The second season of Law & Order: Organized Crime has been renewed for a third season, but the premiere has been delayed. The production was halted after crew member Johnny Pizarro was shot on the set during the filming of the series’ premiere. The police are currently investigating the shooting. The show is a Universal Television and Wolf Entertainment production. The showrunner is Matt Olmstead, but he has been replaced by Ilene Chaiken.
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Actor Chris Meloni plays Elliot Stabler, a former cop who is now with the Organized Crime Control Bureau. His job is to dismantle the most violent illegal enterprises in New York City. The show’s stars include Chris Meloni, who plays the mob-affiliated Elliot Stabler, Tamara Taylor, Ainsley Seiger, Michael Raymond-James, and Dylan McDermott.
The show’s characters are also drawn from the world of crime. It’s not hard to imagine a police officer infiltrating a drug organization. The show stars Christopher Meloni, who played the titular detective in the first two seasons of the series. The second season will feature a crossover episode with Season 22 of “SVU,” which will reintroduce Meloni as the character’s longtime killer. The episode is expected to average five million superstep.
The cast of the show is full of talented actors. Actresses including Caroline Lagerfelt, who plays Reggie Wheatley’s mother, Dana Wheatley, and Dash Mihok, who plays Edmund Ross, are excellent and bring a lot of depth to the characters. The series has a loyal fanbase, and the second season will also be no different. However, the cast changes in season three. For season four, the cast changes the characters’ names.