Law & Order: Organized Crime

Law & Order: Organized Crime is an American crime-drama television series that premiered on April 1, 2021, on NBC. A spin-off of the long-running series Law & Order: Special Victims Unit (SVU), and the seventh series in the Law & Order franchise, the series stars Christopher Meloni as Elliot Stabler, reprising his role from SVU. The show features a "single-arc" storyline that will take multiple episodes to resolve.[1] In May 2021, the series was renewed for a second season which will consist of 24 episodes.[2] The second season is scheduled to premiere on September 23, 2021.[3]

Law & Order: Organized Crime
Law & Order Organized Crime logo.svg
Genre
Created by
Developed by
Starring
Narrated bySteven Zirnkilton
Theme music composerMike Post
Opening themeTheme of Law & Order: Organized Crime
ComposerRuth Barrett
Country of originUnited States
Original languageEnglish
No. of seasons1
No. of episodes8
Production
Executive producers
  • Dick Wolf
  • Ilene Chaiken
  • Arthur W. Forney
  • Peter Jankowski
  • Fred Berner
  • Terry Miller
Running time42 minutes
Production companies
DistributorNBCUniversal Syndication Studios
Release
Original networkNBC
Picture formatHDTV 1080i
Original releaseApril 1, 2021 (2021-04-01) –
present (present)
Chronology
Related showsLaw & Order franchise

PremiseEdit

In the nation's largest city, the vicious and violent members of the underworld are hunted by the detectives of the Organized Crime Control Bureau. These are their stories.

          – Opening narration spoken by Steven Zirnkilton[4]

The series centers on Law & Order: Special Victims Unit character Elliot Stabler, a veteran Detective who returns to the NYPD after his wife is killed by a car bomb. In an effort to find those responsible, he joins an Organized Crime Task Force whose cases regularly uncover connections to a businessman named Richard Wheatley. As the pieces are put together, it becomes clear that many of the suspects have a history with police brutality, an issue which also affects the leader of the task force, Sergeant Ayanna Bell.

Cast and charactersEdit

MainEdit

  • Christopher Meloni as Detective 1st Grade Elliot Stabler, a former Manhattan Special Victims Unit detective who returns to New York after retiring from the police department several years earlier. He joins a task force within the Organized Crime Control Bureau to find his wife's killers and becomes its second-in-command.
  • Danielle Moné Truitt as Sergeant Ayanna Bell, squad supervisor of the OCCB task force and Stabler's current partner.
  • Tamara Taylor as Prof. Angela Wheatley, math professor at Hudson University, ex-wife of Richard Wheatley, and a suspect in the hit ordered on Kathy Stabler.
  • Ainsley Seiger as Jet Slootmaekers, a former independent hacker who is recruited to the OCCB task force by Stabler's recommendation.
  • Dylan McDermott as Richard Wheatley (season 1; recurring season 2), son of notorious mobster Manfredi Sinatra, now a businessman and owner of an online pharmaceutical company who leads a second life as a crime boss, and was a suspect in the murder of Stabler's wife.

RecurringEdit

  • Ben Chase as Detective 1st Grade Freddie Washburn, a Detective from the Narcotics unit recruited to the OCCB task force, and Bell's former senior partner in Narcotics.
  • Michael Rivera as Detective 2nd Grade Diego Morales, a Detective originally from the Gun Violence Suppression Division recruited to the OCCB task force. He is eventually uncovered as the mole for Richard Wheatley, and is killed by Bell in the season 1 finale during a last attempt to assassinate Angela.
  • Shauna Harley as Pilar Wheatley, Richard's current wife.
  • Nick Creegan as Richard "Richie" Wheatley Jr., Richard and Prof. Angela Wheatley's older son, who aspires to follow in the family business. He is eventually arrested alongside his father in a bust, and later puts a hit out on him in the season 1 finale after learning that he was responsible for the murder of his grandfather, Manfredi Sinatra.
  • Jaylin Fletcher as Ryan Wheatley, Richard's and Pilar's son.
  • Christina Marie Karis as Dana Wheatley, Richard and Prof. Angela Wheatley's only daughter who assists her father in his crimes including the robbery of several COVID-19 vaccines.
  • Ibrahim Renno as Izak Bekher, Richard's right-hand man who begins working for the NYPD to trap Wheatley. He is later killed at Richard Sr.'s command because he was the sole witness to Richard Jr.'s involvement in Gina's murder.
  • Charlotte Sullivan as Detective 3rd Grade Gina Cappelletti, an undercover detective assigned to the OCCB task force who has infiltrated a club run by the mafia to keep an eye on Richard. However, Gina is eventually caught by the Wheatleys and is subsequently executed by Richie.
  • Nicky Torchia as Elliot "Eli" Stabler Jr., Stabler's youngest son.
  • Diany Rodriguez as ADA Maria Delgado, an ADA who formerly worked with the task force.
  • Wendy Moniz as ADA Anne Frazier, the prosecutor on the Wheatley case.
  • Daniel Oreskes as Lieutenant Marv Moennig, the commanding officer of the OCCB task force.
  • Nicholas Baroudi as Joey Raven, the owner of the Seven Knights club.
  • Steve Harris as Ellsworth Lee, Angela Wheatley's attorney.

