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The Closer renewed for a fourth season

by Anna Johns, posted Aug 2nd 2007 8:30AM
the closerKick-ass ratings and another Emmy nomination for Kyra Sedgwick have led TNT to renew The Closer for a fourth season. The police procedural is currently in the middle of its third season and is enjoying huge ratings for a cable series. Last week, it ranked #1 in cable Nielsens with more than 7 million viewers. Overall ratings for The Closer are up 15 percent over last summer.

I review The Closer for TV Squad, and I have to say that this is a spectacular season so far. The investigations are more thrilling and the characters--especially Dep. Chief Brenda Johnson--are getting more complicated, and therefore more interesting. If you haven't been keeping up, you can watch the latest episode on TNT's website or the entire season on iTunes.

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Michael

One of the best things about The Closer being on TNT is that it repeats throughout the week. This way I can turn as many of my friends who aren't watching onto the show and they can catch this week's ep right up until the following week's show airs. I love this show and you're right, Anna, this season is especially delicious.

My only disappointment in seeing how The Closer ranks so high each week in the cable ratings is that most of the rest of the Top 10 is made up of either SpongeBob or Hannah Montana episodes.

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August 03 2007 at 6:27 AM Report abuse rate up rate down Reply
Margaret Calvert

If TNT hadn't renewed The Closer, I would have written all The Suits off as total idiots. This is one of the best shows on all of TV and is continually getting better and better. How DO they do it??? Great writing and a superior cast might be the answer. I'm so thrilled that we'll be seeing Kyra and supporting cast in a fourth season. Magic happens every week when a new episode is aired. It's a "must see" program.

August 02 2007 at 6:03 PM Report abuse rate up rate down Reply

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