Fans, who had searched in vain for something to satisfy their crime lust after the New York Police and District Attorney fought their last case in 2010, now believe they have found a worthy successor to the popular drama.
The series, which ran for two decades, was famous for taking real life stories and dramatizing them for our amusement and cop fan Victor Houston believes the Pistorius trial is following suit, 'It's just so realistic, everything about it just screams that this could actually happen. If it was real though we would be monsters for turning it into such a entertaining narrative.'
'This has been the best caper in years,' chimed in toting Grandmother Liz, 'killing the woman on Valentine's Day is a work of genus, dramatic irony at it's finest.'
Disabled charities have been quick to support the casting of a man who lost both his legs in such a role. 'It;s great to see,' said a spokesman an amputie group, 'finally we are see that a man with no legs can be just as dangerous as abled body person. We hope this breaks down a few barriers for our members.'
'As good as it's been I expect a few more twists in the tail to keep up interest,' continued Liz. 'Maybe she has an identical twin who falls in love him? I hear that he wants to speak with the girls family tomorrow. Imagine how uncomfortable that will be. I just hope Sky News gets the rights to it.'