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EXCLUSIVE: Bob Saget to Guest on 'Law & Order: Los Angeles' as Porn Producer

by Chris Harnick, posted Jan 14th 2011 10:20AM
Bob SagetDanny Tanner as a porn producer!? You better believe it because Bob Saget is guest starring on 'Law & Order: Los Angeles' and his character is involved in the world of pornography.

According to a source connected to the show, Saget will play Andrew Brennan, a porn producer, in the March 8 episode 'Van Nuys.'

However, this isn't Saget's first time in the 'Law & Order' pool. In 2006, the 'Full House' actor appeared as Glenn Charles in an episode of 'Law & Order: SVU.'

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'Law & Order: Los Angeles' Cast Changes Confirmed

by Kelly Woo, posted Jan 12th 2011 10:40PM
Alfred Molina Terrence HowardAs we reported earlier, 'Law & Order: Los Angeles' is undergoing a cast shake-up after a slow start this fall, with stars Skeet Ulrich, Reginal Hall and Megan Boone departing the show.

Creator Dick Wolf has now revealed his plan to revamp the new spin-off series. After Ulrich departs in episode 14 (likely to air sometime in March), Alfred Molina's D.D.A. Ricardo Morales will return to his former job as a detective and team up with Corey Stoll's Det. TJ Jaruszalski. Meanwhile, Terrence Howard's D.D.A Jonah Dekker now will be the lead prosecutor.

Molina and Howard previously traded off episodes; both will now appear every week.

"We have the fortune of two world class actors on 'LOLA,' and it was frustrating to have one on the bench every week. It would be like having Peyton Manning and Tom Brady as your quarterbacks, playing alternate games," Wolf said in the statement.

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On the 'Law & Order' Beat: Preview 'SVU's' 'Rescue' and 'L.A.'s' 'Playa Vista'

by AOL TV Staff, posted Dec 1st 2010 2:00PM
Mariska Hargitay Law and Order SVUFollowing last week's dark and potentially life-changing episode, 'Gray,' 'Law & Order: SVU' (9PM ET, NBC) continues to focus on Det. Benson's search for baby Calvin's mother, Vivian (Maria Bello). But when Vivian's name is linked to a rape case, the investigation is handed over to Detectives Fin and Munch. But knowing Benson, she isn't likely to stay on the bench for very long.

Meanwhile, over in 'Law & Order: Los Angeles,' the murder of a pro golfer takes Detectives Winters and Jaruszalski to the links -- and eventually to a suspect, a married pro golfer.

Watch behind-the-scenes clips from both show:

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'Law & Order' Beat: Making the Living Look Dead

by AOL TV Staff, posted Nov 10th 2010 4:00PM
Skeet UlrichAs its first season progresses, 'Law & Order: Los Angeles' (Wed., 10PM on NBC) is adding to its pile of dead bodies. But how exactly do they get those bodies to look so dead?

Guest star Andres Perez-Molina took us behind the make-up to show how much work goes into making a live actor look like a dead victim.

When Perez-Molina's character, oil rig worker Freddy Ramirez, turns up dead on the shore, Detectives Winters (Skeet Ulrich) and Jaruszalski (Corey Stoll) take the case. However, some paperwork turns up indicating this may be more than just a random murder.

Check out the behind-the-scenes video below.

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'Law & Order' Beat: The Details Tell the Story on 'SVU' and 'LA'

by AOL TV Staff, posted Nov 3rd 2010 3:30PM
Law and Order SVUShows that regularly rip their stories from the headline have to do their research, since all the little details add up to the big picture.

Both 'Law & Order: SVU' and 'Law & Order: Los Angeles' (Wed., 9 and 10PM ET on NBC) pride themselves on getting those details right.

In tonight's 'SVU,' writer Ken Storer came up with the original story, but decided to link it to a current event -- namely, the BP oil spill. In 'Trophy,' an environmental activist is found raped and murdered. Det. Benson (Mariska Hargitay) ends up forming a connection to the victim's daughter, and soon discovers that the case may be part of a larger, more insidious mystery.

