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Posted at 05:51 PM ET, 01/09/2013

Dick Wolf producing real-life cold-case series for TNT

TNT has ordered a reality series from Dick Wolf in which top-notch investigators will help authorities in small towns across the country re-open cold cases involving violent crimes.

Some of the cold cases in the eight ordered episodes of “Cold Justice” have lingered for years; TNT plans to premiere the series in late summer.

Texas prosecutor Kelly Siegler, with 68 murder cases under her belt, and Yolanda McClary, a crime scene investigator who worked more than 7,000 cases at the Las Vegas Police Department, will have access to advanced DNA technology and lab testing to help local law enforcement officers and families of violent-crime victims.

Wolf, the guy behind the “Law & Order” franchise, among other programs, is producing with Magical Elves – the production house behind “Top Chef,” “Project Runway,” “Last Comic Standing,” “The Real L Word,” “Braxtons Family Values,” and the docu-flick “Justin Bieber: Never Say Never.”

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Tags:  dick wolf, tnt, cold justice, law & order

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