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'Law & Order: UK' Recap: Everyone Has Family Issues

This week's Law & Order: UK picks up where last week's episode left off, with Sam Casey as a suspect in the death of Finn Tyler. As the investigation begins, new Major Investigations Unit boss Leyt... //

'Law & Order: UK' Recap: Did Sam Casey Kill A Murder Suspect?

We're now officially into the third era of Law & Order: UK. There's just one original cast member left (that's Bradley Walsh). and there's new crew behind the scenes, too. So how does this LOUK mea... //

'Law & Order: UK' Recap: 'Fault Lines' (6.07)

The series six (and possible series) finale of Law & Order: UK sees Kelly From Forensics stabbed to death in her apartment. That pretty much guarantees that the whole episode is going to be awkwar... //

'Law & Order: UK' Recap: 'Trial' (6.04)

Usually, things that blow up are fascinating, unless someone gets hurt. That's the catch in this week's Law & Order: UK, when a letter bomb claims the life of an apparently model citizen. //

'Law & Order: UK' Review: 'Immune' (6.02)

When an armed robbery spins out of control into murder and a hostage situation, Ronnie and new partner Sam get the call to speak for the dead and save the living. They catch a quick break when one of the culprits turns up in the ER, but his lawyer (that's former  Red Cap  star  Tamzin Outhwaite ) demands her client gets a deal before he gives them the location of the hostage. This does not sit well with Sam, but over his objection, Sharpe gives the cops ten hours to find the hostage or he'll sign the papers. Clock's ticking, boys. Ronnie and Sam start to dig through their suspect's life, paying visits to his mum and his girlfriend, the latter of whom informs them that he borrowed her van, and that he's still friendly with his former cellmate. They raid the cellmate's flat, but it's for naught - the suspect's lawyer has called the hostage's wife and has her breathing down Thorne's neck, so he signs the deal. When Sam and Ronnie get to the location they're given, however, they find their hostage dead. In fact, he's been dead for quite some time. They've all been played. Read More... //

'Law & Order: UK' 6.01 'Survivor's Guilt' Review

This is a Law & Order: UK review I really didn't want to write, because as a fan, it's an episode that I didn't want to face. It's not so much the conclusion of a story as it feels like a forty-o... //

'Law & Order: UK' 5.06 'Deal' Review

It's the ultimate rude awakening: discovering that your significant other has been shot to death in bed beside you. On that startling note, welcome to this week's Law & Order: UK - a sharp and st... //

'Law & Order: UK' 5.05 'Intent' Review

As far as crime dramas go, this week's Law & Order: UK appears at first glance to be garden-variety: Brooks and Devlin catch the case of a couple stabbed to death in their home. Yet as this is LOU... //

'Law & Order: UK' 5.04 'Tick Tock' Review

Brooks and Devlin have their hands full this week on Law & Order: UK (when do they not, admittedly?) when they catch a double murder at a nightclub, followed within the half-hour by another shoot... //

'Law & Order: UK' 5.02 'Safe' Review

If there's one thing I took away from this week's Law & Order: UK, it's that we really don't give its cast enough credit. The episode makes clear that it takes a lot to be so good for so long. //