Oct 21,2014

The Walking Dead’s Chad Coleman Tapped for SVU’s NFL Violence Episode

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Law & Order: SVU is tackling the issue of domestic violence in professional sports with a little help from a Walking Dead favorite.

Chad Coleman — better known to TWD fans as Tyreese Williams — will guest-star on the NBC procedural’s Nov. 19 episode, titled “Spousal Privilege,” playing a football player-turned-reporter who is caught abusing his ex-girlfriend on camera. The twist? Both he and his victim want to “keep the charges under the radar.”

Meagan Good (Deception) will also guest-star as Coleman’s character’s ex-girlfriend.

“Domestic violence, with a push from Mariska Hargitay’s NO MORE campaign, has recently sparked a long-needed national dialogue,” showrunner Warren Leight said in a statement. “‘Spousal Privilege’ explores the personal and legal complexities of this intractable problem. We are thrilled that Chad and Meagan are joining us to take on this challenging episode.”


Oct 19,2014

16×6 “Glassgownman’s Warth” Episode Synopsis

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Best friends Perry Gilbert (guest star Chloe Csengery) and Mia Harris (guest star Mina Sundwall) sneak into the woods with Mia’s young sister Zoe (guest star Oona Laurence) in tow. Their search for the mythical Glasgowman leads to a series of violent events, leaving Zoe gravely injured and the other girls missing. While Detectives Rollins (Kelli Giddish) and Carisi (Peter Scanavino) work to locate the suspect, Sgt. Benson (Mariska Hargitay) digs through the stories to distinguish fantasy from reality. Also starring Danny Pino (Detective Nick Amaro). Also guest starring Will Harris (Charlie Dorsey), Griffin Matthews (Leslie Connolly), Jeanine Bartel (Barbara Gilbert), Tricia Paoluccio (Robin Thornhill) and Stephanie Kurtzuba (Joan Harris).

Oct 15,2014

Mega Buzz: Scoop on what’s coming up for Amaro.

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I’m so glad that Amaro is back on the squad on Law & Order: SVU! What’s coming up for him? — Whitney
It’s still pretty unclear exactly what’s going on between he and Rollins these days. But while most of the squad is oblivious to the underlying tension between them, their personal connection could cost them dearly when a dangerous, highly emotional suspect starts to develop feelings for Rollins but begins to suspect something is going on between her and Nick. Uh-oh!


Oct 10,2014

Spoiler Room: Scoop on ‘SVU’

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What’s going on with baby Noah on Law & Order: SVU? —Robert
The closing scene from this week’s episode was pretty ominous, right? But baby Noah’s condition is not nearly as scary as the predicament Rollins and Amaro find themselves in when a sociopathic boy takes a class of students hostage and they end up on the wrong end of his gun. Suffice it to say, they don’t make a great first impression on the new deputy chief William Dodds (Peter Gallagher), who will definitely rub you—and Olivia—the wrong way.


Oct 03,2014

16×5 “Pornstar’s Requiem” Episode Synopsis

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Evie Barnes (guest star Hannah Marks) answers a modeling ad hoping to make some cash for tuition, but the job quickly spirals into online pornography. When her classmates discover her double life, they cross the boundary between fiction and reality. Even though she’s not the one on trial, Evie is forced to prove her innocence in court. Starring Mariska Hargitay (Sgt. Olivia Benson), Ice-T (Det. Odafin Tutuola), Kelli Giddish (Det. Amanda Rollins) and Raúl Esparza (ADA Rafael Barba). Also guest starring Peter Scanavino (Det. Sonny Carisi), Peter Gallagher (Deputy Chief William Dodds), Delaney Williams (Counselor John Buchanan), Casey Brown (Matt Cooper), Max Ehrich (Daniel Pryor), Harry Zittel (Justin Adams) and Richard T. Jones (Judge Oscar Briggs).

Sep 30,2014

Sophia Bush: Law & Order: SVU, Chicago Fire and Chicago P.D. Crossover Is “Very Personal” to Lindsay

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NBC is staging a three-way crossover for Law & Order: SVU, Chicago Fire and Chicago P.D., TVGuide.com has learned.

The episodes, to air Nov. 11 and Nov. 12, will share a story line about a child pornography ring that will begin on Chicago Fire (Tuesday, 10/9c) that then teams the P.D. squad to the New York City-based SVU investigators the following night (9/8c). Then, the SVU team travels to Chicago for the final hour of the event at 10/9c.

“It’s really representative of what we’re finding happening in the country more and more, that these organizations that we want to dismantle move across borders, they move state-to-state, and it takes a lot of people to cut off all the heads on this particular monster,” Sophia Bush told TVGuide.com Monday. “It’s a very personal story for Lindsay because it taps into her family and her childhood in a way that I don’t think the audience will expect.”

Bush’s character, Lindsay, along with Halstead (Jesse Lee Soffer) and Voight (Jason Beghe), will appear on SVU. Rollins (Kelli Giddish), Amaro (Danny Pino) and Benson (Mariska Hargitay) will appear on P.D. However, no one from SVU will appear on Fire.

“It’s a crazy collaboration process because it’s one thing to cross over two shows. It’s a whole other thing when you add SVU into it too,” Chicago Fire and P.D. executive producer Michael Brandt said. Also making things complicated is the fact that the Chicago Fire and Chicago P.D. writers rooms are based in Los Angeles, while the SVU writers room is based in New York. “The logistics of making this work have been tough, but SVU sent a writer to Los Angeles to sit with us for awhile, and we all broke the stories together,” Brandt said.

Although this is the first three-parter, this is hardly the first crossover between the three shows. SVU and P.D. crossed over twice last season when Det. Lindsay traveled to New York, and when Rollins and Fin (Ice-T) traveled to Chicago, and P.D. and Fire have crossed over quite a bit.

“We wanted to figure out a way to create a crime that connects all three shows. Warren Leight (SVU), Matt Olmstead (Chicago Fire and P.D.) and I came up with a story that was big and unique enough to transit to all three,” Dick Wolf, who executive-produces all three series, said in a statement.

Brandt said that NBC first came calling about new possible crossovers after last April’s successful Chicago Fire and P.D. two-parter, which revolved around the bombing of a hospital, and the subsequent investigation of who was behind it. “NBC was asking for more ideas on how another one might work, and Dick, of course, was pushing really hard on figuring out with NBC how to make it work for all the shows, and financially, and all those kind of details,” Brandt said. “Dick is always looking for ways to cross over the shows, to promote the shows, to make everything bigger. These truly are his children, and we take his guidance. He’s always thinking outside the box, and this is another example of that.”

And it definitely won’t be the last. Brandt said talks of another major crossover event for next year are already in the works. “For all I know, there might be a C.P.D-SVU crossover again so we’ll see but there’s definitely going to be a Fire-C.P.D. crossover in the second half of the year,” Brandt said.

Are you excited for the crossover event?