This week’s Law & Order: Los Angeles did a great job of returning to the roots that made the franchise a success.
In "Benedict Canyon," the detectives work as a team and actually have to detect; the prosecutors actually have cases that present problems they have to work around, and there is even a bit of a surprise towards the end.
All that being said, the show is far from perfect.
The biggest detraction may be actually be the shift from New York to L.A. I know this seems like an odd reason for the show to be hitting bumps, but the show is either trying too hard to push the new city onto its viewers, or they are truly over infatuated with the city themselves. Read More...