After 7 Seasons, Kyra Sedgwick Closes 'The Closer'

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In TNT's crime series The Closer, CIA-trained interrogator Brenda Leigh Johnson, played by Kyra Sedgewick, heads up the Los Angeles Police Department's major case squad. Johnson employs a combination of charm, bluff and guile to coax confessions out of suspected killers.

After more than 100 episodes, the series is coming to a close. The Emmy-award winning Sedgwick talks with NPR's Neal Conan about series, saying goodbye to Deputy Chief Johnson and what lies ahead.

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