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'Law & Order' Beat: Kevin Alejandro and Shannon Lucio Guest Star Tonight

by AOL TV Staff, posted Oct 20th 2010 4:00PM
Melissa Sagemiller, Law and Order SVUThe 'Law & Order' franchise rakes in the guest stars week after week. Tonight's episodes of 'SVU' and 'Los Angeles' feature, respectively, Kevin Alejandro ('True Blood,' 'Southland') and Shannon Lucio ('The Gates,' 'The O.C.').

Tonight's 'Law and Order: SVU' (9PM ET, NBC) features the debut of Melissa Sagemiller as Assistant District Attorney Jillian Hardwick. Detectives Benson and Stabler investigate the cases of two men (played by Alejandro and Michael Gladis) branded with a wire coat hanger.

Meanwhile, an hour later at 10PM ET on 'LOLA,' a meth lab explosion kills two innocent children. When the federal government wants to take over the case, DDA Dekker (Terrence Howard) fights to keep it in his jurisdiction.

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Behind the Scenes of 'Law & Order: Los Angeles'

by AOL TV Staff, posted Oct 13th 2010 5:00PM
Law & Order Los AngelesThere's more than meets the eye on tonight's episode of 'Law & Order: Los Angeles' (10PM ET, NBC).

When Det. Winters (Skeet Ulrich) and his partner, Det. Jaruszalski (Corey Stoll), investigate the death of a surf champion, they find that it might have been an inside job.

Meanwhile, DDA Morales (Alfred Molina) goes above and beyond to get information from someone related to a suspect.

Go behind the scenes to watch Ulrich prepare for a discovery scene, plus learn more about what it's like to be on 'LOLA' from guest star Caity Lotz.

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'Law & Order' Sneak Peek: Preview 'SVU' and 'LA' (VIDEO)

by AOL TV Staff, posted Oct 6th 2010 1:00PM
Law and Order Los AngelesTerrence Howard takes up his first case in tonight's new 'Law & Order: Los Angeles' (10PM ET, NBC) and his character, Deputy District Attorney Joe Dekker finds that the line between victim and suspect can get very blurry.

"He's the moral compass of the show," Howard told TV Guide about Dekker. "He's always on the verge of being fired [for trying to do the right thing]."

In the episode, 'Echo Park,' a murderous cult member is found stabbed to death -- and the police trace clues to one of her former victims.

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'L&O: LA' Premiere Mirrors Hollywood's "Bling Ring" Burglaries (VIDEO)

by Aimee Deeken, posted Sep 30th 2010 9:50AM
'L&O: LA' Premiere Follows Bling Ring BurglariesThe series premiere of 'Law & Order: Los Angeles' (Wed., 10PM ET on NBC) featured a ripped-from-the-headlines story: A group of burglars targeted the homes of wealthy young celebrities. Can you say Bling Ring?

Detectives investigated a break-in at one high-profile actor's home (who "gets $3 million a picture"). Three grand in cash had been stolen, as well as eight Rolex watches.

"[The] guy's got two arms and eight Rolexes?" commented Rex (Skeet Ulrich). His colleague replied, "... and one safe he didn't use."

(Technically, six of the eight watches stolen from Orlando Bloom's home were Rolex watches, but hey, it's TV. The episode was a bit more gruesome than real-life events, too.)

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'Law & Order: Los Angeles' Premiere Review: Mature Franchise Gets West Coast Facelift

by Maureen Ryan, posted Sep 29th 2010 1:00PM
The thumping disco music that opens the first episode of 'Law & Order: Los Angeles' (10PM ET Wednesday, NBC) is meant to remind you that this is not your father's crime procedural.

Well, actually, it is your father's crime procedural. But this is a 'Law & Order' that has heard of Facebook and TMZ.

