Law & Order: SVU stars are getting a crossover!
Mariska Hargitay teased fans with an SVU and Organized Crime crossover that we’ve all been waiting for. She posted a video to Instagram on August 12 with a very special guest.
“Hey Chris, How ya doing?” she began. “Listen, sorry it’s taken me so long to get back to you but I’ve been shooting. I’ve been so busy and to really drip the mic on that last one which was pretty crazy with my mother-in-law.”
Excuse us, “my mother-in-law”? What does this mean?
But listen, part of the reason that I can’t get back to you is because I’m shooting my own show. You don’t even know what I’m doing. Our shows are so separate,” she said before Danielle Moné Truitt appeared in the shot. “You wouldn’t recognize any of the guest stars on our show,” Hargitay joked.
“Hi Chris!” Truitt concluded.
Two days ago, Meloni posted a similar Instagram video. He was also whispering and it featured his character’s mother-in-law, played by Ellen Burstyn.
Fans were sent into a frenzy with confirmation that there will be another crossover. Additionally, fans were more concerned about Hargitay using the words “my mother-in-law.” The comments section was flooded with Will Stabler and Benson be an item and get married? Fans are more than ready for the next season.
‘Law & Order: SVU’ Season 23 and Season 2 of ‘Organized Crime
Law & Order: SVU will debut Season 23 on Thursday, Sept. 23. The premiere will host a special two-hour event that begins at a special time, 8 PM ET. This will be followed by the Season 2 premiere of Organized Crime at 10 PM ET. The following week, SVU will once again air at 8 PM ET. However, two new back-to-back episodes of Organized Crime will debut. Thursdays moving forward, the two series will air at their regular scheduled times of 9 and 10 PM ET respectively.
Fans aren’t just ready for Law & Order: SVU but also Organized Crime. The latest spinoff series in the franchise has new updates to its cast. Dylan McDermott, who portrayed Eliot Stabler’s adversary Richard Wheatley will only be a reoccurring guest.
The series added two newcomers to its roster. Ron Cephas Jones and Vinnie Jones. Cephas Jones will portray Congressman Leon Kilbride who has been described as a “born politician who fosters connections and always plays his cards right.” Meanwhile, Jones will portray Albi Briscu His character is “an Eastern European gangster who is the last remaining member of the organization from the old country.”
The show’s creators revealed that both series would film and premiere at the same time. They teased that crossovers would be in the future, which has clearly come to fruition.