ABC has given L.A. Law the (elevator) shaft, opting not to order a possible revival of the authorized drama to sequence, TVLine has discovered.
The continuation, which initially scored a pilot order last October, would have been set as soon as once more on the venerable regulation agency of McKenzie Brackman, which had reinvented itself as “a litigation agency specializing in solely essentially the most high-profile, boundary-pushing and incendiary instances,” based on the official synopsis. Blair Underwood (as Jonathan Rollins) and Corbin Bernsen (as Arnie Becker) have been among the many unique sequence alumni slated to return, alongside new forged members Toks Olagundoye (Fort), John Harlan Kim (Nancy Drew) and Arrow vets Juliana Harkavy and Kacey Rohl.
Marc Guggenheim (Arrow) and Ubah Mohamed (Legends of Tomorrow) wrote the pilot and exec-produced with the late Steven Bochco’s spouse Dayna and son Jesse. Anthony Hemingway (Genius: Aretha, Shameless) directed.
The unique L.A. Legislation aired on NBC from 1986 by means of 1994, taking residence greater than a dozen Emmys throughout its eight-season run. In recent times, ABC has additionally handed on potential revivals of NYPD Blue and New York Undercover.
Elsewhere, an ABC insider confirms that the community can also be passing on the Jo Koy-led sitcom Josep, though there’s an opportunity the undertaking could possibly be redeveloped.