Crossover charactersEdit

  • Mariska Hargitay as Olivia Benson, Captain of the Manhattan Special Victims Unit, and Stabler's former partner.
  • Peter Scanavino as Dominick Carisi Jr., Manhattan Assistant District Attorney.
  • Demore Barnes as Christian Garland, Deputy Chief of all NYPD Special Victims units.
  • Allison Siko as Kathleen Stabler, Stabler's second eldest daughter.
  • Jeffrey Scaperrotta as Richard "Dickie" Stabler, Stabler's eldest son.
  • Autumn Mirassou as Maureen Stabler, Stabler's eldest child.
  • Kaitlyn Davidson as Elizabeth Stabler, Stabler's youngest daughter and Dickie's twin sister.
  • Isabel Gillies as Kathy Stabler, Stabler's wife who was murdered after being involved in a car bombing committed by Sacha Lenski, Izak Bekher and Angela Wheatley.
  • Ryan Buggle as Noah Benson, Olivia's son

EpisodesEdit

No.Title [5]Directed byWritten byOriginal air date [5]U.S. viewers
(millions)
1"What Happens in Puglia"Fred BernerTeleplay by : Ilene Chaiken
Story by : Dick Wolf & Ilene Chaiken and Matt Olmstead
April 1, 2021 (2021-04-01)7.86[6]
Detective Elliot Stabler, now a member of an elite organized crime task force, relocates to New York after years of absence and works to take down a crime family who has been selling fake N95 respirators and personal protection equipment overseas while searching for the people responsible for his wife's murder.
This episode concludes a crossover event that begins on Law & Order: Special Victims Unit season 22 episode 9.
2"Not Your Father's Organized Crime"Ken GirottiIlene ChaikenApril 8, 2021 (2021-04-08)4.84[7]
The task force investigates stolen COVID-19 vaccines being distributed to corrupt doctors who are selling priority access to the vaccine. Meanwhile, Richard tries to bond with Richie over the family empire, but Dana tries to convince Richie that it is not worth it.
3"Say Hello to My Little Friends"John David ColesRick MarinApril 15, 2021 (2021-04-15)4.41[8]
The task force gets intel on a public vaccination drive being organized by Richard, so they plan to foil it while also making a major bust in the case. Later, Richie tries to convince Gina to see him but is met with pushback.
4"The Stuff That Dreams Are Made of"Fred BernerJuliet Lashinksy-ReveneApril 22, 2021 (2021-04-22)4.36[9]
Elliot, in denial about his worsening post-traumatic stress disorder, becomes subject to an intervention staged by his family and Olivia Benson, much to his dismay. Meanwhile, Gina tries to plant a bug in Richard's wine cellar while maintaining her cover in front of him.
5"An Inferior Product"Eriq La SalleZachary ReiterMay 13, 2021 (2021-05-13)4.45[10]
After a failed drug bust ends with an informant dead and an arrest by abusive NYPD officers leaves Bell's nephew hospitalized, Stabler works with Benson to investigate. Wheatley orders a hit on a gang replicating Purple Magic. One of the survivors is implicated in supplying the drugs that killed Benson's half-brother Simon. Elliot learns from Bekher that Angela arranged the hit on Kathy.
This episode concludes a crossover event that begins on Law & Order: Special Victims Unit season 22 episode 13.
6"I Got This Rat"Bethany RooneyJean Kyoung Frazier & Rick MarinMay 20, 2021 (2021-05-20)4.24[11]
Angela is arrested for ordering the hit on Kathy Stabler. She blames Richard for deceiving her by telling her it was Elliot who was responsible for her son Rafiq's death, when in reality, Richard killed him because he was ripping off Purple Magic. She then decides to cooperate with the investigation to put Richard away. Meanwhile, Dana finds out Gina is an undercover cop and informs Richard. A furious Richard then instructs a reluctant Richie to kill Gina. Bekher is present when Richie carries out the hit.
7"Everybody Takes a Beating Sometime"Jean de SegonzacMarcus J. GuilloryMay 27, 2021 (2021-05-27)4.04[12]
One of Richard's men shoots and kills Bekher, later telling Richie there cannot be a witness to him murdering Gina. The task force sets up a sting with international arms dealer Gianluca Silvano, now an informant, making an illegal COVID-19 vaccine buy from Richard. When the buy goes as planned, Stabler and the task force move in to arrest Richard, his son and his men. Richard tries to escape on a subway train, but Stabler overpowers and cuffs him. Dana is arrested by NYPD officers at the Contrapos office and some of Wheatley's accomplices are arrested as well. Bell finds out that Gina is dead and confronts Richie in his jail cell.
8"Forget it, Jake; it's Chinatown"Fred BernerZachary Reiter & Juliet Lashinsky-ReveneJune 3, 2021 (2021-06-03)4.02[13]
The Wheatleys are formally indicted. Kept under protection in a hotel during the trial, Angela collapses in the shower; her bath supplies are found to be poisoned with a Novichok agent. Wheatley approaches a U.S. Attorney to move his case to federal court, where he offers up his associates in exchange for leniency. Having learned the truth of his grandfather's murder, Richie contracts a hit on his father from prison. Wheatley is wounded, but is rescued by Stabler and Bell. Using a hidden cell phone, Wheatley arranges for Stabler and Benson to meet in the hospital where Angela is recuperating. His inside man turns out to be Morales, who is killed by Bell, but not before injecting Angela with another poison.

