One Chicago Shows, Law & Order and Law & Order: SVU Renewed by NBC

Five of Dick Wolf's six shows at NBC have been renewed for next season by NBC. The Peacock Network's Wednesday night lineup - Chicago Med, Chicago Fire, Chicago PD - has been renewed in full, while Thursday night dramas Law & Order and Law & Order: SVU have also been picked up. Chicago Fire currently rates as TV's #1 scripted series (The Simpsons and Abbott Elementary currently post higher averages, but are inflated by event programming that aired before selected episodes), with Med rating as #3, SVU as #4, and PD as #7. Wolf's shows have long been a staple of NBC's lineup, with Law & Order originally premiering in 1990 (before being canceled in 2010 and revived in 2022) and SVU being the longest-running live-action scripted show in American television history, celebrating its 25th season this year. Left in limbo is Law & Order: Organized Crime, Wolf's only other series on the network and the lowest-rated of his six NBC shows.

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