Undercovers, Law & Order Los Angeles Coming to Wed Nights - KCBD NewsChannel 11 Lubbock

Undercovers, Law & Order Los Angeles Coming to Wed Nights

By James Clark | email

LUBBOCK, TX (KCBD) - NBC's premier week continues Wednesday on KCBD NewsChannel 11 (Channel 3.1 on Suddenlink digital cable in Lubbock) with a spy drama that proves marriage still is the world's most dangerous partnership, Undercovers; and a tried & true police drama, Law & Order SVU.

Then starting next Wednesday, Law & Order  Los Angeles will bring a new twist on a long running hit series.

7:00 PM Undercovers - In this debut episode a married couple are suddenly thrust back into a life of espionage.

8:00 PM Law & Order SVU - This acclaimed hit series enters its 12th season

10:00 PM KCBD NewsChannel 11 - Local news & weather.  Coverage you can count on.

10:35 Tonight Show With Jay Leno - with guests Ryan Reynolds, Betty White, Tommy Lee's Methods Of Mayhem

11:35 PM Late Night With Jimmy Fallon - with guests Josh Brolin, Ben Rappaport, Jeff Musial, Kerry Simon

12:35 Last Call With Carson Daly - with guests Rob Corddry, Jay Electronica / Alberta Cross

Correction: We previously reported that Law & Order Los Angeles is on this Wednesday night.  But actually starts next Wednesday.

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