Is Law & Order: Organized Crime Season 4 coming in 2023?

We have a rough fall schedule and a lot of strike action happening. Will we see Law & Order: Organized Crime Season 4 in 2023?

When NBC announced its fall schedule, one thing was clear. We wouldn’t get Law & Order: Organized Crime Season 4 in 2023. The series is being held for the midseason.

In a way, the decision to hold the Christopher Meloni series for the midseason isn’t that surprising. The show is being cut to just 13 episodes for the season, and that is the traditional length for a midseason series.

When will it premiere, though? There is a chance that we’re waiting a while and it will end up being put into the schedule with its fellow Law & Order shows.

When will Law & Order: Organized Crime Season 4 premiere on NBC?

It’s a good thing that the series was initially pushed to the midseason. It’s looking less and less likely that the fall schedule will happen as planned. Not only are the writers on strike, but the actors are too. This is going to cause more problems for production plans.

The writers strike started as NBC announced its fall schedule. Holding Organized Crime for the midseason meant that it likely wouldn’t be affected too much. Now there is a chance that some of it will be affected, but still not on the level that other shows will be affected.

The earliest we’re looking at Law & Order: Organized Crime Season 4 to come to NBC is January 2024. There’s no guarantee of this, though, and we won’t really know what could happen until the strike action comes to an end. This is set to be a long strike, and rumor has it that the studios are trying to hold out until the fall to “negotiate” as the writers will be more willing to take a less fair offer. This could mean filming won’t be able to start until December or January, and then it depends on the actors.

Law & Order: Organized Crime is available to stream on Peacock.