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7 Best TV Crossovers

Moviefone Logo By Gina Carbone of Moviefone | Slide 1 of 7: The Baltimore cops from "Homicide: Life on the Street" joined forces with the New Yorkers from "Law & Order" for three two-part episodes throughout these series runs. In fact, the character of detective John Munch (played by comedian Richard Belzer) was originally a "Homicide" detective before making the jump to "Law and Order: SVU" when "Homicide" was canceled in 1999. Dun dun. Episodes: "Charm City" ("Law & Order" Season 6, Episode 13), "For God and Country" ("Homicide" Season 4, Episode 11), "Baby, It's You" ("Law & Order" Season 8, Episode 6/"Homicide" Season 6, Episode 5), "Sideshow" (Law & Order" Season 9, Episode 14/"Homicide" Season 7, Episode 15)WATCH NOW

'Law and Order' / 'Homicide: Life On the Street'

The Baltimore cops from "Homicide: Life on the Street" joined forces with the New Yorkers from "Law & Order" for three two-part episodes throughout these series runs. In fact, the character of detective John Munch (played by comedian Richard Belzer) was originally a "Homicide" detective before making the jump to "Law and Order: SVU" when "Homicide" was canceled in 1999. Dun dun. Episodes: "Charm City" ("Law & Order" Season 6, Episode 13), "For God and Country" ("Homicide" Season 4, Episode 11), "Baby, It's You" ("Law & Order" Season 8, Episode 6/"Homicide" Season 6, Episode 5), "Sideshow" (Law & Order" Season 9, Episode 14/"Homicide" Season 7, Episode 15)WATCH NOW
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