The Closer: Season 4: Episode 14 -- A clip from an episode of 'The Closer,' airing at 9 p.m. Mondays on TNT.
The Closer: Season 4: Episode 14 -- A clip from an episode of 'The Closer,' which airs at 9 p.m. Mondays on TNT.
Deputy Chief Brenda Leigh Johnson is a world-class interrogator whose quirks and hard-nosed approach can rub her colleagues the wrong way. But when it comes to obtaining confessions, she is a closer.
This season, the hit crime drama explores change. Brenda loses someone dear as she tries to adjust to married life; a squad member is promoted to a new division; another falls in love; the economy forces one detective to take a second job; and the fatal shooting of a suspect may mean a career's end. Through it all, Brenda and her Major Crimes unit track down the toughest crimes. Catch The Closer.
Deputy Chief Brenda Leigh Johnson brings an offbeat personality and a tough-as-nails approach to the LAPD's Priority Murder Squad, a special unit that handles sensitive, high-profile murder cases.
As the critically acclaimed crime drama enters its sixth season, Brenda and the team, face unexpected challenges, including a change in location as the LAPD moves into new headquarters.
Don't miss the final season of the critically acclaimed series starring Emmy winner Kyra Sedgwick as Deputy Police Chief Brenda Leigh Johnson, a top-notch investigator whose career may now be on the line as a result of her frequently unorthodox methods.
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Brenda's reputation is jeopardized by her inability to provide usable evidence to the beleaguered prosecution in the case of a murdered divorce lawyer.
Brenda is put on the witness stand by the prosecution in a murder case, since she is certain that the defendant, Jonathan Schafer, is guilty.
When a woman's body is found at the bottom of a cliff near her wrecked car, it initially appears to be an accident scene.
Provenza and Flynn are shocked to discover a dead body in Provenza's garage. However, Provenza persuades Flynn not to report it until after they get back from a big Dodger game for which they have tickets.
Brenda probes the murder of a young woman at a high-priced restaurant. Among the suspects are a corrupt investor, who had previously been investigated for murder, and her husband, an ambitious chef.
When Deputy Chief Brenda Leigh Johnson arrives in Los Angeles from Atlanta, Georgia, she immediately finds herself thrust into a very different way of life. She struggles to get over her past problems while dealing with co-workers who resent the fact that she leapfrogged over many veteran cops to the elevated position of deputy police chief. Her quirky personality and hard-nosed approach to her job immediately irritate her colleagues, as does the fact that she is a tough-minded Southern woman in a department dominated by men. Although focused on her career, she's also trying (somewhat unsuccessfully) to overcome her love of doughnuts, chocolate bars and other snacks and to reignite a personal life that has fallen by the wayside.
Following the recent traumatic events at the end of her Mafia case, a demoralized Brenda is placed on administrative leave, and Taylor dismantles and reassigns her team.
As Brenda reluctantly allows Fritz to decorate their house for Christmas in order to help sell it, she is called to the scene of a robbery of an armored car in which two guards were killed and one, Wesley Reed, was wounded.
Don't miss the final season of the critically acclaimed series starring Emmy (R) winner Kyra Sedgwick as Deputy Police Chief Brenda Leigh Johnson, a top-notch investigator who has put some of Los Angeles' most brutal killers behind bars. With her keen investigative instincts and brilliant interrogation techniques, Brenda often closes her cases by eliciting a confession or cornering a suspect through sometimes-questionable methods.