Jay Mohr to Portray Charlie Sheen-ish Character in Law & Order: Criminal Intent

The Law & Order franchise has been famous for its ripped-from-the-headlines approach to storylines. It looks as if the final season of USA's Criminal Intent is no different, as not only are they doing a Ronni Chasen inspired episode, but they're portraying America's favorite warlock, Charlie Sheen. According to Deadline, Criminal Intent has cast Jay Mohr to play a Charlie Sheen-like bad boy named Nyle Brite, known for his love of cocaine and hookers. I'm interested to see how much artistic license the writers take with this episode. If they go too close to what's actually happened with Sheen, it could be a little tired, but if they use Sheen's antics only as a base and add in even more insanity, it could be a pretty interesting episode. Jay Mohr has played characters in the same ballpark as Brite, most notably in Fox's short-lived Action , so I think he could pull off the role as an unhinged star quite well. Read More...

'Law and Order: CI' Promo of Goren and Eames' Return

" Law & Order: Criminal Intent " includes familiar faces in its new promo for season 10.   Vincent D'Onofrio   and   Kathryn Erbe   are back as Detective Robert Goren and his long-time partner Alex Eames at the behest of new Major Case Captain William Hannah.   D'Onofrio said goodbye to the show at the end of season 9 premiere. He agreed to finish the show for eight episodes since this would be the last season. The last time viewers saw of Goren was when his partner Eames received a promotion and she had to fire him. The two mutually agreed to leave the squad.    Read More...

Crime TV News: Law & Order Los Angeles Gets a Return Date & Criminal Intent Guest Stars

Yael's got the scoop on your favorite crime shows in a new Crime TV News! First up, Law & Order: Los Angeles, which had been put on an indefinite hiatus, finally gets its return date slotted in the upcoming NBC schedule! Look out for new episodes (including some new cast members and characters) starting April 11th! Also, check out the deets on some exciting May Sweeps guest stars and cross-overs, and who will be gracing the small screen for the final episodes of Criminal Intent. It's all in the latest news video in the link below! Crime TV News: 3/22/11

Neal McDonough and Jeri Ryan To Guest Star in LAW & ORDER: CRIMINAL INTENT

Great news,  LAW & ORDER: CRIMINAL INTENT  fans. Looks like  the show has lined up some prettycool  guest stars for the end of this season.  reports that both Neal McDonough and Jeri Ryan are set to make appearances on theseries . McDonough is set to show up in an episode  titled “The Consoler,” and will play a Monsignor who does very good things for the Church, starting soup kitchens , orphanages, cancer wards and what not. Unfortunately he’s not as good as he seems and behind closed doors, the Monsignor actually does some very bad things with the women of his parish. Read More...


Goren (Vincent D’Onofrio) and Eames (Kathryn Erbe) have a new boss. TV Line reports that character actor Jay. O. Sanders has been cast as the fourth (and final) captain of LAW & ORDER: CRIMINAL INTENT ‘s Major Case Squad. Little is known about his character, but he will appear in all eight episodes of the show’s swan song season. Sanders guest starred in a 2002 episode of Criminal Intent and he appeared on original flavor L aw & Order twice. His film credits include’ Edge of Darkness,’ ‘The Day After Tomorrow,’ and ‘Revolutionary Road.’ He will next be seen in ‘The Green Lantern’ with Ryan Reynolds. Jamey Sheridan, Eric Bogosian, and Mary Elizabeth Mastrantonio all previously filled the captain’s chair. Do you think Sanders will be a good fit?

Criminal Intent, In Plain Sight Get Premiere Dates

Law & Order: Criminal Intent will premiere its 10th and final season on Sunday, May 1, at 9/8c, USA announced Thursday. Season 4 of In Plain Sight will debut immediately afterward at 10/9c. The new Criminal Intent episodes will mark the return of Vincent D'Onofrio and Kathryn Erbe as Detectives Bobby Goren and Alexandra Eames. D'Onofrio and Erbe exited the show at the beginning of the show's ninth season, leaving Jeff Goldblum and Saffron Burrows as the show's primary stars. Read More...

