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Law & Order (tv program)

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  • Amy Ryan Continues 'Office' Job

    Amy Ryan will keep punching a timecard at "The Office" for a while. The Oscar-nominated actress will reprise her guest role as Holly Flax, the new human resources rep at Dunder Mifflin Scranton, in several episodes of the NBC comedy next season. The show...
  • 'Wire' Creator Heads to New Orleans

    "The Wire" may be done, but David Simon isn't finished chronicling the struggles of urban America. Simon will explore New Orleans in his next project for HBO, a pilot called "Treme." The cable channel has greenlit the drama along with several other...
  • Ensuring a series is combat ready

    Ensuring a series is combat ready
    When David Simon ("The Wire") considered HBO's proposal to script Evan Wright's book "Generation Kill," he knew the journalist should stay in the picture, he told television critics at their annual press tour last week. Simon, who worked on the...
  • NBC Dips Into 'Lost and Found' Box

    "Law & Order" boss Dick Wolf will switch coasts, but not networks, for his next project. NBC has ordered a pilot from Wolf's company called "Lost and Found," about a female Los Angeles detective who clashes with her superiors and is banished to work...
  • NBC Rewrites Midseason Schedule

    NBC is loading up on unscripted fare in January, giving over nearly a third of its prime-time schedule to shows that won't be affected by the writers' strike. The network, which has been putting small pieces of its midseason schedule in place over the...
  • 'Law & Order' Back in Old Home

    NBC's old standby "Law & Order" will return to its familiar surroundings in January. The network says the long-running show, which is about to begin its 18th season, will premiere at 9 p.m. ET Wednesday, Jan. 2 with a two-hour episode before settling...
  • 'Boston Legal' Still Churning Out Episodes

    Just about every network TV show has shut down over the course of the five-week-old writers' strike. A handful of series, though, are still working through stockpiled scripts. ABC's "Boston Legal" will film through next week, when it would have been...
  • NBC Slots 'Medium,' Firms Up Schedule

    NBC Slots 'Medium,' Firms Up Schedule
    NBC will unleash a mix of new and returning shows -- including a heavy dose of unscripted programming -- in the early months of 2008. The new, strike-adapted slate includes the return of "Medium" to Monday nights, the previously announced creation of a...
  • 'Law' on NBC's Side Wednesday

    Fast National ratings for Wednesday, Jan. 2, 2008 The return of "Law & Order" to NBC Wednesday brought the network a share of the ratings crown. NBC won the night overall with an 8.5 rating/13 share. FOX came in second with a 7.3/11, with those...
  • London Calling for 'Law & Order'

    The long-running NBC show "Law & Order" may soon have a counterpart across the Atlantic. Series creator Dick Wolf and NBC Universal, which produces the series, are in discussions with a British company to produce a U.K. version of the show. Adaptations...
  • 'Deal' the Difference for NBC Wednesday

    Fast National ratings for Wednesday, Jan. 9, 2008 NBC and CBS dueled it out with mirror-image game show-and-crime drama lineups Wednesday night, with the Peacock coming out ahead by a slim margin. NBC averaged a 7.4 rating/12 share for the night, with...