“There are very few things in life where dreams come true,” said showrunner Wolf, who created the flagship series and its hit spinoffs. Laws & Orders: Special Victims Unit and Law & Order: Organized Crime, said at the time. “Is this mine?”
The series will continue where the series left off, with a closer look at “criminal police and district attorneys who prosecute offenders,” according to NBC.
While we wait for other updates, remember to binge Law & Order on Peacock.
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