About The Show Law and Order
Law & Order is an American police procedural and legal drama television show. Dick Wolf creates it. Law & Order first appeared on September 13, 1990, and completed its twentieth and final season on May 24, 2010. NBC is the official airing partner of the show.
Recently, Deadline reported that NBC had given a 13-scene series request to the wrongdoing show, which will spin around the New York Police Office office crime unit drove by Elliot. The maker Dick Wolf is officially going to present the series. Arthur W. Forney, and Subside Jankowski for Wolf Diversion and General television.
Christopher Meloni’s Character Is Getting A Spinoff Series
There is some good news for ‘Law and Order’ fans, Christopher Meloni’s character, which is the most famous one will be getting a spinoff series. Meloni confirmed this piece of information himself on twitter when a fan wrote “sir can you pls confirm you’re coming back as stabler so we can all sleep easy for the first night since quarantine began??!!!?” the Wet Hot American Summer actor replied, “sleep tight.”
Apart from all this, the Spinoff is not the only focus of NBC right now. According to Deadline, plans are carrying forward for another offshoot titled Hate Crimes. Though that series stalled in May last year, at that time NBC Entertainment co-chairman Paul Telegdy said, “Law & Order: Hate Crimes is in ongoing development. I am very confident that it will happen one day.”
The sixth and seventh episodes of the show will be a spinoff if the Stabler series and Hate Crimes do get produced. The Spinoff will be the first show out of a five-year, multi-million dollar deal Wolf has struck with Universal Television. Let’s hope its a good one. We will also get to witness a lot of twists and turns in the upcoming series. We wish the team of ‘Law and Order’ best of luck!