Law & Order: SVU

Aired: Sep 26, 2019 , Thursday at 22:00 on NBC

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Episode Summary: When an actress accuses a high-powered media mogul of attempted rape, Benson finds herself in a high-stakes game of cat and mouse. Changes in the squad room put Carisi between a rock and a hard place.
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SVU Season 21 Episode 1 Review

Sometimes watching Law & Order: SVU hurts. It shows viewers week after week what it would be like if there were cops that doubled as social workers and didn't care what it took to get justice for victims. Law & Order: SVU Season 21 Episode 1 was a powerful example of that,. In the wake of Jeffrey Epstein's death and the way so many other super-rich people have got away with sexual assault, it was hard to watch. Tobias Moore was a big-time movie director who, as ... more

 
 
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Svu Premiere Recap: Who Left? Who's Promoted? And Who's the New A.D.A.?

Law & Order: SVU kicked off its premiere with a nod to Gunsmoke, the series whose record it’s surpassing in this history-making Season 21. (Missed it? Rewind and check out what’s playing on the TV at the bar.) But after that brief, meta moment, Olivia Benson & Co. are back at it — because even after two decades, perps gonna perp. The episode opens with Carisi packing up his desk and telling Rollins he’s turned in his gun. Wait, what? She ca... more

Svu: Margaret Cho to Guest-Star - Will She Rub Benson & Co. the Wrong Way?

Margaret Cho is going from Poodle to perp. The comedian and Masked Singer Season 1 contestant will guest-star on a future episode of Law & Order: SVU, TVLine has learned exclusively. Cho will play a massage-parlor manager who’s swept up in a sex-trafficking sting operation. The episode is titled “Counselor, It’s Chinatown,” and it is slated to air in Novembe... more

Law & Order: Svu: Warren Leight Returning as Showrunner for Season 21

When Law & Order: SVU becomes the longest-running live-action TV series this fall, it’ll do so with a (somewhat) new showrunner at the helm. Warren Leight, who called the shots from Seasons 13 to 17, will return for the procedural’s milestone 21st, our sister site Deadline reports. “We have a ‘murderers’ row’ of writers and showrunners on our shows,” series creator Dick Wolf said in a statement. “What they do on a daily and weekly basis is mind-boggling. I’m thrilled that Warren is returning... more

 
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