Actor Anthony Edwards—currently appearing on Law & Order True Crime: The Menendez Murders but probably best known for his 14-year run on ER—has added his voice to the ever-growing number of celebrities coming forward with their stories of sexual harassment, abuse, and assault. In a painfully personal essay published to
Dick Wolf’s original Law & Order series spawned multiple spin-offs that, rather counterintuitively, proved most successful when they steered away from the flagship procedural drama’s format. The Special Victims Unit has spent 18 seasons delving into the detectives’ backstories as often as the victims’, while Criminal…
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Drew, CBS’ upcoming series in which beloved girl detective Nancy Drew is neither a girl nor a detective, has signed on ER’s Anthony Edwards to play Nancy’s father. CBS’ version of Nancy is an adult New York City cop (because that’s exactly what Carolyn Keene’s beloved series of books is all about), and TV Guide reports