A new season of “Law & Order: Special Victims Unit” comes to TV this week. A new season premieres on NBC on Thursday, Sept. 23, at 8 p.m. ET (5 p.m. PT). You can also stream it on FuboTV (free trial), Sling and Philo. “Law & Order,” a long-running and...
HOW/WHEN & WHERE TO WATCH: 8 p.m. and 10 p.m. on NBC. SVU fans will be treated to two hours of Olivia Benson (Mariska Hargitay) & Co. as their investigation expands into a sex-for-housing (!) scheme. Ben Rappaport and Terry Serpico guest star. And at 10 p.m., Stabler (Christopher Meloni) looks to infiltrate a nasty crime family that's hoping to take over the Big Apple's cocaine trade. —Lynette Rice.
What to watch Thursday, September 23: 'Law & Order: Special Victims Unit' season premiere; 'That Girl Lay Lay' premieres on Nickelodeon; Kenny Rogers
The "Law and Order" spin-off is returning to NBC for its 23rd season, which will see the crime drama reach the impressive milestone of 500 episodes.
Law & Order: SVU’s Demore Barnes reacted to news of his upcoming exit from the long-running NBC series, sharing Friday that he’s both proud of his work but in the dark about the shift in casting. Barnes and co-star Jamie Gray Hyder, who play Deputy Chief Christian Garland and Officer Kat Tamin, respectively, are departing Law & Order: SVU ahead of its Season 23 premiere next Thursday. Sources tell Deadline that the actors’ exits will be revealed when the series returns. “While I know you were happy that I was here, and that I’m happy that I was here, I also know...
Law & Order: SVU is back on the case this year with the show’s 23rd season just about ready to debut on NBC. Law & Order: SVU continues as the flagship program for a franchise that has been a peacock network marquee. Was there even TV before Law & Order?...
Captain Olivia Benson (Mariska Hargitay) and Detective Eliot Stabler (Christopher Meloni) are both fighting for the truth and victims again on Law & Order — and both possibly in trouble in the new seasons of SVU and Organized Crime (premiering September 23). First, SVU picks up with the same sex...
NBC's harrowing procedural "Law & Order: Special Victims Unit" is prepping for its 23rd season on the air. You may not realize it, but that fact makes "SVU" not only the longest-running "Law & Order" show — the flagship series peaked at 20 seasons — but also makes it longest-running primetime live-action drama in the history of television. Perhaps even more impressive is that "SVU" continues to be one of the most-watched dramas on television, a fact that no doubt helped grease the wheels for a fresh, multi-season renewal from NBC (via Deadline).
The upcoming 23rd season of NBC’s Law & Order: SVU will be without two key characters. Jamie Gray Hyder, who plays Officer Kat Tamin, and Demore Barnes, who portrays Deputy Chief Christian Garland, are departing the series, sources tell Deadline. Their exits will be revealed during the two-hour Season 23 premiere on Thursday, September 23. we hear. Both were introduced in Season 21 as recurring and both were promoted to series regulars for Season 22. Season 23 picks up mere hours after last season’s finale, where Catalina Machado (Zabryna Guevara) was arrested for trafficking single mothers living in shelters in a complex...
What’s ahead for the team in the 23rd season of the Law & Order: Special Victims Unit TV show on NBC? As we all know, the Nielsen ratings typically play a big role in determining whether a TV show like SVU is cancelled or renewed for season 24. Unfortunately, most of us do not live in Nielsen households. Because many viewers feel frustrated when their viewing habits and opinions aren’t considered, we invite you to rate all of the 23rd season episodes of Law & Order: Special Victims Unit here.
Mariska Hargitay and Christopher Meloni get it. Law & Order fans have spent two decades clamoring for their characters—Special Victims Unit’s Capt. Olivia Benson and Organized Crime’s Det. Elliot Stabler—to get together. There’s too much chemistry for the former NYPD partners not to, right?. “It’s undefinable, but you know it...
Law & Order: Special Victims Unit and Organized Crime fans were left disappointed after the trailer for the police procedural's 23rd season dropped on Friday. Taking to Twitter, the official Law & Order account shared a promo clip of season 23, which was accompanied by the words: "Heard you were asking for a promo. New seasons of #SVU and #OrganizedCrime premiere Thursday, September 23 on @NBC."
How to Watch ‘Law & Order: Special Victims Unit’ Season 23 Premiere Live For Free on Apple TV, Roku, Fire TV, and Mobile
It’s the longest-running primetime live-action series on American television. And the Law & Order franchise has been a fixture on American television for decades. With Season 23 of Law & Order: Special Victims Unit about to premiere, long-time fans and newcomers alike will be eagerly awaiting the chance to pick up where the last season left off. You can watch it with a 7-Day Free Trial of Hulu Live TV.
Demore Barnes has opened up about his impending departure from Law & Order: Special Victims Unit. In a video posted on his Instagram account last September 16th, Barnes, who plays Deputy Chief Christian Garland on the series, shared a heartfelt farewell message to the fans, his costars, show’s crew members, NBC, and producer Wolf Entertainment. While the actor is grateful to have been part of SVU, he admitted that he’s still not completely sure why his journey on the series is coming to an end in the show’s upcoming two-hour season 23 premiere.
A week from this Thursday, Mariska Hargitay's Olivia Benson and Christopher Meloni's Elliot Stabler return for NBC's "Law & Order" Thursday night, with SVU kicking off its 23rd season and Organized Crime grilling into its second season. For SVU viewers, the new season kicks off with some major changes already on the way with Jamie Gray Hyder (Officer Kat Tamin) and Demore Barnes (Deputy Chief Christian Garland) departed with the season-opener. But that's not all, based on the recently-released teaser for the long-running series's two-hour return. Following the 22nd season finale, Benson has handcuffs ready for Congressman Howard (Ben Rappaport) in a sex-for-housing case. Except that Congressman Howard has other plans, ones that involve The White House and not "The Big House." Next thing we know, Benson's life is in danger when her car goes off the side of the road- with a concerned Stabler at the scene telling Benson, "Liv, stay with me" (get ready to swoon and hope for righteous retribution).
The Season 22 finale of Law and Order: Special Victims Unit left audiences on the edge of their seats, and thankfully Season 23 is right around the corner. Surprisingly and unfortunately, during the two-hour premiere, Detective Katriona “Kat” Azar (Jamie Gray Hyder) and Deputy Chief Christian Garland (Demore Barnes) will take their final bow. The season finale, in a way, kind of set up a potential exit for Garland, but definitely not a happy one.
A new season of Law & Order goodness is almost here, as NBC launches new seasons of both Law & Order: SVU and the newest spinoff addition to the franchise Law & Order: Organized Crime on September 23rd. We're still waiting to learn more details about both shows, but we do have a tagline for SVU and Organized Crime courtesy of new posters for the big crossover premiere. You can check both new posters featuring Mariska Hargitay's Olivia Benson and Chris Meloni's Elliot Stabler as well as a slick combined version of the poster featuring both fan favorites in the images below (courtesy of TV Insider).