Law & Order: Organized Crime Officially Renewed for Season 5 on Peacock

It’s official: Det. Elliot Stabler will remain on the case… just not at NBC.

Law & Order: Organized Crime has been renewed for Season 5, TVLine has learned. In April, news broke that the show was nearing a deal for its upcoming run of episodes to move from NBC to Peacock, and that is exactly what will happen.

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John Shiban will return as showrunner for Season 5 — the first time in the spinoff’s history that (fingers crossed) a showrunner will oversee more than one season.

Season 5 will consist of 10 episodes, sources confirm to TVLine.

The Chris Meloni-led Organized Crime was the last Law & Order series, as well as the last of Dick Wolf’s NBC procedurals, awaiting a renewal decision this year. In March, the network re-upped Law & Order for Season 24, Law & Order: SVU for Season 26, Chicago Med for Season 10, Chicago Fire for Season 13 and Chicago P.D. for Season 12.

Season-to-date, Organized Crime is averaging more than 5.4 million total viewers (with Live+7 playback), 851,000 of whom land in the coveted 18-to-49 age demo. Out of the 11 original dramas that NBC has aired this TV season, it ranks seventh in total audience and fifth in the demo.

What do you think about Law & Order: Organized Crime‘s move to Peacock? Will you follow Stabler to the streamer? Hit the comments with your thoughts!

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