By Ken Tucker
Updated March 17, 2020 at 02:55 AM EDT

Law & Order

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Dick Wolf’s workhorse series ”Law & Order” is tough on actors: The series is so good at cementing its regulars in our minds that, for example, it’s hard to imagine that ”L&O” detective Jerry Orbach was once an esteemed Broadway song and dance man.

Yet for all its excellence — after a lumpy start, ”L&O”’s been having a sleek, swift season — it wears out its Assistant District Attorney actresses in record time; Jill Hennessy lasted three seasons, Carey Lowell two, and Angie Harmon, who joined in 1998, just announced that she’s fleeing Sam Waterston’s severe gaze (to be replaced by ”Angel”’s Elisabeth Rohm).

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Law & Order

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