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Alana De La Garza Joins Law & Order: Los Angeles

Alana de la Garza

Alana De La Garza will reprise her Law & Order role in the Los Angeles spinoff, TVGuide.com has confirmed.

Shakeup on Law & Order: Los Angeles: Skeet Ulrich out, Alfred Molina now playing a cop

De La Garza portrayed Connie Rubirosa, an assistant district attorney who joined the team at the beginning of Season 17. On Law & Order: Los Angeles, Rubirosa will team up with... read more

NBC Benches Law & Order: Los Angeles Following Cast Shake-Up

Law & Order: LA

Law & Order: Los Angeles won't be returning to the NBC schedule any time soon.

The series was expected to return Feb. 8, but NBC sent out a release on Tuesday stating that they had pulled the show indefinitely from the schedule. The last episode of Law & Order: Los Angeles aired Dec. 1.  

Parenthood will instead remain in the Tuesday at 10/9c timeslot for the remainder of the season. The family drama was originally scheduled to move to Mondays at 10/9c beginning in March.

Skeet Ulrich, two actresses exiting Law & Order: Los Angeles

The announcement comes on the heels of what appears to be a massive revamp... read more

Shakeup on Law & Order: Los Angeles: Skeet Ulrich Out, Alfred Molina Now Playing a Cop

Skeet Ulrich

Alfred Molina will replace Skeet Ulrich as the lead detective on Law & Order: Los Angeles, executive producer Dick Wolf announced in a statement Wednesday.

Molina, who currently plays Deputy District Attorney Ricardo Morales, will jump from the courtroom to the precinct beginning with episode 15. It will be revealed that Morales was an LAPD detective for 15 years, and when he becomes frustrated with the law, he decides to return to the force as a beat cop.

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Skeet Ulrich, Two Actresses Exiting Law & Order: Los Angeles

Skeet Ulrich

Law & Order: Los Angeles is restructuring its cast.

Skeet Ulrich, Regina Hall and Megan Boone are leaving NBC's West Coast legal drama as part of a creative revamp, Deadline reports.

Hall could return for a couple episodes to reprise ...
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Cheers & Jeers: Terrence Howard Lays Down the Law

Terrence Howard

Cheers to Terrence Howard for his passionate performance on Law & Order: Los Angeles.

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As suave Deputy DA Jonah Dekker, the Oscar-nominated actor (Hustle & Flow) may be the most purely charismatic cast member on any L&O show since Chris Noth. And when he butts heads with Peter Coyote's more politically minded DA, it's a battle of seductively gravelly voices to rival Alec Baldwin and Will Arnett's verbal smackdowns on 30 Rock... read more

Terrence Howard Draws from Nelson Mandela, Thurgood Marshall for Law & Order: Los Angeles

Law & Order: Los Angeles

After spending the summer playing Nelson Mandela for the upcoming film Winnie, Terrence Howard just couldn't let go of the South African president-activist so easily. So he found a way to bring Mandela to his newest role, Deputy District Attorney Jonah "Joe" Dekker on Law & Order: Los Angeles.

"The most important part of him was his legal appetite and his appetite for moral rightness. When we finished the movie, I wasn't finished being a lawyer," Howard told reporters on a conference call Tuesday.

Law & Order: Los Angeles' Terrence Howard says character is show's "moral compass"

Added executive producer Rene Balcer: "He did the read-through in Nelson Mandela's voice. That was quite an experience to hear... read more

Law & Order: Los Angeles' Terrence Howard Says Character Is Show's "Moral Compass"

Terrence Howard

Last week, Law & Order: Los Angeles fans got their first look at Alfred Molina behind the prosecutor's table as Deputy District Attorney Ricardo Morales. This week, viewers will meet his counterpart, D.D.A. Jonah "Joe" Dekker... read more

Meet the New Law & Order: Los Angeles DDA

Law & Order: Los Angeles

Welcome to LawLaw Land! This new Law & Order spin-off drops the gavel in L.A. with a pair of movie stars — Alfred Molina and Terrence Howard — headlining the cast.

"When this came up, it was a dream come true, a chance to work on a show with a wonderful history and with a creative energy that is still very relevant," says veteran film actor Molina. Molina, the onetime villain Doc Ock in Spider-Man 2, plays ... read more

Law & Order in Review: A Classic Transported to L.A. and U.K.

Skeet Ulrich

The most radical departure in NBC's Law & Order: Los Angeles (Wednesday, 10/9c) isn't the new location, but the lack of a portentous "these are their stories" intro. It's not the only thing that has been lost in the transition. 

The pilot episode (which includes a brief glimpse of Wanda de Jesus as the police lieutenant, replaced afterward by ... read more

Law & Order: Los Angeles Carries the Torch to the Other Coast

Law & Order: Los Angeles

At first glance, the set of the latest Law & Order, looks familiar. Binders are marked "homicides" and "robberies." But, there are detailed city maps — of Los Angeles. Upon closer view, there's a Dodgers cap. Outside the window lie the ever bustling 101 and 110 freeways.

It doesn't look like we're in New York anymore... read more

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