NBC brought out the big guns for its TCA presentations: Dick Wolf, Jimmy Smits and MSNBC president Phil Griffin
NBC took its turn Friday at the Television Critics Association's summer press tour, with a starry lineup.
Dick Wolf discussed "Law & Order's" demise and its rebirth as "L&O: Los Angeles," with star Skeet Ulrich by his side.
Jimmy Smits was there to talk about his new drama, "Outlaw."
Sarah Shahi looked glamorous for "Facing Kate," and the casts of "Undercovers" and "Outsourced" provided diversity.
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Mekia Cox, left, Boris Kodjoe and Gugu Mbatha-Raw star in "Undercovers."
Josh Reims created "Undercovers" with J.J. Abrams.
Jimmy Smits mugs for the critics as he talks about "Outlaw."
Dick Wolf, left, and Skeet Ulrich discuss "LOLA," aka "Law & Order: Los Angeles."
"LOLA" actor Corey Stoll, left, and executive producer Blake Masters
"The Event" centers on a conspiracy uncovered by Jason Ritter, left, with co-star Sarah Roemer.
Laura Innes, left, and Zeljko Ivanek co-star in "The Event."
MSNBC president Phil Griffin, left, and commentator Lawrence O'Donnell took the stage.
Sarah Shahi stars in the USA network "anti-law" drama "Facing Kate."
Ben Rappaport and Rebecca Hazlewood are in sitcom "Outsourced," about a business call center relocated to India.
Sacha Dhawan also stars in "Outsourced."
Jonathan Littman and Jennifer Johnson are executive producers on "Chase," about a team pursuing fugitive criminals.
Kelli Giddish and Cole Hauser star in "Chase."
Jesse Metcalfe, left, and Amaury Nolasco also are part of the "Chase" team.
Joe Maddalena shows off one of his finds from Syfy's "Hunting Hollywood."
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