Law and Order Organized Crime 2021
Law and Order Organized Crime is an American crime drama television series premiered on NBC on April 1, 2021. In the seventh season of the Law & Order franchise, Christopher Meloni reprises his role as Elliot Stabler from Law & Order: Special Victims Unit (SVU)
The show’s plot is a “single-arc” that will be resolved over the course of several episodes. The sitcom got renewed for a second season in May 2021, with a total of 24 episodes. On September 23, 2021, the second season premiered.
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On June 16, 2020, it was revealed that the show would premiere on NBC on Thursdays at 10 p.m. Eastern Time, replacing Law & Order: Special Victims Unit, which had been moved forward an hour to 9 p.m. The show was the sole new show on NBC’s fall slate for the 2020–21 television season at the time.
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Hulu delivers live NBC, cable TV, and broadcast networks in nearly every US market. As a result, you may watch Law & Order: Organized Crime on NBC every week.
Law and Order Organized Crime Cast
- Detective 1st Grade Elliot Stabler is played by Christopher Meloni.
- Sergeant Ayanna Bell is played by Danielle Moné Truitt.
- Detective 3rd Grade Jet Slootmaekers (Ainsley Seiger)
- Prof. Angela “Angie” Wheatley is played by Tamara Taylor (main season 1, guest season 2)
- Richard Wheatley is played by Dylan McDermott (main season 1, guest season 2)
- Detective 1st Grade Freddie Washburn is played by Ben Chase (season 1)
- Detective 2nd Grade Diego Morales is played by Michael Rivera (season 1)
- Pilar Wheatley, Richard’s current wife, is played by Shauna Harley.
- Nick Creegan as Richard “Richie” Wheatley Jr. (season 1)
- Jaylin Fletcher as Ryan Wheatley (season 1)
Law and Order Organized Crime recap
This universal truth is revealed when the sex-trafficking ring that SVU’s Benson & Co. assisted in locating in the first half of this week’s crossover becomes the focus of Elliot’s fixation in the second half. (For a recap of SVU, go here.) With good reason: the illegal enterprise is enticing naive young Albanian girls to the United States by promising them modeling jobs… only to transform them into sex slaves, waitresses, and hostages once they arrive. And who is the Albanian in command of everything? Briscu Flutura
Law and Order Organized Crime season 2
The detectives of New York City’s Organized Crime Control Bureau work to dismantle the city’s most nasty and brutal unlawful enterprises in Law & Order: Organized Crime. This includes Det. Elliot Stabler, who appeared in Law & Order: SVU as one of the main protagonists.
Law and Order Organized Crime season 2 episodes
- The Man with No Identity ; Stabler goes undercover as ex-con Eddie Wagner in the Albanian mob’s attempt to take over the cocaine trade in New York City.
- New World Order ; The Kosta and Marcy Killers mobs have formed an agreement to take control of the narcotics and protection trades from the Italians.
- The Outlaw Eddie Wagner ; As a favor to Kosta’s underboss Albi, Stabler assists him in disposing of a body, but he nearly meets the same end when he discovers a personal secret about Albi.
- For a Few Lekë More ; Stabler is forced to defend himself with another Kosta member in order to sell his alter identity, and he accidentally smashes the guy’s nose, only to discover the guy is betrothed to the boss’s daughter.
- The Good, The Bad, and The Lovely ; Elliot tells SVU of possible human trafficking by the Kostas after he endeared himself to Flutura and discovered phony passports for several young Albanian women in her home.
- Unforgivable ; When Eddie Wagner’s 19-year-old son, who hasn’t seen his father since he was six, returns to town, Elliot’s cover is jeopardized.
- High Planes Grifter ; Reggie Bogdani is apprehended by Bell and Brewster, who interrogate him in an attempt to turn him against the family.
- Ashes to Ashes ;
Law & Order Organized Crime season 1
After a catastrophic personal tragedy, Elliot Stabler returns to the NYPD to fight organized crime. However, the city and police department have changed considerably in the decade he’s been gone, and he’ll have to adjust to a criminal justice system that is going through its own crisis. Stabler’s struggle to find forgiveness and restore his life will be followed throughout the series, as he leads a new elite task force that is dismantling the city’s most powerful criminal syndicates one by one. —NBC
Law & Order Organized Crime season 1 episodes
- What Happens in Puglia ; While searching for the people responsible for his wife’s murder, Detective Elliot Stabler, now a member of an elite organized crime task force, returns to New York after years away. He works to bring down a crime family that has been selling fake N95 respirators and personal protection equipment overseas.
- Not Your Father’s Organized Crime ; The task team is looking into the distribution of stolen COVID-19 vaccinations to unscrupulous doctors who are selling priority access to the vaccine.
- Say Hello to My Little Friends ; When the task team learns that Richard is planning a public vaccination effort, they devise a scheme to disrupt it while also making a huge case bust.
- The Stuff That Dreams Are Made Of ; Elliot, who is in denial about his deteriorating PTSD, is subjected to an intervention conducted by his family and Olivia Benson, much to his chagrin.
- An Inferior Product ; After a bungled drug raid results in the death of an informant and the hospitalization of Bell’s nephew due to an arrest by violent NYPD cops, Stabler teams up with Benson to investigate.
- I Got This Rat ; Angela is charged with ordering the assassination of Kathy Stabler. She accuses Richard of tricking her by telling her that Elliot was to blame for her son Rafiq’s death, when in truth, Richard was the one who killed him for stealing Purple Magic.
- Everybody Takes a Beating Sometime ; One of Richard’s men shoots and kills Bekher, later telling Richie there cannot be a witness to him murdering Gina.
- Forget It, Jake; It’s Chinatown ; The Wheatleys have been formally charged. Angela collapses in the shower while being held under guard at a hotel during the trial; her bath supplies are revealed to be poisoned with a Novichok chemical.
Law & Order Organized Crime review
Christopher Meloni has been playing Detective Elliot Stabler on NBC’s “Law & Order: Special Victims Unit” for nearly a decade, and the behemoth crime show has now aired for more seasons (22) than the original “Law & Order.” Meloni left the show in 2011 after contract discussions with NBC fell through, and he last appeared in the Season 12 finale.
His absence caused a gap in the series, which had relied for more than a decade on Stabler’s tight relationship with Detective Olivia Benson (Mariska Hargitay), but “SVU” quickly filled it. Hargitay, who is nearly synonymous with the brand at this time, has carried the series for the previous ten seasons on his sturdy shoulders.
Stabler’s significant return was to his own new “Law & Order” spinoff, “Organized Crime” (Thursdays, 10 EDT/PDT, 12 out of four), rather than the conventional two-hander of “SVU.” While Meloni’s performance as the glaring, gruff, and frequently over-the-top Elliot Stabler hasn’t slowed down, the series opener of “Organized Crime” was sloppy and aggravating, with few details that distinguish it as a “Law & Order” spinoff other than Meloni’s presence. There are no “dun duns,” no chyrons to denote the location and time, and no voiceover introducing “the criminal justice system.” Rather than a case-of-the-week format, the pilot established one major villain.