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'Law and Order: CI' 8.09 Clip: Murder in the Name of God

A killer goes out for a murder rampage in the name of God with the intention to send the victims to heaven. Detective Robert Goren assisted by Detective Alexandra Eames must solve the riddles before the murders go to any further length. To be aired on Sunday, June 21, the " Law & Order: Criminal Intent " episode has released a clip where Goren is analyzing the crime scene. In the kitchen, a man is found lying on a pool of blood with money scattered around. Goren reckons that he came home from work and got struck from the left upon entering the kitchen. Dr. Elizabeth Rodgers also concludes that a small but solid object, like hammer is used as the murder weapon. On the other side of the kitchen, a woman who appears to be wife of the dead man, was also found dead with blood behind her head. Curiously, a well-arranged towel is put on top of her breasts and Eames thinks the killer has concern for some modesty. Source & Clip

'Law and Order: Criminal Intent' Clip: The Glory That Was

Before the actual episode hits the screen on Sunday, June 14, USA Network has given a clip of " Law & Order: Criminal Intent " 8.08. Titled "The Glory That Was", it follows the murder of a foreign diplomat who leads a double life of adultery with an unexpected twist. In the clip both Nichols and Wheeler interviewed the husband of the diplomat who keeps referring the victim as "my wife" instead of mentioning her name. Soon, Nichols and Wheeler find themselves on the world stage, untangling the dark politics behind the Olympic Site Selection Committee. The eight season of "Law & Order: CI" marks the exit of Chris Noth as Detective Mike Logan and the entrance of Jeff Goldblum as Detective Zach Nichols. The whole season will conclude on Sunday, August 9 along with USA's other show "In Plain Sight". Source & Clip

Watch a sneak peek of LAW & ORDER: CRIMINAL INTENT Season 8 Episode 7 "Folie a Deux"

When a fragile couple lose their child in a hotel robbery, Goren and Eames race against the clock to track down the missing child. Airing this Sunday June 7 on USA Network (9-10 p.m. ET). Source & Sneak Peek

Watch a sneak peek of LAW & ORDER: CRIMINAL INTENT "Astoria Helen"

A lonely, single mother is targeted by a charming conman in an effort to hit an armored truck carrying millions of dollars. When one of his partners gets killed weeks later, Nichols and Wheeler are on the case. Source & Sneak Peek

Ratings: Lost Finale Fires Up a Six-Week High - Featured

Wednesday's ratings recap: * 8 pm/ET The recently renewed Lie to Me 's season finale led the hour with 8.36 million total viewers, dipping 320K week-to-week. CBS' sitcombo of Rules of Engagement (6.38 mil) and Old Christine (6.54 mil) placed second. Trailing the Lost clip show and Law & Order: Criminal Intent , the America's Next Top Model finale drew 4.23 mil, up 410 thou. * 9 pm American Idol 's reveal of the Top 2 drew 23.99 mil, inching up 420K. Criminal Minds copped second with 13.03 mil, down 8 percent. Lost 's penultimate (sigh...) season finale averaged 9.31 million viewers over its two-hour run, marking a gain of 600K week-to-week and the series' best numbers since April 1. * 10 pm CSI: NY was No. 1 with an audience of 12.18 mil, down 9 percent. (Reminder: The season finale airs tonight at 10!) Law & Order lagged behind Lost with 7.82 mil, slipping 320K. Source Here

Watch a sneak peek of LAW & ORDER: CRIMINAL INTENT Season 8 Episode 4 "In Treatment"

What should have been a simple meeting turns to murder, leaving Wheeler and Nichols to question an embassy, a security company, the victim's relatives, and how it all connects to the Olympic Site Selection Committee. Airing this Sunday May 10 on USA Network (9-10 p.m. ET). Source & Preview

Watch a sneak peek of Season 8 Episode 2, "Rock Star"

Det. Zach Nichols' first case involves the murder of an artist, but it's unclear whether the neighborhood he lived in was a factor in his death, or something more personal. To Watch The Preview Click here . Source Here

Watch a sneak peek of LAW & ORDER: CRIMINAL INTENT "Playing Dead" airing this Sunday, April 19

Watch a sneak peek of LAW & ORDER: CRIMINAL INTENT "Playing Dead" airing this Sunday, April 19 on USA Network (9-10 p.m. ET).

