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Season 2 Lawman finished?

J.Lucas

Active Member
#1
Does anyone know if the Season 2 has made the full run?
I see that it was not on this week or next(Nov 17th & 24th)..
was there really only 8 episodes to this season?
Thanks
J.L.
 
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photomouse14

Guest
#3
Thank you for letting us know. I was hoping that it wasn't over. I look forward to Steven coming back to Lawman.
 
#4
I heard from Joe last night and said he just wanted me to know taht he is involved with another project based out of L.A. now and is no longer working with Steven..now we all know what Steven can be like when he gets his undies in an knot iam hoping that they havent had an blew because they have known each other far too long but if that was the case bad Steven .. Joe is an very good guy he always kept up here in the know and for one i shall miss because of that and even though he didnt say anything iam sure he went way out of his way some times ..Joe was nice enough though to give me some one elses email address and NO WAY in hell iam i going to even say whom that is i promised him that and hopefully that person will contact me with any news...because if i said whom it was my god i can handly contain myself as it is just an step closer to the big guy cant really get any closer but thats all iam saying ( : ( : but still will miss Joe he was and still is ok in my books..if he does come here hope he sees this message..
 

J.Lucas

Active Member
#5
Thank you
......I wasn't sure,and I hadn't read anything about it....
so we can't expect anymore Lawman 'till like Spring 2011...
Ok.so my drive is all up to date with the current Seagall movies and TV shows...
cool..
J.L.
PS: Have a safe upcoming Holiday Season to all members here....:)
 
#6
I don't know where you got that info, but Lawman is done. They announced its over, the Sheriff's department doesn't want to do it anymore stemming mainly from Seagal's previous legal issues. Also, this 2nd season was only 8 episodes and they were filmed at the same time as season one, these were just leftover. Lawman is behind him and True Justice is Steven's next silver screen focus.
 

Kotegashi

Master Of Disaster
Staff member
#7
kayy911;205401 said:
I don't know where you got that info, but Lawman is done. They announced its over, the Sheriff's department doesn't want to do it anymore stemming mainly from Seagal's previous legal issues. Also, this 2nd season was only 8 episodes and they were filmed at the same time as season one, these were just leftover. Lawman is behind him and True Justice is Steven's next silver screen focus.
Seagal has resigned from the Sheriff's Department, not the other way.

Joe Halpin answered an e-mail from Orangutuang or Martin1 and mentioned that his resignation is only temporarily and they will be back to Film more Lawman.

Peace
 
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photomouse14

Guest
#8
YEAH!! That is soooo good to know that it is only temporary and that Steven will be back. I miss him and his warriors. They look like they have some good times together, joking and teasing oneanother.
 
#10
Dexter22;205422 said:
For the last time. Im sorry, but season 2's episodes were not left over. He actually went and filmed them a new time.
No the ones that are gonna air now are 8 episodes shot back in 09, theyre left overs from S1
 
#12
agree to disagree. I was told by several people that the season 2 episodes were newly filmed and he stopped half way through because of his scandal. This would make sense considering the weather change, seagal bringing his wife, the birth of his child (match dates), change in partners(some cops from season one were not in it) and the fact that is was filmed close to Mardi Graw. He was down there in Febuary and thats when the new season was. Im not trying to argue but A & E decided to release these episodes when the scandal was dropped. He is finishing his contract from season 2 because the network ordered 16 episodes and he only completed 8 before his legal troubles. These are the ones that were aired, im not sure where people got this idea that they were from season one.
 
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photomouse14

Guest
#13
I just saw on Facebook that Steven took his Team to the fairgrounds and had a grea time shooting targets and winning stuffed animals. They all have such a great time together. Steven looks wonderful and sexy as usual!

When was this shot on 2009 or recently?
 
#14
Dexter22;205425 said:
agree to disagree. I was told by several people that the season 2 episodes were newly filmed and he stopped half way through because of his scandal. This would make sense considering the weather change, seagal bringing his wife, the birth of his child (match dates), change in partners(some cops from season one were not in it) and the fact that is was filmed close to Mardi Graw. He was down there in Febuary and thats when the new season was. Im not trying to argue but A & E decided to release these episodes when the scandal was dropped. He is finishing his contract from season 2 because the network ordered 16 episodes and he only completed 8 before his legal troubles. These are the ones that were aired, im not sure where people got this idea that they were from season one.

When Lawman season 2 premiered there were countless articles about it and they said they were left over, if I must, when I have some time, I can dig them out.
 

Clement3000

aka The Phoenix
#15
Not sure if this was posted yet?


