Law and Order For The Defense Scrapped BY NBC

Law and Order For The Defense is a TV series that portrays criminal cases from the defense’s point of view. The series aired every Thursday night and had a good fan base. The “Law & Order” franchise has been a hit with the audience since the time of its airing time. The television show dominated the rating charts and was a success for NBC. The latest we hear is that the Law & Order: For the Defense has been scrapped by NBC. The show starred James Spader in the lead role. According to official reports, The Blacklist will move from Fridays to Thursdays and will air on the 8 pm timeslot.

Law and Order For The Defense Plot

Law and Order followed crime cases. It was an action-packed thrilling crime show. The plot of the show takes a new turn when a key witness in a murder trial is seen dead in her hotel room. This is when the detectives get involved in a case and it unravels into a conspiracy. Wolf and Carol Mendelsohn‘s spinoff series received an overwhelming response from the audience. The series was ordered in early May. The series is based on a criminal defense firm.  According to reports NBC, Wolf, and Universal Television are making a new series set that is within the franchise’s universe. This show is not expected to focus on legal issues and will be a series of different genres.

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Christopher Melono Statement about the Law and Order for the Defense

It seems like the planning for scrapping the show was planned way before July. The Organized Crime star Christopher Meloni shared his thoughts about the show in May. He shared that he had heard “rumor” about Law and Order For the defense might be a perfect offshoot for Wheatley and he will weasel out of taking a part in the ‘Organized Crime series.

Meloni continued, “That’s just a rumor, so I can’t confirm or deny. But I actually just was discussing with the showrunner, Ilene Chaiken, getting together over shrimp and whiskey and figuring out where we go from here. We’re just so thoroughly focused and entrenched in getting these first eight done and hammering out 108, which will be the last of this particular series. It’s just, all hands are on deck right now.”

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Which series will be replacing Law and Order For the Defense?

The Blacklist will be replacing the series and will air every Thursday at 8 pm. The Blacklist aired on Fridays and will now be airing on Thursdays. The Blacklist is an American crime thriller television series. The thriller series premiered on NBC on September 23, 2013. The series has released multiple seasons already and became an instant success with the audience.  The series follows the story of the character of Raymond “Red” Reddington played by James Spader.  The lead character of the series is a former US Navy officer. He turns into a high-profile criminal. He voluntarily surrenders to the FBI after running away for decades.

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