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How To Stream The Law & Order Shows For The Fall 2022 Season

The "Law & Order" franchise is an absolute behemoth when it comes to television series. The original "Law & Order" started way back in 1990, which means there is a good chance that several of the earlier episodes were taped on VHS, which really highlights how long the show has been on. Not only is there a staggering amount of episodes in "Law & Order," the show proved to be so popular that an entire franchise arose around the television series.

"Law & Order" has several spin-off shows that generally share the same format, and these are "Law & Order: SVU," "Law & Order: Organized Crime, "Law & Order: Criminal Intent," "Law & Order: Trial by Jury," "Law & Order: LA," and "Law & Order: True Crime." Of these spin-off shows, three are still being produced with new episodes, and they are the original show (which just was brought back), the longest-running live-action primetime American television show "SVU," and the recent spin-off of "Organized Crime." With new episodes of these series soon on the horizon, one might wonder where they can stream these shows if they no longer have access to cable television.

The Law & Order franchise is moving from Hulu to NBC's streaming service

According to NBC, the original "Law & Order" will premiere on September 22, 2022 at 8 p.m. EST, "Law & Order: SVU" on the same day at 9 p.m., and "Law & Order: Organized Crime" at 10 p.m. Needless to say, that Thursday in late September will be chock full of the iconic "dun-dun" that has made the series famous. It is a three-hour block of investigations, prosecutions, and interpersonal drama for long-time fans of the series. Considering how long "Law & Order" and "SVU" have been on the air, a chance to continue their long-running story with favored characters. "Law & Order: Organized Crime" is certainly sharing the night with some of the heaviest hitters on television.

As reported by The Hollywood Reporter, the "Law & Order" franchise will be moving from Hulu to NBC's streaming service, Peacock, and these shows will be available the next day after their broadcast on cable television. This means that if you have "cut the cord," you'll be able to watch new episodes of the "Law & Order" franchise the next day, assuming you have the Peacock service. President of NBCUniversal Kelly Campbell said of the move, "We are excited to provide Peacock customers with a comprehensive destination for streaming the incredible programming airing on NBC and Bravo all year long." Peacock's website notes that watching next-day streaming requires a paid subscription, and the service ranges between $4.99 for streaming with ads and $9.99 without. Either way, at least fans of "Law & Order" know what service they'll need to stream new episodes of the beloved franchise.