Log in

L&O: CI Fans [entries|archive|friends|userinfo]
L&O: Criminal Intent Fans

[ userinfo | livejournal userinfo ]
[ archive | journal archive ]

SCREENCAPS: [SEASONS 9 & 10] - HD [Oct. 22nd, 2013|09:04 am]
L&O: Criminal Intent Fans


Zip link(s) here (free registration required)
Link1 comment|Leave a comment

The SHIP [Jan. 28th, 2013|12:03 pm]
L&O: Criminal Intent Fans

Over the past year, I've seen more and more people making reference to their new fave shows and ships... and I simply cannot relate. Am I the ONLY one who has not moved on from Goren/Eames? I've been in love with these two for well over a decade and still have no interest in any other TV coupling. Am I alone? ;)

(x-posted to a few other groups in a lame attempt to get some conversation going...)
Link1 comment|Leave a comment

finally seeing Jeff Goldlum episodes [May. 26th, 2012|01:16 pm]
L&O: Criminal Intent Fans

Like many viewers, I've seen far more CI episodes in syndication over the past couple of years than while it was in its prime. Lately, I'm really enjoying the later seasons that brought in Jeff Goldblum as Detective Nichols, providing a certain nerdy edge to one's notion of what a major case officer can be like. These episodes from the last season seem to be showing up on WGN, the Chicago super station that's among the four or five cable sources that enable one to find at least one episode of a Law & Order franchise showing at almost any time of the day or night, 24/7.
Link7 comments|Leave a comment

Drabble + complaining [Nov. 30th, 2011|09:33 pm]
L&O: Criminal Intent Fans

Why is it so dead in here? Quit being dead in here.

Anyway, I have a drabble for you all, as I finally find my way back to lawandorder100. A little Goren x Eames thing, taking place post-Loyalty. Would you believe I only just saw it today? Not owning a TV can do that to you.


Also find it here on FF.net:

LinkLeave a comment

Fanfiction - All Shiny and New [Jun. 21st, 2011|07:07 pm]
L&O: Criminal Intent Fans


Title: All Shiny and New
Disclaimer: I make no profit and have no money to sue for anyway.
Rating: R

A/N: This picks up immediately after Loyalty

A/N2: This is a bit out of my comfort zone and experimental style wise (for me) so constructive criticism is welcome...just play nice please.

A/N3: Thank you to Daystarsearcher for the beta help : )

she wonders if she didn't just throw everything important to her away

Also it's been awhile since I posted here so let me know if I did something wrong...

Posted via LiveJournal app for iPad.

LinkLeave a comment

Season 10? [May. 23rd, 2011|06:40 pm]
L&O: Criminal Intent Fans

Hey all. I don't have a TV and am therefore currently unable to keep up with the final season of CI like I want to. Just wondering, how is it so far? Are Goren and Eames still Goren and Eames? Are the episodes good? Wasn't there some new captain too?

Basically, tell me if you're liking Season 10 so far, and whether or not I should go attempt to track it down on Hulu or something.
Link6 comments|Leave a comment

Criminal Intent Filming will begin in October [Oct. 13th, 2010|06:57 pm]
L&O: Criminal Intent Fans

NEW Law & Order: Criminal Intent, an hourlong drama for the USA Network. Shooting begins in October. With Vincent D'Onofrio. Principals: Lynn Kressel Casting, Pier 62, Room 304, West 23rd Street and Hudson River, NYC 10011. Background: Central Casting New York, 875 Sixth Ave., 15th floor, NYC 10001.


A little early for my taste, but I don't want to cry ;o)
LinkLeave a comment

Kathryn Erbe returns for 10th and Final season of CI!! [Oct. 8th, 2010|01:51 pm]
L&O: Criminal Intent Fans


Reunited and it feels so… absolutely perfect.

Kathryn Erbe will be rejoining ex-partner Vincent D’Onofrio for the 10th and final season of Law & Order: Criminal Intent, a USA Network spokesperson confirms.

News of Erbe’s freshly-inked deal comes roughly three weeks after D’Onofrio announced his own return to the show.

“I’m excited and grateful that Katie has decided to rejoin one of the best detective teams in the history of television,” said exec producer Dick Wolf in a statement.

D’Onofrio and Erbe left CI at the beginning of the show’s ninth season. They were replaced by Jeff Goldblum and Saffron Burrows.

CI‘s eight episode farewell season premieres sometime in 2011.

Reaction? Considering this is what more than 98 percent of you were clamoring for, I’m guessing you’re pretty psyched.

Link11 comments|Leave a comment

January [Oct. 2nd, 2010|07:00 pm]
L&O: Criminal Intent Fans

Vincent said Friday, October 1st in the short phone interview with Radio Woodstock that the filming to season 10 of CI will start in January.

Follow the link to the interview download.
Link6 comments|Leave a comment

EXCLUSIVE - Vincent back on CI [Sep. 21st, 2010|04:19 pm]
L&O: Criminal Intent Fans


This is the big news RT @NikkiFinke: USA Picks Up 'Law & Order: CI' For Final Season W/ Star Vincent D'Onofrio http://goo.gl/fb/nX0Sg

And according to "TedonTv" - Twitter account, they're in talks with Kathryn Erbe to return as well

EXCLUSIVE: After months of negotiations, USA Network has closed a deal to bring Law & Order: Criminal Intent back for an 8-episode 10th season with the series' original star Vincent D’Onofrio, who will return as Detective Robert Goren, a role he played for the first eight seasons. Discussions are under way with Kathryn Erbe and other CI alums sans Jeff Goldblum, who recently announced his exit, to come back for the show's farewell season. Throughout the entire dealmaking process, USA's intention was to bring Law & Order CI back only if D'Onofrio agreed to return.

Additionally, USA plans to extend its relationship with Law & Order chief Wolf beyond Criminal Intent. The network's  production arm, Universal Cable Prods., which produces the series with Wolf Films, has handed him a pilot commitment for a new project.

Law & Order: CI will return with new episodes next year. “We have been the fortunate caretakers of this legendary series, and we plan to give it the world-class farewell it so richly deserves,” said Jeff Wachtel, USA's president of original programming and UCP's co-head of original content.

He listed several factors that were key in the network's decision to push through with the deal. "First, it was to bring devoted audience for the finale and create an event," he said, noting that the series finale of USA's Monk still ranks as the highest-scripted cable telecast of all time. "Secondly, you have an opportunity to create a new launch pad," Wachtel said as the network plans to use the final season of Criminal Intent to launch a new series or help an excisting series grow much like the final season of Monk was used to launch White Collar.

Given Law & Order: CI's big pricetag as an eight-year-old high-end procedural, especially as it started off on broadcast TV, making the deal was not easy, Wachtel said, praising NBC Universal's cable maven Bonnie Hammer for her help in making it happen. "Everybody had to make concessions, but it is the hallmark of a good deal when everyone has to suffer equally: the network had to absorb some of the cost as did the studio, and Dick and the above-the-line talent were gracious in addressing a very specific set of circumstances."

Wolf thanked Hammer and Wachtel for bringing Criminal Intent back for a tenth season, adding, “Only time will tell if this is a fond farewell or a renaissance for Detective Robert Goren but everyone both here and in New York is ecstatic about going back to work on a show that’s a passion for all of us. Signed, Brett Favre."

While this is the end of Criminal Intent, Wachtel left the door opened a bit. “The plan is for this to be the series finale, but with a Dick Wolf franchise, one really never knows until it’s over,” he said.

Link4 comments|Leave a comment

[ viewing | most recent entries ]
[ go | earlier ]