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Law and Order

One of the most popular series on television today is NBC’s Law and Order. It is the longest-running crime series and the second longest-running drama series in the history of television. Law and Order first aired in 1990 and was created by Dick Wolf. The series has also got a record 11 Emmy nominations over the years and won an Emmy in 1997. Law and Order now has two other spin-offs; Law and Order: Criminal Intent and Law and Order: Special Victims Unit. It is now syndicated and can be found on other networks such as TNT and USA.

The show involves a team of detectives in New York City and a team of lawyers from the District Attorney’s office. Often the first half involves the discovery and investigation of the crime whereas the latter half moves to the court and trial. Different complex and multi-faceted cases are covered in the series every season. This theme is found in all three of the Law and Order series. The actors in the series have changed over the years and many feel that this has contributed a lot to the success of the series and helped retain its freshness to this day. Jerry Orbach who played Detective Lennie Briscoe from 1992 to 2004 is the longest –serving actor to date.

S Epatha Merkerson as Lieutenant Anita Van Buren and Sam Waterston as Executive Assistant District Attorney Jack McCoy are the other actors who have been associated with the show for a long time. Even the theme music is the same for all the versions. Though the show claims that there is no resemblance to any living persons or actual incidents, the show has often been accused of fictionalizing real events. It is estimated that the series fetches annual revenue of about $1 billion. There has also been a Law and Order movie and the different seasons are available on DVD. Video games based on this series are also available.

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