Law & Order: When will the three series return after hiatus?

Law & Order: When will the three series return after hiatus?
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Here is everything we know so far about “If the Law & Order franchise will return to NBC in March 2023?”

Attention readers! After a whole month of waiting, the beloved three series are finally back on NBC this month! The entire “Law & Order” franchise is now scheduled to premiere new episodes next week on Thursday, March 23, 2023, at the respective time slots, which start at 8 p.m. ET and conclude at 10 p.m. ET on the NBC network and later on other streaming platforms.

While you wait for the new episodes to premiere in a few days, check out the prior episodes to catch up with the story if you haven’t been able to. The three beloved series will air on NBC and later be available to stream on Peacock. Moreover, the viewers can also catch up with all the seasons of Law & Order, SVU, and Organized Crime on Hulu Plus and FuboTV.Β 

Additionally, all seasons are also available for renting or purchasing on Vudu or Amazon Instant Video, with a vast number of membership plans according to the preferences of the users. Moreover, the series is also available to stream exclusively on NBC’s official website for free, where the episodes are published after they air on the channel every Thursday night.

Law & Order Season 22 Episode 16: What to expect?

The official title of the episode is “Deadline,” which will premiere next week at the same time slot of 8 p.m. ET on NBC and later on Peacock. The official synopsis of the episode states, “When a celebrated journalist is killed, Cosgrove and Shaw explore an unpublished report involving a prominent politician; Price and Maroun fight an uphill battle when their only credible witness is currently awaiting trial for another heinous crime.”Β 

The episode is directed by Martha Mitchell and written by Art Alamo and Gia Gordon. The network has also disclosed details about the next episode,Bias,” which will premiere the following week on March 30, 2023. The official synopsis states, “When a public defender is murdered, Cosgrove and Shaw are surprised to find Price at the crime scene; his involvement in the trial compromises the case.” The episode is directed by Alex Hall and written by Keith Eisner.Β 

Take a look at the official promo for the episode below:

Law & Order: Special Victims Unit Season 24 Episode 16: What to expect?

The official title of the episode is “The Presence of Absence,” which will also premiere on the same day at the scheduled time slot of 9:00 p.m. ET on NBC and later on Peacock. The official synopsis of the episode states, “An internet dating site becomes the source of terror for a young widow; Muncy struggles with Velasco’s absence.” The episode is directed by Norberto Barba and written by Brianna Yellen and Brendan Feeney.Β 

The details about the 17th episode, “Lime Chaser,” which will premiere the following week and reveals to follow, “The search for a suspect who drugs women’s drinks in crowded bars leads the SVU to Muncy’s brother; Churlish makes a risky move to impress Benson.” The episode is directed by Juan Campanella and written by David Graziano and Julie Martin.Β 

Take a look at the official promo for the episode below:

Law & Order: Organized Crime Season 3 Episode 16: What to expect?

The next episode, simply titled, “Chinatown,” will premiere at the same time slot of 10 p.m. ET on NBC. It is directed by Milena Govich and written by Josh Fagin. The official synopsis states, “When a city council candidate’s fundraiser ends in an assassination attempt, Stabler makes it a top priority to find the culprit; despite Thurman’s orders, the local precinct captain is reluctant to let Bell’s team take the lead.”

This episode will be expanded further with the 17th episode,Blood Ties,” which will be released next week and follows, “A father desperate to find his son helps Stabler uncover a sinister human trafficking operation; Bell’s investigation is undermined by a high-powered politician.” The episode is directed by Jonathan Brown and written by Alec Wells.

Take a look at the official promo for the episode below:

Watch the entire Law & Order premiere on NBC while you wait, and watch the recent episodes to stay up to date on the plot.

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