Detective Goren batted multiple plagiarists in his time on TV, however, this was with a plagiarist based on Jayson Blair, the famous NY Times plagiarist.
Law & Order is one of the best-known police procedurals, but what happens when their Criminal Intent series tackles a plagiarist?
Jane the Virgin may not seem like a show for a discussion about plagiarism, but when Jane feels that her work has been plagiarized, it gives us just that.
The Waltons was never a show to shy away from difficult topics, so when it tackled the issue of plagiarism, it did so with both complexity and humanity.
20 years before Facts of Life, Leave it to Beaver tackled plagiarism with a similar story that had some very different results.
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