"Our job is done"

Christopher Meloni Shares Great Selfie After Finishing 'Organized Crime' Season 1

Christopher Meloni Selfie For Law and Order: Organized Crime Season 1 Ending

Christopher Meloni recently marked the end of filming Law & Order: Organized Crime season 1. To celebrate, the "Elliot Stabler" actor posted a great selfie where he thanked everyone behind the show — and had a message for the fans. "Our job is done, urs not quite," wrote the Emmy nominee...

Christopher Meloni and the Law & Order: Organized Crime stars had reason to celebrate last week.

After facing a pandemic and achieving one of TV's best debuts this season, Organized Crime has now wrapped filming of season 1. Meloni, who stars as "Elliot Stabler" in the series, celebrated with a selfie on Instagram.

Christopher Meloni celebrates end of Organized Crime season 1

Meloni, 60, took to Instagram with a photo celebrating the successful first run of his new series Law & Order: Organized Crime.

Christopher Meloni's selfie for Organized Crime season 1 ending.

"Our job is done, urs not quite," he wrote. "To the #OCOG cast and crew: thank you, it has been an honor AND a pleasure to tell a story with you.

"To those watching," Meloni added, "thank you to the many faithful and to the newbies.
1st 8 are in the books. 22 to come. #enjoysummer."

Law & Order: Organized Crime season 2 airs in 2021

Meloni's selfie also confirms his show's upcoming shoot of a full 22-episode season 2, which should excite fans! Organized Crime airs its season 1 finale this week on June 3.

Christopher Meloni, Dylan McDermott, Mariska Hargitay on Law and Order: Organized Crime

Organized Crime had a strong debut and its eight episodes were more than enough for NBC to renew it for a second season in 2021-22.

Meloni co-stars with Danielle Moné Truitt, Tamara Taylor, Ainsley Seiger, and Dylan McDermott in the cast, while Law & Order: SVU actors such as Mariska Hargitay and Peter Scanavino could reappear is crossover roles.

The new picture was also Meloni's latest fun with fans on social media, after he went viral in April for his fun responses to a trending photo of himself in tight pants.