Freeze, turkey! 'Steven Seagal Lawman' may not be shuttered after all
Published: Sunday, November 28, 2010, 3:01 AM


When last seen locally, action-adventure film star and Zen babbler Steven Seagal was ending a decades-long, Harry Lee-initiated relationship with the Jefferson Parish Sheriff’s Office that culminated with the A&E cable reality-TV hit “Steven Seagal Lawman.”
steve_seagal_lawman.JPGCourtesy of A&E'Steven Seagal Lawman.'

Days before the October second-season premiere of “Lawman,” it was revealed that the JPSO had declined to shoot any episodes beyond the second batch and that Seagal had abruptly resigned his reserve-deputy post with the force.

The rift was apparently a casualty of the $1 million sexual harassment lawsuit filed (and silently settled) by a Los Angeles woman who alleged that Seagal attempted to keep her as a “sex toy” in a Lafitte home during filming of the series.

Accordingly, it was believed that the second season’s eight episodes would be the last anyone would see of “Lawman.”

However, recent news from Arizona – official state motto on the official state seal: Ditat Deus (God Enriches) – brings hope that “Lawman” is not lost.

In news stories detailing a new Maricopa County Sheriff’s Office volunteer posse dedicated to cracking down on illegal immigrants, Seagal’s name was included in a short list of celebrity posse participants.

The others: Lou Ferrigno (“The Incredible Hulk”) and Peter Lupus (“Mission: Impossible”).

The posse is the brainchild of Joe Arpaio, a publicity-stunt-loving sheriff who reigns over a county that envelopes the Phoenix metropolitan area.

“Mr. Seagal is a special deputy with our office and also a volunteer posseman,” confirmed an Arpaio spokesman via e mail. “He was introduced to our office by other law enforcement members in the community. He is currently out of the country filming but plans on entering our training program and assisting with our patrol duties in the future.”

A Wednesday e mail query to A&E’s publicity department about this latest development and its impact on the future of “Lawman” produced a “No comment” reply.

So, it’s OK to assume the show’s still a go, but with Saguaro cactuses instead of the Crescent City Connection as scene-setting footage (see video below).

One, “Lawman” was a cheap-to-make ratings success. Networks like those, even if a substantial portion of the audience is only tuning in to A) goof on the Michigan-born star’s jive-talking with alleged perps, and/or B) get sloppy drunk downing vodka shots every time he says “Zen.”

Two, Arpaio would never, ever turn down such an opportunity if offered.

If Seagal and/or A&E went sheriff-shopping after his departure from Jefferson Parish, they/he landed a whopper.

After a career with the Drug Enforcement Agency that earned him the nickname “Nickel Bag” among colleagues – reportedly for his propensity to make a big deal out of petty busts – Arpaio was first elected Maricopa County Sheriff in 1992.

He’s won re-election repeatedly since then, powered to crushing electoral victories by the Phoenix area’s aged voters.

Branding himself “America’s Toughest Sheriff,” Arpaio has made headlines for various oddball innovations over the years, including housing inmates in a giant tent city, forcing inmates to wear pink underwear (supposedly to cut down on theft) and deploying chain gangs of juvenile and female prisoners.

Arpaio has publically feuded with critics, for which he has been accused of abuse of power. He and his office are currently the subject of multiple federal investigations.

His latest national newsmaking came as a player in Arizona’s anti-immigration movement, which has overwhelmed the state’s political superstructure.

In a Nov. 17 news release announcing the illegal-immigration posse – his office oversees 60 such volunteer squads, which number about 3,000 members – Arpaio said the latest is a citizen-empowerment project as much as a law-enforcement initiative.

“Law enforcement budgets are being cut and agencies are losing personnel and yet the battle to stop illegal immigration must continue,” Arpaio said in the release. “Arizona is the busiest port of entry for people being smuggled in from Mexico, Latin and South America. So asking for the public’s help in this endeavor makes sense, especially given the success the posses have experienced over the years.”

It’s easy to picture “SeagalVision” – the “Lawman” editing gimmick that endowed its star the superpower of crime-spotting sight – deployed in that pursuit.


http://www.nola.com/tv/index.ssf/2010/11/freeze_turkey_steven_seagal_la.html
 

J.Lucas

Active Member
#16
Clement3000;205569 said:
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In news stories detailing a new Maricopa County Sheriff’s Office volunteer posse dedicated to cracking down on illegal immigrants, Seagal’s name was included in a short list of celebrity posse participants.
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Thanks Clement...here's a CNN video pertaining to that(I don't know if this was posted either)...

Seagal - Immigration Posse
http://www.4shared.com/video/or9Ad3DQ/Seagal-CNN_Immigration_Possel.html
J.L.
 
#17
Firstly like to thank Joe i heard from him this afternoon and yes Steven is filming more lawman from januaryto march then nothing definite...that worries me abit hope he actually makes an movie or two..