Although Law & Order: SVU and Law & Order: Organized Crime are two of NBC’s most popular shows, the original “Law & Order” season 21 is scheduled to return to the network. Law & Order: Special Victims Unit will go back to television in 2022 for its 21st season, with many familiar names returning.
Dick Wolf’s original Law & Order premiered in 1990 and ran for 20 years. SVU and Organized Crime are really the only major shows on the air right now, even though there have been several spinoffs (six in total). The door was opened for “Law & Order” season 21 to return after the new spinoff “Law & Order” season 21: For the Defense was cancelled before it even got started.
Here’s everything we know about “Law & Order” season 21: Special Victims Unit season 21.
When will the next episode of Law & Order: Special Victims Unit air?
Law & Order: Special Victims Unit is back with a brand-new episode. Will the detectives and attorneys be stumped tonight, given that the good guys have gone two for two since the show’s return to NBC? Tune in this Thursday, March 10, at 8 p.m. ET/PT.
“Filtered Life” is the title of the upcoming episode of Law & Order. The following is a synopsis:
“Bernard and Cosgrove investigate the disappearance of a social media star whose case takes the internet by storm; Price and Maroun must weigh their decisions regarding the case against the wishes of the missing woman’s family..”
The plot of Law & Order
Law & Order isn’t changing its format, even after all this time. According to NBC, the show will preserve its divided design from its first run and stick to the basic premise of following the police who investigate crime and the district attorneys who prosecute the criminals.
It should also be emphasized that this is not a reboot but rather a continuation of Law & Order: Special Victims Unit’s original run, which is why the new season is referred to as season 21, and many of the show’s original cast members are returning
The cast of Law & Order
Fans will be pleased to see a lot of familiar names and some new ones among the “Law & Order” season 21 cast. Two actors have already been confirmed: Sam Waterston will resume his role as District Attorney Jack McCoy (in his 17th season on the program), and Anthony Anderson will reprise his role as Detective Kevin Bernard. Lieutenant Kate Dixon, played by Camryn Manheim, is another returning cast member.
Some new faces have joined the“Law & Order” season 21 cast, including Waterston, Anderson, and Manheim. Jeffrey Donovan (Burn Notice) has joined the cast as an NYPD detective, Hugh Dancy (Hannibal) has landed a role as an assistant district attorney, and Odelia Halevi (Good Trouble) has joined the cast as Assistant District Attorney Samantha Maroun.
Trailer for “Law & Order” season 21
NBC has revealed the very first look at the upcoming season of “Law & Order” season 21: Special Victims Unit, which features long-time series star Sam Waterston in the lead role (along with newcomers Jeffrey Donovan and Hugh Dancy). It’s a short promo, but it’s worth checking out:
Watch “Law & Order” season 21: Special Victims Unit
Anyone with a standard cable/satellite pay-TV subscription or a TV antenna will be able to watch “Law & Order” when it returns in February 2022 on their local NBC station. Subscribers to live TV streaming services like Fubo TV, Hulu with Live TV, Sling TV, and YouTube TV can also watch their local NBC networks (make sure you’re on Sling TV Blue).
Won’t you be able to view it live? On the NBC website, subscribers to any of the above services can view the most recent episode of “Law & Order”
TV viewers will be able to view the most recent episodes of “Law & Order” online, but they will have to wait until the next day after the show airs. The NBC-owned Peacock streaming service will be the only choice for Law & Order lovers. To watch the most recent episodes on Peacock, viewers must subscribe to Peacock Premium, which comes in two flavours: $4.99 ad-supported or $9.99 ad-free. Law & Order: Special Victims Unit seasons 13-20 are also only accessible through Peacock Premium.