Friday, January 13, 2012

Law & Order SVU “Official Story” Preview Clips

Here are 3 preview clips from Law & Order SVU “Official Story” which will air on January 18, 2012 at 10 PM ET/9C on NBC. The previews feature Mariska Hargitay, k, Danny Pino, Dann Florek, and new recurring cast member Harry Connick Jr.

My recap and review of Law & Order SVU "Official Story" can be found at this link.

Please note: These video clips are available for a limited time only and must be removed shortly after the episode originally airs, so please catch them while you can!

Also see:
Cast interviews and behind the scenes video for Law & Order SVU “Official Story”

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Gigi_Barros said...

available til when?

Kate said...

Ooh lovin Harry Connick Jnrs character...and not just cause he's going to get in on with Olivia

Allthings Lawandorder said...

I have to remove the videos within a few days after the episode first airs, so they may be down as soon as Jan 20. It's just one of the NBC rules I have to abide by in order to get access to the preview clips to share with others!

janethyland said...

not sure this one will appeal to me,but it should appeal to other fans.

Icy said...

@Janethyland- Don't based this on these clips. The actual case is based on the Occupy Wall Street Protesters. That's probably why they didn't choose to show the clips.

janethyland said...

in case they got occupied again? Giggle.

I saw Alan Moore,whose Guy Fawkes/Anonymous mask is being used by the Global Occupy Movement, was down at London Occupy site last week. He is the comic writer who wrote "V for Vendetta" from which the mask is taken.

OK. Ill hold off judgement til the day!

Icy said...

@Janethyland- People here in the States might object, since it's ripped from the headlines story.

Yet half don't realize that OWS protesters are fighting for hte middle class.

It should be very interesting case, since the filming actually had to be moved due to the real protesters.

janethyland said...

Ha! I was over at the Occupy London site.I havent seen that kind of spirit around since the 60's.That started off being reviled too. There is a tipping point and you are right, the middle classes are the place where that happens....

but i cant relate to anyone loving a lawyer!