- Benson and Stabler will see each other more often in the future.
- Series maker Ilene Chaiken has announced further crossover episodes for the coming seasons of the “Law & Order” shows.
- “Law & Order – For the Defense” will also start in the fall.
With “Law & Order: Organized Crime“After years of absence, fan-favorite Elliot Stabler (Christopher Meloni) received its own series in the” Law & Order “universe, which also included some crossover episodes with Stabler’s original show”Law & Order: SVU“brought with it.
The season 1 finale of “Law & Order: Organized Crime” was already flickering on the screens of the USA NBC
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“We will definitely do more crossovers”, revealed the showrunner, and further pointed out that the newly ordered series “Law & Order – For the Defense“now another one “Law & Order” show on NBC’s Thursday evening program.
According to Chaiken, this would offer many opportunities for overlapping storylines between the 3 “Law & Order” series from the TV season 2021/2022 onwards. But Chaiken didn’t want to commit to a certain number of crossovers.
Bad guy Richard Wheatley could return too
When asked about the future of actor Dylan McDermott and his gangster boss character Richard Wheatley, the “Law & Order: Organized Crime” showrunner said that season 2 will bring a new antagonist for Elliot Stabler. Wheatley could return in 1-4 episodes, however.
“Law & Order: Organized Crime” was extended a few weeks ago and will get a 2nd season. We also tell you as you can see season 1 right after the US airing.
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