The Law & Order is picking up again on NBC. With only New York: Special Victims Unit remaining, now the franchise will occupy an entire night next season.
Thus, after having successfully launched Law and Order: Organized Crime, marking the return of Elliot Stabler to the franchise after 10 years, the American network naturally announces its renewal for a season 2.
Created by Dick Wolf (with Ilene Chaiken as showrunner), Law and Order: Organized Crime places Elliot Stabler as the head of a New York Police unit that fights organized crime. His return to law enforcement will take some time to adapt, as the justice system has changed after a decade of absence. Danielle Moné Truitt, Tamara Taylor, Ainsley Seiger and Dylan McDermott round out the cast.
The latter will therefore always be broadcast on Thursday evening, as NBC revealed to us, in the company of Special Unit, but also of the new Law & Order: For The Defense which will follow a firm specializing in criminal law in charge of making exonerate the accused. The series will therefore be focused on the legal part.
The first season of Law & Order: Organized Crime continues on NBC on Thursday nights.