Summer TV Shows on NBC: Criminal Intent Is Back; The Philanthropist Arrives

The snow's barely begun to melt, but NBC is looking ahead to warmer months already with the announcement of the network's summer TV schedule. Along with the sunshine, June will bring with it a bevy of season finales, series premieres and other seasonal kick-offs to mark on your calendar. Law & Order: SVU and Law & Order will wrap up their seasons on June 2 and 3, respectively (both at 10 pm/ET). Law & Order: Criminal Intent 's season premiere arrives soon after, on June 8 (9 pm/ET). Shows usually close seasons during May sweeps, but NBC is hoping the June wrap-up will boost Conan O'Brien's Tonight Show debut, premiering June 1. New series will also bow, starting with The Listener June 4 (10 pm/ET), which stars Craig Olejnik (The Timekeeper) as a telepathic EMT, and Merlin - about the mythical magician - on June 21 (8 pm/ET). Ex-Party of Fiver Neve Campbell and Rome alum James Purefoy debut June 24 (10 pm/ET) in The Philanthropist , which depicts a playboy-turned-vigilante-do-gooder. Check out the rest of the network's highlights below. Which shows will you cool down with this summer? Monday, June 1: I'm a Celebrity, Get Me out of Here! premiere (8 pm/ET); Medium season finale (10 pm/ET) Tuesday, June 2: Law & Order: Special Victims Unit season finale (10 pm/ET) Wednesday, June 3: Law & Order season finale (10 pm/ET) Thursday, June 4: The Listener premiere (10 pm/ET) Sunday June 7 and June 14: Meteor miniseries (9 pm/ET) Monday, June 8: Law & Order: Criminal Intent (season premiere, 9 pm/ET) Sunday, June 21: Merlin premiere (8 pm/ET) Tuesday, June 23 and Wednesday, June 24: America's Got Talent (9 pm/ET) Wednesday, June 24: The Philanthropist premiere (10 pm/ET) Wednesday, July 1: Great American Road Trip premiere (8 pm/ET) source here

NBC pushes season finales to June

Hoping to to give "The Tonight Show with Conan O'Brien" a solid premiere-week lead-in, NBC is pushing several major season finales into June. Several of the Peacock's 10 p.m. players won't end their seasons until the week of June 1, which is when O'Brien steps in to replace Jay Leno in the House That Steve Allen, Jack Paar and Johnny Carson Built. That means " Medium " will air its season finale on Monday, June 2, followed by "Law and Order: Special Victims Unit" on June 2 and "Law and Order: Original Recipe" on June 3. Then on June 4, net will air the launch of newcomer " The Listener " (more on that in a moment). "We'll give Conan the best launch possible during his premiere week," said NBC Entertainment/Universal Media Studios co-chair Ben Silverman. The post-season week of series finales is just part of Peacock's summer schedule strategy, which the net announced Thursday. For starters, The U.S. return of international TV hit "I'm A Celebrity... Get Me Out of Here!" will dominate NBC's June lineup, airing four nights a week for most of the month. The reality show, which originally aired on ABC in 2003, will bow on June 1 with a two-hour opener at 8 p.m. Show will continue to air for an hour each Monday through Thursday until Wednesday, June 24, when it ends with a one-hour finale. Also in June, NBC also plans to launch three original scripted dramas, all of which are budget-minded international co-productions: * "The Listener," which comes from Shaftesbury Films, CTV and Fox Int'l. Channels in addition to NBC, will air Thursdays at 10 p.m. starting June 4. * " Merlin ," from the BBC, FremantleMedia and Shine TV, will air Sundays at 8 p.m. starting June 21, when it bows with a two-hour opener. "Merlin" will also air for two hours on June 28, before settling into a regular hour the following week. * "The Philanthropist," from Universal Media Studios and its U.K.-based Carnival Films subsid (as well as Original Media and the Levinson/Fontana Co.), will air Wednesdays at 10 p.m. starting June 24. Elsewhere on NBC's summer sked, the net has scheduled two miniseries: "Meteor" will air at 9 p.m. on Sunday, June 7 and 14. And "The Storm" will run at 9 p.m. on Sunday, July 19 and 26. Beyond "I'm A Celebrity," NBC's summer alternative skeins include the return of "America's Got Talent," which will air Tuesdays and Wednesdays at 9 p.m. starting June 23 and 24. And newcomer "Great American Road Trip," from BBC Worldwide, runs Wednesdays at 8 p.m. beginning July 1. Also, the Peacock run of " Law & Order: Criminal Intent ," which now run first on USA Network, will return on Mondays at 9 p.m. starting June 8. Source here