NBC is reportedly delaying the return of Law and Order: Los Angeles in order to allow the crime/legal drama more time to reboot itself following last week’s announcement that three actors were to leave the show.
Entertainment Weekly are reporting that Law and Order: Los Angeles will not be immediately returning to NBC. According to the report NBC are delaying the return of the crime/legal drama in order to give the spin-off more time to complete its reboot. Last week it was announced that actors Skeet Ulrich, Regina Hall and Megan Boone were all leaving the drama in a creative re-jig. It was also revealed that Alfred Molina’s character will replace Ulrich’s as a detective on Law and Order: Los Angeles (his character is currently a district attorney) while Terence Howard will now appear in all episodes as Jonah Dekker. A date for Law and Order: Los Angeles’ return has not yet been determined according to EW.