As Law And Order: Organized Crime Officially Moves To Peacock, Could Season 5 Go Full Breaking Bad?


More than a month after the other shows in the franchise were renewed for the 2024-2025 TV schedule, Law & Order: Organized Crime has finally been confirmed to return for Season 5. That said, Christopher Meloni‘s drama won’t return to NBC, but make the move to Peacock to becoming a streaming original. While it remains to be seen what NBC will do with Organized Crime‘s Thursday night time slot, the move to Peacock combined with other details of the renewal leave me wondering if OC is on the verge of going full Breaking Bad.

Law & Order: Organized Crime Officially Renewed

Law & Order: Organized Crime will debut its fifth season exclusively streaming for fans with Peacock Premium subscriptions, with all four current seasons so far already available on the platform. As expected, Christopher Meloni will be back as Elliot Stabler. The press release from Peacock did not confirm who else will be back for Season 5.

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