Law & Order S22E12 “Almost Famous” Cast, Plot, New Tonight January 26 2023

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Tonight (Thursday January 26 2023), NBC broadcasts an episode of the series Law & Order titled Almost Famous.

Almost Famous Season 22, Episode 12 Episode Summary

Following the death of a teenager, Cosgrove and Shaw learn the lengths kids will go to in order to gain notoriety online. Price and Maroun take a chance by pursuing the person they think is the case’s real criminal, but they end up back where they started.

What Time is the “Almost Famous” Episode On?

The Almost Famous episode of Law & Order will be broadcast on January 26 2023 on NBC at 8:00 PM at ET/PT.

Is the “Almost Famous” Episode New?

The Almost Famous episode of Law & Order is all new!

Law & Order Almost Famous Cast & Stars

Main Cast
Anthony Anderson as Detective Kevin Bernard
Jeffrey Donovan as Detective Frank Cosgrove
Camryn Manheim as Lieutenant Kate Dixon
Hugh Dancy as Executive Assistant District Attorney Nolan Price
Odelya Halevi as Assistant District Attorney Samantha Maroun
Sam Waterston as District Attorney Jack McCoy
Recurring Cast
Connie Shi as Detective Violet Yee
Diane Ciesla as Judge Evelyn Boyd
Antonio Edwards Suarez as Judge Luis Hernandez
Guest Cast
Kiera Allen as Amber Koenig
Patrick Ball as Jason Wheeler
William DePaolo as Phil Brewer
Danny Garcia as Virgil Gilbert
Natalie Gold as Megan Wallace
Garrett Gallego as Max Brewer
Andrew Kober as Sean Kapinski
Andrea Ilene Shapiro as Nancy Bradshaw
Shayaan Siddiqui as Brian Knox
Jasmin Walker as Attorney Amanda Shea
AJ Landy as Eli Barone
Max Beckman as Finn
Hillary Dominguez as Lydia
Emily Berman as MLI
Danny Arnold as Clerk
Danny Marin as Teenager One
Dean Cestari as Teenager Two
Katie Kocik as Female Employee

Almost Famous Episode Videos & Previews


Watch Law & Order Almost Famous Online

Law & Order Series Information

NBC is bringing back one of its most treasured and honored dramas with "Law & Order." The series, which will continue the classic bifurcated format that was created for its original run, will once again examine "the police who investigate crime and the district attorneys who prosecute the offenders."

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