Law & Order and Law & Order: Organized Crime Renewed by NBC

NBC has ordered more of its Law & Order lineup. Both the Law & Order revival and Law & Order: Organized Crime will join the already-renewed Law & Order: SVU on NBC's schedule next season. Law & Order will enter its twenty-second season, while Organized Crime will enter its third. Both series have been solid performers for NBC, though neither is as highly-rated as SVU or Wolf's other NBC tentpole, the Chicago series. Law & Order currently averages 0.51 in the key 18-49 demo, while Organized Crime performs a bit better with a 0.54 average. Organized Crime also rates as TV's #2 10 PM series, only behind Chicago PD. Law & Order features Anthony Anderson and Sam Waterston reprising their roles from the original series alongside new stars Camrym Manheim, Hugh Dancy, Jeffrey Donovan and Odelya Halevi, while Organized Crime features Christopher Meloni, Ayanna Bell and Ainsley Seiger in main roles. These are both correct predictions for The TV Ratings Guide.

What do you think of this news? Will you be tuning in for the new seasons? Let us know in the comments!

Share this

Related Posts

Next Post »