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Law & Order: Special Victims Unit, Season 15 Episode 8, is available to watch and stream on NBC. You can also buy, rent Law & Order: Special Victims Unit on demand at Peacock Premium, Amazon, Hulu, Google Play online.
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As Rollins and the SVU detectives start to look into the case it quickly escalates from a he said, she said rape case into a murder investigation. "Law and order: SVU" airs on Wednesdays on NBC at 9pm ET. The cast of "SVU" includes Kelli Giddish as detective Rollins, Mariska Hargitay (Detective Olivia Benson), Ice-T (Detective Odafin Tutuola), Dann Florek (Captain Donald Cragen), Danny Pino (Detective Nick Amaro) and Raúl Esparza (ADA Rafael Barba). Recurring guest stars include Dean Winters (Brian Cassidy) and Tamara Tunie (M.E. Melinda Warner). Can't watch "SVU" tonight? Catch up online anytine at NBC.com.
Episode six of season 15 of "Law and Order: SVU" airs tonight at 9pm EDT on NBC. Tonight's episode titled "October Surprise" will parody the Anthony Weiner, Carlos Danger scandal. A candidate for New York City Mayor will be thrown for a loop when he is accused of sexting with a 15-year-old girl. SVU district attorney Barba will be dealing with some personal issue this episode as his childhood friend, Eddie Garcia is arrested for attempted rape. Garcia is working on the campaign of Alex Munoz, the leader in the NYC mayoral race.
Tonight's episode of "Law and Order: SVU" will be available for viewing online at NBC.com at least 12-hours after the show airs on TV. Other episodes of "SVU" from this season and past seasons are also available online. Tonight's "Law and Order" will mock the Carlos Danger scandal of one time mayoral hopeful Anthony Weiner. Carlos Danger was the name generated for Weiner on a website he was using to sext with other women. Tonight on "Law and Order" the fictional candidate Alex Munoz, will be known online as "Enrique Trouble."
Last July Anthony Wiener's hops of becoming the next Mayor of New York City went up in flames as yet another scandal was leaked to the media. Weiner had already gotten in trouble once for cheating on his wife and carrying on multiple online relationships. Promising never to do it again Weiner retreated from the political scene until showing up in New York wanted to be the next mayor. The former Congressman was caught sending explicit photos and texts to 23-year-old Sydney Leathers, who is now launching a porn career. While the real Carlos Danger had to give up his bid for mayor there is no telling what will happen tonight on "Law and Order."
The 21st season of the show premiered on September 26, 2019, and it just might be one of the best seasons yet. So far, we have seen our favorite set of detectives go through hell and back to make sure the perpetrators are caught. In one episode, Amanda Rollins puts her life in danger to catch a former detective who has gone rogue. Carisi goes against his protocols by bending certain rules to help a victim. Benson, on the other hand, is reeling after losing the love of her life, Tucker, forever. As far as Kate is concerned, well, she still needs to work on her impulse control.
That is the question on Law & Order: SVU fans' minds after last week's shocking season 15 premiere, which featured Detective Olivia Benson being brutally tortured by Billy (Pablo Schreiber). Yes, she eventually escaped and took him down, but she's clearly going to be feeling the effects, physically and emotionally, from the attack for a long time.
NBC'S 'THE MORE YOU KNOW' LAUNCHES ITS 16th SEASON OF PUBLIC SERVICE ANNOUNCEMENTS WITH NEW THEME AND NEW LOOK"Building Strong Families, Communities & Children" Theme Debuts Monday, Nov. 15 James Caan, Sean Hayes, Jesse Martin, Megan Mullally, Donald Trump & Brian Williams Among NBC Stars Participating in 2004-05 Campaign NEW YORK -- November 15, 2004 -- NBC's award-winning public service campaign, "The More You Know," officially kicks off its 16th season Monday, Nov. 15 with a new theme: "Building Strong Families, Communities, and Children" and a new look, both on-air and online at NBC.com/tmyk. The new spots, which will reach 64 million viewers per week, make their official debut tonight during Fear Factor at 8 p.m. ET. The slate of new topics in this year's "The More You Know" campaign places an emphasis on family communication, with specific messages on monitoring kids' television viewing, family emergency planning, and encouraging kids to become physically active. The campaign continues to address other important issues, such as prejudice, mentoring and the benefits of parents reading to their kids and talking to them about substance abuse. NBC stars participating in this year's campaign are: Sean Hayes and Megan Mullally (Will & Grace), Ming-Na, Goran Visnjic, Mekhi Phifer and Linda Cardellini (ER), Donald Trump (The Apprentice), Mariska Hargitay and Christopher Meloni (Law & Order: SVU), Jesse Martin and S. Epatha Merkerson (Law & Order), Brian Williams (Nightly News), Sarah Chalke (Scrubs), Joshua Malina (The West Wing), James Caan and Josh Duhamel (Las Vegas), Brittany Snow (American Dreams) and Miguel Ferrer (Crossing Jordan). Ming-Na returns to "The More You Know" for her fifth season. "Having a daughter of my own, I think these important messages serve as constant reminders of the value of family. I really hope viewers get a sense that the network they're watching cares about the families that watch our programs," says ER's Ming-Na. The PSAs were filmed at the Diamond Walnut Building, which is a unique loft space in Los Angeles, as well as on the streets of New York City. Each talent's message is emphasized by floating layered text in the background and are produced in black and white with subtle color. In executing "The More You Know" campaign, NBC works closely with a number of national agencies, including the U.S. Department of Homeland Security, National Institute on Media and the Family, CDC's VERB Campaign for Physical Activity, SAMSHA's National Mental Health Information Center and National Clearinghouse for Alcohol and Drug Information. A toll-free number will appear in each PSA, and links to each agency Web site can be found on "The More You Know's" comprehensive website (NBC.com/tmyk). Each week, "The More You Know" PSAs are incorporated into primetime and late night programming, reaching a vast audience. In addition, "The More You Know" PSAs can be seen every Saturday morning on Discovery Kids on NBC programming, where the messages speak directly to teens. These spots focus on issues related to staying in school, building self-esteem, and coping with bullying, along with anti-substance abuse and anti-smoking messages. Since its inception in 1989, NBC's "The More You Know" campaign has produced Emmy Award and Peabody Award-winning public service announcements that educate and raise awareness about important societal issues ranging from prejudice to parental involvement. "The More You Know" is the longest-running, most comprehensive network public service campaign in the media landscape.
The Following starring Kevin Bacon (which aired on CTV last year in the Monday 9 p.m. time slot) took this approach last season, with 15 consecutive episodes from January to April, a departure from the usual format of 22 original episodes spread over a season with repeats in between. In a first for CTV, spots promoting the drama urged viewers to set their PVRs for the show.
Viewers can expect more networks to stack original episodes together this year, says Malcolm Dunlop, executive VP, television programming at Rogers. For instance, in the U.S., ABC will air Betrayal, a new drama about an affair between a photographer and a lawyer, in the fall with 12 consecutive episodes, and follow that with Resurrection, a fantasy drama about people believed to be dead reappearing, in mid-season. City will broadcast both shows this season, but has not scheduled a slot for Resurrection as yet. 350c69d7ab