Walon Green, scénariste de NYD en 1993-1994 mais aussi scénariste de "La Horde sauvage" de Peckinpah, du trčs sous-estimé "Robocop 2" et du "Hi-LO Country" de Stephen Frears, vient de signer un contrat avec Wolf Films :-)
L'auteur revient donc dans le team de scénaristes de NYD (en tant que consultant :-)
Notez que le monsieur a également bossé sur Urgences, Millennium, NYPD Blue et Hill Street Blues :-)
Voici l'article de Zap2It.com:
"LOS ANGELES (Zap2it.com) - After several years working on other series, Emmy-winning writer and producer Walon Green is returning to NBC's "Law & Order" and its creator, Dick Wolf.
Green will serve as a consultant on "L&O" and "Dragnet," which Wolf's company, Wolf Films, is producing for ABC as a midseason show. Green was an executive producer of "Law & Order" in 1993 and '94.
"[Green's] career and reputation have marked him as one of the preeminent writers of world-class television and movies," Wolf tells The Hollywood Reporter. "It's truly an honor that he has decided to return to Wolf Films."
Green and Wolf have known each other for two decades, since they worked together on "Hill Street Blues." After leaving "L&O" in 1994, Green worked as a writer on "Millennium" a co-executive producer on "NYPD Blue" and "ER."
He shared "Blue's" Emmy win for best drama in 1995. He's also earned Emmy nominations for writing on both "Blue" and "Law & Order.""