ProductionEdit

DevelopmentEdit

 
After working on Special Victims Unit, Christopher Meloni returned to the Law & Order franchise to reprise his role as Elliot Stabler.

On March 31, 2020, NBC had given a 13-episode order to a new crime drama starring Meloni as his character from Law & Order: Special Victims Unit, Elliot Stabler. Dick Wolf, Arthur W. Forney, and Peter Jankowski, serve as the executive producers, with Matt Olmstead being looked at as showrunner and writer. The series came following Wolf's five-year deal with Universal Television, which will serve as the series' production company along with Wolf Entertainment.[14]

The series was originally planned to be set up in the twenty-first season finale of Law & Order: Special Victims Unit, with Stabler's wife and son returning. The episode would also have revealed the whereabouts of the Stabler family following Meloni's departure as the character in season twelve. When asked whether or not the storyline would instead happen in the twenty-second season premiere, Law & Order: Special Victims Unit showrunner Warren Leight said that "it's pretty clear that Elliot will be in the SVU season opener".[15] Craig Gore was set to be a writer for the series, but was fired by Wolf on June 2, 2020, for controversial Facebook posts about looters and the curfew put in place in Los Angeles due to protests about the killing of George Floyd.[16] Gore had listed himself as co-executive producer on the series on his Facebook profile,[16] but Meloni announced Olmstead would be the showrunner for the series, not Gore.[17] The same day, the series title was revealed to be Law & Order: Organized Crime.[16] The first teaser for the series was released during the 30 Rock: A One-Time Special on July 17.[18] In July, Meloni stated he had not yet seen a script, and the writers were still working on the story.[19] By October, Olmstead had stepped down as showrunner,[20] and he was later replaced by Ilene Chaiken in December.[21] On May 14, 2021, NBC renewed the series for a second season,[2] which is scheduled to premiere on September 23, 2021.[3]

