The View: Mary McDonnell Major Crimes Season 2 Preview & Lionel Richie


The View: June 10 2013

Recapo Update: Here are the segments from today’s show:

The View: Mary McDonnell Major Crimes Review & Oscar Lunch With Whoopi

The View: Lionel Richie American Tour 2013 & Three Times A Lady

On The View June 10 2013, Mary McDonnell, who will be in upcoming film Major Crimes will be coming in to talk about her new book, Lionel Richie will be performing, and Brazilian TV host Luciana Gimenez will be co-hosting.


The View: Mary McDonnell Major Crimes

The View: Mary McDonnell Major Crimes Season 2 Preview & Lionel Richie

Mary McDonnell will be giving us a preview of season two of Major Crimes. (s_bukley /

Major Crimes is actually a spin-off from TNT’s successful TV series The Closer, which ran for seven seasons from 2005 until August 2012. The show opened up to a great first season in September 2012, with an average of 7 million viewers per episode, and has been renewed for a second season, which will start this year.

Major Crimes follows Captain Sharon Raydor, the new head of the LAPD’s Major Crimes Division after the unexpected departure of The Closer‘s main character, Deputy Chief Brenda Leigh Johnson. With everyone in the department still reeling from the unexpected departure of Johnson, Captain Sharon Raydor has to win the respect of the department. In addition to that, she also has to solve some of the most heavy-hitting crimes in the city.


The View: Lionel Richie

Lionel Richie has been hitting shows like Today Show to perform, and it makes a lot of sense considering that he announced his first American tour in over a decade. Given how nostalgic Americans get over songs like “Hello” and “All Night Long,” this tour will assuredly be a sellout wherever it goes. It doesn’t look like the man has missed a beat, either. He had no problem getting the crowd going when he performed on Today Show June 7 2013.

Lionel Richie hasn’t been without new music, either. In 2012, he released his tenth studio album, Tuskegee, which was more of a reimagining of all his old songs rather than any new ones.


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