Law & Order and One Chicago Shows Renewed

NBC has locked down all six of their Dick Wolf series, renewing each of them for an additional season. The six series comprise the entirety of their Wednesday and Thursday lineups, with Chicago Med, Chicago Fire and Chicago PD forming their Wednesday night "One Chicago" lineup and Law & Order, Law & Order: SVU and Law & Order: Organized Crime airing on Thursdays. The Law & Order lineup is the latest in a recent trend of broadcast networks turning over entire nights to successful franchises, following the aforementioned Chicagos, Wolf's FBI franchise for CBS, and the 9-1-1 (which have since been split up). While the Law & Order revival floundered at times last season, it has stabilized into a strong performer for the network in its second revival season, boasting a 0.48 average that ranks the show in the top twenty among scripted originals this season. All of Wolf's NBC series rank in the top twenty, with the Chicagos and SVU also in the top ten. Chicago PD and Organized Crime are also the #1 and #2 10 PM series on broadcast, respectively. These renewals are for a single season each, as opposed to the previous three-season renewals of the Chicagos and SVU back in 2019. All six are correct predictions for The TV Ratings Guide.

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