Law & Order Season 22 Will Tackle Supreme Court Overturning Roe v. Wade — Plus, Scoop on Price's Past
NBC’s Law & Order will soon return with more ripped-from-the-headlines stories in Season 22, which premieres Thursday, Sept. 22.
Most of the crew will be back, including Hugh Dancy (Hannibal, The Path) as senior prosecutorial assistant Nolan Price, Oldelya Halevi (Good Trouble) as ADA Samantha Maroun, Camryn Manheim (The Practice) as Lt. Kate Dixon, Jeffrey Donovan (Burn Notice) as Frank Cosgrove, and franchise vet Sam Waterston as DA Jack McCoy. Plus, Grimm’s Claire Coffee will appear in at least one episode this season, as a lawyer.
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Anthony Anderson, however, will not return as Det. Kevin Bernard. (As TVLine previously reported, the L&O alum had signed on for just one year of NBC’s revival.)
There’s plenty to look forward to in the new season — including an unprecedented three-way crossover between the flagship procedural and spinoffs SVU and Organized Crime that will serve as the season premiere for all three shows. See below for an extended preview of Law & Order Season 22.
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