NBC Renews ‘One Chicago’ Shows, ‘Law & Order’ and ‘SVU’

Chicago Fire and Law & Order: SVU (Credit: NBC)

Chicago Med, Chicago Fire, Chicago P.D., Law & Order, and Law & Order: SVU have all been renewed for new seasons, NBC announced Thursday.

While that’s welcome news for each show’s cast and crew, the fate of Law & Order: Organized Crime is “still in discussion,” the network said.

Organized Crime debuted in 2021 and stars SVU alum Chris Meloni as Detective Elliot Stabler.

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Per NBC, the five renewed shows are up double and triple-digits vs. last season in both total viewers and in the 18-49 demo, in the live plus 35 day measuring category.

Chicago Fire averages 12.6 million viewers this season. Chicago P.D. is watched by an average of 12.0 million viewers, and Chicago Med averages 10.5 million viewers.

Law & Order: SVU averages 11.2 million viewers, and Law & Order is averaging 7.7 million viewers.

All five renewed shows are produced by Universal Television, a division of Universal Studio Group, in association with Wolf Entertainment.

The Chicago shows — known to fans as the “One Chicago” franchise — air on Wednesday nights and stream the next day on Peacock.

Among total viewers, the three Chicago series rank among the top 10 primetime entertainment shows this season.

The Law & Order shows run on Thursdays and stream the next day on Peacock.

SVU is the longest-running primetime drama on TV in the U.S. and is heading into its 26th season this fall.

In November, NBC renewed freshman dramas Found and The Irrational for the 2024-2025 broadcast season.

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