'Law & Order' Moves Back To Wednesdays Dick Wolf created the longest-running drama on network TV, Law & Order. NBC is moving the procedural back to Wednesday's 'Crime Time' after it opened to a poor showing on Friday nights this year.
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'Law & Order' Moves Back To Wednesdays

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'Law & Order' Moves Back To Wednesdays

'Law & Order' Moves Back To Wednesdays

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Dick Wolf grew up reading The Hardy Boys and other crime procedurals; he got his start in TV writing for Hill Street Blues. Neilson Barnard/Getty Images hide caption

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Dick Wolf grew up reading The Hardy Boys and other crime procedurals; he got his start in TV writing for Hill Street Blues.

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