Law & Order alum Jesse L. Martin is heading to NBC's musical series Smash, Deadline reports.
Lost's Terry O'Quinn is coming back to ABC for the hourlong drama pilot Hallelujah, a network rep confirms.
From Desperate Housewives creator Marc Cherry, the project centers on a small Tennessee town that is being torn apart by the forces of good and evil. However, things change when a...
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...
Jesse L. Martin is coming back to TV.Less than a year after defecting from Law & Order, the actor is in talks to return to NBC in the midseason drama The Philanthropist, according to The Hollywood Reporter.Martin, who spent nine years on L&O, would portray Philip Maidstone, business partner and friend of lead Teddy Rist (James Purefoy), an altruistic billionaire who helps those in need worldwide.Production is expected to begin soon. The series is slated for a spring premiere with a truncated episode order, down from the original 13. Are you excited to see Martin back on TV? Joyce Eng
The least that a key team player can expect when his (or her) time comes to depart the unstoppable Law & Order is a memorable farewell. No slinking off into the sunset for Jesse L. Martin. No Is this because Im a lesbian? nonsense, as befitted the hapless Elisabeth Rohm (arguably the most inept cast member in its 18-season history). Martins character of Ed Green, who bridges the past as the last detective to serve alongside the late Jerry Orbachs legendary Lenny Briscoe, hangs it up tonight in a powerful episode that unearths some disturbing secretsat least one harking back to how he coped with losing his partnerbehind Greens typically professional demeanor.Im truly sorry to see Martin go at this juncture of the shows history. After a number of seasons of uneven cast chemistryI pretty much bailed during the dark years of Rohm, Fred Thompson and even Dennis Farina (who seemed too much like a TV ch...