“Law & Order: SVU” fans have been having a good week.
First, star Mariska Hargitay promised reporters that she was “having too much fun” to leave the show at the end of the season — plus, she announced that Harry Connick, Jr. would be playing a DA who takes an interest in Benson romantically for a four-episode arc. Yay!
Now, we’ve got even more good news… Continue reading 'Law & Order: SVU' snags Miranda Lambert as assault victim
… Lost among the hoopla over NBC’s midseason schedule was the network’s decision to give sophomore series Harry’s Law a full-season order. Grimm also received good news, in the form of an order for more scripts. [Deadline Hollywood]
… CBS’s one-time Saturday experiment Rules of Engagement did not receive good news today. The comedy has seen its episode order cut from a lucky 18 to a very unlucky 13. The… Continue reading News Briefs: Harry's Law Gets a Full-Season Order
What to watch on Wednesday, November 9…
What’s an appropriate amount of time to spend searching for your family after they’d been teleported out of the dimension by an angry wizard? Four hours? Five? I feel like five is probably enough, because it’s time to watch some TV! Like these things for example:
10pm, FXAmerican Horror StoryWhile that Halloween twofer might be a tough act to follow, tune in tonight for “Piggy… Continue reading What to Watch Tonight: Law & Order: SVU, American Horror Story and the 45th Annual CMA Awards
Who would have guessed that Special Victims Unit would be the last Law & Order standing? The thirteenth season of Dick Wolf’s sex crimes-centric procedural debuted Wednesday night with some questionable cast shake-ups. The most significant? Christopher Meloni’s off-screen departure after twelve years as Elliot Stabler.
The Law & Order universe is no stranger to cast changes; the original series concluded with an entirely different roster from when it first premiered… Continue reading A Chris Meloni-Free Law & Order: SVU May Just Be a Good Thing