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Mega-producer Dick Wolf has put together quite a few spinoffs for his NBC series over the years, and he's about to give Law & Order its most interesting and trendy offshoot yet.
The Blacklist spinoff has been in the works for a couple of weeks now, and a lot of the major players have already signed on. The Blacklist actor Ryan Eggold was rumored to be among the cast members leaving the original show to head to the spinoff.
Fans of Grimm have not had it very good in the last season. Not in terms of what was actually happening on the show or anything, but with all the worrying over what NBC would do with it. Thankfully, the network's decision was a positive one.
The NFL has been looking into ways to update and widen the scope of their Thursday Night Football programming for a few months now. Well, they finally seem to have hit upon the answer that works for them
Last night, Jimmy Fallon returned to the format, bringing Melissa McCarthy along for the ride. After a few cute songs, McCarthy pulled out all of the stops with the Disney classic “Colors of the Wind.”
During the time that Mariska Hargitay and Christopher Meloni played partners on Law & Order: Special Victims Unit, there was a certain tension between the two characters the actors played onscreen.
The Blacklist has a lot of intriguing and/or likable characters. As it turns out, NBC’s drama won’t be keeping all of them to itself. Instead, The Blacklist is getting an NBC spinoff, and one actor from the original show is set to co-star in the upcoming project.
When you’ve got something good going, it only makes sense to want it to last as long as possible. For almost three seasons now, The Blacklist has been one of NBC’s biggest non-spinoff hits, and so it should surprise no one that the network is going into development on a follow-up drama.
The West Wing never would have become the popular and critical hit that it was were it not for writer/creator/showrunner Aaron Sorkin at the helm for the first four seasons. He left before the fifth, and Sorkin admits that it was particular advice from Larry David that kept him from being too miserable about departing.
Claire Danes is good at a lot of things. She’s good at acting, currently starring in Showtime’s Homeland. However, one thing she’d definitely not good at is playing Family Feud.
Channing Tatum is heading to TV. No really. The actor has mostly had a big screen presence over the years, but he did enjoy a guest stint on Lip Sync Battle last year, so it's not that unexpected. And what he's doing makes total sense.
The appeal of Law & Order: SVU from the beginning was the balance between characters and cases. The show is now in its 17th season, and almost all the original cast members are gone. Luckily for longtime fans, however, one actor from seasons past will be making a big return.
Nick Offerman had so many similarities to his Parks and Rec alter ego Ron Swanson that it could be hard to tell where Offerman ended and Ron began. One hobby that they had in common was woodworking, and Offerman used his carpentry skills to say goodbye to the show in a way that no one else possibly could.
As the creator of some of the most spinoff-ready dramas on TV like Law & Order and Chicago Fire, mega-producer Dick Wolf knows a thing or two about crossovers, and his newest NBC future-hit Chicago Justice will kick off with an appearance from a Law & Order character.
NBC has the fourth series in the franchise, Chicago Justice, in the works. This week, we learned that veteran actor Carl Weathers is going to join the cast.