The revamped version, which includes Alana de la Garza as ADA, will debut four months after it last aired.
"Law & Order: Los Angeles", sans Skeet Ulrich, will re-launch on Monday, April 11 after taking four months hiatus. The new show previously was set for February 8 return but the role shuffling has forced the production to be delayed and the Tuesdays slot to be given up to "Parenthood" which apparently won't return to Mondays.
"We are pleased to welcome 'Law & Order: Los Angeles' back to NBC's regular lineup," said Bob Greenblatt, NBC entertainment chairman. "Dick Wolf and his team have made some exciting creative changes and we can't wait to re-introduce the show to audiences."
In the first week return, "LOLA" will air at 9 P.M. and then move to 10 P.M. the week after. Alfred Molina's Ricardo Morales is now a detective, Terrence Howard's DA Jonah Dekker now works full time, and Alana de la Garza will reprise her role as ADA Connie Rubirosa from the original "Law & Order".