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Peacock ups Evans to veep

Current series exec to supervise 'Law & Order,' 'DAG'

NBC Entertainment has upped Bruce Evans, director of current series, to veep of current series.

In his expanded role, Evans will continue to oversee production on NBC’s “Law & Order” and companion skein “Law & Order: Special Victims Unit.” He will also supervise production of the Peacock’s frosh drama “Deadline” and the new laffer “DAG.”

Evans joined the network in 1995 as a primetime series coordinator. He has also acted as a supervisor for “Profiler” and was upped to to director in 1998.

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