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In 2009 Fall Season, Law and Order, Law and Order SVU, NBC, Prison Break on 09/23/2009 at 2:25 pm

Law & Order: Special Victims Unit

It’s a big night for NBC!  What is arguably their most popular scripted show still on the air and definitely the most popular of the family, Law & OrderLaw & Order: Special Victims Unit is returning for its eleventh season this evening.  We’re interested to see if Leno’s lagging ratings get a bit of a bump from the SVU lead-in.

Here we’ve collected the few promotional trailers we’ve across this summer, including first looks at Prison Break‘s Wentworth Miller as a bad-boy cop and Christine Lahti as the new ADA with a bit of an attitude.  No look yet at Eric McCormack’s guest appearance yet, though.

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Law & Order: Special Victims Unit returns tonight, Wednesday September 23rd at 9pm on NBC.

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Check Out Wentworth Miller On Law & Order: SVU

In 2009 Fall Season, Law and Order SVU, NBC, Prison Break on 09/02/2009 at 1:22 pm

Law & Order: Special Victims Unit

To start off their 11th season, Law & Order: Special Victims Unit has enlisted Prison Break‘s Wentworth Miller.  He’ll guest star as a cop who comes across a rape victim while (literally) scaring the crap out of a meth head!  Sounds like fun.  Best part of the clip comes when Olivia gets a big old slap to the face!  Oh, the drama!

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The 11th season of Law & Order: Special Victims Unit premieres Wednesday September 23rd at 9pm on NBC.


Law & Order: SVU News Roundup

In 2009 Fall Season, Law and Order SVU, NBC, Prison Break on 06/30/2009 at 4:45 pm

Lot’s of news coming out of the Law & Order: Special Victims Unit camp the last few days. First off, what most already know, the show’s stars, Christopher Meloni and Mariska Hargitay, will be returning for the 11th season. Apparently negotions were long, tough, and drawn out.
Word was out near a month ago that Stephanie March will returning as ADA Cabot but we’ve now learned she’ll fill the spot only for 10 episodes. Preceeding her run will be a four episode arc by TV-vet Christine Lahti. No word yet on who will fill the remaining nine episodes but TV Guide seems to think they plan on casting a male for the part – a complete departure from the show’s usual young hot female ADA’s.
For awhile now, Law & Order: Special Victim Unit has been well known for it’s guest stars. In the past Cynthia Nixon, Martha Plimpton and Leslie Caron have all won awards for their guest roles while Robin Williams and Marcia Gay Hardon were also nominated. Last season, SVU’s tenth, saw guest stars ranging from Ellen Burstyn and Cicely Tyson to Hillary Duff, Luke Perry and Sarah Gilbert…Among many many others.
Word came today that Prison Break‘s Wentworth Miller will be the first guest star of the year, playing a cop that saves a rape victim. Buddy TV is guessing, and they’re probably right, that the character won’t be a one-sided good guy cop.
For lot’s of guest star teasing, check out L&O:SVU executive producer Neal Baer’s Twitter feed. He’s promising an Emmy winner for episode two and an Oscar winner for episode three.
The 11th season of Law & Order: Special Victims Unit kicks off with Miller on Wednesday September 23rd at 9pm.

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