‘Law & Order: SVU’ Star Ice-T Has a Show on IMDb TV That You Can Watch for Free

by Jonathan Howard
law-order-svu-ice-t-show-imdb-tv-watch-for-free

Have you ever been watching Law & Order: SVU and thought to yourself, “I need to see more Ice-T on my television,?” Well, guess what, the rapper turned actor has a show on IMDb TV that you can watch for free.

If you want to know about the show, it is called The Mediator. This is a law-based show that stars Ice-T as he settles civil disputes. Much like other courtroom-based shows, the host hears both sides of the issue, consults with experts, and then makes a decision. Of course, there will be drama. There are going to be fights, and so much more.

It has a full season and that season is up for free in its entirety. Part of the show, to be honest, is watching his reactions to people’s issues. As a non-law professional, Ice-T has a great point of view on things. It seems that his years of experience in Law & Order: SVU have allowed him to expand into other adjacent projects. This one is for all those fans that just love to see Ice-T and hear him react to things. Honestly, we should just let him be a judge in real life.

Over the years, Ice-T has made his impact on Law & Order: SVU. Fin Tutuola is a great character. His comments and questions range from hilarious, to insightful and wise. He is also the resident hip-hop expert on the team. Because of course, he is. He has always given information to the team about rap music, whenever it comes up. There have been many rap artists on the show that have been victims, suspects, and other characters.

‘Law & Order: SVU’ Ice-T Explains Drill to Carisi

District Attorney Dominick Carisi and Detective Tutuola were spending time together on the last episode of Law & Order: SVU. During the episode, the two have a laptop pulled up and were playing a music video. The rapper, named G in the show, was a Drill artist. Of course, Ice-T’s character broke down the genre and what was happening in the clip.

“The music’s called drill,” he said. “It’s made famous by Chief Keef out of Chicago. It spread everywhere. It’s like competition on whose crew is the hardest.”

When it comes to breaking down hip-hop and rap, the show lets Tutuola really get into things. Ice-T has a wealth of knowledge and the show writers let him put it on display. This episode, Nightmares in Drill City, was the latest example of Ice-T sharing information with the rest of the team.

Law & Order: SVU is getting the second part of the season started. There is going to be a big crossover with Organized Crime that will have fans excited. With Richard Wheatley making his return, there is no telling what might happen in this next story arc.

Outsider.com