February 1, 2023


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‘Law & Order’ & ‘Law & Order: Organized Crime’ Renewed By NBC

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Law and Order and Law and Order: Organized Crime will be back for new seasons. NBC has renewed Law and Order for a 22nd season and spin-off project Organized Crime for a third season.

The renewals are not unforeseen as both series were supposed to proceed.

NBC recently renewed Law and Order: SVU as a feature of a three-year renewal for what will be its 24th season, expanding its record as the longest-running prime-time live-action series ever and making it three-for-three for the Dick Wolf series.

Law and Order were renewed for a 21st season last year, eleven and a half years after it was suddenly dropped by NBC.

Law and Order: Organized Crime

“Law and Order: Organized Crime” stars Chris Meloni as Elliot Stabler, the person he played for the initial 12 seasons of “SVU,” who emerges from retirement after the murder of his significant other Kathy.

He joins the Organized Crime Control Bureau as they work to destroy New York City’s most horrendous and brutal unlawful endeavours. Danielle Moné Truitt stars as Stabler’s accomplice Ayanna Bell.

Tamara Taylor plays Angela Wheatley, a teacher who is a suspect in Kathy’s homicide alongside her ex, the mob-affiliated Richard Wheatley (Dylan McDermott).

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The cast likewise includes Ainsley Seiger and Nona Parker Johnson as Jet Slootmaekers and Carmen “Nova” Riley, respectively, two early-career detectives who join the Organized Crime Control Bureau.

The series appeared in April 2021 as a feature of a crossover episode with Season 22 of “SVU,” once again introducing Meloni as Stabler first time since 2011. Season 2 found an average of 5.5 million viewers.

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“The iconic ‘Law and Order’ brand has for some time been inseparable from NBC and we couldn’t be more eager to bring back every one of the three of these shows for the 2022-23 season,” said Lisa Katz, leader of scripted programming for NBCU Entertainment and Streaming. “It’s a testament of the brilliance of Dick Wolf’sstorytelling that audiences remain constrained by these remarkable characters for many weeks, years after years”

“Dreams in all actuality do come true,” said Wolf. “The renewals of the whole Wednesday and Thursday night lineups is a definitive confirmation of our partnership with NBC and Universal Television. I for one need to thank the talented writers and casts, the makers who keep the trains running on time and the teams who resolutely end up exceptional shows regardless of a degree of difficulty never experienced because of the pandemic.”

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