Today's Fall 2010 television upfront coverage from The Hollywood Reporter and network press releases, focusing on suspense and crime dramas.
As mentioned yesterday, the possibility that Law & Order may be canceled by NBC has become a reality. But the network did renew Law & Order: SVU and has picked up a new franchise entry, Law & Order: Los Angeles. (News item)
NBC wraps up its new series orders with Outlaw (formerly Garza), starring Jimmy Smits as a Supreme Court judge who quits the bench to return to private practice; and another legal drama, Harry's Law with Kathy Bates. (News item)
TNT has given a 10-episode order to Franklin & Bash, a legal "buddy" series starring Mark-Paul Gosselaar and Breckin Meyer. (News item)
ABC has ordered the forensic procedural Body of Proof, with Dana Delany as a brilliant medical examiner who solves crimes. (News item) The network also canceled FlashForward, based on the novel of the same name by Robert J. Sawyer. (News item)
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