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    Chuck: Adam Baldwin with guest role on Law & Order: SVU 2012-7-24 11:28:11

    Chuck DVDThe resolution of the Cliffhangers in the season finale of Law & Order: SVU pulls out a little longer at ease. Adam Baldwin was hired for a guest role in Season 14. His character takes over for Donald Cragen Then Floreks.

    That should not taste at all for the investigators to Benson (Mariska Hargitay) & Co.. In the upcoming 14th Season of "Law & Order: Special Victims Unit" she got a new supervisor placed in front of the nose. According to a report by TV Guide this recurring guest role went to Adam Baldwin.

    Baldwin plays the role of Steven Harris, the new captain of the preliminary investigation teams CSR. He comes now to the duties that are usually done by Captain Donald Cragen (Dann Florek). Because of this, but in the 13th Season Finale ("Rhodium Nights", 13x23) next to a dead woman and woke up in the course of a murder investigation finds, must take on Baldwin's alter ego for him until further notice.

    How exactly Cragens fate in "Law & Order: Special Victims Unit" is ordered, is at present uncertain. Baldwin's guest appearance on the first three episodes of the 14th Season limits. Another guest star in the season opener, the former "Criminal Minds" actress Paget Brewster. Besides that, Laura Benanti, Pippa Black, Peter Jacobson, Ron Rifkin, Brooke Smith and Dean back to the expected winter season premiere.

    The 50-year-old Adam Baldwin is the most Serienjunkies for his starring roles in the short-lived FOX sci-fi series "Firefly" and known in the much longer running NBC spy series "Chuck DVD." He also appeared as a recurring guest star on "The X-Files". Recently, he completed including guest appearances on "Castle" and "Leverage."

    As of 26 NBC starts the 14th season of "Law & Order: Special Victims Unit" with a double episode at the time slot on Wednesday by 21 clock.

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