Revisit These Emmy-Nominated Episodes
Emmy’s season is here, and to celebrate, we’re not only watching the Emmy-nominated stunts on FBI: Most Wanted, we’re revisiting episodes of Wolf shows that have received Emmy nominations throughout the years. Read on for the first part of our list of nominated (and some winning) episodes that are definitely worth a rewatch.
FBI: Most Wanted, S4E12 – “Black Mirror”
Nominated: Outstanding Stunt Performance – Chad Hessler, 2023
Our most recent Emmy-nominated episode follows the Fugitive Task Force as they track two kidnapped teens in an action-packed, heart-pounding chase for a wayward pastor and his brother.
Stream “Black Mirror” on Paramount+.
Law & Order, S2E2 – “The Wages of Love”
Nominated for: Outstanding Lead Actress in a Drama Series – Shirley Knight, 1992
The double homicide of an older man and his younger lover casts suspicion on the man’s wife, portrayed by Shirley Knight, who was nominated for the role.
Stream “The Wages of Love” on Prime Video.
Law & Order, S2E6 – “Misconception”
Nominated for: Outstanding Individual Achievement in Editing for a Series – Single Camera Production – Arthur Forney, 1992
An attack on a pregnant woman that results in a miscarriage leads to a larger blackmail scheme.
Stream “Misconception” on Prime Video.
Law & Order: SVU, S5E22 – “Painless”
Nominated for: Outstanding Guest Actress In a Drama Series – Marlee Matlin, 2004
SVU detectives attempt to prosecute the moderator of a suicide-advocacy website, Amy Solwey, who is played by Marlee Matlin.
Stream “Painless” on Peacock.
Law & Order: SVU, S6E9 – “Weak”
*Won: Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Guest Actress In a Drama Series – Amanda Plummer, 2005
In their investigation of a serial rapist, the detectives enlist the help of a former cop turned psychiatrist in order to reach out to a paranoid schizophrenic, played by Amanda Plummer, who remembers being attacked by the perpetrator but is unable to express her account of it.
Stream “Weak” on Peacock.
Law & Order, SVU, S6E20 – “Night”
Nominated for: Outstanding Guest Actress in a Drama Series – Angela Lansbury, 2005
The second nomination in the Guest Actress category in 2005, the SVU detectives investigate a serial rape-murder, in which the lead suspect’s wealthy mother intervenes and obstructs the case.
Stream “Night” on Peacock.
Law & Order: SVU, S8E3 – “Recall”
*Won: Outstanding Guest Actress in a Drama Series – Leslie Caron, 2007
New partners, Stabler and Beck, investigate a prominent attorney who has been accused of rape. Struggling to make the case, the detectives track down an additional victim who had been assaulted by the suspect at 15 years old.
Stream “Recall” on Peacock.
Law & Order: SVU, S8E1 – “Informed”
Nominated for: Outstanding Guest Actress in a Drama Series – Marcia Gay Harden, 2007
The second nomination in the Guest Actress category in 2007, Marcia Gay Harden portrays Federal Agent Dana Lewis, who helps Olivia Benson investigate a case involving the assault of an FBI informant.
Stream “Informed” on Peacock.
Law & Order: SVU, S9E1 – “Alternate”
*Won Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Guest Actress in a Drama Series – Cynthia Nixon, 2008
Cynthia Nixon plays Janis Donovan, a woman whose child is missing —but her multiple personalities make finding out what happened to the child extremely difficult.
Stream “Alternate” on Peacock.
Law & Order: SVU, S9E17- “Authority”
Nominated for: Outstanding Guest Actor in a Drama Series – Robin Williams, 2008
While Robin Williams did not win the award, his role as Merritt Rook, a man who impersonates police officers while encouraging the assault of innocent victims, remains one of our most memorable episodes of SVU.
Stream “Authority” on Peacock.
Law & Order: SVU, S10E3 – “Swing”
*Won: Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Guest Actress in a Drama Series- Ellen Burstyn, 2009
Detective Stabler’s job and personal life intertwine when his daughter becomes a suspect in a trespassing case. Desperate for answers, he seeks help from his estranged mother, played by Ellen Burstyn.
Stream “Swing” on Peacock.