ITV Brings More “Law & Order: UK”

Even more Law & Order good news today: British broadcaster ITV has asked for thirteen more episodes of the superb UK incarnation.

They have given the green light to a fourth series of the British spinoff, which features Jamie Bamber, Bradley Walsh, Freema Agyeman and Ben Daniels (pictured). Harriet Walter and Bill Paterson also star. Law & Order: UK is currently airing its third series, with the final episode to screen tomorrow in the UK and a week from tomorrow in Canada. It began its run on BBC America on October 3.

In a press release, ITV also reveals that Juliet Stevenson and Nicola Walker, both of the hit British series Spooks, will guest star in the fourth series. The long-running Spooks is produced by Kudos Film and Television, which is also behind Law & Order: UK, alongside Dick Wolf and his Wolf Films brand.

Laura Mackie, ITV’s Director of Drama, is quoted as saying: “Law & Order: UK is continuing to deliver audiences with its top flight acting and ‘ripped from the headlines’ storylines that captivate and entertain.”

It’s not yet known when American audiences will see these episodes. BBC America has only aired three episodes of the first series, and will air the second immediately thereafter, but has not made any statement regarding any episodes beyond that. Still, American fans of Law & Order: UK can now enjoy the idea that there will be thirteen more episodes of this impressive, engrossing crime drama.

For more Law & Order: UK, you can check out my review of last week’s episode “Vice” and stay tuned on Friday for my review of this week’s episode, “Unsafe.”

Law & Order: UK airs Fridays at 9 PM ET/PT on BBC America, and recurs throughout the week.


  1. Cross777 October 20, 2010
    • Brittany Frederick October 20, 2010
  2. Illie October 21, 2010
    • Brittany Frederick October 21, 2010

Add Comment

Why Netflix’s The Chair Falls Short
Why Hilary Banks Was the Worst Character on The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air
Why The Fantastic Four Should Do A Live-Action Television Series
Whatever Happened to The Cast of “The Practice?”
Five Movies That are Eerily Similar To Alien
Does Wedding Crashers Really Need A Sequel?
Five Reasons to be Psyched About the Film “Don’t Look Up”
Five Movies to Watch If You Liked “American Sniper”
10 Things You Didn’t Know about Rae Ripple
Why Simon Tam Was the Worst Character on Firefly
10 Things You Didn’t Know about Kacy Catanzaro
10 Things You Didn’t Know about Ruston Kelly
Six Comic Book Storylines That Need Their Own Video Games
The 7 Greatest Spider-Man Super Villains of All-Time
Why You Should Read Spy x Family
Five Lesser Known Comic Villains You Should Know About
The Greatest Devil Fruit Powers In the One Piece Universe
Three Villains That We Loved From “One Piece”
Anime You Should Watch: Redline
The Most Iconic Ninjutsus In Naruto
Ranking Every Fortnite Chapter 1 Level 100 Skin From Worst To Best
The Destroy All Humans! 2 Remake Looks Killer Fun
Alan Wake Remastered Will Be Coming To Multiple Platforms In October
Ranking Every Fortnite Chapter 1 Level 1 Skin From Worst To Best