Law & Order: Season 15 (2004 - 2005)


Season 15
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Air date: Sep 22, 2004
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Air date: Sep 29, 2004
Air date: Oct 6, 2004
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Air date: Nov 10, 2004
Air date: Nov 17, 2004
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Air date: Dec 1, 2004
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Series Fifteen of NBC's hit procedural series "Law & Order" continues to dramatize the experiences of the detectives in the NYPD homicide division, and the DA office responsible for prosecuting the crimes that homicide investigates. Returning characters this series include: Lt. Anita Van Buren (S. Epatha Merkerson), Executive ADA Jack McCoy (Sam Waterston), and DA Arthur Branch (Fred Dalton Thompson), with Det. Joe Fontana (Dennis Farina) replacing Det. Lennie Briscoe. This series also witnessed two mid-season changes: ADA Serena Southerlyn (Elisabeth Röhm) is replaced by ADA Alexandra Borgia (Annie Parisse), and Det. Ed Green (Jesse L. Martin) is temporarily replaced by Det. Nick Falco (Michael Imperioli). Stories this series include the leaping deaths of two students who were both taking a dangerous anti-depressant; the demise of a radio 'shock jock' thanks to his romantic involvement with a mobster's lover; a child murderer's hit-and-run death, that leads McCoy to a shocking discovery; and much more.


Dennis Farina
as Det. Joe Fontana
Sam Waterston
as ADA Jack McCoy
Jesse L. Martin
as Det. Edward Green
S. Epatha Merkerson
as Lt. Anita Van Buren
Fred Dalton Thompson
as DA Arthur Branch
Elisabeth Röhm
as ADA Serena Southerlyn
Annie Parisse
as ADA Alexandra Borgia
Michael Imperioli
as Det. Nick Falco
Chris Sarandon
as Haold Pincham
Mercedes Ruehl
as Zina Rybakov
Sean Nelson
as Shawn Foreman
Paula Devicq
as Miranda Shea
Joe Morton
as Leon Chiles
Fritz Weaver
as Nathan Fogg
Peter Strauss
as Dr. Paul Cedars
David Groh
as Jacob Lowenstein
Jim True-Frost
as Bruce Elwin
Amy Carlson
as Jo-Ann Connolly
Andrea Roth
as Marley Emerson
Scott Decker
as Mike Bass
Sarita Choudhury
as Nadira Harrington
Candice Bergen
as Judge Amanda Anderlee
Bruce Altman
as Dr. Alvin Lawrence
Jeremy Webb
as Devin Bradley
Kevin Dunn
as Arnold MacLaren
Dann Florek
as Capt. Cragen
Julia Gibson
as Selma Flanagan
Deborah Hedwall
as Mrs. Shely
Robin Thomas
as Gov. Michael Riordan
Poncho Hodges
as Silas Inwood
Paul Fitzgerald
as Ron Drexler
Ron Silver
as Bernie Adler
Boyd Gaines
as James Rillard
Suzette Gunn
as Luisa Valenzuela
Kate Burton
as Erica Gardner
Mimi Lieber
as Wendy Weiss
Roma Maffia
as Vanessa Galiano
Gary Basaraba
as John Worley
Joe Piscopo
as Jarret Whitestone
Ileen Getz
as Sydelle Greenblatt
Daniel Sunjata
as Kenny Tremont
Jade Yorker
as Anthony Harrison
Xander Berkeley
as Clay Pollack
Joseph Cross
as Will Shea
Randy Graff
as Helen DeVries
Joe Murphy
as Ed McClean
Arthur J. Nascarella
as Michael Ruffino
Todd Gearhart
as Mark Edleburg
Robert John Burke
as Lt. Col. Milton Danbury
Max Baker
as Clive Barnes
Zeljko Ivanek
as David Kaplan
Rob Sedgwick
as Elliott Peters
Matte Osian
as James Buckley
Joe Murphy
as Ed McClean
Isiah Whitlock Jr.
as Gordon Samuels
Paul Schulze
as Pete Milligan
Philip Goodwin
as Dr. Russell Toomey
David Chandler
as Melvin Silverman
Jake M. Smith
as Tommy Flanagan
Linda Emond
as Rosalie Helton
Peter McRobbie
as Judge Walter Bradley
Chance Kelly
as Kyle Marsden
Michael Mulheren
as Judge Harrison Taylor
Robert Clohessy
as Kenny Peluso
Reg E. Cathey
as Dr. Russell Procope
Maggie Burke
as Judge franklin
Wendell Pierce
as Roger Porter
Roxanne Hope
as Angela Gusmorino
Guy Boyd
as Elston Norrell
Robin Morse
as Cranky Wife
Eric McLendon
as Robert DuBois
Boris McGiver
as Hjalmar Forskerskoler
Gud Rogerson
as Cranky Husband
Jonathan Walker
as Stuart Arlen
Larry Preston
as David Simpkins
Randall Newsome
as Jeff Harrington
Bryan Scott Johnson
as Capt. Wallace
Kelly Deadmon
as Nicole Temple
Pamela Gray
as Nancy Ogden
Robert Sella
as Colin Reese
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Critic Reviews for Law & Order Season 15

All Critics (3) | Top Critics (2)

A once successful formula now verges on the tediously formulaic.

Sep 22, 2004 | Full Review…

After far too many seasons of Benson and Stabler investigating murders with tangential sex-crime elements, SVU has pulled back from whodunits and retrained its focus on live victims, lending its stories a greater immediacy.

Aug 8, 2018 | Rating: B | Full Review…
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Still humming along, L&O has become the ultimate comfort show.

Oct 14, 2004 | Rating: B+ | Full Review…

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