Law & Order: SVU


A Selection of 'Game of Thrones' Spinoffs from 'Saturday Night Live'

A Selection of ‘Game of Thrones’ Spinoffs from ‘Saturday Night Live’

This past weekend on season 44 of Saturday Night Live, viewers were treated to a selection of possible Game of Thrones spinoff series HBO might be interested in. These range from the soap opera drama Castle Black, a Daria-inspired animated series called Arya all about everyone’s favorite murder child, The Queen of Kings Landing, No Ballers, and our personal favorite, Game of Thrones: […]

NBC Gives Dick Wolf’s ‘Law & Order: Hate Crimes” 13-Episode Series Order

Looks like it’s time to blow the dust off the old “chung-chung” sound effects machine one more time, with NBC making a 13-episode commitment to a new Law & Order series from L&O guru Dick Wolf and former Law & Order: SVU showrunner Warren Leight titled Law & Order: Hate Crimes. The fictional police unit is expected […]


YouTube Premium Orders Female Friendship Series ‘Kat & June Think Stuff!’

Building off of the breakout success of their Karate Kid spinoff series Cobra Kai, YouTube Premium (previously YouTube Red) continues bolstering its original scripted programming with Kat & June Think Stuff! (working title) from AwesomenessTV.  Created/written by Mackenzie Yeager (Girl Meets World, All Night) and with Jen Braeden (Awkward, Girl Boss) serving as co-showrunner, the six-episode, […]


The Weekly Static Interviews: Patrick Fischler of Happy! and Twin Peaks

While I was getting myself acquainted with Patrick Fischler‘s filmography, one thing came to mind pretty quickly: he’s clearly an actor who refuses to be typecast, with a versatility to his craft that’s made that possible. Fischler is definitely not a stranger to genre films and television, with 2017 being a particularly strong year for […]

Happy! Season 1, Episode 1 Recap: “Less Paperwork if He’s Dead.”

After months of promotion and a slight scheduling setback that pushed the series from a September to a December premiere, Syfy dropped the first episode of their series adaptation of Grant Morrison and Darick Robertson‘s  Happy!… and Bleeding Cool‘s here with your live blog recap of ‘Saint Nick.’ My Happy! live-blogs and recaps are less “formal reviews” and more of a “rev-ap”-type […]

Happy!: Join Bleeding Cool’s Live-Blog of Syfy’s New Dramedy Series

Fans of Grant Morrison/Darick Robertson‘s Happy!, the time has come! After months of promotion and a slight scheduling setback that pushed the series from a September to a December premiere, Syfy drops the first episode of their graphic novel adaptation Wednesday night…and Bleeding Cool‘s there for ‘ya! Join me tonight and every Wednesday night at […]

Sam Waterston

Sam Waterston To Return To Law & Order Franchise

Let’s face it, Law & Order was once a freaking juggernaut with the main series, Law & Order: SVU, Law & Order: Criminal Intent, Law & Order: Los Angeles, Law & Order: UK and Law & Order: Trial By Jury plus the upcoming Law & Order: True Crime. And one of the most recognizable faces […]

Brooke Shields

Brooke Shields Joins ‘Law & Order: SVU’ In Recurring Role

Earlier this month, Law & Order: SVU added Philip Winchester to play Pete Stone, assistant district attorney and son of former ADA Ben Stone (Michael Moriarty), who was a regular in the early years of Law & Order. The changes to the show continue as word now is the veteran NBC series, going into its […]

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Franchises Collide As Philip Winchester Joins ‘Law & Order: SVU’

NBC ran for years on the Law & Order franchise. The Dick Wolf-created property expanded out into multiple spinoffs, including Law & Order: SVU and Law & Order: Criminal Intent. When that show started to wane and finally pare down to just SVU, Wolf created Chicago Fire for NBC which lead to multiple spinoffs including […]

Daniel Cerone Updates Us On Constantine

Executive producer Daniel Cerone has given us a brief update on the fate of the NBC series Constantine. A second season for the show will be pitched to the network executives at the end of April. Which means that we should know the finale fate of the Vertigo adapted series sometime in May.   End […]