Law & Disorder at Criminal Intent
This should clear up the confusion.....
Fox News, 1.23.09
It seems like things are pretty shaky these days over at NBC’s "Law & Order: Criminal Intent."
The problem: recently appointed producer Robert Nathan, who was brought in to run the episodes featuring newcomer Jeff Goldblum, is out after shooting two chapters. There’s word that Ed Zuckerman, producer of the original "Law & Order," is taking his place.
But things are not that simple. According to sources, Goldblum’s character has not really emerged yet on screen. "The two episodes they have are terrible," says an insider who says that everyone who worked with Nathan is gone as well.
The result is that USA Studios, which airs the show before it goes to NBC, has postponed the season premiere for a second time. The original prrmiere was set for last November, then moved to March. Now it might be in the late spring or early summer.
The irony is that the eight episodes featuring Vincent D’Onofrio are moving along pretty well, and should be finished on time. The hold up is all with the eight starring Goldblum. They simply don’t exist so far.