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Law Order: Special Victims Unit - Season 14

Law & Order: SVU, the longest-running scripted primetime drama, has been through many cast changes over its 21 seasons of TV. Characters have come and gone, most notably the ADAs working with the elite squad of detectives known as the special victims unit.

Law Order: Special Victims Unit - Season 14

Now, with all seasons streaming on Peacock, it's time to settle things once and for all: Who is your favorite assistant district attorney to work alongside the squad? Over the years, there have been 14 memorable characters who entered the courtroom to try the perpetrators of the sexually based offenses that are considered especially heinous. Some were shared with mothership series Law & Order, some were special guest stars and some have legions of fans calling for their return.

SVU: "Beautiful Frame" makes up for that disastrous episode from last week, "Presumed Guilty". Like you said ATL&O, it's a reminder of the mothership Law & Order (which I wish was back on TV now), and Raul Esparza has truly proved himself a worthy opponent in the courtroom. I see Cabot and Novak fans flipping out because Warren Leight has said he can't bring them back because of budget issues. To be honest, I don't really want them to come back, I want more ADA Barba and I hope Leight chooses to keep Esparza in season 15 (hopefully renewed, the future seems a little bit brighter for SVU), and hopefully Leight has more courtroom drama prepared for the remainder of season 14!Great episode, loved Kaczmarek especially, so ruthless like Lois! These "spikes" in SVU's ratings are proof SVU needs to get away from Criminal Minds & CSI. I hope Tuesdays at 10 are in SVU's future, or Fridays at 10. I think Grimm & SVU would tear up NBC Fridays (Grimm beats CSI: NY in the demo).-Saco

Parents need to know that Law & Order: Special Victims Unit is the most sensationalized installment of the Law & Order franchise because of its focus on sex crimes. Graphic, unusual crimes are the norm, and victims are frequently women and children. There's some strong language ("bitch, "damn," etc.), crude sexual references, drinking, smoking, and drug use. Rape and alcoholism are major themes in some seasons. 041b061a72


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