Legislation & Order: Organized Crime Renewed for Season 3 at NBC


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Legislation & Order: Organized Crime Renewed for Season 3 at NBC

Det. Elliot Stabler isn’t backing off his beat anytime quickly.

NBC has renewed Legislation & Order: SVU spinoff Organized Crime for Season 3, TVLine has discovered.

The unique Legislation & Order was also picked up for Season 22 on Tuesday; SVU beforehand earned one other season (its twenty fourth) as a part of a whopping three-season renewal in February 2020 (new showrunner TBA).

“The enduring Legislation & Order model has lengthy been synonymous with NBC and we couldn’t be extra excited to carry again all three of those dramas for the 2022-23 season,” Lisa Katz, President of Scripted Programming, NBCU Leisure and Streaming, stated in an announcement. “It’s a testomony to the brilliance of Dick Wolf;s storytelling that audiences stay compelled by these unforgettable characters week after week, yr after yr.”

Organized Crime this season is averaging 5.5 million complete weekly viewers and a 1.0 demo score (with Stay+7 playback), down 30 and 33 p.c from its freshman run. Out of the 14 dramas that NBC has aired this TV season, it ranks No. 9 in viewers and sixth within the demo.

In Season 2, Chris Meloni’s Stabler was pressured to work alongside his spouse’s killer in a police investigation (lengthy story) after which turned embroiled in a deep dive right into a corrupt cabal of New York Metropolis law enforcement officials. In the meantime, in Organized Crime/ SVU crossovers, Stabler continued to restore and study his relationship together with his household and his former legislation enforcement companion, Olivia Benson (performed by Mariska Hargitay).

TVLine’s 2022 Renewal/Cancellation Scorecard has been up to date to mirror Organized Crime‘s renewal.

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