'Law & Order: Organized Crime' Season 2: Release date, spoilers and all about NBC crime drama
‘Law & Order’ fans, rejoice!! The spin-off series, titled ‘Law & Order: Organized Crime’, will be coming back another season at NBC. The network renewed for Season 2, which means Elliot Stabler (Christopher Meloni) will be having one more adventure to talk about.
The first season ended on a massive cliff-hanger and fans are desperate to find some answers. The eight-part edition was an instant success for the network and opened to great ratings. There was a lot of curiosity among fans to see Meloni returning to the ‘Law & Order’ universe once again. Additionally, everyone wanted to see Elliot and Olivia Benson (Mariska Hargitay) coming face to face one more time.
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‘Law & Order’ has always been a strong show for NBC and that’s why the show’s been running for over 30 years now. The original series ran for 20 years and spawned a lot of spin-offs as it came to an end. ‘Law & Order: Special Victims Unit’ has been one of the most successful spin-offs and is currently gearing up for Season 23. Meanwhile, ‘Organized Crime’ is the newest spin-off show in the ‘Law & Order’ universe and it seems like the network has some really big plans for it as well. Here’s everything we know about Season 2.
Release date and how to watch
Season 2 of ‘Law & Order: Organized Crime’ will be premiering exclusively on NBC on September 23 after a two-hour season premiere of ‘Special Victims Unit’. The show will be airing every Thursday at 10 pm ET. You can watch the series on NBC or you can stream NBC Live on Hulu + Live TV, YouTube TV, FuboTV, and AT&T TV.
The plot details are still unknown, but it will continue to follow the Wheatley story it seems. In the finale, we saw Richard Wheatley (Dylan McDermott) getting indicted for his crimes. Meanwhile, her former wife Angela Wheatley (Tamara Taylor) is under protection during the trial. However, Angela collapses in the shower and it is found that her bath supplies were poisoned with a Novichok agent.
In the end, we see Morales (Michael Rivera) being one of the guys who was helping Wheatley. Sergeant Ayanna Bell (Danielle Truitt) kills Morales after he injected Angela with more poison. The season ended with Stabler trying to save Angela and asking for help.
Season 2 will surely pick up from where the previous left off. Angela’s life is in danger and it is important for her to get okay so that she could testify against Wheatley. Meanwhile, Stabler has become a lot calmer after Wheatley’s indictment. It will be interesting to see until when he remains calm because problems are surely going to escalate now.
All the original cast members are expected to return for Season 2. Christopher Meloni will be returning as Elliot Stabler while Tamara Taylor will reprise the role of Angela Wheatley. Dylan McDermott will be once again playing the role of baddie Richard Wheatley.
Danielle Truitt will come back as Sergeant Ayanna Bell and Ainsley Seiger will return as Jet Slootmaekers, one of Elliot’s and Bell’s teammates.
The series has been created by the trio of Dick Wolf, Ilene Chaiken, and Matt Olmstead. Meanwhile, Warren Leight and Julie Martin developed it.
Wolf, Chaiken, Arthur W. Forney, Peter Jankowski, Fred Berner, and Terry Miller serve as executive producers.
We will update the story as soon as a trailer is released.
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