Thursday, May 5, 2016

Law & Order SVU “Assaulting Reality” Photos & Promo

Here are advance photos and the promo for Law & Order SVU “Assaulting Reality” which will air on Wednesday, May 11, 2016 at 9PM ET on NBC. The photos feature Mariska Hargitay, Ice-T, Kelli Giddish, Peter Scanavino, Raúl Esparza, Robert John Burke, Michael Gross as Jeffrey Prince, Wendie Malick as Regina Prince, Caprice Benedetti as Tammy Ledder, Mather Zickel as John Valentine, Comfort Clinton as Melanie Connor, Rachael Emrich as Gigi Danson, Shannon Thornton as Ashley S., Ava Lange as Ashley B., Larisa Oleynik as Lizzie Bauer, Adam Gregory as Ryan Ledder, and Adam Perry as Emmett Weaver.

My recap and review of Law & Order SVU “Assaulting Reality” can be found at this link.




















Photos by: Michael Parmelee/NBC 2016 NBCUniversal Media, LLC





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6 comments:

ladybug81 said...

As someone who loathes reality shows, especially ones like The Bachelor, I'm not overly excited about this one.

Chris Zimmer said...

@ladybug82 - I despise them too and don't watch them. I also think SVU has done a reality show themed episode once before (or maybe it was a talk show) and I think more than once on Law & Order.

Ana Andrade said...

I don't understand what people have against reality shows. Chris and ladybug81, why do you despise them? I don't watch The Bachelor, but I do watch The Voice and Survivor. Is it because they seem too scripted? While I do understand part of that argument, there are some things you can't control. For example, you can't fake someone's singing ability on a show like The Voice. The results on the other hand...

Chris Zimmer said...

@Ana Andrade - I don't like them for many reasons. Sometimes the competitions bring out the worst in people. They're mostly boring. I don't feel like I am entertained by them or I don't feel like I learn anything from them. There are so many fabulous TV dramas out there now (mostly on cable) that my need to see a good story can be well satisfied and I don't need to waste the time watching people compete for something which for me has little value.

ladybug81 said...

@AnaAndrade I was a fan of American Idol in the beginning but lost interest eventually. It just felt like at times the voting was more of a popularity contest as opposed to who had the most talent. I think the last season I watched was the year Carrie Underwood won. I also liked Survivor the first season it was on. I guess with shows like The Bachelor, among others, it feels fake. I don't feel like I'm being entertained like I do when watching a scripted program.

ladybug81 said...

@AnaAndrade I was a fan of American Idol in the beginning but lost interest eventually. It just felt like at times the voting was more of a popularity contest as opposed to who had the most talent. I think the last season I watched was the year Carrie Underwood won. I also liked Survivor the first season it was on. I guess with shows like The Bachelor, among others, it feels fake. I don't feel like I'm being entertained like I do when watching a scripted program.