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Breaking: NBC Axes Law & Order: LA, The Event and Outsourced

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Don’t try to tell anyone at The EventLaw & Order: L.A., and Outsourced that it’s silly to be scared of Friday the 13th: NBC cancelled all three shows today. READ MORE


TVLine Items: HBO Eyes Olivia Munn, GH Stages an Intervention, and Other TV News to Know

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Aaron Sorkin’s buzzy HBO pilot, More as This Story Develops, is putting the finishing touches on one helluva impressive ensemble. …READ MORE


TVLine Items: SNL Goes Gaga, New Dallas Adds Two More Vets, and Other TV News to Know

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First Justin Timberlake, now Lady Gaga?! ‘Tis true, the pop phenom will serve as musical guest when the Social Network star hosts the Saturday Night Live season finale on May 21. READ MORE


TVLine Items: LOLA Lands Prison Break Baddie, Office Scoops, and Other TV News to Know

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Former Prison Break (very) bad girl Jodi Lyn O’Keefe just may be up to her old tricks. The brunette beauty will play a “central role” in an upcoming episode of NBC’s revamped Law & Order: LA …READ MORE


Ratings: Chuck Spies All-Time Low, LOLA Drops

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Well Chuck a duck – NBC’s spy dramedy returned to action this Monday with barely 4 million total viewers and dropped 13 percent to a new all-time low demo rating of 1.3. Your mission moving forward, series boss Josh Schwartz says … READ MORE


Alana De La Garza Hopes Law & Order: LA Role Will Give 'Mothership' Fans a Little Closure

LAW & ORDER: LOS ANGELES -- "Silver Lake" Episode 115 -- Pictured: (l-r) Alana De La Garza as Deputy D.A. Connie Rubirosa, Terrence Howard as Deputy D.A. Jonah "Joe" Dekker -- Photo by: Justin Lubin/NBC

Much is new with NBC’s Law & Order: LA as it returns from a revamp-induced hiatus this Monday at 9/8c. Skeet Ulrich soon will be out, while Alfred Molina‘s Morales is switching jobs, from Deputy DA to detective. But the freshman procedural is also adding a touch of the “familiar” by having Law & Order alum Alana de la Garza reprise her role of ADA Connie Rubirosa.

Might the return of this friendly (and rather telegenic) face help give fans of the abruptly ended “mothership” a hint of closure that they never got last spring? De la Garza hopes so, as she shared during her TVLine Q&A. READ MORE


Dick Wolf on Law & Order: LA's 'Bold' Revamp: 'The Proof Is In the Pudding' – Will You Watch?

LAW & ORDER: LA -- Pictured: (l-r) Alfred Molina as Det. Ricardo Morales, Terrence Howard as Deputy District Attorney Jonah "Joe" Dekker -- Photo by: Chris Haston/NBC

When NBC’s Law & Order: LA resumes its freshman run Monday at 9/8c, the look and feel will be so different, “I’d almost call it Law & Order: LA 2.0,” says franchise boss Dick Wolf. In fact, Wolf deems the double episodes airing next week “better than anything we did in the first 13…. Frankly, the proof is in the pudding.”

What all has changed? More like: What hasn’t? In the first new hour, Skeet Ulrich’s Detective Rex Winters is … READ MORE


Matt's Inside Line: Scoop on Grey's, Sons of Anarchy, House, Modern Family and More

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Got the Monday blahs? Let’s see if I can perk up the start of your week with a flurry of scoops, teases and sound bites from some of TV’s hottest shows and stars. READ MORE


Law & Order Beauty Makes Move To Los Angeles Spin-off

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Pack your sunblock, Connie Rubirosa, because you’re heading to Los Angeles.

Law & Order alumna Alana De La Garza has joined the cast of NBC’s Law & Order: LA, which is currently undergoing a revamp.

De La Garza will play … READ MORE


NBC Sked Shakeup: Parenthood Moves, Parks and Rec Returns, and More!

NBC just announced a slew of midseason scheduling changes (in addition to a sixth season pickup for 30 Rock). Here’s the most important stuff.

· New superhero series The Cape will premiere with a two-hour episode on Sunday, Jan. 9 before moving into its regular Monday-9 p.m. time period the following week. Rookie drama The Event returns on Feb. 28.

· David E. Kelley’s latest legal drama, Harry’s Law, replaces ratings-challenged action thriller Chase Mondays at 10 p.m. beginning Jan. 17. Chase will relocate to Wednesdays-at-9, where it will lead into Law & Order: SVU (now at 10 p.m.).

· Parenthood will shift to Mondays at 10 p.m. (replacing Harry’s Law) beginning March 7.

· Law & Order: Los Angeles will assume Parenthood’s Tuesday perch beginning Feb. 8.

· As first reported by EW, the Peacock is going with an all-comedy lineup on Thursdays beginning Jan. 20. Community will continue to kick off the night at 8 p.m., followed by the new sitcom Perfect Couples at 8:30, The Office at 9, the return of Parks and Recreation (woo-hoo!) at 9:30, just-renewed 30 Rock at 10, and Outsourced at 10:30.

· The second season of The Marriage Ref will launch on Sunday, March 6, where it will lead into a new cycle of Celebrity Apprentice.

This story originally appeared on Movieline.com.