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Each commission consisted of thirteen-episode seasons to be broken up in 6—7 episode series. Series one was broadcast in February and concluded in March with seven episodes being broadcast.
The second series followed in January and consisted of six episodes. The series was renewed for another thirteen episodes and the first seven were broadcast as series three in September The remaining six were broadcast in March as series four.
The first major cast departures came at the end of the fourth series, with Ben Daniels and Bill Paterson leaving the series. Walsh, Bamber, Walter, and Agyeman all remained in their roles.
The next series was broadcast in July and saw Jamie Bamber leave in the fifth series finale. Dominic Rowan and Peter Davison joined the main cast, replacing Daniels and Paterson.
The next seven episodes were broadcast in January as series six, and saw Paul Nicholls join the cast as Sergeant Sam Casey. Jamie Bamber made his final uncredited appearance in the first episode of the series, in both flashback and photograph.
It was later announced along with the commission of a seventh series that Harriet Walter and Freema Agyeman would depart off-screen, thus this was the final season to feature them as part of the regular cast.
The departures of Walter and Agyeman meant that Bradley Walsh was the only remaining cast member who had appeared from the first episode.
A seventh series of six episodes aired from 14 July , after being filmed in November On 28 June , Bradley Walsh confirmed on This Morning that an eighth series had been commissioned and would start filming in October Former cast member Harriet Walter returned for a single-episode guest appearance.
Originally commissioned as a single series of thirteen episodes, episodes 1—7 were transmitted as series one, broadcast in , and episodes 8—13 were transmitted as series two, broadcast in A second run of thirteen episodes was commissioned in , with episodes 1—7 being transmitted as series three, broadcast in , and episodes 8—13 being transmitted as series four, broadcast in A third run of thirteen episodes was commissioned in October , with episodes 1—6 being transmitted as series five, broadcast in , and episodes 7—13 being transmitted as series six, broadcast in In August , ITV commissioned a seventh series made up of eight episodes.
In Canada and the United States, for series , each thirteen-episode run was transmitted as a single series, meaning a total of three seasons had been broadcast through No date has been announced for the US broadcast of series 8.
On 30 April , the final episode of series 8 was due to air at but was pulled from broadcast hours prior due to the storyline's similarity to the murder of British teacher Ann Maguire in the same week.
Filming of the courtroom interior, police station office and the Crown Prosecution Service office takes place on a specially built set on a disused Ministry of Defence base in Qinetiq ,  based near the M25 motorway in Surrey.
The campus of University College London , including the main quadrangle and the cloisters, was used for the basis of filming for scenes aired in series six.
Bamber was subsequently replaced by Paul Nicholls as Sergeant Sam Casey, and later Ben Bailey-Smith as Sergeant Joe Hawkins, while Walter was succeeded by Paterson Joseph as Inspector Wes Layton, and Sharon Small as Inspector Elisabeth Flynn.
Similarly, both Georgia Taylor and Dominic Rowan would succeed Agyeman and Daniels, respectively, as Prosecutors Kate Barker and Jake Thorne, whilst Paterson was succeeded by Peter Davison , as Director Henry Sharpe.
Original cast member Walsh left the cast prior to a potential ninth series, though ITV's decision to place the show on hiatus after the series eight finale leaves Walsh's departure a moot point, and as such he remains the only actor to appear throughout the entire run of the series.
In Canada, City began broadcasting the series on 11 June  and in Australia, Network Ten began broadcasting the series in August In the United States, the series began broadcasting on BBC America on 3 October Series 1—4 were shown back-to-back as were series 5—6.
The series also broadcasts in France, Germany, the Netherlands, Belgium and New Zealand. Jarossi specifically extolled the unexpected casting of Bradley Walsh, the excellent use of their London backdrop, and Chibnall's adaptation of the show.
Boland expects ITV "has a winner on its hands. And wrong. Barrister Caroline Haughey, a self-confessed crime junkie, said that Law and Order: UK made her cry:.
Law And Order State Side is excellent, but the translation of that justice system into our own jurisdiction is not really possible — CPS lawyers do NOT invite defendants to CPS HQ, and do not run their own investigation.
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In fact, I haven't watched a US cop show since NYPD Blue and I haven't seen a US courtroom drama since the days of dear old Perry Mason so I have no idea how this UK version compares and nor do I care.
All I know is that this is an entertaining and engrossing drama. The stories feature different crimes, not just murder after murder and the good guys don't always win.
Bradley Walsh is a revelation, Jamie Bamber is virtually unrecognisable after playing Apollo and Bill Paterson has never turned in a bad performance.
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