Ripped from the Headlines Formula
That's the show's signature: programming "ripped from the headlines."
If Muslims are being persecuted in New York City, of course, Oliver Benson will parachute into that tense situation.
Her face will exude the empathy she feels. And she will promise the victims her team will get the bad guys.
Viewers are lifted from the injustices and moral ambiguities of their little daily lives. So, next week, as they have since September 20, 1999, they will tune in for yet another episode. "Law & Order SVU" is the fourth longest running TV primetime show.
Positioning and Packaging a Weinstein Type
How the film mogul is portrayed depends on how much has been documented to be true. There can't be any risk of defamation of character.
For a while Weinstein had as his media lawyer Charles Harder. No one knows for sure why Harder left but he is gone. However, he could be called back to duty suing the television network. He had successfully represented Hulk Hogan and Melania Trump.
The scene that will go down in television history is how Benson interrogates the Weinstein type.
Will she try to create a human bond and sympathetically probe what childhood events turned him into an alleged monster?
Will the perp cry?
Or will he let the lawyer do the talking, not saying a thing?
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