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Here’s When Law & Order Season 24 Premieres

Your favorite detectives and prosecutors will be back for another season of Law & Order on NBC! Find out all the details for the 2024-2025 season.

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NBC’s beloved crime procedural Law & Order has been renewed for a new season.

The network announced its decision to renew the popular police and legal drama for its 24th season Thursday after noting the show’s popularity had soared this season.

Law & Order is averaging 7.7 million more viewers than it was last season, a growth of 56%. The show also saw a 122% increase in viewers between the ages of 18 to 49.

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Fans have already been on an emotional ride in Season 23 after saying goodbye to long-time District Attorney Jack McCoy (Sam Waterston) in a powerful send-off last month. Tony Goldwyn took the reins as the new District Attorney Nicholas Baxter earlier this month.

Season 24 is sure to have the same ripped-from-the-headlines storylines, complex legal cases and heartfelt personal stories fans have come to know and love.

Here’s everything we know so far about the 2024-2025 season of Law & Order.

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DA Nicholas Baxter (Tony Goldwyn) on Law & Order Season 23 Epsiode 7. Photo: Virginia Sherwood/NBC

When will Law & Order Season 24 premiere?

Law & Order returns October 3 to NBC and occupies its normal time slot: Thursdays at 8/7c.

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Who will be in the Law & Order Season 24 cast?

At this time, no changes have been announced to the current cast.

In Season 23, Detective Jalen Shaw (Mehcad Brooks), Detective Vincent Riley (Reid Scott), and Lt. Kate Dixon (Camryn Manheim) are working the investigations in the police precinct, while Baxter, Executive Assistant District Attorney Nolan Price (Hugh Dancy) and ADA Samantha Maroun (Odelya Halevi) are handling the legal aspects of each case.


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Det. Vincent Riley (Reid Scott) and Det. Jalen Shaw (Mehcad Brooks) on Law & Order Season 23 Episode 3, “Turn The Page”. Photo: Will Hart/NBC

What has happened so far in Season 23 of Law & Order?

Police and prosecutors have had their fair share of challenges as they navigate new relationships, complicated cases and unconventional suspects.

On the police side, Shaw and Riley are still navigating their new partnership after Riley transferred into the precinct at the start of the season. The divorced dad was on the heels of a six-month suspension for punching a police captain — although he had a fairly good reason for the blow.

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As Dixon explained, the captain in question called her “something he shouldn’t have” when Riley, who was struggling with his own personal issues at home, stepped in to defend her honor.

“He threw a punch for me, who does that? And as stupid and as reckless as it was, I appreciate what he did,” Dixon said.

Lt Kate Dixon sits at the witness stand on Law And Order Episode 2303

Lt. Kate Dixon (Camryn Manheim) on Law & Order Season 23 Episode 3, “Turn The Page”. Photo: Will Hart/NBC

The Manhattan District Attorney’s Office had its own dramatic shake-up when McCoy announced he’d tendered his resignation. McCoy made the noble decision to step away from the prosecutor’s office after clashing with the mayor about how to proceed in a high-profile murder case. Despite the mayor’s wishes to back off the case, McCoy was determined to get justice and stepped into the courtroom one last time to successfully argue the case himself before stepping away to minimize the fallout from his decision for the rest of the office.

His legacy is still being felt by Price, who has struggled to fall in step with the new DA.

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Baxter, who comes from a politically connected family, has already made it clear he plans to mend fences with the mayor’s office.

“A top priority of mine is gonna be to get people back on the same page,” he told Price in their first sit-down together. “This office is part of a system and that system works most effectively when it works together, especially when it comes to my senior staff. I need to know that I have a team I can trust.”

Where can I watch Law & Order?

Fans can catch up with their favorite detectives and prosecutors on Thursdays at 8/7c p.m. on NBC. New episodes also stream on Peacock the following day.


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