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Law & Order: Organized Crime Is Moving To Peacock for Season 5 — Everything To Know

Find out whether Christopher Meloni will reprise his role as Detective Elliot Stabler in the upcoming fifth season of Organized Crime, which will be shown exclusively on Peacock.

By Jax Miller

Cue the famous Law & Order music because Law & Order: Organized Crime is moving exclusively to Peacock.

How to Watch

Watch Law & Order: Organized Crime Thursdays at 10/9c on NBC and next day on Peacock.

The drama series that centers on detectives from the NYPD's Organized Crime Control Bureau will be headed to the streaming platform for the show’s fifth season, where they’ll continue tackling New York City’s most vicious and violent criminal syndicates.

RELATED: Stabler’s Brother Gives Cryptic Warning That the Family’s in Danger on Organized Crime

The Law & Order spinoff first premiered in 2021 on NBC, where it aired for its first four seasons. 

Here’s everything we know so far about the upcoming season. 

Will Christopher Meloni star in Law & Order: Organized Crime Season 5 on Peacock?

Yes, Christopher Meloni will reprise his role as NYPD Detective Elliot Stabler for Season 5 of the show, which will run on Peacock.

Det. Stabler first appeared in the franchise in 1999 with the premiere of Law & Order: Special Victims Unit alongside his longtime partner, Olivia Benson (Mariska Hargitay). Stabler will continue to pursue criminals of the underworld for the upcoming season of Organized Crime.

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Who will be in the cast of Law & Order: Organized Crime Season 5?

Right now, besides the return of Meloni as Det. Stabler, it's unknown which other cast members will be returning. Check back with NBC Insider for updates. As of Season 4, the cast includes Danielle Moné Truitt as Sergeant Ayanna Bell, Ainsley Seiger as Detective Jet Slootmaekers, and Rick Gonzalez as Detective Bobby Reyes. Tate Ellington joined the cast in Season 4 as tech whiz and Artificial Intelligence specialist Kyle Vargas.

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John Shiban will return as the series showrunner for Season 5, according to a press release from Peacock. Emmy-winning producer Dick Wolf, who created the show with Matt Olmstead and Ilene Chakin, will return as an executive producer, as will Meloni, Shiban, Paul Cabbad, Jon Cassar, Arthur Forney, and Peter Jankowski.

Det. Jet Slootmaekers, Sgt. Ayanna Bell, and Det. Bobby Reyes look at a laptop behind a desk in Law & Order: Organized Crime 401.

When will Season 5 of Law & Order: Organized Crime premiere on Peacock?

There’s no word yet on when Organized Crime Season 5 will debut on Peacock, but check back for updates on NBC Insider. The first four seasons are currently already streaming on Peacock.

RELATED: A Detective Was Killed on Organized Crime — And Stabler Buried the Body

Season 4 of the drama series is still underway, its penultimate episode airing Thursday, May 9, 2024, at 10/9c p.m. on NBC. Det. Stabler is recently back out in the world after being undercover after attempting to infiltrate a militia of former Marines to search for heroin linked to his younger brother, Joe Jr.

On May 1, 2024, Meloni teased fans on his Instagram page, sharing a cast and crew photo — which included Dean Norris and Ellen Burstyn (who play his older brother, and mom) — as they wrapped filming for Season 4.

“Season 5 coming for ya,” Meloni stated as a hashtag.

When is the Season 4 finale of Law & Order: Organized Crime?

Audiences will have to wait until Thursday, May 16, 2024, to watch the Law & Order: Organized Crime Season 4 finale, which will air on NBC. The episode will stream the following day on Peacock.

Catch up on previous seasons of Law & Order: Organized Crime on Peacock.