Review of Law & Order: LA

60 minutes

In the City of Angels the completely unscrupulous live among the rich and famous celebrities. It has been said that in Los Angeles, you can get away with murder if you have enough money and the right legal team. Dick Wolf guides us through the glitz, glamor, and gulit of L.A. from Hollywood to Beverly Hills with Los Angeles Robbery homicide division.
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Nov 20, 2019 8:12PM EST

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This entry in the venerable Dick Wolf-produced `Law & Order' franchise mixes things up by taking the show's tried-and-true formula out of New York and moving it to Los Angeles. I was really looking forward to this new version of the L&O series. Sad that is was cancelled so quickly. The detectives have great chemistry and the same is said for the DA's. The show is well written, acted, and laid out. I did like the setting of Los Angeles, because it left open many ideas for shows. This L&O seems to get back to the basics, where you see the police part, as well as the court room part -- whereas other L&O focus more on the police part.


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