NBC Readies a Chicago Fire Spinoff


 
Freshman NBC series Chicago Fire, helmed by Dick Wolf, may be getting a spinoff according to Deadline. So far, there are no major details for the proposed series, except it will be a procedural if given the green light and center on the Chicago Police Department.

Wolf is no stranger to procedurals and spinoffs. The executive producer is the mastermind behind Law & Order, which created two huge crime dramas under the same umbrella, Law & Order: Special Victims Unit and Law & Order: Criminal Intent.

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Will Judge Victoria Rowell Throw The Book at Someone on Law & Order: SVU?

 


Outspoken ex-soap diva Victoria Rowell is back on TV. Rowell has landed a guest spot on NBC's long-running procedural Law & Order: Special Victims Unit. The actress will play a judge in a case that seems to be a slam dunk, but isn't. Look for Rowell's episode to air on Jan. 30.

Former Young and Restless Actress Yvonne Zima to Guest on Law & Order: SVU


Ex-The Young and the Restless thespian Yvonne Zima is taking her skills to primetime. Zima has landed a guest spot on Law & Order: Special Victims Unit. The soap alum will play a rape victim who is arrested for the murder of her ex-boyfriend. Look for Zima's episode to air Jan. 16.

Law & Order: Special Victims Unit airs Wednesdays at 9 PM EST on NBC.

From Dinner Parties to Sex Crimes: Martha Stewart to Appear on Law & Order: SVU!


Is Martha Stewart trading in place settings to investigate scripted sex crimes? Well, not quite. TV Guide.com is reporting, however, the lifestyle mogul is set to guest star on Law & Order: Special Victims Unit. Stewart will play a headmistress at a private school.