By Kimberly Nordyke
LOS ANGELES (Hollywood Reporter) - Three series regulars have left U.S. networks NBC's "Law & Order: Los Angeles" amid a creative revamp of the first-year procedural, sources confirmed to The Hollywood Reporter.
Skeet Ulrich, who plays Detective Rex Winters, has exited his role along with Regina Hall and Megan Boone.
Hall plays ADA Evelyn Price, who aids Alfred Molina's character, ADA Morales, while Boone portrays DDA Lauren Stanton, who works for Terrence Howard's DDA Joe Dekker.
The departures follow former cast member Wanda de Jesus' exit in September ahead of the series premiere.
"L&O: Los Angeles," from Wolf Films and Universal Media Studios, is the fourth spinoff of Dick Wolf's long-running "Law & Order" franchise.
Despite an underwhelming reception from critics, the show debuted fairly well in the ratings but has since seen some dropoff. Still, NBC gave it a full-season pickup in October.
(Editing by Zorianna Kit)