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Why does the TV show Law & order use same actors all the time?

by Ratan Srivastava
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Law & order

Law & Order is indeed an American television franchise established by Dick Wolf as well as produced by Wolf Entertainment. They generally deal with just some part of the criminal justice system and then were initially shown on NBC. Over 1,000 hours of programming is made up of both the original series, with multiple spin-offs, the TV feature, and crossover episodes from those other shows.

The linking connections across the series, such as Hudson University and the New York Ledger tabloid newspaper, are shared characters as well as resources inside a common fictitious context. Several supporting characters appear in both programmes, including district attorneys, psychologists, as well as medical examiners. Crossovers of primary characters or common storylines between two of the series happen from time to time.

A few big characters have also left the cast of one franchise show to join the cast of another. The shows’ music, style, and credits are generally consistent, with Steven Zirnkilton providing the narration in each series’ introduction. Mike Post produced the classic “dun, dun” sound effect of such a jail cell locking, as well as the theme tunes for the episodes. Past episodes of such American series are available on local over-the-air stations as well as cable channels like USA Network as well as Bravo TNT, WGN America, Ion Television, and AMC Networks’ SundanceTV and WeTV, which broadcast episodes up to 6 times a day.

Warren Leight, showrunner/executive producer of Law & Order: Special Victims Unit, remarked of the brand’s future in October 2012, “Sometimes people speculate about where (the franchise) could still go in broad terms. I’m interested in seeing if there will be another iteration there in future “he declares “We work hard to maintain a high level of quality, that I believe must be why the series did so well in reruns. And I’d like to believe that there is, in some way, room for yet another generation.”

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