'Law & Order' June 11 Marathon Features 'Sopranos' Stars
Other Sopranos stars to appear in the "Law & Order" marathon include Jerry Adler (Herman “Hesh” Rabkin), John Ventimiglia (Artie Bucco on The Sopranos), Vincent Curatola (Johnny “Sack” Sacramoni), Dan Grimaldi (Patsy Parisi), Joseph R. Gannascoli (Vito Spatafore), Ray Abruzzo (“Little” Carmine Lupertazzi Jr.), Robert Funaro (Eugene Pontecorvo), Dominic Chianese (Corrado “Jr.” Soprano), Vincent Pastore (Salvatore Bonpensiero) and Sharon Angela (Rosalie Aprile).
TNT’s 12-hour "Law & Order" marathon kicks off Monday, June 11, at 2 p.m. (ET/PT). The following is a complete rundown of the episodes and guest stars featured:
2 p.m. “I.D.,” featuring Aida Turturro and Jerry Adler – The cops tackle identifying a corpse left in an elevator.
3 p.m. “Grief,” featuring Edie Falco – A reluctant witness affects the case of two rape victims in custodial care.
4 p.m. “DWB,” featuring John Ventimiglia – The detectives uncover a shocking twist while investigating the beating of a black man.
5 p.m. “Trade This,” featuring Vincent Curatola – The murder of a stockbroker points to organized crime when a hired hit man kills the prime suspect.
6 p.m. “Deep Vote,” featuring Dan Grimaldi – A political reporter is the target of a murder plot.
7 p.m. “Everybody Loves Raimondo’s,” featuring Joseph R. Gannascoli and Ray Abruzzo – Two men are gunned down at an exclusive restaurant.
8 p.m. “Sects,” featuring Robert Funaro – Police and prosecutors go after a fanatical cult leader who encourages sex with children among her followers.
9 p.m. “Publish and Perish,” featuring Michael Imperioli – The police investigate the link between a powerful police commissioner and the murder of a porn actress and a maverick publisher.
10 p.m. “Hindsight,” featuring Michael Imperioli – Det. Nick Falco is investigated after a woman he spent the night with turns up dead.
11 p.m. “Shadow,” featuring Dominic Chianese – The murder of a bail bondsman looks fairly routine until the chance words of the chief suspect uncovers possible case-fixing.
Midnight “Juvenile,” featuring Frank Vincent – The investigation into the shooting of a newspaper columnist leads to a murder case from two decades earlier.
1 a.m. “Deadbeat,” featuring Vincent Pastore and Sharon Angela – The murder of a deadbeat father whose son is dying of leukemia presents a moral dilemma.
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