Law & Order: Organized Crime Season 3 Part 2/ Episode 10 is set to air next year in January 2023, and here are the latest series updates you need to know.
The December 8th episode, “Last Christmas,” was a vacation episode with a notable lack of cheer as the OC Unit faced the approaching possibility of their entire Task Force being shut down when Sgt. Ayanna Bell was approached with a promotion.
Unfortunately, this suggests that all the cases that the Task Force has yet to close during this season will be pushed aside and reassigned. OC fans were waiting to see if Elliot Stabler would step up to the plate and lead the charge, but fortunately, that was not to be.
Instead, Bell chose to remain with the OC Task Force as the detectives disbanded and explored other career options, allowing them to continue with the business.
When Will Law & Order: Organized Crime Season 3 Part 2 Return?
Law & Order: Organized Crime Season 3 Part 2 will return on Thursday, January 5, 2023, and the following day on Peacock for NBC’s Law & Order Thursday.
Fans keen to hear more about Stabler’s intriguing love life will must wait. Fans will likely must wait until the season finale to find out if NBC will renew the show for a fourth season.
The cast of Law & Order: Organized Crime Season 3:
Christopher Meloni returns to reprise his role of Detective Elliot Stabler. Danielle Moné Truitt plays Sergeant Ayana Bell, and Ainsley Seiger as Detective Jet Slootmaekers will reunite with Meloni for an action-packed season.
Viewers should also learn that several additional actors, including but not limited to Ellen Burstyn, Nicky Torchia, Mike Cannon, and Rachel Lin, are set to return to their numerous recurring roles.
Additionally, Rick Gonzalez and Brent Antonello have joined the Organized Crime unit as new detectives. However, there has yet to be any word on the extent of their roles.
Of course, we cannot ignore the chance that Mariska Hargitay will appear as Captain Olivia Benson.
What can we expect from Law & Order: Organized Crime Season 3 (part 2)?
We do not expect the plot to deviate much from what we have seen in past years. Format-wise, This is a different type of display from Law and Order or SVUand we expect it to remain the same in the future.
Of course, we would like to see more scenes between Benson and Stabler. So why not give them more time together? The most challenging aspect of making this occur is that every character has a lot going on.
Where to watch Law & Order: Organized Crime Season 3?
Law & Order: Organized Crime Season 3 Part 2 premieres live NBC. Those without traditional cable/satellite television can still watch the show live when it airs using live TV streaming platforms such as FuboTVHulu with Live TV, Sling TVand YouTube TV.
In addition, people with a premium membership to Peacock can watch new episodes the day after they’re broadcast live on the platform.