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Peter Jankowski is an American television producer best known for his work on the "Law & Order" franchise. An alumni of College of the Holy Cross, Jankowski began his career in the early 1990s producing a few narrative shorts, including "How Else Am I Supposed to Know I'm Still Alive?" and "Always Roses." After a 10-year hiatus he returned to producing TV series documentaries, including "Arrest & Trial" and "Crime & Punishment," both of which focused on sensational criminal cases. Fitting then, that he joined the long-running hit series "Law & Order" as an executive producer in 2001. His work on the popular crime drama earned him his first Emmy nomination in 2002, and led to work the spin-offs " Law & Order: Special Victims Unit" and "Law & Order: Criminal Intent." Both shows have been huge successes and have led Jankowski, along with his co-producers including series creator Dick Wolf, to produce " Law & Order: Los Angeles" in 2010. Despite his heavy involvement with the "Law & Order" franchise, Jankowski has continued to produce documentary productions including the Doors doc "When You're Strange" and the acclaimed TV series "American Masters," which earned him his second Emmy nod in 2010. ...

Peter Jankowski is an American television producer best known for his work on the "Law & Order" franchise. An alumni of College of the Holy Cross, Jankowski began his career in the early 1990s producing a few narrative shorts, including "How Else Am I Supposed to Know I'm Still Alive?" and "Always Roses." After a 10-year hiatus he returned to producing TV series documentaries, including "Arrest & Trial" and "Crime & Punishment," both of which focused on sensational criminal cases. Fitting then, that he joined the long-running hit series "Law & Order" as an executive producer in 2001. His work on the popular crime drama earned him his first Emmy nomination in 2002, and led to work the spin-offs " Law & Order: Special Victims Unit" and "Law & Order: Criminal Intent." Both shows have been huge successes and have led Jankowski, along with his co-producers including series creator Dick Wolf, to produce " Law & Order: Los Angeles" in 2010. Despite his heavy involvement with the "Law & Order" franchise, Jankowski has continued to produce documentary productions including the Doors doc "When You're Strange" and the acclaimed TV series "American Masters," which earned him his second Emmy nod in 2010.

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