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Saturday May 21st, 2022 8:10AM

LISTEN: Jeffrey Donovan talks the Law & Order reboot

By Mornings on Maine Street

Jeffrey Donovan plays Detective Frank Cosgrove in the 21st season of "Law & Order." Donovan spent time on Maine Street talking about his character, what shooting on L&O is like versus "Burn Notice" and driving his child to school. 

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LISTEN: Jeffrey Donovan talks the Law & Order reboot
Jeffrey Donovan plays Detective Frank Cosgrove in the 21st season of "Law & Order." Donovan spent time on Maine Street talking about his character, what shooting on L&O is like versus "Burn Notice" and driving his child to school.
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