Law & Order may Return as a Limited Series with Original Cast

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Law & Order may return as a limited series with original cast
NBC is considering ordering 10 new episodes of the Dick Wolf drama that ended in 2010 after 20 seasons, according to Deadline. If it does return, Law & Order could break the tie it has with Gunsmoke for longest-running primetime series. Deadline says NBC “has been exploring the possibility of re-assembling the cast from the early years of the series,” including Sam Waterston and Chris Noth.

NBC News boss addresses the “difficult few days for all of us at NBC News”
NBC News president Deborah Turness confirmed in a memo an investigation into Brian Williams, telling staff, “we have a team dedicated to gathering the facts to help us make sense of all that has transpired. We’re working on what the best next steps are – and when we have something to communicate we will of course share it with you.”

The Blacklist reuniting Pretty in Pink stars
Andrew McCarthy won’t appear on-screen with James Spader. Instead, he’s directing his Pretty in Pink, Less than Zero and Mannequin co-star over three episodes. McCarthy’s directorial debut airs next week.

Silicon Valley unveils its Season 2 trailer
“On April 12, this sh-t gets real,” says the new promo for the Mike Judge comedy.