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Law & Order: The Tenth Year

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Editorial Reviews

Steven Hill returns to Law & Order: The Tenth Year for his final full season as DA Adam Schiff, the role that earned him two Primetime Emmy Award nominations for Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Drama Series.  Joining him are series regulars Jerry Orbach, Jesse L. Martin, S. Epatha Merkerson, Sam Waterston and Angie Harmon as the men and women striving to bring justice to the streets of New York in 24 enthralling episodes, including the Law & Order: Special Victims Unit crossover, “Entitled.”  This season features guest stars John Heard (Entourage) and Guillermo Diaz (Weeds), and a roster of cases including a murderous rampage in Central Park, a sinister insurance scam involving Holocaust victims and an academically successful college student who is leading a double life.  Television icon Dick Wolf delivers another gripping, intelligent and sometimes shocking chapter of television’s longest running franchise.

Product Details

  • Actors: Sam Waterston, Jerry Orbach, Steven Hill, S. Epatha Merkerson, Angie Harmon
  • Format: Box set, Color, Dolby, DTS Surround Sound, NTSC, Subtitled, Widescreen
  • Language: English (Dolby Digital 5.1)
  • Subtitles: English
  • Subtitles for the Hearing Impaired: English
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.78:1
  • Number of discs: 5
  • Rated:
    NR
    Not Rated
  • Studio: Universal Studios
  • DVD Release Date: November 8, 2011
  • Run Time: 1065 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (93 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B00466H37W
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #21,102 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)

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Let me make it clear, straight up, that this is a review of the product, not of the show. As a huge Law & Order fan, I can say that the quality of these episodes is top-notch.

The product that NBC Universal/Universal Studios has put out though is another story.

I'm willing to ignore the lack of an episode list because I can just as easily get that online. Missing that doesn't really detract from the quality.

What I CANNOT and WILL NOT ignore is the absence of the crossover Law & Order SVU episode "Entitled - Part 1." The L&O Part 2 episode is present, but nowhere to be found is the important Part 1, DESPITE THE BACK COVER SAYING IT IS FEATURED!

When Season 9 came out, it took me a while to figure out where they had hidden the "Homicide" crossover episode. It was there, just very awkwardly placed. So before writing this review, I searched each of the five discs of Season 10 meticulously to see if I was missing something. I wasn't. It's nowhere to be found.

So why isn't it there? Copyright issues aren't a problem considering that it's the same production company. Season 1 of SVU is available on DVD, so DVD rights and issues shouldn't exist. I'm not as much of a fan of SVU, at least not enough to buy a season set just to get the one episode.

Am I sorry I bought the set? No. At Amazon's $24.99 price, it's still a steal for the quality of the episodes. But as far as I'm concerned, NBC Universal/Universal Studios owes me a disc with that SVU Episode on it.
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I enjoyed each and every episode of this season. I missed Benjamin Bratt and thought he should have had a better send off in the 9th season. I loved the always direct and fearless Angie Harmon - it seems they toned down her character's behavior in this season. it did take a little getting used to in the 9th season but soon became a part of who her character was. Jack seemed to take more control in this season. As always my all-time favorite, Lenny Briscoe, is there to find any means necessary in nabbing the bad guys. Great scripts and talented actors kept this show alive, no matter how many people came and went. It would be nice to see more shows like this one instead of being overloaded with ridiculous and useless reality shows hitting the airwaves.
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(Huge fan and glad I bought it - the 3 stars is only about the product, not the show.)

The big complaint in the Season 9 reviews was poor packaging/the lack of an episode list, which had me nearly downgrading it to 3 stars. OK, we all make mistakes, but there's no excuse for making the same mistake twice, so this time I have given only 3 stars. Surely Universal's well-paid marketing and sales people ought to check out the feedback on sites like this?

What adds insult to injury is that there is a paper insert with Season 10 - perfect for an episode list with summaries, which is what I thought it was at first - but it turns out just to be an ad for something or other.
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Season 10 contains many engrossing and very well-written episodes, but the packaging is a rip-off. It would have cost them next to nothing to include a list of episodes, but there is none. The episodes themselves rate five stars -- but the lousy packaging only one -- making an average of three stars.
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As I stated in my review of Season 9 of Law and Order, the producer should have included an episode list as was the case for the DVDs with the first 8 seasons. They have repeated their omission with Season 10. I can obtain the list on line as I did with Season 9, but the producer should have had respect for the customer and just gone the "extra mile" and added one. Having said all that I do hope they release the rest of the Law and Order the greatest TV series ever on a year by year basis with or without and episode list as I will not buy the whole set since I own the first half + Season 14 already.
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I enjoyed nearly all of the seasons of Law & Order, although Angie Harmon was one of my favorite actresses on the series. Also, the character of Lennie Briscoe was always interesting, as were most of the other characters. Although I preferred Michael Moriarty to Sam Watterson, the latter was competent in his role. It was nice when a conservative view was aired which was part of the appeal of the show, as the characters discussed different sides of the issues presented in the show. Angie Harmon took that view during the Tenth season, besides being one of the most beautiful woman on the series. I follow her now on Rizzoli & Isles. When she left they placed the conservative view with Fred Dalton Thompson, but it was nice to see a woman espouse the conservative view.
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Meet Detective Ed Green portrayed by Jesse L. Martin. A single overzealous cop who has a record for excessive force and a gambling addiction, Green will sometimes push the envelope a little further. A contrast from the devout Catholic family man that was Detective Curtis. The tenth year is full of memorable episodes. From cops dropping off a rich boy in Harlem to the prosecution of a Chilean politician for the murder of an American in Chile. One of the most memorable episodes is Gunshow, the season opener about the spree shooting of college students, most of whom were women. The topic of this episode is an ever so important discussion taking place throughout our country. Despite where you stand on gun control, when McCoy dumps that tray full of bullets on the table you feel for the family members of the victims that were killed. There is also a crossover with the spinoff, Law & Order: Special Victims Unit called "Entitled Pt 2." Part 1 is not included in this DVD set, unlike the Homicide crossovers. Instead you will have to purchase either a digital copy of the SVU episode or just buy season 1 of SVU on dvd(but that is another review). Also, Detectives Olivia Benson played by Mariska Hargitay and Eliot Stabler played by Chris Meloni guest star in the episode "Fools For Love." Season 10 also marks the last season in which Steven Hill portrays District Attorney Adam Schiff. At the time he was the longest running character and the last to leave from the first seasons. The tenth year shows that after a decade of being on air, Law & Order was still going strong. The revolving door for the shows cast continues to bring in new characters and pay farewell to old ones. Look at New York City in 1990 and look at it in the year 2000. A lot has changed since then including the evolving criminal mind continues and so the laws must change too. That is why we still need the police to investigate these crimes and the district attorneys to prosecute these offenders. Their stories continue...
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