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‘Law & Order’, ‘Organized Crime’ renewed at NBC

'Law & Order', 'Organized Crime' renewed at NBC

The flagship series, which returned earlier this year, has been picked up for a 22nd season.

law & Order And Law & Order: Organized Crime Has been renewed on NBC.

The major series, which returned to television for its 21st installment in February, has been picked up for season 22, while the Christopher Meloni-led Organized crime Will return for Season 3, the network announced Tuesday. They updated first. are involved in Law & Order: SVUWhich was picked up through season 24.

“Prestigious” law & Order The brand has long been synonymous with NBC and we couldn’t be more excited to have all three of these dramas back for the 2022-23 season,” said Lisa Katz, President of Scripted Programming at NBCU Entertainment and Streaming. “It’s a testament to Dick Wolf’s storytelling talent that audiences are compelled week after week, year after year by these unforgettable characters.”

“Dreams do come true,” said executive producer Dick Wolf. “The renewal of the entire Wednesday and Thursday night lineup is the ultimate validation of our partnership with NBC and Universal Television. I’d like to personally thank the talented writers and cast, the producers, the ones who keep the trains running on time and the crew who keep the trains running on time. continue to excel despite tireless work, never experienced before due to the pandemic.”

law & Order It was relaunched earlier this year after being off air for more than a decade. It returns Sam Waterston and Anthony Anderson as Jack McCoy and Kevin Bernard, respectively, and welcomes Jeffrey Donovan, Cameron Mannheim, Hugh Dancy and Odelya Halewi to the cast.

Organized crime Meloni returns as Elliot Stabler and also stars Danielle Monae Truett, Ainsley Seeger and Nona Parker Johnson.

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