Law & Order: SVU
The 22nd season of ‘Law and Order: SVU’ takes on the pandemic, but its use of masks and social distancing is wildly inconsistent.
"Do you root for the prosecution or the defense when you watch 'Law & Order?'" Damon Cheronis asked a potential juror.
"That one bite... I feel like I just ate a loaf of bread. People eat this whole thing?"
I’ve watched all 438 episodes of the infamous sex crime show. Here’s what I learned.
The reason women love murder shows has more to do with our own vulnerabilities than a love of death.
Shows like "Law & Order: SVU" offer viewers a brand of escapism that, instead of avoiding social issues, imagines a world where heinous crimes like rape are dealt with fairly.