime Emmy Awards (2010) August 29, 2010 Lead Actress in a Drama Series Kyra Sedgwick Won
Guest Actor in a Drama Series Beau Bridges Nominated
63rd Primetime Emmy Awards (2011) September 18, 2011 Guest Actress in a Drama Series Mary McDonnell Nominated

List of Golden Globe Awards and nominations
Award Date of ceremony Category Nominee Result
63rd Golden Globe Awards (2006) January 16, 2006 Best Actress – Television Series Drama Kyra Sedgwick Nominated
64th Golden Globe Awards (2007) January 15, 2007 Best Actress – Television Series Drama Kyra Sedgwick Won
65th Golden Globe Awards (2008) January 13, 2008 Best Actress – Television Series Drama Kyra Sedgwick Nominated
66th Golden Globe Awards (2009) January 11, 2009 Best Actress – Television Series Drama Kyra Sedgwick Nominated
67th Golden Globe Awards (2010) January 17, 2010 Best Actress – Television Series Drama Kyra Sedgwick Nominated
68th Golden Globe Awards (2011) January 16, 2011 Best Actress – Television Series Drama Kyra Sedgwick Nominated

List of other awards and nominations
Award Date of ceremony Category Nominee Result
Satellite Awards (2005) December 17, 2005 Best Actress – Television Series Drama Kyra Sedgwick Won
Imagen Awards (2006) August 18, 2006 Best Supporting Actor Raymond Cruz Won
Best Supporting Actress Gina Ravera Nominated
Satellite Awards (2006) December 18, 2006 Best Actress – Television Series Drama Kyra Sedgwick Won
Gracie Awards (2006) Female Lead in a Drama Series Kyra Sedgwick Won
Satellite Awards (2007) December 16, 2007 Best Actress – Television Series Drama Kyra Sedgwick Nominated
Writers Guild of America Awards (2007) February 9, 2008 Episodic Drama "The Round File" Nominated
Satellite Awards (2008) December 14, 2008 Best Actress – Television Series Drama Kyra Sedgwick Nominated
35th People's Choice Awards (2008) January 7, 2009 Favorite TV Drama Diva Kyra Sedgwick Won
PRISM Awards (2008) Best Drama Episode "Till Death Do Us" Parts 1 and 2 Nominated
41st NAACP Image Awards (2010) February 26, 2010 Supporting Actor in a Drama Series Corey Reynolds Nominated
PRISM Awards (2011) Best Drama Series Episode "Old Money" Nominated
Best Performance in a Drama Episode Anthony John Dennison Nominated
GoldDerby SNUBBEE Awards (2011) Outstanding Snubbed Lead Actress (Comedy or Drama) Kyra Sedgwick Nominated

Syndication and streaming

The Closer is currently airing reruns on Lifetime, Start TV and We TV. It formerly aired reruns on HBO beginning on September 1, 2013 to May 27, 2017. It's also available to stream on WarnerMedia's HBO Max, which launched on May 27, 2020. MyNetworkTV acquired the broadcast syndication rights to the series, premiering on September 30, 2015.[59]

International distribution


  1. ^ a b Previously known as Priority Murder Squad (season one, episodes one and two), then Priority Homicide Division (season one, episode three through season four, episode nine). The division's name was first changed from Priority Murder Squad when it was recognized that the initials were PMS, leading to unintended humor due to Chief Johnson's sex. The division's official name was changed to Major Crimes Division (MCD) during season four, episode nine in response to the storyline's media misinterpretation of the use of the word "Priority", and the team first operated as the MCD in the following episode. At the end of summer season four, episode nine ("Tijuana Brass"),[2] the squad was given the task to handle a range of crimes, including fraud and kidnapping, and renamed the Major Crimes Division, whose brief was enlarged (in theory) to include to a wider range of major crimes including grand theft, fraud, rape, and homicide, along the lines of a major Case squad. Nevertheless, storylines continued to focus on solving murders until late in the sixth season, when after the ascension of a new police chief, the underused squad was assigned a serial armed robbery gang—which in the event, quickly became a murder investigation the next day.[2]
  2. ^ a b c d e f Summer finales: Seasons two and three both aired two additional episodes in December. Seasons four and six were divided into 10 summer and five winter episodes and season five had 12 summer and three winter episodes.


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