If you’re one of the few million who enjoyed watching Law & Order: Los Angeles, you will still be able to see one of the drama’s stars on NBC.
Alfred Molina has signed on for a multi-episode arc on Harry’s Law. He’ll play Eric Sanders, a man who’s been accused of murdering his wife. Despite admitting that he’s unhappy in his marriage and had a dream about killing her, Molina’s character maintains his innocence.
Molina will first appear in the season two premiere of Harry’s Law when the show returns on Wednesday, September 21st.
The last original episode of Molina’s Law & Order: Los Angeles is set to air this Monday night, though it wasn’t the last one produced. As you may recall, NBC put the Dick Wolf series on hiatus so it could be reworked to try to get better ratings. When the drama returned in April, NBC started running the later episodes and still had a few unaired installments leftover from before the shake-up. The last of those airs on Monday.
What do you think? Would you like to see Molina become a series regular on Harry’s Law if it was handled well?
I liked this show a lot. Been a gap since the original disappeared. I love the cast and the way it sticks to the original formula. They really should give it a second chance. I think it would pay off.
Sure! love Harry’s law!
Alfred Molina would be an asset to Harry’s Law and add a new personality to the show. He’s an accalimed actor that deserves to be in the spotlight.
I really liked this show, especially the performances of Alfred Molina. But it was confusing when, they yanked it, it came back, one of the detectives was killed, Molina’s character went back to BEING a detective (really? at his age?), and then, the guy that was killed was back from the dead! Shame on NBC for not having more confidence. Stop worrying if the 19 year olds are watching. I dont understand why you pay to produce scripted shows at all, if you won’t give them a chance. Besides, SVU is way past its sell date, and THAT didn’t get… Read more »
Yes. But still, this show is already lucky. But we’ll see if the ratings come up.