TNT Won't Save 'Law & Order'

Producer Dick Wolf's plans to keep new episodes of 'Law & Order' on the air apparently won't involve TNT.

Despite recent rumors to the contrary, the cable network isn't interested in picking up the recently canceled legal drama for its 21st season, reports the Los Angeles Times.

The report comes as no surprise, as TNT recently announced major budget cuts for cop drama 'Southland,' the show it saved after NBC gave it the boot during its first season.

'Law & Order' ended its two-decade run on NBC on Monday.

Wolf's next move is unclear, but according to recent reports, he's dead set on bringing 'Law & Order' back for another season, which could make it the longest-running TV drama in history.

For now, fans can still expect to hear the famous "DUN DUN" sound effect with endless 'L&O' reruns on TNT, or on NBC's latest spinoff, 'Law & Order: Los Angeles,' which kicks off this fall.

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Jun 25, 2010 11:51AM EDT

I have no plans to waste my time watching LOLA. NBC & TNT are great disappointments to me. MONEY, MONEY, MONEY. NBC has no dramas, just junk.

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