According to NBC, the original “Law & Order” will premiere on September 22, 2022 at 8 p.m. EST, “Law & Order: SVU” the same day at 9 p.m., and “Law & Order: Organized Crime” at 10 p.m. Needless to say , that this Thursday at the end of September will be packed with the legendary “dun-dun” that made the series famous. It’s a three-hour block of investigation, prosecution, and interpersonal drama for longtime fans of the series. Given how long “Law & Order” and “SVU” have been on the air, a chance to continue their long history with well-loved characters. Law & Order: Organized Crime is sure to share the night with some of TV’s hardest hitters.
As reported by The Hollywood Reporter, the Law & Order franchise will be moving from Hulu to NBC’s streaming service Peacock, and those shows will be available on cable TV the day after they air. This means that once you “cut the cord” you can watch new episodes of the Law & Order franchise the next day, provided you have the Peacock service. Kelly Campbell, President of NBCUniversal, said of the move, “We are excited to offer Peacock customers a comprehensive destination to stream the incredible programming that airs year-round on NBC and Bravo.” Peacock’s website will noted that watching next-day streaming requires a paid subscription and the service ranges from $4.99 for streaming with ads to $9.99 without ads. Either way, at least Law & Order fans know what service they need to stream new episodes of the popular franchise.