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Author Scott Turow: Some law-show scenes 'couldn't happen'

Scott Turow is seeing another of his best sellers adapted by television, but he admits he doesn't watch many law-and-order series.

The author of such best sellers as "Presumed Innocent," "The Burden of Proof" and "Reversible Errors" tells Zap2it, "Somebody may beat me with a wet noodle for this, but the truth of the matter is that I don't watch any show every week. I catch them periodically. I happen to be a big viewer of TNT because I do watch basketball, so I saw that [the law show] 'Franklin & Bash' was heavily advertised.

"My mother, may she rest in peace, loved 'Law & Order'," Turow adds of another element of TNT's lineup, "so I saw an enormous amount of that show when I visited her. People talk about 'The Good Wife,' and it's set here in Chicago, so I've certainly seen that. But can I tell you that I've seen
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'Bones' Creator Hart Hanson Brought Onto New Fox Pilot

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'Bones' Creator Hart Hanson Brought Onto New Fox Pilot
According to the Hollywood Reporter, 'Bones' creator Hart Hanson is now attached to the pilot for 'Pleading Guilty,' a drama on Fox that already has an impressive roster of names. Hanson will serve as an executive producer on the show, which is based on the Scott Turow novel of the same name.

Turow's books have been adapted before -- the big screen adaptation of 'Presumed Innocent' starred Harrison Ford and Brian Dennehy, 'Reversible Errors' was adapted for TV with William H. Macy and Tom Selleck, as was 'The Burden of Proof' with Hector Elizondo and Brian Dennehy.

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