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NBC 'Law and Order: True Crime' to Follow Menendez Brothers
Welp, if the true crime wave gave birth to dramatized true crime like American Crime Story: The People v. O.J. Simpson, you could bet the idea would tumble down to NBC eventually. Barring another Law & Order spinoff, the franchise will launch a new Law & Order: True Crime anthology, its first run to focus on the infamous Menendez brothers trial.
'Daredevil' Gets 'Law and Order' Credits Treatment
Marvel’s Netflix Daredevil draws much more from street-level crime dramas like The Wire than its Avengers predecessors, but that hasn’t stopped the parody parade from finding some fantastic fits. Daredevil, dressed as Law & Order, and frighteningly perfect at that? We’ll take eight!
NBC Fall 2014 Premieres
The madness of 2014's Upfront season has come and gone, but that doesn't mean the major networks are without a few bombshells to drop. Sure, we've seen most of the official schedules, but NBC is the first to officially unveil their slate of fall 2014 premieres, surprisingly placing comic adaptation 'Constantine' for an October bow, with Katherine Heigl's TV return 'State of Affairs' moving even fu
‘Law & Order: SVU': Mariska Hargitay Returns for Season 15 After All
Though NBC's long-running 'Law & Order: SVU' has already been renewed for a fifteenth season by the time of the Upfront presentations, less certain was the return of franchise staple Mariska Hargitay, whose negotiations remains incomplete even as of the most recent season 14 finale. The cliffhanger left Detective Olivia Benson's fate in a rather precarious place, but now Hargitay has officiall
'SVU' Controversy
Did anyone else catch last night's "Chris Brown and Rihanna"-themed 'Law & Order: SVU'? NBC's hit crime drama has tackled many issues, often based on real-world controversies -- one example that comes to mind was that Jerry Sandusky-themed episode at the beginning of season 13. And last night, they continued this theme with the episode titled "Funny Valentine," which mirror
‘The Walking Dead’ and ‘Homeland’ Stars Join ‘Law & Order: SVU’s “Legitimate Rape” Episode
Late yesterday we heard the surprising news that 'The Walking Dead' star Lauren Cohan would take part in an upcoming episode of 'Law & Order: Special Victims Unit' tackling the infamous "legitimate rape" controversy borne of one-time Senate hopeful Todd Akin's public blunder. Now, the episode has gained even more note in casting another key player of the episode's storyline, attachin

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