Law & Order: SVU

Aired: Mar 26, 2020 , Thursday at 21:00 on NBC

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Episode Summary: An ingenue ballerina discovers she's been secretly videotaped for a pornographic website.
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SVU Season 21 Episode 17 Review

Law & Order: SVU's dive into the world of professional ballet led to a complex plot to force girls to have sex. SVU often shines a light on sex crimes that people would otherwise not know are an issue, and  Law & Order: SVU Season 21 Episode 17 was no exception. I don't doubt that things like this happen in the real world, but did SVU have to make it so complicated? What started out as a story about one ballerina whose sleazy boyfriend turned their makeout ses... more



Svu Ep: 'It's Pretty Clear' That Stabler Will Be in Season 22 Premiere

Law & Order aficionados may not have to wait until the SVU spinoff to see Elliot Stabler in action again. In a new episode of the show’s behind-the-scenes podcast, SVU showrunner Warren Leight says, “It’s pretty clear that Elliot will be in the SVU season opener. I think that much I know.” At the end of March, news broke that NBC had ordered a Stabler-led spinoff of the ... more

John Waters Dishes on His Upcoming 'Law and Order: Svu' Episode

Ever the provocateur, no one upends expectations quite like John Waters. The Prince of Filth, the Doyenne of Depravity, the Master of the Macabre, Waters will be lending his acting talents to the folks over at TV’s longest-running primetime drama, “Law and Order: Special Victims Unit.” Over the years, the NBC franchise has developed as many a rabid devotee as Waters himself, so this special guest spot seems like a match made in ... more

New Study Reveals How Crime TV Series Distort Understanding of Race and Criminal Justice System

Today, Color Of Change released a first of its kind report titled “Normalizing Injustice: The Dangerous Misrepresentations that Define Television’s Scripted Crime Genre.” The report is a study of how scripted series that fall under the crime television genre depict the criminal justice system and play a significant role in helping to advance what the study identifies are distorted representations of crime, justice, race, and gender in media and culture. Given that these shows collectively reach tens of millions of Americans annually,... more


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