For a while, "Law & Order: Special Victims Unit" surpassed the original series that was branched off to serve as the lengthiest non-animated series on prime network tv. It has now evolved into a mainstay on cable TV. The 23rd season of "SVU" is currently halfway over as of mid-2022. While many TV shows lose their appeal after only a few episodes, "SVU" has at least succeeded in maintaining interest thus far into its existence. One violent sequence in "SVU" Season 23 may be among the most graphic in the show's history, generating a lot of fan conversation after it aired. Such moments are complemented by gentler, character-focused scenes, such as a string of flirtations involving Elliot Stabler with Olivia Benson (Mariska Hargitay), a recurring character and fan favourite (Christopher Meloni). Some viewers may be curious as Season 23 of "SVU" ends and wonder when the venerable drama will return for another season. We currently know everything about Season 24 of "Law & Order: SVU." Law And Order Special Victims Unit Season 24 Release Date Season 24 of Law & Order: SVU will debut on NBC on Thursday, Sept 22, at 9 p.m. ET/PT. Once more, this places the program in the centre of Law & Order Thursdays, in front of Law & Order: Organized Crime and behind the original Law & Order. The network has vowed that at least one more season of the venerable crime drama will be produced. Super producer Dick Wolf has a contract to stay on the web for a minimum of five more years, according to NBCUniversal, the parent company of NBC, which was announced in April 2022. In the same statement, NBC also reported that "SVU" had been renewed for three more seasons. The forthcoming Season 24 will be the last set of episodes included in this announcement since the show was in the middle of its 21st season. Nevertheless, Wolf will continue to work for NBCUniversal for at least three more years, so unless there is a drastic decline in viewership or one of the show's key actors leaves, "SVU" is likely to continue past Season 24. Viewers can rest easy knowing that there will be more "SVU" once its 23rd season concludes for the time being. Name Of The ShowLaw And Order Special Victims UnitSeason NumberSeason 24GenreLegal, Police Procedural, DramaLaw And Order Special Victims Unit Season 1 Release DateSeptember 20, 1999Law And Order Special Victims Unit Season 24 Release DateSeptember 22, 2022Law And Order Special Victims Unit Season 24 Release Date ALSO READ: Is Intertwined Season 2 Release Date Expected To Arrive In 2023! Law And Order Special Victims Unit Season 24 Story Law & Order: SVU's forthcoming season hasn't received an official summary. Viewers should hope to see some of the most heartbreaking instances and a few themes that were "torn from the headlines" given the show's history. Many viewers also believe this season will officially declare Olivia and Elliot's love for one another. Even though Elliot is a mainstay of his program, Law & Order: Organized Crime, their relationship could undoubtedly exist. Consider what the authors do with Dr. Bailey (Chandra Wilson) with her husband Ben Warren from the television shows Grey's Anatomy and Station 19. (Jason George). Although they are married, the two stars of their separate series with occasional crossover episodes. Law And Order Special Victims Unit Season 24 Cast The focal point of Law & Order: SVU is Mariska Hargitay as Lieutenant Olivia Benson. Hargitay is best known for playing Olivia, despite having previously been in series like Prince Street as Investigator Nina Echeverria and the Emmy-winning ER as Cynthia. This is the best television character in the last twenty years or so. The following people are part of Hargitay's dependable group of justice-seeking warriors: Sergeant Odafin "Fin" Tutuola from New Jack City, New York Undercover, is played by Ice-T. Detective Amanda Rollins is portrayed by Kelli Giddish (Rush, The Good Wife). ADA Peter Scanavino from "The Good Wife" and "The Blacklist" Detective Joe Velasco is portrayed by Sonny Carisi Octavio Pisano (If Wanting You Is Wrong, Coyote). Additionally, it appears like a new detective has joined the team. Actor Molly Burnett (Chicago P.D., FBI: Most Wanted) will play Detective Grace Muncy, according to TV Line (opens in new tab). Although it is unknown how long she will be a part of season 24, Muncy seems to be a sharp and direct cop who is skilled at her job and has issues working with gangs. We wonder if Detective Velasco will be her partner. Speaking of gangs and organized crime, even if it hasn't been confirmed yet, we also assume that Christopher Meloni will occasionally return to play Detective Elliot Stabler. In conclusion, Rafael Barba (Ral Esparza) confronted Olivia about her connection with Elliot. Thus it seems the former coworkers still have some issues to work out. READ MORE: Is Lincoln Rhyme Season 2 Release Date Cancelled? Law And Order Special Victims Unit Season 23 Recap The Special