Law & Order: Trial by Jury

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Skeet Ulrich Joins Law & Order: Los Angeles

Skeet Ulrich

Skeet Ulrich has signed on to star in Law & Order: Los Angeles, a show rep says.

The Jericho star, 40, will play LAPD Detective Rex Winters, a former Marine with keen intuition whose work style is heavily shaped by the Rodney King riots that took place within his first two months on the job. Winters' personal life is a bit more complicated... read more

NBC Cancels Law & Order, Picks Up SVU and Law & Order: Los Angeles

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NBC has canceled Law & Order, it announced Friday, putting the seminal Dick Wolf procedural one season shy of becoming the longest-running drama series in TV history. In addition, the network ordered a new spin-off, Law & Order: Los Angeles, and renewed Law & Order: Special Victims Unit.

Law & Order will air its 20th-season and series finale Monday, May 24 at 10/9c.

From Briscoe to Van Buren: Check out the many faces of Law & Order

"The full measure of the collective contributions made by Dick Wolf and his Law & Order franchise over the last two decades ...
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Is Law & Order Done?

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After 20 seasons, is Law & Order coming to an end?

The New York Times reports that Law & Order creator Dick Wolf's production company informed select people involved with the series of its demise... read more

Now that Conviction has gone ...

Question: Now that Conviction has gone the way of Law & Order: Trial by Jury, any chance Stephanie March will reprise her role of Alex Cabot on SVU for an episode or two next season?


Answer: According to a source close to SVU, Steph "is not returning anytime this year."

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THROUGH THE REVOLVING DOOR

While Cybill survivor Alicia Witt has checked herself out of Fox's shrink-rap comedy pilot More, Patience, Jenny McCarthy has gotten her foot in the door of Patricia Heaton's untitled ABC sitcom; Law & Order: Trial by Jury's Amy Carlson has washed up among the cast of ABC's insomniac-cop drama, Drift; and American Dreams hottie Sam Page has been thrown to Shark, the CBS drama with intimidating James Woods as an attorney-turned-prosecutor. So, are you impressed or appalled that I managed to handle all that in one densely packed sentence? Yeah, me, too. read more

THROUGH THE REVOLVING DOOR

While Cybill survivor Alicia Witt has checked herself out of Fox's shrink-rap comedy pilot More, Patience, Jenny McCarthy has gotten her foot in the door of Patricia Heaton's untitled ABC sitcom; Law & Order: Trial by Jury's Amy Carlson has washed up among the cast of ABC's insomniac-cop drama, Drift; and American Dreams hottie Sam Page has been thrown to Shark, the CBS drama with intimidating James Woods as an attorney-turned-prosecutor. So, are you impressed or appalled that I managed to handle all that in one densely packed sentence? Yeah, me, too. read more

THROUGH THE REVOLVING DOOR

While Cybill survivor Alicia Witt has checked herself out of Fox's shrink-rap comedy pilot More, Patience, Jenny McCarthy has gotten her foot in the door of Patricia Heaton's untitled ABC sitcom; Law & Order: Trial by Jury's Amy Carlson has washed up among the cast of ABC's insomniac-cop drama, Drift; and American Dreams hottie Sam Page has been thrown to Shark, the CBS drama with intimidating James Woods as an attorney-turned-prosecutor. So, are you impressed or appalled that I managed to handle all that in one densely packed sentence? Yeah, me, too. read more

L&O Vet: She's Ready to Rule

Ever wonder what happens to all those leggy assistant district attorneys who've left Law & Order over the years? Well, at least one of the brainy beauties has moved to the other side of the bench to become a judge. Actress Carey Lowell — who played ADA Jamie Ross from 1996-98 — reprises her role on tonight's Law & Order: Trial by Jury (10 pm/ET on NBC). And if this latest L&O spin-off fares well, we'll see more of Judge Jamie in the future. "If the show continues [next season], they'll ask me to return," Lowell suggests to TVGuide.com. "Not any old thing would bring me back [to television]. I always thought that L&O had excellent writing and always loved the character of Jamie Ross and was happy to fill her shoes again. The opportunity to play Jamie was enough to bring me out of reti read more

L&O Boss Stands Trial

It would be a crime to confuse Fox's new legal drama, The Jury, with NBC's midseason contender, Law & Order: Trial by Jury — or at least so says Dick Wolf, the creator of L&O and its umpteen spin-offs. Rumors that the latest addition to the franchise will be set entirely in the deliberation room are "absolutely incorrect," the executive producer tells TV Guide Online. "There will be one or two scenes in the fourth act every week in the jury room, but you couldn't set a [whole] show in the jury room, I don't think." However, Wolf concedes that TBJ — potentially an all-star affair featuring Jerry Orbach, Candice Bergen and Frasier dad John Mahoney — will not adhere as strictly to the time-tested L&O format as, say, SVU. "The cops are not as big as they are on L&O because it's set in the courthouse," he explains. "It's not law... it's order. The setup is a l read more

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Premiered: March 03, 2005, on NBC
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Premise: A third `Law & Order' spin-off follows cases through the judicial system, focusing on two female prosecutors.

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