// May 27, 2012 at 12:53 pm
It’s SVU’s new showrunner, Warren Leight. That guy has “Law & Order: Criminal Intent” syndrome, that’s primarily why the new episodes of Law & Order: SVU are “lacking” to say the least.
Dick Wolf ought to be ashamed letting Leight change the style of this once great show. Neal Baer had already ran down the show with his idiotic writing style in the later seasons, now Leight comes in and turns the show into L&O: CI.
I can watch SVU without Chris Meloni, but the episodes aren’t the same as they used to be. And this “lack” of using Diane Neal and/or Stephanie March as the full time ADA is p***ing me off too.
This show is BETTER with gripping and powerful court room scenes/chatter from the DAs, the defense attorney’s, & the judges!
SVU didn’t used to be ALL about the cops, even when the “revolving door” of ADAs came into play. I’d rather see trial scenes instead of long a** and boring confessions on SVU.
It’s SVU, not LOCI. Somebody needs to tell Warren Leight that. That’s why I’m not a die-hard fan of SVU anymore, because it’s NOT SVU anymore.
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