Organized Crime’ Officially Renewed for Season 5, Will Move to Peacock From NBC : ‘Law & Order

“Law & Order Organized Crime” has been renewed for Season 5, with the show now officially set to move from NBC to Peacock

Published Time: 09.05.2024 - 21:31:30 Modified Time: 09.05.2024 - 21:31:30

“Law & Order: Organized Crime” has been renewed for Season 5, with the show now officially set to move from NBC to Peacock.

The news comes after weeks of speculation that the show would make the jump to the streaming service from the broadcast network. The Season 4 finale will air on NBC on May 16 and stream the next day on Peacock.

Moving “Law & Order: OC” to Peacock is not altogether surprising. The show has lagged behind fellow Dick Wolf series “Law & Order,” “Law & Order: SVU,” and the three “Chicago” shows at NBC while still maintaining solid viewership. It also reportedly does very well on Peacock, particularly given its more serialized storylines, a departure from Wolf’s typical procedural format.

It was also the last Dick Wolf broadcast show awaiting word on its fate for next season. The other two “Law & Order” shows and all three “Chicago” shows were renewed back in March. Likewise, all three “FBI” shows at CBS, which also fall under the Wolf Entertainment umbrella, were renewed in Apri -


Christopher Meloni stars in “Law & Order: OC” as Det. Elliot Stabler, the role he originally played on “SVU” before departing the show ahead of its 13th season. The show also stars  Danielle Moné Truitt, Rick Gonzalez, and Ainsley Seiger. In the series, Stabler returns to New York and joins the Organized Crime Control Bureau, taking on dangerous crime syndicates throughout the city.

Wolf created the series along with Matt Olmstead and Ilene Chaiken. Wolf executive produces along with John Shiban, Paul Cabbad, Jon Cassar, Arthur Forney, Meloni, and Peter Jankowski. Shiban serves as showrunner and will return in that role for Season 5. He is the show’s sixth showrunner since it launched. Universal Television produces in association with Wolf Entertainment.

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