Law & Order: Organized Crime 3×22 “With Many Names” is certainly a high stakes finale, both for this series and for SVU. And it delivers.
Law & Order: SVU 24×22 “All Pain is One Malady” is an episode with a very difficult job to do, but it mostly pulls it off.
Law & Order: Organized Crime 3×21 “Shadowërk” is basically the sum of all of our season-long frustrations, especially with EO’s mess.
Law & Order: SVU 24×21 “Bad Things” does a good job of balancing cases new and old. But the personal, character-driven stuff…not so much.
Law & Order: Organized Crime 3×20 “Pareto Principle” is one of those episodes that, quite frankly, is the embodiment of that “it just doesn’t make sense” Olivia Benson gif.
Law & Order: Organized Crime 3×18 “TAG:GEN” is, to borrow Danielle Moné Truitt’s words for it, “a really good episode for Bell.” And overall.
Law & Order: Organized Crime 3×17 “Blood Ties” is all about fathers and sons. With real heart, and an unlikely hero, it’s a standout.
Our interview with Michael Tow covers why his guest role on Law & Order: Organized Crime was better representation for Asian Americans, more.
Law & Order: Organized Crime 3×16 “Chinatown” sets up some story points that feel familiar, just within a new community—for better or worse.
Law & Order: Organized Crime 3×14 “All In The Game” makes the incredible performances from its predecessor almost look weak.
Law & Order: Organized Crime 3×13 “Punch Drunk” a brilliant showcase of talent from both Ainsley Seiger and Danielle Moné Truitt.
After Christopher Meloni’s latest appearance on Late Night with Seth Meyers we suddenly want…fast food. And something to quench our thirst.
Law & Order: Organized Crime 3×12 “Partners In Crime” is a strong start to the season’s next chunk of episodes. The highlights? Bell and Jet.
Law & Order: SVU 24×12 “Blood Out” is a difficult episode to grapple with. Overall, no, it isn’t a good one. But…how about that EO scene?
Law & Order: Organized Crime 3×10 “Trap” is a fun setup for the series’ latest arc, which positions itself as Detective Whelan’s time to shine.
Law & Order: Organized Crime 3×09 “Last Christmas” is a bit too heavy on the action but still delivers on some precious emotional moments.
Law & Order: Organized Crime 3×01 “Gimme Shelter” felt more crossover-ish than the other two parts of the franchise’s huge premiere event. Or, rather, it felt like the most ambiguous of the three.
As the middle part of the giant premiere event, Law & Order: SVU 24×01 “Gimme Shelter – Part Two” was easily the best hour of the three.
Will there be continuity for Bensler in Law & Order: Organized Crime season 3? See what showrunner Bryan Goluboff said in our interview.
This September, save your Thursday night for the Law & Order premiere event. Get the facts and watch the promo HERE.