‘Things Are Just A Little Off’: Law And Order: Organized Crime Star Talks Navigating Grief And Stabler’s Focus In Season 4

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Law & Order: Organized Crime returns in the 2024 TV schedule, but the fourth season won’t just start fresh after where last season ended. The finale back in the spring delivered the tragic death of Detective Jamie Whelan, played by Brent Antonello. While months have passed in the OC universe between Whelan’s death and the Season 4 premiere, actress Danielle Moné Truitt shared how that loss will still be affecting the team… and Stabler’s focus.

The third season finale (available streaming with a Peacock Premium subscription) featured Stabler telling Benson (appearing as part of an SVU crossover) that he was going back undercover, while Bell, Jet, and Reyes would presumably return to their regular jobs. When I spoke with Danielle Moné Truitt, who plays Sergeant Bell, about Season 4 of OC, I asked if the team is still dealing with Jamie Whelan’s death, even months later. The actress shared:

Yes, we definitely are. So when you see us in the first episode, you’re gonna see that we are all still dealing with his death and just the loss. Not having him there, his desk is still just empty. Nothing has been changed on it since he was last at that desk. Stabler is just coming back from doing an undercover job that he took so he could kind of… not really deal with it, but cope with the grief of losing him so abruptly. And then you see Jet and Reyes trying to navigate the office without him being there. They were all very close. And then Bell is helping the team navigate their loss by kind of just being honest with them about where they’re at.

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