Victims Unit, or SVU, refers to a team of specially trained NYPD detectives who look into crimes involving a sexual component. Law & Order: SVU has traditionally been episodic, effectively adopting a case-of-the-week approach that allows fans to hop in at any moment and feel like they haven't sacrificed too much regarding character development or whatever else. However, a case that would be continued in season 23 was introduced in the season 22 finale. The SVU team started working on an intimate relations case in the season 22 finale, which led them to a prominent congressman. The more Benson and her squad go into their confrontation with the politician, the more risk they face. A big conspiracy is hinted at in a trailer for the Law & Order: SVU premiere, along with Benson being run off the road. Stabler, who once appeared on SVU and is currently on Law & Order: Organized Crime, makes a cameo toward the conclusion. Law And Order Special Victims Unit Season 23 Last Episode Review Deliah wanted her social worker to assist her in changing her locks so that her violent husband could not stroll in and end up killing him, but the situation was more complicated than it appeared at first. One of Deliah's problems seems to be her inability to stay well away from Ty for an extended period. The abuse increased due to her giving in to what DA Maxwell perceived as a series of BS justifications for wanting to spend time with the man, culminating in Deliah killing him. Rollins and Carisi warned Deliah not to approach Ty, and as Carisi noted at the trial, she could have survived without her battery for one night instead of going to get. Benson correctly pointed out that the overburdened and inexperienced public lawyer couldn't possibly provide a lady like Deliah with a strong defence, in this case, giving Barba another compelling reason to rejoin SVU. Barba vs. Carisi has always been entertaining, and this was the all-too-rare SVU episode where both the cops and the courtroom were involved. Ellis wasn't available, which is unfortunate, as a side note. Andre Braugher has always been a favourite of mine. But given that Benson had no enmity toward Ellis, that wouldn't have functioned as well. Barba was perplexed as to why Benson was more enraged with him than Stabler. Barba is unaware of Benson's intense hostility toward Stabler at the time of Stabler's initial return. Benson isn't angry with Stabler anymore because they have, for the most part, resolved this issue. Barba thinks she ought to be, but I'm not sure why. All he knows about Stabler is what he witnessed in court throughout Wheatley's trial because he was not involved when Stabler left SVU. He was correct in saying that Benson and he were talking in circles about this. He knows Benson disapproved of his defending Wheatley and his argument that doing so was in her best interests. Indeed enough times were said by her. It seems that he had no options for dealing with this. What the hell was that lecture about unwavering love about? I once entertained the notion that Barba and Benson may form a compatible couple. They got along well, had terrific chemistry, and Noah also liked Barba. But all that happened before Barba quit SVU changed his profession to defence lawyers and then occasionally came back to troll Carisi in court and take cases Benson hoped he wouldn't. They hardly really have a friendship at this time, let alone anything else. Barba's support of Wheatley has sparked Benson's resentment, and the two must either find a way to mend fences amicably or part ways for good. Carisi appeared upset that Rollins wouldn't inform him that she had called Barba, but his annoyance over this immediately subsided. The two were again in their customary romantic connection the following time they were together. Was Carisi unhappy that Rollins invited the only person capable of defeating him in court? What was going on was unclear, and then it abruptly vanished. What purpose did that serve? When Benson told Deliah that she deserved to be free, she nearly exactly reiterated his counsel. Perhaps Benson's therapist can teach her how to speak to other survivors as she speaks to herself. This will probably be a key theme for the upcoming season. Where To Watch Law And Order Special Victims Unit Season 24 Online? NBC has every episode of SVU available. You can still watch the episode live when it airs if you don't have traditional cable or satellite television by using live TV streaming services like FuboTV, Hulu with Live TV, Sling TV, and YouTube TV. Do you favour watching television on your schedule? No issue. With a premium membership, new episodes will be accessible to view on Peacock the day following they air live. The episodes won't likely be available for streaming in the UK until after the new season has ended in the US. Season 23 is currently accessible on NOW and Sky TV, though. READ MORE: Roswell New Mexico Season 4 Episode 10 Release Date Is Here!