The dates of the return of Chicago One and Law and Order have been confirmed

The dates of the return of Chicago One and Law and Order have been confirmed ...

NBC''s Law & Order and Chicago series will all be returning for more action this autumn, with their return dates scheduled for late September.

Both the Law & Order: Special Victims Unit and Law & Order: Organised Crime were renewed for another season back in May, with SVU entering its 24th season, with the original series now returning to its 22nd season.

The parent drama series, which first started in 1990, is currently two seasons behind its spin-off because it had previously been canceled in 2010.

Following a 12-year hiatus for a 21st season this year, NBC continued to broadcast the series.

Organised Crime, the newer spin-off, will begin its third season after a severe death. After Elliot Stabler spent the season undercover as a respected member of the Brotherhood gang.

The following three episodes will premiere on the evening of September 22, starting at 8pm with a one-hour premiere of the parent show, followed by SVU and Organised Crime at 10pm.

The Chicago Tribune, the Chicago Fire, and the ChicagoPD will begin airing their news seasons on the previous day, September 21.

The #OneChicago block evening show will start at 8pm, followed by Fire and then PD at 10pm.

In February 2020, all three shows were renewed, making this the last confirmed season for each of them.

Law & Order and its spin-offs air Thursdays on NBC in the United Kingdom, with select episodes available on NOW. Chicago PD, Med, and Fire air on NBC in the United States, and on Universal, 5USA, and Sky Witness in the United Kingdom.

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