Law & Order: SVU 24×02 “The One You Feed” is, in many ways, the real start to the new season. And what a start it was.
Law & Order: SVU 23×22 “A Final Call at Forlini’s Bar” was a surprisingly fitting finale for the series’ landmark 23rd season.
Law & Order: SVU 23×21 “Confess Your Sins to Be Free” was, in a word, sickening. And not in the usual way. Worse.
Law & Order: Organized Crime 2×20 “Lost One” is all about Benson and Stabler as partners. And it feels. so. good.
Law & Order: SVU 23×20 “Did You Believe In Miracles?” did something we’ve been asking for all season, maybe even for years:
Law & Order: SVU 23×19 “Tangled Strands of Justice” featured absolute fire-driven performances from Mariska Hargitay and Orfeh.
Olivia Benson spends so much time at her office, and the job is so dark. Why not add an element of comfort, and evidence of behind the scenes movement, to it?
Law & Order: SVU 23×18 “Eighteen Wheels a Predator” was one of those episodes that makes you sit back and think, “this is what I’m here for.”
Law & Order: SVU 23×17 “Once Upon a Time in El Barrio” did the unthinkable: It made us know, and want to know, Detective Velasco.
Law & Order: SVU 23×16 “Sorry If It Got Weird For You” was strong in all the ways SVU usually is…but also weird in all the usual ways.
The takeaway from Law & Order: Organized Crime 2×15 “Takeover”? EO breadcrumbs. A Bensler snack. A meltdown over flirty friends.
Law & Order: SVU 23×14 “Video Killed The Radio Star” took “rich white dude with a trashy podcast” to a whole new level.
Law & Order: SVU 23×13 “If I Knew Then What I Know Now” just made it feel good to have one of our favorites back after a month-long hiatus.
Law & Order: SVU 23×12 brought season 23 back to the high quality we demand for this show. Instead of trying way too hard to be shocking, or edgy, or any other thing that just never works for this series, the storytelling allowed itself, and its cast, to just…be.
Law & Order: SVU 23×11 was aptly titled: “Burning with Rage Forever.” Basically, that’s what we’re feeling after…whatever that was.
Law & Order: SVU 23×10 “Silent Night, Hateful Night” was a hate crime that happened over Christmas. No, there’s no typo there.
Law & Order: Organized Crime 2×09 “The Christmas Episode,” as the second half of the series’ most recent crossover with SVU, had a pretty stellar act to follow. With the deeply personal story of Elliot Stabler (Christopher Meloni) trying desperately…
Law & Order: SVU 23×09 “The People vs. Richard Wheatley” was the type of television episode that was not only well worth the wait, but has also given viewers plenty to talk about for the weeks, months, and (likely) years…
Law & Order: SVU 23×08, “Nightmares in Drill City” was a well-intentioned episode of television that didn’t always hit the mark.
Law & Order: SVU 23×07 “They’d Already Disappeared” certainly got the “especially heinous” part of the intro covered. More from our review.
Law & Order: SVU‘s 500th episode was nothing if not a collection of contradictions. “The Five Hundredth Episode” was incredibly well done but not something I’d feel comfortable watching over and over again for entertainment. It brought back some familiar…