NBC calls a do-overLaw & Order: Los Angeles will return to the airwaves next month. The fate of the series seemed destined for the TV graveyard not long after its debut, but the network has given it a stay of execution after several “creative” changes, including an expanded role for Terrance Howard (as district attorney Jonah Baker) and Alfred Molina as a detective. Cc-stars Regina Hall, Megan Boone and Skeet Ulrich will no longer be with the series when it returns. “We are pleased to welcome Law & Order: Los Angeles back to NBC’s regular lineup,” said Bob Greenblatt, NBC entertainment chairman. “Dick Wolf and his team have made some exciting creative changes and we can’t wait to re-introduce the show to audiences.” The series will also have a new timeslot and night – Law & Order: Los Angeles will restart with a two-hour premiere on April 11 at 9 p.m. (eastern) and 10 p.m. thereafter.