TV Highlights: Law & Order Brings Back a Favorite

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Waterston returns to Law & Order

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Sam Waterston will reprise his role as Jack McCoy on NBC’s Law & Order revival. Waterston, 81, starred in 16 of the original 20 seasons of the show, which ran from 1990 to 2010. He will appear alongside Anthony Anderson, Hugh Dancy, Jeffrey Donovan, Camryn Manheim and Odelya Halevi. The show debuts season 21 on February 24.

The Crown ends production early

The Crown has wrapped up production for the holidays after multiple people tested positive for COVID. The British publication The Daily Mail suggests that eight members of the crew were affected. “The Crown finished filming a day earlier than planned for the Christmas break after some positive cases within the team,” a spokesperson for the show told Variety, “thus ensuring the safety of others and for everyone in the production. they can enjoy a holiday break with their loved ones. some. “Season 5 production resumes in early January.

Joan Collins cites the age discrimination of the dynasty

Joan Collins says she experienced age discrimination when she starred in Dynasty and recalled the tension on set with her co-star John Forsythe. “I was 40 when I got the part, Linda (Evans) was 30 and John 62, but the press talked about us as older women and never mentioned John’s age. There was so much age discrimination in Hollywood so I brought it up in interviews and Mr. Forsythe didn’t like it, ”Collins said during a taping of The Graham Norton Show.

“Then when I accepted the People’s Choice award before he could, he refused to speak and left the stage. He didn’t speak to me for a whole season after that and when I had to do a scene where he was supposed to try to strangle me, I insisted on having a backup! “The episode airs December 25 on BBC First, which is in free preview until January 2.

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