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Law & Order is one of those shows that have made it many years. This series is still making new episodes. When watching this show for the first time you will be able to immediately tell if it is something you would like or not. This show is about law enforcement individuals who solve everyday crimes. The actors in this show take their job very seriously and handle every crime as if it were happening in real life. They do all different kinds of crime scenarios on this television series. Some of the episodes are related to the special victims unit and others relate to criminal intent. They have kept the same actors throughout the series for the most part. This show is a show for the older crowd since it is rated TV-14. On Law & Order you will notice that almost every scenario can relate to something that can truly occur in real life. The category it is placed under is Drama. It has won many awards throughout the years for how great the show has been.

When deciding if this show is for you keep in mind many things. One thing is how graphic it can be. Some people cannot handle hearing about murders or sexual crimes. That is one reason the show is rated what it is and also why it is considered a drama. So next time you are flipping through the channels and see that it is on maybe you will decide to give it a chance!

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20 Seasons, 462 Episodes - Canceled/Ended
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Law & Order Full Episode Guide

  • A terrorist threatens students.

  • A reality TV crew finds a dead body locked in a dog cage.

  • A man's double life is discovered after he is stabbed to death.

  • When a young heiress dies of an apparent drug overdose, Lupo and Bernard begin to suspect her cousin, whose inheritance increased after her death.

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Supreme Court Says Aere-No to Aereo, Dooms Popular Broadcast DVR Service

It's official: The Supreme Court of the United States says you can't DVR broadcast TV. At least, you can't do it through Aereo, the cloud-based DVR service that has been the center of a major legal battle against broadcasters. That legal battle all but ended today after the Supreme Court issued a 6-3 ruling in favor of broadcasters, saying that Aereo violates copyright agreements in its current form. Aereo provides users with a small antenna that takes in and records digital feeds from local broadcast networks like CBS, NBC and ABC, and then uploads the shows that users record for viewing on mobile devices, computers or media players like the Roku.

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Law & Order's Dennis Farina Dies

Dennis Farina, the 69-year-old actor who had portrayed Detective Joe Fontana on the TV series "Law & Order," passed away on Monday. According to his publicist, Farina suffered a blood clot in his lung. Farina was born in Chicago in 1949, and he served on the city's police department for 18 years, from 1967 to 1985. His early roles as an actor, however, were on the other side of the law; he played mobsters in the films "Midnight Run" and "Get Shorty," as well as in TV's "Miami Vice.

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