Premieres Wednesday, June 21 at 8/7c on NBC
Now back after a 12-year hiatus, “Law & Order” is continuing its legacy with its 22nd season.
Law & Order: SVU has made history as the longest-running primetime drama in the history of television.
Starting over where it all began, Detective Elliot Stabler (Christopher Meloni) rejoins the ranks to take on New York’s most devious crime syndicate with a new task force.
For the fearless team of firefighters, rescue squad members, and paramedics of Chicago Firehouse 51, being a hero is not a choice—it’s a duty.
We take viewers inside the harrowing and politically charged world of the Chicago Police Department with “Chicago P.D.,” a powerful police drama driven by the stories of the men and women who make up the Intelligence Unit, a specialized squad that works to combat some of the city’s most horrific crimes.
No day is the same for the doctors, nurses, and staff members at Chicago’s state-of-the-art trauma center—but that’s to be expected inside the world of “Chicago Med.”
Diving head first into the non-stop action of counterintelligence, investigating incredulous crimes, and working tirelessly to keep the nation safe—that’s just another day on the job for the first-class agents, analysts, and talented individuals under the Federal Bureau of Investigation’s New York banner.
“FBI: Most Wanted” is a high-stakes drama centered around the action-packed lives and daily heroics of the individuals within the FBI’s Fugitive Task Force.
“FBI: INTERNATIONAL” follows the elite operatives of the FBI International Fly Team as they put their lives on the line to protect the U.S. and its people.
COLD JUSTICE — Season: 1 — Pictured: (l-r) Aaron Sam, Steve Spingola, Tonya Rider, Kelly Siegler, Johnny Bonds — (Photo by: Kurt Iswarienko/Oxygen)
Veteran prosecutor Kelly Siegler is our justice-seeking guide in “Cold Justice,” one of the latest unscripted true crime series in the Wolf Entertainment lineup.
“Nightwatch” chronicles the sacrifice and heroic work of the first responders in New Orleans, a singular city filled with rich culture and a vibrant community.
For ten seasons, “Law & Order Criminal Intent” chronicled the cases that faced the New York City Police Department’s Major Case Squad, a division made up of brilliant and dynamic detectives who investigate some of the city’s most difficult crimes.
“Law & Order LA” took the police drama from the streets of New York City to the sunny backdrop of California, following the Los Angeles Police Department’s Robbery Homicide Division where Detectives Ricardo Morales (Alfred Molina), a former deputy district attorney, and Tomas “TJ” Jaruszalski (Corey Stoll), the offspring of a Hollywood legend, solved crimes within the City of Angels alongside Det. Rex Winters (Skeet Ulrich).
“Law & Order Trial by Jury,” the fourth installment of the “Law & Order” franchise, focused on what happens once the investigation enters the courtroom, shining a light on the individuals inside the Manhattan District Attorney’s office who tirelessly fight for justice within a complicated legal system.
“Chicago Justice” focused on the State’s Attorney’s team of prosecutors and investigators as they navigated the realities of city politics and controversy while fighting for justice every step of the way.
CRIMINAL CONFFESSIONS — Pictured: “Criminal Confessions” Key Art — (Photo by: Oxygen)
“Criminal Confessions” takes us directly into the high-stakes environment that is a police interrogation room, shining a direct light on the strategic maneuverings used to draw out the message of truth.
Hosted by Emmy Award-winning television journalist Josh Elliott, “First Responders Live” is an unflinching, in-depth look at the daily heroics of the firefighters, police officers, EMS technicians, and first responders who fearlessly risk their lives and make decisions without hesitation.
MURDER FOR HIRE — Pictured: “Murder for Hire” Key Art — (Photo by: Oxygen)
When it comes to the business of contract killing, there is no shortage of dark plotlines, webs of betrayal, and utter shock.
In addition to the main storylines in each episode, subplots explored the private lives of the show’s characters.
A reboot of the famed police procedural drama franchise “Dragnet,” our 2003 rendition brought us back to the stories and fast-paced investigations of Det. Joe Friday (Ed O’Neill) and his partner Frank Smith (Ethan Embry) in Los Angeles.
In “Deadline,” the stories of crimes and heroics went from the police precincts to the offices of the New York Ledger, showcasing the journalists behind the publication that graced the desks and newstands of “Law & Order.”
“Players” focused on the stories of Isaac ‘Ice’ Gregory (Ice-T), Alphonse Royo (Costas Mandylor), and Charlie O’Bannon (Frank John Hughes), three ex-convicts tasked to track down criminals after they are unexpectedly asked to join a new FBI program led by Agt. Christine Kowalski (Mia Korf).
Set in the lively Las Vegas, “Nasty Boys” featured the stories of the North Las Vegas Police Narcotics Unit.