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'Major Crimes' season two finale: Find out spoilers and if this show was renewed

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Tonight viewers will get to see the big season two finale of "Major Crimes" on TNT. This series has picked up a very big fan base and everyone wants to know if spoilers and if it will be back again. On Jan. 13, TV Line shared a few small spoilers for tonight's new episode.

Raydor & Co. are not going to be able to agree with Stroh’s attorney. They are going to be arguing it out tonight on the season two finale. A killer is targeting Rusty and they are going to try to track this person down before it is too late.

Back in August, news was revealed that this series has already been renewed for season three on TNT. That means that the series wasn't canceled and will be back again. At this time, there is not a return date for the series, but just be happy with the news it is going to return.

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