law and order:svu
The characters of Law & Order: SVU has been putting people behind bars for 20 years now. Ever wondered what their MBTI® Types are? Wonder no more.
Law and Order: SVU's dedicated fans have eagle-eyed some pretty jarring plot holes since 1999. Click here to see which 10 made the list!
All the best movies and TV shows leaving Netflix in January 2018, from Saw and Gremlins to Mean Girls and Lost. Watch them while you can!
Continuing its tradition of "ripped from the headlines" stories, Law & Order: SVU will base an episode on the Harvey Weinstein scandal.
Sam Waterston is set to reprise his classic Law & Order character Jack McCoy on an episode of the new season of Law & Order: SVU.
Has the sole surviving series in the once-massive Law & Order franchise outlived it's increasingly-politicized branding?
Stabler did commercials, Benson speaks in tongues, and Munch gets around, and more fascinating facts about SVU.
A Law & Order: SVU episode will be based on the "Making a Murderer" case, with Henry Thomas guest-starring
NBC has officially renewed the TV series ‘The Blacklist', ‘Grimm’, ‘Chicago Fire', ‘Chicago P.D.’, and ‘Law & Order: SVU’ for additional seasons.
The fall television season is now officially underway. Start planning your next 3 months of TV watching right now with our guide to premiere dats and times!
Thanksgiving brings with it more than just food. Check out the many TV marathons scheduled for this holiday weekend.
Hope you don't have any Halloween plans, cause there's a bunch of stuff to watch on TV tonight. No joke. What will you be watching? Boo!
This week: Lucy Liu joins 'Southland' Season 4, 'Game of Thrones' adds two book characters, and 'Law & Order: Special Victims Unit' casts a familiar doctor and lawyer.
Unlike his fellow cast members Christopher Meloni and Mariska Hargitay, Ice-T will continue his role on 'Law & Order: Special Victims Unit' for at least two more years. Is it enough to save the series?
Original 'Special Victims Unit' cast member Christopher Meloni will not return for the show's thirteenth season on NBC.
Oscar-winning British actor Jeremy Irons set to make his American episodic television debut in January on NBC's 'Law & Order: Special Victims Unit'