After two decades on the air, the original show in the Law & Order franchise is officially no more. Creator Dick Wolf had originally hoped to move it to a new network once it was cancelled earlier this year by NBC. But he announced Friday that he had failed to arouse interest from any other network. "I can confirm that it has moved into the history books,” Wolf said. "That's business. That's life. Every show is born under a death sentence, they just don't tell you the date of execution.” The series aired its final episode on NBC in May, marking the end of a slow decline in ratings—its audience had dwindled by 50 percent since 2002. But all is not lost for the franchise, which still has spin-offs like Criminal Intent and Special Victims Unit. This fall, it will launch, Law & Order: Los Angeles, starring Alfred Molina.