- Law & Order has a premiere date
- There will be a crossover of three series
- This will take three hours
Law & Order fans need to brace themselves as this is the first time in history that three separate series will cross over.
Law & Order: Organized Crime is set to kick things off, then Law & Order: SVU will continue the storyline, and finally the grand finale will take place in Law & Order.
The Law & Order crossover is said to last three hours
The Law & Order crossover is slated to last three hours and air on September 22 in the US. Producer Dick Wolf (75) proudly announced in a statement according to Deadline:
"Nothing demonstrates the power of the 'Law & Order' brand more than an ambitious three-hour event with a story that is truly ripped from the headlines that starts on 'Organized Crime', then migrates to 'SVU' and finally the trial on 'Law & Order'."
"This unprecedented scheduling block is a tribute to all the Law & Order fans who’ve been watching this iconic brand for four decades on NBC", according to NBC board member Lisa Katz.
That's what the Law & Order mega event is all about
The Law & Order mega event begins with the murder of a girl that detectives "Frank Cosgrove" and "Jalen Shaw" want to solve.
When it becomes clear that this is no ordinary case, "Captain Olivia Benson" and "Detective Elliot Stabler" become involved.
"Jack McCoy" and ADA "Nolan Price" also arrive and want to investigate an international criminal circle, but not everything goes according to plan.
If that doesn't sound like a promising three hours of Law & Order, we don't know what does!