Congrats are in order! ‘Law & Order’ star Saffron Burrows recently welcomed a baby girl with wife Alison Balian to the world! You’re going to gush once you hear the baby’s adorable name! Find out here!
Chris and Rihanna may wish to keep their tumultuous past behind them, but an upcoming episode of ‘Law & Order: SVU’ is putting their violent 2009 incident back under the microscope!
Law & Order: SVU has released a promotional video for its upcoming Feb. 27 episode titled “Funny Valentine.” The episode tells the story of a singer who was beaten by her hip-hop star boyfriend, and yet remains inexplicably drawn to him. Sound familiar? The show it putting its usual “ripped-from-the-headlines” twist on Chris Brown and Rihanna‘s 2009 incident.
While visiting the set of Law & Order: Los Angeles (LOLA), I got all the dirt on what to expect from the new series – and what you WON’T be seeing (sorry, Justin Bieber)!
Law & Order is NOT just a show your parents might watch, especially with the content you’re about to see this season on the series’ latest installment, which is set in Los Angeles. The L&O crew is shooting for a younger demographic – and they’re going to get it if the show’s premiere is any indication – it revolves around a hard-partying starlet with an overly involved mama. Smells like Lindsay and Dina Lohan to me! Read more
NBC cancels ‘Law & Order’ after 20 seasons! We really hope another network can pick it up!
It appears that after 20 seasons, one season short of becoming television’s longest running scripted program, NBC may be pulling the plug on Law & Order. Now, as our sister site Deadline Hollywood is reporting, this is a very, very complicated issue but here is what they are hearing. It is rumored that in March NBC indicated to series creator Dick Wolf it would bring back the show for a record 21st season, but negotiations fell apart over budget issues and now the network is pulling the series. One hope was for the show to go to TNT, like NBC show Southland recently did, or that TNT help finance the show with NBC in exchange for getting syndicated episodes of the show. Then that fell apart. Then, it was said by one source that NBC demanded Dick kick in to help “finance the pickup of Law & Order out of all the money he’s made.” He said no. Oh, and as if this wasn’t complicated enough there are some who are saying this is all a ploy by Dick to pressure NBC to keep the show on the air by spurring fan outrage. NBC has just now released a statement saying they will be canceling the long running show!