‘Law & Order: Organized Crime’: Here’s How Fans Feel About ‘Jet’ After Season 1

by Anna Dunn
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Law & Order: Organized Crime just finished its first season, and many fans are talking about how they feel about certain plotlines and characters. Organized Crime, starring Christopher Meloni, introduced a host of interesting and dynamic characters to the world.

One of those characters was Jet, a young hacker with the Organized Crime Control Bureau. We don’t know much about Jet yet, but fans are already obsessed.

The Law & Order Instagram account recently posted a photo of Jet to their Instagram account. Fans weighed in.

“Jet to the rescue,” the caption said. The photo shows Jet walking in a subway station with a surly look and a hot dog.

However, fans do have some concerns about Jet… That we haven’t seen more of her!

“Can’t wait to find out more about her backstory,” one person said.

“She’s an amazing character!” another person echoed, “Can’t wait to see more of her.”

“I can’t wait to find out more about her she is really one of my favorites,” another person wrote. The love for Jet is very much there, and hopefully, the writer’s room will take note.

Jet is played by actress Ainsley Seiger. Furthermore, people may be shocked to find out that this is her first major series television role. The 22-year old actress recently graduated from University of North Carolina School of the Arts.

‘Law & Order: Organized Crime’ Season 2 To Feature 3 Major Villains

Even though the story set up in season 1 isn’t over yet, Executive Producer Dick Wolf has teased some major plotlines for season 2. Season 1 of Law & Order: Organized Crime was impacted by the pandemic, complicating scheduling and making the first season only eight episodes long. It’s looking like the next will be around 24, with three eight-episode arcs.

Each arc will have its own villain to beat.

“The first third of the season is The Godfather. The second third is American Gangster. And the last third is Scarface,” Wolf told TV Line. “And these villains are going to be really bad guys that give [Stabler] a constant source of energy, outrage, belief in justice, and a different way of pursuing criminals than we’ve had before.”

Hopefully, they’ll have the time to flesh out some fan-favorite characters like Jet. They are also planning more crossovers with Law & Order: SVU, where the Elliot Stabler character got his start before actor Chris Meloni left the show in season 12.

Law & Order: Organized Crime season 2 will premiere this fall on NBC as a part of a three-hour-long Law & Order night. Other shows that’ll air that night are Law & Order: SVU and the brand new Law & Order: For the Defense which will follow a team of defense lawyers trying to prove the innocence of their clients.

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