Daniel Monet Truit, Christopher Meloni and Dylan McDermott get involved in the New York set of Law and order: Organized crime.
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Whether you’re enjoying his new addition to Dick Wolfe’s Law and order The universe itself or just watching in the hope that this week’s crime will have to take a deep hit, you’re in luck: Christopher Meloni Law and order: Organized crime retains its Apple Bottoms in the Big Apple for a second season. As NBC announced on Friday, the series will join its uniformly arranged line on Thursday night this fall, closing the evening at 22:00 after season 23 of Law and order: SVU at 9 p.m., and Wolf’s newly announced addition Law and order: For defense at 20:00
Launch of the show through a crossover event with Meloni’s former NBC series, Law and order: SVU,, Organized crime finds his protagonist, Elliott Stabler, who unwinds after his wife’s death and is returned to the NYPD as part of their elite working group on organized crime, along with Dylan McDermott, Daniel Monet Truit, Tamara Taylor and Ainsley Seiger. As much as we love watching him go, we much prefer to see Christopher Meloni stay.