Season 21 starts at 13th Street

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The 21st season of the resumed US series Law & Order is starting today on German pay TV. A 22nd season is already certain for the classic crime thriller. Here you will find everything you need to know about the start of series production.

This Tuesday, June 21, the 21st season of the long-running crime thriller Law & Order celebrates its German premiere at 8:15 p.m. on the pay TV channel 13th Street. Ten episodes are shown there in double episodes. All episodes are also available on-demand after airing. After the mid-season start of the current season, a 22nd season will be shown in the USA from autumn.

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In 2010, the long-lived format was discontinued despite solid ratings. For the comeback, the new season ran side by side with the spin-off series Law & Order: Special Victims Unit and Law & Order: Organized Crime on the US broadcaster NBC.

In the teaser, longtime protagonist Jack McCoy (Sam Waterston) greets us with the words: “It’s okay to play the hero, as long as you win.” (In German: “It’s okay to play the hero as long as you win.“)

Waterston played the popular prosecutor for over 16 seasons as a permanent member of “Law & Order“-Ensemble, started in 1994. In the 19th season of the sister series Law & Order: Special Victims Unit he also had a small guest appearance.

Prior to Jack McCoy’s return, Anthony Anderson (Black-ish) had already been confirmed as New York cop Kevin Bernard. Newcomers are: Jeffrey Donovan (Burn Notice) as Detective Frank Cosgrove, Detective Bernard’s fellow cop, Camryn Manheim (The Practice) as her supervisor Lieutenant Kate Dixon, as well as Hugh Dancy (Hannibal, The Path) and Odelya Halevi (Good Trouble). as assistant prosecutors named Nolan Price and Samantha Maroun.

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Finally, here is the already mentioned teaser trailer for the new season of the series “Law & Order“, which is also being launched in this country today:

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