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Brooke Shields is up to no good on Law & Order: SVU
August 13th, 2017 under Brooke Shields, Dick Wolf. [ Comments: none ]


The good news is that Brooke Shields is going to join Law & Order: SVU as a recurring character. The bad news is The Hollywood Reporter says she will “shake up Benson’s (Mariska Hargitay) world.” What that means we do not know, but the actress says she plays, “I play a very different character from any I have ever played.”

Now I am even more curious what her character will add to the procedural when it returns to NBC on September 27th.

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This Is Us back to Tuesdays
May 30th, 2017 under Dick Wolf, This Is Us. [ Comments: none ]


Two weeks ago, NBC announced their Fall schedule and they said This Is Us was moving to Thursdays at 10p. Then today, they decided to move it back to Tuesdays at 9p. Due to the scheduling change, Chicago Fire gets a new day and time period for the first time in its run. It is moving to Thursdays to 10p. Personally, I think that they should have kept Fire at 10p on Tuesdays and moved Law & Order: True Crime and Chicago Med to Thursdays at 10p. But what do I know, I just watch these TV shows and liked them where they were.

What do you think of the changes? I know ABC and CBS are loving it because now How to Get Away with Murder and SWAT are no longer up against TV’s most buzzed about show. Granted, ABC is probably worried for Black-ish and The Mayor, now that they are up against it. When it comes to Fox, I wonder if they are thinking about switching Lethal Weapon to 9p and The Mick and Brooklyn Nine-Nine to 8p. It seems smarter to have their drama go up against the powerhouse as compared to their comedies. Don’t you agree?

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Sophia Bush has left Chicago PD
May 25th, 2017 under Dick Wolf. [ Comments: none ]


Out of all the actors on Chicago PD, the only one whose name I know is Sophia Bush. Now I know none of them because Deadline is reporting she left the show. The season 4 finale hinted she might be leaving and today it was made official. No reason was given, but the article says, “The Chicago P.D. set had been described as a tough environment for a female performer.”

Since the police procedural is not for me and I like her, I cannot wait to see where she winds up next. Personally, I liked when she tried her hand at comedy with Partners. She deserves to be on a show that will treat her with the respect she deserves.

Talking about Dick Wolf dramas, I wonder who if anyone is leaving Chicago Fire and/or Chicago Med because their season finales hinted not everyone might be back. They better not let Oliver Platt leave because he makes that great show even better.

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The verdict is in for Chicago Justice
May 22nd, 2017 under Dick Wolf. [ Comments: none ]


Even though NBC started the season with four Chicago shows from Dick Wolf, it is starting next with only three. That is because they cancelled Chicago Justice. I had high hopes for the show because I like legal dramas, but this was more like Chicago PD. I can’t watch the latter, therefore I can’t watch the former.

Are you sad it was given the electric chair?

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It’s time for a wedding on Bones and Chicago Fire holds you hostage
March 21st, 2017 under Bones, Dick Wolf. [ Comments: none ]


Tonight at 9p, it is time for Bones’ second to last ever episode on Fox. What better way to celebrate 12 great seasons than with a wedding. It finally time for Cam (Tamara Taylor) and Arastoo (Pej Vahdat) to say I do. The episode goes back and forth in time between the wedding and an event that comes right afterwards.

Even though Cam and Arastoo should be on their honeymoon, they are called back in to Jeffersonian the morning after their nuptials. A body has come in and everything is wrong. Bones (Emily Deschanel) doesn’t know who he is but she knows two men escaped from jail. Is he the man who killed her father and wants to kill her family? Or is the man who escaped with him? They will all work hard to find out who he is and that is only the beginning of their nightmare.

When Cam’s ID goes missing, they realize it was used and it wasn’t by her. What did that thief leave behind in the lab? Something that sets things up for the series finale next week.

Then at 10p on NBC, there is a gang war going on near Chicago Fire and the members seek refuge in the fire station. Well refuge might not be the word because they hold everyone in the fire house hostage. One of the members is shot and they force Stella (Miranda Rae Mayo) to try to save his life. Something that is not easy to do when their guns pointed at your head. Severide (Taylor Kinney) was somewhere else when the hostage takers came in and he was able to call the police. Making things more tense inside when they finally show up to rescue our guys.

Will everyone get alive? Let’s just say one fireman will be shot, one suffers a heart attack and one gets beaten up. All leading to a dramatic ending to this very intense episode that will keep you on the edge of your seat from the beginning until the very end. You don’t want to miss this exciting episode because it is the best one of the season and they have had some really good one.

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