NBC cancels ‘Law & Order: Los Angeles’

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NBC has canceled ‘Law and Order: Los Angeles,’ sources close to the show said.

Things hadn’t been looking so sunny for the series. The network placed ‘LOLA’ on hiatus after eight episodes in order for the latest spin-off in the “Law & Order” franchise to undergo a creative revamp, which meant doing away with actors Skeet Ulrich, Regina Hall and Megan Boone, and making Terrence Howard a regular on the show. But despite the changes, ratings failed to pick up steam.

NBC will unveil its fall schedule during a presentation Monday in New York.



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