LOS ANGELES – As the longest-running crime drama on primetime television, it’s no wonder why Donald Trump repeatedly insisted during the 1st presidential debate that we need more Law & Order. While Law & Order first premiered on September 13, 1990, it was later followed by Law & Order Special Victims Unit, Law & Order Criminal Intent, Law & Order Trial by Jury, Law & Order UK, and most recently Law & Order Los Angeles.
After the debate Trump defended his position and said, “The American people are ready for a new series change and I’m the guy to bring it.” Undecided votes are now demanding more specifics from Trump and are still uncertain what new series he is actually proposing. Minutes after the debate, the Clinton campaign released a statement: go to hilliaryclinton.com and it’s very clear that Hillary is proposing Law & Order Ohio & Law & Order Florida. Rumor has it that Trump has begun filming Law & Order Stop & Frisk and it’s on schedule to premier before November 8th.