The newest entry in the Law & Order Franchise, Law & Order: Organized Crimeis finally almost there. The closer we get to the premiere date, the more we learn about the premise and cast of the show – but when does it actually premier? The new show is part of NBC's midseason, which will arrive on Thursday, April 1st at 10pm. ET / 9 p.m. CT.
Like most major networks, due to production delays related to the COVID-19 pandemic over the course of 2020, NBC has pushed back much of its "fall" programs, to actually debuting in early 2021. Law & Order: Organized Crime is broadcast right after his parent's show, Law & Order: Special Victims Unit on Thursday evening. There is a suitable schedule there Organised crimeThe protagonist is Detective Elliot Stabler (Christopher Meloni), who was there regularly SVU for twelve seasons before leaving the show in 2011. Before Law & Order Doubleheader, NBC will have a one-hour comedy block on Thursdays.
Law & Order: Organized Crime is one of only two new full-length dramas to debut for NBC this shortened season; The other is the science fiction drama debris). In fact, new shows across the network are pretty slim! NBC has also debuted three comedies – Lord Mayor, Young skirt, and Kenan – but that's it in terms of scripting programming. It's not surprising as most networks cling to what they know in ever changing times.
Bringing back Stabler has long been on the wish list of Law & Order Fans, that's why it's especially exciting to see him run his own show! Not many details have been released about what is bringing Stabler back. The official NBC synopsis of the show reads simply: "Detective Elliot Stabler (Christopher Meloni) steps back into line to take on New York's most devious crime syndicate with a new task force after a devastating loss that left him to the core shaken, Stabler has to rebuild his life. " and careers in an evolving criminal justice system that faces its past and works to get things right. "We can't wait to see what Stabler has been up to for the last decade since he's been on our screens, and it won't be long before we find out!