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#6031

They announced plans for a show bringing back the original cast (whatever that means), but nothing happened with it. They’re doing another L&O spin-off though, about Hate Crimes.


#6032

For the people now completely desensitised by SVU who still want to feel bleak despair?


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#6043

Haha. Nope.


#6044

I’m not entirely sure they could employ two men I associate with cars less. It’ll be like watching two chimps work a telephone.


#6045

Flintoff is very associated with cars! He’s notably been done for speeding many times and wheedled his way out of driving bans for it about three times now.


#6046

This made me gafaw out loud. :joy:


#6047

The streaming network, which bowed the first 10 episodes of Season 1 in August, said the remaining 10 episodes will now premiere in 2019. A second season of 20 episodes has been ordered to roll out in 2020 and 2021.


#6048

What a wait.


#6049

Really. They may as well call that Season 2.


#6050

I mean, they do it for Voltron anyway.
Calling 6-8 episode chunks of, what in all likelihood started as, a 52 episode order is quite the racket.


#6051

They could call it season 2, but my guess is that it’s considered season 1 since it will conclude the storyline of the first 10 episodes. Then the official season 2 will be a new story arc. But who knows. The point is that there’s going to be at least 30 more episodes of the show over the next few years.


#6052

It’s a legal thing. People’s contracts say they get a raise each season, so you say it’s one big 20-episode season instead of two 10-episode seasons. It’s the same with the final seasons of Mad Men and The Sopranos.


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#6054

Well, no-one has manage to tell a good story about the Black Dahlia case, as far as I’m aware. Maybe this will be the first?

It looks well made and Pine is always worth watching.


#6055

Wasn’t there one about a decade back? No, wait - looked it up. There were about six of them! The Black Dahlia was an urban L.A. legend from my childhood. Such a fascinating case. Was there a connection to the Bradbury Building? (Nothing to do with Ray, he lived elsewhere.)