CastingEdit

During the production of the series, in July, Meloni announced Mariska Hargitay would make a guest appearance as her character from Law & Order: Special Victims Unit, Olivia Benson.[22] On January 27, 2021, Dylan McDermott had been cast in the series,[23] with Tamara Taylor,[24] Danielle Moné Truitt,[25] Ainsley Seiger, Jaylin Fletcher, Charlotte Sullivan, Nick Creegan, and Ben Chase joining the following month.[26] At the end of March, it was reported that Nicky Torchia, Michael Rivera, and Ibrahim Renno would appear in recurring roles.[27] In March it was revealed that some of the actors who played members of the Stabler family as far back as 1999, in episodes of Law & Order: Special Victims Unit, would appear in the new series, including Allison Siko as oldest daughter Kathleen and Jeffrey Scaperrotta as son Dickie, while Isabel Gillies appeared as soon to be murdered wife Kathy in the Law & Order: Special Victims Unit episode that sees the Stablers return to New York, setting the scene for the new series.[28]

FilmingEdit

Like Law & Order: Special Victims Unit, the series is filmed on location in New York.[29] Production was set to begin on the series in August 2020,[30] but was announced in September that the series was the only one produced by Wolf Entertainment to not be given a start date for production.[31] The series later began production on January 27, 2021, during the COVID-19 pandemic, with Meloni and Hargitay sharing pictures on set.[23][32] In the following months, the production on the series had been halted twice due to two positive COVID-19 tests; despite the halt, it was announced the series would still premiere on the same date.[33][34]

ReleaseEdit

BroadcastEdit

On June 16, 2020, it was announced the series would air on Thursdays on NBC at 10 p.m. Eastern Time, the former timeslot of Law & Order: Special Victims Unit, with the latter moving up an hour to 9 p.m. The series was the only new series on NBC's fall lineup at the moment for the 2020–21 television season.[35] In August 2020, the series was pushed back to 2021[36] and on February 4, 2021, it was announced the series would premiere on April 1, 2021, as part of a two-hour crossover with Law & Order: Special Victims Unit.[37][38] The first season consists of eight episodes.[39]

StreamingEdit

The series is set to be available on NBC's streaming service, Peacock, with episodes being released on the service a week after they air on NBC for the service's free tier, and the next day for the paid tier.[35] The entire first season is also available on Hulu.

InternationalEdit

In Canada, Organized Crime airs on Citytv in simulcast with NBC, unlike past U.S.-set Law & Order series which have all aired on CTV.[40] Because of commitments to other Thursday night programming like Grey's Anatomy, CTV aired the direct lead-in episode of SVU out of simulcast in the 10:00 p.m. ET/PT timeslot, airing directly against the premiere of its spin-off on Citytv.[41][42]

in Australia, Organized Crime airs on the Nine Network on Monday night timeslot starting April 12, 2021.[43]

in Germany, Organized Crime will be broadcast on September 8, 2021.

RatingsEdit

The first season ranked 11th in the 18–49 key demographic among all series in the 2020–21 United States network television season with a 1.5 rating. Among total viewers, it ranked 21st with 7.83 million.[44]

Viewership and ratings per episode of Law & Order: Organized Crime
No. Title Air date Rating
(18–49)
Viewers
(millions)
DVR
(18–49)
DVR viewers
(millions)
Total
(18–49)
Total viewers
(millions)
Ref(s)
1 "What Happens in Puglia" April 1, 2021 1.6 7.86 0.8 3.06 2.3 10.92 [6][45][a]
2 "Not Your Father's Organized Crime" April 8, 2021 0.8 4.84 0.7 2.96 1.5 7.80 [7][46]
3 "Say Hello to My Little Friends" April 15, 2021 0.7 4.41 N/A N/A N/A N/A [8]
4 "The Stuff That Dreams Are Made Of" April 22, 2021 0.6 4.36 0.7 2.83 1.3 7.20 [9][47]
5 "An Inferior Product" May 13, 2021 0.7 4.45 0.6 2.37 1.3 6.82 [10]
6 "I Got This Rat" May 20, 2021 0.7 4.24 0.6 2.53 1.3 6.77 [11]
7 "Everybody Takes a Beating Sometime" May 27, 2021 0.6 4.04 0.7 2.62 1.3 6.66 [48]
8 "Forget it, Jake; it's Chinatown" June 3, 2021 0.6 4.02 0.6 2.38 1.2 6.40 [49]

NotesEdit

  1. ^ Live +7 ratings were not available, so Live +3 ratings have been used instead.

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