Law & Order and Chicago series from NBC will all be returning for more action this fall, with their return dates slated for late September.
Law & Order, Law & Order: Special Victims Unit (SVU) and Law & Order: Organised Crime all got renewed for another season back in May, with SVU entering its 24th season and the original series now entering its 22nd season.
The parent drama series, which premiered back in 1990, is currently two seasons behind its spin-off because it had previously been cancelled in 2010 by the network.
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However, NBC went on to revive the series following a 12-year-hiatus for a 21st season this year.
Organised Crime, the newer spin-off, will be starting its third season, following a major death after Elliot Stabler spent the season undercover as a respected member of the Brotherhood gang.
All three shows are scheduled to premiere on the evening of September 22, starting at 8pm with the one-hour premiere of the parent show, followed by SVU and Organised Crime at 10pm.
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The Chicago shows – Chicago Med, Chicago Fire and Chicago PD – will start airing their news seasons on the previous day, September 21.
The evening program for the #OneChicago block will commence with Med at 8pm, followed by Fire and then PD at 10pm.
All three shows had been renewed for a further three seasons back in February 2020, making this the last confirmed season for each of them.
Law & Order and its spin-offs air Thursdays on NBC in the US. The shows air on Sky Witness in the UK, with select episodes available