NBC has renewed the Wolf World drama series that brought Christopher Meloni’s Elliot Stabler character back to the venerable franchise for the first time in 10 years, and revolves around the NYPD organized crime unit led by Stabler. Danielle Moné Truitt, Tamara Taylor, Ainsley Seiger and Dylan McDermott also star.
Filming on NBC’s Law & Order: Organized Crime has been suspended following a positive Covid-19 test in Zone A, which includes the cast and those in direct contact with them. It is not clear yet how long the production shutdown will last.
Production has paused on the new NBC series due to a positive Covid test in Zone A, which traditionally includes on-screen talent. The network has asked those in close contact to self-isolate as required by state and county guidelines. It’s not clear when production will resume but the April 1 premiere date is not expected to be affected.
The show will debut as part of a crossover with SVU, reuniting Christopher Meloni and Mariska Hargitay.
Dylan McDermott will star opposite Christopher Meloni in NBC’s upcoming Law & Order: Organized Crime. The two-time Emmy nominee will make his Law & Order franchise debut in the series, which doesn’t yet have a premiere date.
Elliot Stabler’s return will have to wait. Law & Order: Organized Crime, the SVU spinoff set to feature Chris Meloni’s long-awaited return to the Dick Wolf franchise, is changing showrunners and has been delayed from NBC’s anticipated “fall” schedule.
LOS ANGELES (AP) — A TV writer who has worked on “S.W.A.T.” and “Chicago P.D.” was fired from an upcoming “Law & Order” spin-off because of online posts about social unrest in Los Angeles. Craig Gore was dropped from NBC’s “Law & Order: Organized Crime” by franchise creator Dick Wolf. “I will not tolerate this […]