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Law & Order

In the criminal justice system, the people are represented by two separate, yet equally important, groups: the police, who investigate crime; and the district attorneys, who prosecute the offenders. These are their stories.

Show Info

Network: United States NBC (1990 - now)
Schedule: Thursdays at 20:00 (60 min)
Status: Running; returning 2023
Show Type: Scripted
Genres: Drama Crime Legal
Episodes ordered: 22 episodes
Created by: Dick Wolf

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7.4 (57 votes)

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Previous Episode

Open Wounds

Episode 22x22; May 18, 2023

When a senator is gunned down at his daughter's wedding, McCoy pushes for a severe sentence and squares up against a formidable defense attorney — his own daughter. Price aims to stay neutral but can't help but empathize with the defendant over a sha

Previous Episodes

Episode NameAirdateTrailer
22x22: Open WoundsMay 18, 2023
22x21: AppraisalMay 11, 2023
22x20: Class RetreatMay 4, 2023
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Recent discussions

CaptBJ posted 13 days ago

Why can't I watch this? I have a registered account that has been confirmed, yet, when I click on the thumbnail for the video (or the 'eye') nothing happens!

casper1701e posted a month ago

Wow...Zak Orth, whose guest character was the only likeable one in this whole ep, looks great!  Haven't seen him since Revolution.

kyrat posted 3 months ago

Very disappointing ep ... everyone questioning ADA Maroun, making her out to be 'over emotional' and taking things personally. They were the ones making excuses for the rich kid, while she was focused on his vicious & brutal murder of a man no one else seemed to value or care about.

And the Reefer Madness ripped off plot line was so 80's. 

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Also known as:
  • Закон и ред (Bulgaria Bulgaria)
  • Νόμος και Τάξη (Greece Greece)
  • Esküdt ellenségek (Hungary Hungary)
  • Lege și ordine (Romania Romania)
  • Закон и порядок (Russian Federation Russian Federation)


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