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On January 10, 2010, NBC programming chief Angela Bromstad announced at the winter TCA Press Tour that the network was in talks with Dick Wolf about producing a new series, entitled Law & Order: Los Angeles, and indicated that NBC was seeking to hire writers for a pilot. NBC confirmed the new series order on May 14, 2010.
Reports in early May suggested that NBC had made the decision to pick up Law & Order: Los Angeles with a 13-episode order for fall 2010, having brought Brotherhood creator Blake Masters on board to co-create the new series set in Los Angeles with Wolf. René Balcer will serve as showrunner on the new Los Angeles series and will executive produce alongside the project’s writer Blake Masters, Wolf and Peter Jankowski.
The fall timeslot for Law & Order: Los Angeles will be Wednesdays at 10:00 P.M. (Eastern) on NBC, which was the time slot for the original series for most of its run.
On June 11, 2010; Michael Ausiello posted the character profiles for the characters of Law & Order: Los Angeles along with the Armchair Casting Director’s suggestions on the actors portraying them.
The series will be the second series in "Law & Order" franchise (the first being Law & Order: UK) to take place outside of New York, and the sixth series in the franchise. From Dick Wolf, comes a foray into the glitz, glamour and guilt of Los Angeles. From the tony Beverly Hills to the seedy side of Hollywood, LAPD's elite Robbery Homicide Division is on the case. Fusing classic ripped-from-the-headlines storytelling with the backdrop of LA, the series delves into the high-profile crimes of the West Coast.