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The first cancelled show of the 2021-2022 season is…
July 16th, 2021 under Dick Wolf, NBC. [ Comments: none ]

(Photo by: Maarten de Boer/NBCUniversal)

NBC revealed the premiere dates for their 2021-2022 shows yesterday, but there was one show missing. That show is Law & Order: For the Defense, and according to The Hollywood Reporter, it is not moving forward.

The latest Law & Order spinoff, which was given a straight-to-series order in May, was not going the way Dick Wolf envisioned. Therefore, he pulled the plug on the show.

Don’t feel too bad for him. He still has 8 other shows on the air. I am sure there will be a ninth one before we know it at the rate he is going.

Blacklist will move to Thursdays on October 21st.


Listen to the Law & Order theme acapella style
June 3rd, 2021 under Dick Wolf. [ Comments: none ]

Tonight at 9p, it is time for the Law & Order: SVU’s 22nd season finale. In honor of that, here are Eileen Hanley and Joshua recreating the iconic theme song with just their mouths.

I am as blown away by their rendition as the criminal they blew up in that episode. You know the one?


Chicago Med loses two doctors
May 12th, 2021 under Dick Wolf. [ Comments: none ]

(Photo by: Mark Seliger/NBC)

Chicago Med is going into its seventh season, and that means the contracts are up for the medical drama’s original cast members. As of today, we know that two of the actors have decided to leave the show. They are Yaya DaCosta and Torrey DeVitto.

DeCosta plays nurse April Sexton, and it looks like her character will leave the ED to go to med school. At the same time, DeVitto’s character Dr. Natalie Manning has been stealing experimental medicine to give to her mom.

Both actresses already have their next jobs lined up. DeCosta is joining Fox’s Our Kind of People, and DeVitto will star in the Independent film Skelly, according to Deadline.

S. Epatha Merkerson is said to have signed her contract, while Oliver Platt, Nick Gehlfuss, Brian Tee, and Marlyne Barrett are still working on their deals.

Back to the actresses, are you upset that they are leaving? I feel like the writers have done as much as they can with their characters, and there is nowhere else they can take them. I think the other roles still have some room for the producers to create some interesting storylines. Although, I feel like Gehlfuss’ character could be getting close to them running out of ideas for Dr. Will Halstead.


See how they rehearse for surgery scenes on Chicago Med
May 6th, 2021 under Dick Wolf. [ Comments: none ]

Have you ever watched a medical drama and wondered how they prep for surgery scenes? Well, now we know. Wolf Entertainment shared a behind-the-scenes video of Steven Weber and Yaya Da Costa rehearsing for their big moment on the NBC show yesterday.

How interesting is it to see that their dummy bleeds? That would freak me out, but for them, it is just a normal day.


Just what we need, another Dick Wolf show
May 3rd, 2021 under Dick Wolf. [ Comments: none ]

They say three is a charm, and it definitely is for Dick Wolf. Next season, he will have three Chicago shows, three FBI dramas, and today we found out there will be three Law & Orders.

Law & Order: For the Defense will join SVU and Organized Crime on NBC.

What is the latest procedural be about? Dick Wolf explained “This new show is exciting for me personally. We spent the last 30 years on shows that played offense. Now it will be great to play defense. And being able to do it with Carol [Mendelson (CSI)] is an honor and an opportunity for both of us to do television that hasn’t been done before.”

Since the show was ordered straight to series today, there are no cast announcements. I am sure every NY actor is going to audition for it because you are not an actor in NYC if you have not appeared on a Dick Wolf show. Even my dad appeared in at least two episodes.


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