In what can best be described as a television programming equivalent of "Avengers: Endgame," this Thursday not only brings back Sam Waterston & Law & Order for its 21st season but Dick Wolf is teaming it up with the Mariska Hargitay-starring SVU and the Christopher Meloni-starring Organized Crime for a massive night of "DUN-DUNing." But just in case you need another look at what's to come, the fine folks at the network have released a new teaser with additional looks at Waterston/DA Jack McCoy, Anthony Anderson'/Det. Kevin Bernard, Jeffrey Donovan/NYPD detective Frank Cosgrove, Hugh Dancy/Assistant DA Nathan Price, Camryn Manheim/Lieutenant Kate Dixon, and Odelya Halevi/Assistant DA Samantha Maroun.
So for a look at what helps Dancy's Price sleep at night, check out the newest teaser for NBC's Law & Order:
Here's the official trailer for Law & Order, returning for Season 21 this Thursday, February 24:
Wolf and showrunner Rick Eid executive produce the new season alongside Wolf Entertainment's Arthur Forney and Peter Jankowski; Universal Television (a division of Universal Studio Group) produce in association with Wolf Entertainment.
"Very few casting announcements have ever given me this much pleasure," said Wolf in a statement when the news was first released. "Since day one, Sam has had perfect pitch when it comes to Jack McCoy as a character who both reflects and expands our ability to understand the law. He is the ultimate conscience of the show and I look forward to him emulating the career of New York District Attorney Robert Morgenthau, who served until he was 90. With both Sam and Anthony (Anderson) returning, it shows that the 21st season is merely a continuation of where we left off." The revived series will continue its classic bifurcated format and will once again follow "the police who investigate crime and the district attorneys who prosecute the offenders." Susan Rovner, Chairman, Entertainment Content, NBCUniversal Television & Streaming, said when the news of the series return was first announced, "'Law & Order' is quite simply one of the most iconic shows in television history, and the idea of continuing its legacy and partnering with Dick on an all-new season is nothing short of exhilarating. This is great news for NBC as well as TV fans everywhere."