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Law & Order (tv program)

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  • "Law & Order" vet to run new "Law & Order" series

     
    A veteran writer and show runner of the "Law & Order" franchise has signed on to helm the upcoming "Law & Order: Los Angeles," which will debut on NBC. Rene Balcer will be the show runner of the new series,......
  • TNT arrests 'Law & Order' rumors

     
    TNT has brought the gavel down on "Law & Order." Ever since the recent cancellation of the 20-year-old landmark series by NBC, speculation has continued to swirl that a cable network might pick up the drama, which is tied with......
  • 'Law & Order' scene won't push Vonn from slippery slope

     
    Lindsey Vonn as Alicia and Jeremy Sisto as Det. Cyrus Lupo on the upcoming May 24 episode of NBC's "Law & Order." (Eric Leibowitz / NBC) By Philip Hersh Lindsey Vonn has a scene on Law & Order's 20th season......
  • TV ratings: 'Bachelor' finale wins Monday, 'Law & Order' helps NBC at 10

     
    "The Bachelor" finale gave ABC a win Monday, while "Law & Order" improved NBC's fortunes a bit at 10 p.m....
  • 'Law & Order' producer throws the book at new novels

     
    Dick Wolf apparently doesn't sleep. Wolf, creator of the landmak "Law & Order" series, and its spinoffs, including NBC's upcoming "Law & Order: Los Angeles," is adding "novelist" to his considerable resume. William Morrow, an imprint of HarperCollins...
  • TCA Press Tour: 'Law & Order' creator Dick Wolf looks to the future

     
    "Law & Order" creator Dick Wolf is ready to move on. Wolf expressed disappointment that "Law & Order," the landmark legal/police drama, was canceled after tying the record for the longest-running series in TV history, but said that he is......
  • TV ratings: CBS wins quiet Wednesday, 'Law & Order' shows rise

     
    A rerun-heavy night on the broadcast networks didn't really change the usual order of things -- which meant that CBS led the ratings. NBC's "Law & Order" duo got a bit of a bump....