Is This the End of the Law & Order Era?

Law & Order, the crime franchise's mother ship, was canceled by NBC after 20 seasons last May. USA Network has announced that the final eight episodes of Law & Order: Criminal Intent will air in early 2011. Ratings for freshman series Law & Order: Los Angeles are middling. And finally, the reliable Special Victims Unit is losing longtime show runner Neal Baer in June, at the same time contracts are up for the series' invaluable leads, Mariska Hargitay and Christopher Meloni, whose last contract negotiations in the summer of 2009 went down to the wire. Come September, is it possible that for the first time in 21 years there could be no Law & Order show on television? Baer predicts a ratings bounce for SVU when the show moves from Wednesdays at 9pm back to 10pm come January 5; the sex-crimes show has consistently drawn better numbers in the later slot over the years. The drama currently averages 9.7 million viewers, down from its high of 15.2 million in the 2001-2002 season. "We're still doing compelling and memorable stories," Baer says, "and drawing great guest stars," including Drea de Matteo and Oscar winner Jeremy Irons, who will appear in 2011. "SVU can go on for a long time." According to a source close to the L&O franchise, no one on set or from the studio or network believes the show will end with Season 12. To Read More Click Here.

Kathryn Erbe Returning for Criminal Intent's Final Season

Kathryn Erbe will return for the 10th and final season of Law & Order: Criminal Intent, USA Network announced Friday. Erbe, who for eight seasons played Detective Alexandra Eames on the Dick Wolf procedural, rejoins the cast just weeks after series star Vincent D'Onofrio announced his own return to the series as Detective Bobby Goren. "Were thrilled to have Kathryn Erbe return as Detective Eames, the perfect complement to D'Onofrio's Detective Goren," USA programming president Jeff Wachtel said in a statement. "We now have the definitive team for the ultimate season of this phenomenal show." "I'm excited and grateful that Katie has decided to rejoin one of the best detective teams in the history of television," Wolf said in his own statement. To Read More Click Here .

Vincent Dâ??Onofrio Returning to Law & Order: Criminal Intent for Final Season

Vincent D'Onofrio will return to Law & Order: Criminal Intent for the series' 10th and intended final season, USA Network and Universal Cable productions announced Tuesday. The 51-year-old actor starred on the crime procedural for eight years before leaving the show after last season's first episode just this past spring, when he was succeeded by Jeff Goldblum. Goldblum announced his departure in August because of the "uncertainty" of the show's future, according to Variety. Jeff Goldblum leaving Law & Order: Criminal Intent It's still unclear whether D'Onofrio will work alongside his longtime on-screen partner, Kathryn Erbe, or Goldblum's crime solving co-star, Saffron Burrows. Criminal Intent was the second spinoff from the flagship Law & Order brand when it began in 2001. After ratings started to decline, the series moved from NBC to sister cable station USA in 2007. The series' final eight episodes will air sometime in 2011. To Read More Click here .

Jeff Goldblum Leaves 'Law and Order: Criminal Intent'

Jeff Goldblum, the star of USA's 'Law and Order: Criminal Intent,' is leaving the series after two years. According to Variety, this is not a negotiating tactic; Goldblum has made up his mind. Variety reported that Goldblum's' decision to leave stemmed from "uncertainty" surrounding the show's future. 'Law and Order: CI' underwent a major cast change earlier this season when Vincent D'Onofrio, Kathryn Erbe and Eric Bogosian left the series and Mary Elizabeth Mastrantonio and Saffron Burrows joined the cast. Goldblum used to alternate episodes with D'Onofrio's character, stepping in for Chris Noth in season 8 of the show. After D'Onofrio's exit early in season 9, Goldblum shouldered the full episode load. The series aired its season 9 finale on July 6, it was seen by 3.05 million viewers to date. USA Network has not made any announcement on its future. Source Here