Law & Order: Special Victims Unit
Freshman NBC series Chicago Fire, helmed by Dick Wolf, may be getting a spinoff according to Deadline. So far, there are no major details for the proposed series, except it will be a procedural if given the green light and center on the Chicago Police Department.
Wolf is no stranger to procedurals and spinoffs. The executive producer is the mastermind behind Law & Order, which created two huge crime dramas under the same umbrella, Law & Order: Special Victims Unit and Law & Order: Criminal Intent.
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Ex-The Young and the Restless thespian Yvonne Zima is taking her skills to primetime. Zima has landed a guest spot on Law & Order: Special Victims Unit. The soap alum will play a rape victim who is arrested for the murder of her ex-boyfriend. Look for Zima's episode to air Jan. 16.
Law & Order: Special Victims Unit airs Wednesdays at 9 PM EST on NBC.
Just what heinous crimes will Mark Consuelos be (allegedly) committing on primetime TV? TV Guide Magazine is reporting the All My Children alum has landed a guest spot on Law and Order: SVU. Consuelos will play a possible suspect in a rape case dealing with sailors during Fleet Week. No word on when Consuelos' air date is slated.
Law and Order: SVU returns at 10 pm EST, April 11 on NBC.
The Young and the Restless’ Tatyana Ali and All My Children’s Emerson Brooks took home Outstanding Actress and Outstanding Actor awards at the 2012 NAACP Image Awards on February 17. It was also a big night for The Help, which won Outstanding Motion Picture and earned awards for Viola Davis and Octavia Spencer in Outstanding Actress and Outstanding Supporting Actress respectively.
Law & Order: Special Victims Unit and Tyler Perry’s House of Paynewon in the drama and comedy categories. Oprah’s Lifeclass beat out the competition for Outstanding Talk Series. For the full list of 2012 NAACP Image Award winners visit Zap2it. See more photos from the award show after the jump!