'Law & Order' is dead -- long live 'Law & Order'! Though the veteran show, which producers affectionately refer to as "the mothership," is now officially dearly departed after two decades on the air, creator Dick Wolf is back in the saddle with 'Law & Order: Los Angeles' (or 'LOLA'), and he brought executive producers Rene Balcer and Blake Masters along with cast members Skeet Ulrich and Corey Stoll to discuss the freshman procedural.
The show will premiere on Wed., Sept. 29th at 10PM on NBC. There was no footage to be previewed, so read on for highlights from the panel.
-- Dick Wolf confirmed what many outlets had already reported; Terrence Howard will play another District Attorney alongside Alfred Molina; the pair will likely be rotating on a weekly basis, but both will be seen in the courtroom.
-- There is no hope for an eleventh (or by now, twelfth) hour save for the original 'Law & Order.' "It has moved into the history books," said Wolf.
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