In fairness, other editions of the cop-lawyer warhorse have dabbled in topical events and trendy ideas (or ideas that were trendy a while ago). But, as was the case with the mothership of the franchise, this West Coast 'Law & Order' works best when it gives its able cast knotty dilemmas to play.

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'Law & Order: Los Angeles' Premiere: Watch Exclusive Behind-the-Scenes Footage

by Sharon Knolle, posted Sep 29th 2010 11:30AM
When 'Law & Order: Los Angeles' premieres tonight (10PM ET on NBC), it will be the first time in over 20 years that the mothership show, 'Law & Order,' isn't on the air.

Instead, the familiar "chung-chung" sound will be heard on 'SVU,' 'Criminal Intent' (on USA) and this newest edition.

Set amid the bright lights of Hollywood and the gritty streets of South Central, the show stars Skeet Ulrich, Terrence Howard and Alfred Molina, Rachel Ticotin, Corey Stoll and more as the cops and prosecutors charged with dispensing justice in L.A.

'LOLA' kicks off with a crossover from its sibling, 'SVU,' which premieres tonight at 9PM ET. Mariska Hargitay's Olivia Benson heads to Los Angeles for a case about the "backlog of untested rape kits," she told E! News.

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Fall TV's Best New Shows

by Maureen Ryan, posted Sep 9th 2010 1:30PM
Your TV will be flooded with new shows in coming weeks, so consider this an attempt to help you sort through your couch-potato options.

Of course, when it comes to new shows, no one can accurately predict which ones will fulfill their early promise and which ones will flame out creatively or get canceled within weeks of their premieres. And this year there are few slam-dunks along the lines of 'The Good Wife' or 'Modern Family' (to get our comedy kicks we'll probably have to go with returning shows, given that none of the new comedies look too promising).

Without further ado, these are the fall programs that, on first glance, appear to have quite a bit of potential:

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'Law & Order: Los Angeles' Goes Hollywood

by Jean Bentley, posted Aug 5th 2010 11:20AM
Skeet Ulrich and Corey StollThere's nothing like a flashy Hollywood premiere.

NBC's new series, 'Law & Order; Los Angeles,' now has a title for its debut episode: 'Hollywood.' TV Guide reports that not only will the show's first hour tackle the darker side of the glitzy town, as creator Dick Wolf promised, it'll star some familiar faces. The crime that new detectives Rex (Skeet Ulrich) and Tomas (Corey Stoll) will be investigating surrounds a young actress named Chelsea (Danielle Panabaker) and a "wannabe actor" named Sam (Kurt Russell and Goldie Hawn's son, Wyatt Russell).

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Corey Stoll Signs on as 'Law and Order: LA' Lead

by Chris Harnick, posted Jul 30th 2010 10:35AM
Corey Stoll just got a badge. The 'Salt' star has signed on to play the detective lead opposite Skeet Ulrich in NBC's 'Law & Order: LA.'

According to Deadline Hollywood, Stoll will play TJ Jaruszalski, a confident Los Angeles native who has a pretty cynical view of the entertainment industry. Stoll's character has also been described as a very social health buff.

Besides 'Salt,' Stoll has recently appeared on 'The Good Wife,' 'NCIS' and 'Law & Order.'

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Alfred Molina Joins the Cast of 'Law & Order: LA'

by Nick Zaino, posted Jul 26th 2010 10:00AM
Alfred Molina joins cast of 'Law & Order: LA'The cast of 'Law & Order: LA' is starting to take a bit more shape. EW.com's The Ausiello Files is reporting that Alfred Molina has completed a deal to join the cast as Deputy District Attorney Morales. The only other major casting so far has been Skeet Ulrich, who will play one of the lead detectives.

Molina can currently be seen on the big screen in 'The Sorcerer's Apprentice,' and has a particularly active film career, with several new projects on his slate. He's perhaps best known for roles in 'Spider-Man 2' and 'Raiders of the Lost Ark.' He's also a popular voiceover actor ('Rango,' 'Wonder Woman,' 'Chill Out, Scooby-Doo!').

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