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December 4, 2004 | From a Times staff writer
Michael Imperioli, who won an Emmy for his work on "The Sopranos," will temporarily join NBC's "Law & Order" to replace Jesse L. Martin while he is off making the film version of the musical "Rent." Imperioli will appear in the final few episodes of the drama this season, playing a detective who is the nephew of the character portrayed by Dennis Farina. Martin, who is in his sixth season as Det. Ed Green, will be back in the fall, executive producer Dick Wolf said.
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July 27, 2005 | From Associated Press
"Law & Order" creator Dick Wolf said he was jolted by NBC's cancellation of the fourth installment of his crime drama, but looks forward to producing another series for the network. Wolf suffered an unusual setback when NBC dumped "Law & Order: Trial by Jury," which debuted last spring. "I was incredibly upset, disappointed, dismayed, any other adjectives that you could care to add," Wolf said. "Trial by Jury" lost star Jerry Orbach to cancer shortly after production started.
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December 7, 1994 | GREG BRAXTON, TIMES STAFF WRITER
There is finally justice for "Law & Order." It's not like the NBC crime series has ever had any trouble arresting viewers or critics. "Law & Order" has consistently drawn high praise and significant ratings since its debut in 1990. But the show has frequently been in the shadow of other crime dramas, seldom generating blaring headlines or magazine cover-grabbing controversies earned by that other New York police show "NYPD Blue," or by "L.A.
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December 4, 2004 | From a Times staff writer
Michael Imperioli, who won an Emmy for his work on "The Sopranos," will temporarily join NBC's "Law & Order" to replace Jesse L. Martin while he is off making the film version of the musical "Rent." Imperioli will appear in the final few episodes of the drama this season, playing a detective who is the nephew of the character portrayed by Dennis Farina. Martin, who is in his sixth season as Det. Ed Green, will be back in the fall, executive producer Dick Wolf said.
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July 27, 2005 | From Associated Press
"Law & Order" creator Dick Wolf said he was jolted by NBC's cancellation of the fourth installment of his crime drama, but looks forward to producing another series for the network. Wolf suffered an unusual setback when NBC dumped "Law & Order: Trial by Jury," which debuted last spring. "I was incredibly upset, disappointed, dismayed, any other adjectives that you could care to add," Wolf said. "Trial by Jury" lost star Jerry Orbach to cancer shortly after production started.
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December 7, 1994 | GREG BRAXTON, TIMES STAFF WRITER
There is finally justice for "Law & Order." It's not like the NBC crime series has ever had any trouble arresting viewers or critics. "Law & Order" has consistently drawn high praise and significant ratings since its debut in 1990. But the show has frequently been in the shadow of other crime dramas, seldom generating blaring headlines or magazine cover-grabbing controversies earned by that other New York police show "NYPD Blue," or by "L.A.
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