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17×18 “Unholiest Alliance” Episode Synopsis

03/23/2016 (09:00PM – 10:00PM) (Wednesday) : When one of their own is implicated in a cover-up, the SVU struggles to unravel a sex trafficking operation deeply-rooted in government offices, the police department, and the Catholic Church. Starring Mariska Hargitay, Ice T, Kelli Giddish, Raúl Esparza and Peter Scanavino. Guest starring Andy Karl, Michael O’Keefe, Robert John Burke, Jonathan Cake and Peter Gallagher.

Mega Buzz: Who’s Returning From Rollins’ Past on SVU?

Just as one person left Detective Rollins’ life on Law & Order: SVU, another one is coming back in.

The new season will feature the return of Rollins’ sister (Lindsay Pulsipher) — but she’s bringing a new face with her. “We’ll see her sister and meet her mother,” executive producer Warren Leight tells “Even if their intent is to be supportive, and I’m not even sure it is, her family showing up is not a great thing for her — nothing good comes from seeing her sister or her mother.”

As to why they’re coming around, could Rollins be expecting a baby just like Kelli Giddish is in real life? “By the end of the premiere you’ll know part of the answer to that question,” Leight teases.

Regardless, Rollins is dealing with tons of change this season after the exit of her partner – and part-time love interest – Detective Amaro (Danny Pino). “This guy was a rock in the department and he was there emotionally for Benson and Rollins and, at times, physically for Rollins,” Leight says. “So they’re both missing him. We don’t have people moaning about it, but you sense that it’s changed the rhythm.”


Fall Premiere Dates

Season 17 of Law & Order: SVU returns September 23rd at 9pm for a Two Hour Season Premiere.

Season 16 on DVD

Law and Order: SVU Season 16 will be coming out on DVD August 11th. You can pre order it here. Here is the cover art for the the DVD.


Postmortem: Find Out Which Series Regular Has Left Law & Order: SVU

[Spoiler alert: The following contains information from the Law & Order: SVU season finale. Read at your own risk!]

Just as the Law & Order: SVU family is growing with the official adoption of baby Noah, the squad is losing a member with the exit of Detective Nick Amaro.

Wednesday’s finale saw the culmination of a nearly two-season long story when Benson (Mariska Hargitay) was granted custody to Noah. But the hour wasn’t without drama as the trial of Noah’s birth father, sex trafficker Johnny D, ended in gunfire, with Detective Amaro (Danny Pino) not only shooting Johnny D, but taking a few gunshots. In the end, Amaro, who joined the squad in Season 13, decided it was time to move West to be with this family.

“It’s a bittersweet ending,” executive producer Warren Leight tells “Noah Porter Benson is now part of Olivia’s family and Amaro is going to go West to be closer to his two kids and to start fresh, and he goes out a hero.”

Read on for a more in-depth look into why it was time for Pino to exit the series, how it affects the squad moving forward and get a tease for what’s to come in Season 17.

Why was now the right time for Pino to leave the show?
Warren Leight: it’s hard because I’m a hoarder and I adore Danny. But we explored a lot of facets about him and the reality is that the anger he’s occasionally been unable to control has put him in a bad place at the NYPD. [Benson] is looking for a No. 2 and he wants it — Finn doesn’t want it, Rollins doesn’t — and he got shot down very quickly. These days, there is so much attention to police abuse of power that a guy like Amaro, who has crossed a line a few times, is basically dead-ended. The best that could happen to a detective like him right now is that they let him play out the string with no possibility of advancement and that didn’t seem like something his character would want. His marriage has also fallen apart, but his daughter has moved out West, this other son of his from a prior relationship has moved out West, so there’s not much keeping him [in New York]. It seemed to be, in a strange way, right for Amaro to start fresh somewhere else. It’s not to say any of us enjoys it, but it seems like that’s where the story was going and I think all of the actors felt like the exit was honored.

Will his exit be addressed in the premiere next season?
Leight: It’s noticed, but as is usually the case, the first episode of the season has such a pace to it that you don’t have a lot of time to dwell on it. The season starts with a pretty dark episode, a two-parter, in pursuit for a bad guy with a lot of resources. But there are moments when you feel his absence.

Will we learn who is replacing Benson as sergeant right away?
Leight: Not in the first couple of episodes, but then it will come more into focus and play out. While we’re hunting [the premiere’s bad guy], we’re not worried about succession, but I think we’ll see [Benson] stepping up to lieutenant as the season goes on.

Now that she’s adopted Noah, will he remain a big part of the show?
Leight: The drama of will she be able to keep him is put to rest but … I’m sure we’ll see him. Parenting is a journey and a great journey for Benson to go on because it’s one thing to be a foster mother of an infant, but now he’s a toddler. Parenting never gets easier as the kids get older.

Will Johnny D come up again?
Leight: There will be repercussions because what’s going to happen when your kid starts asking about who his biological parent is? That’s a grim story that has to be told to him at some point. It weighs on Olivia.

What can you tease for the rest of the team?
Leight: Rollins (Kelli Giddish) will go through a lot of changes. Barba (Raul Esparza) is so much a part of the team now, so I think we can get more invested in his personal life. Carisi (Peter Scanavino) secretly would like to be sergeant, but it would be unseemly since he’s been there only for a short while. It’ll be interesting too what happens when he graduates from law school. Does he pass the bar? Does he stay as a cop for awhile? He’s adjusting to life at SVU pretty well, but he’s still a work in progress. The theme of this season has been family and next year, we’re looking at transitions or passages. It should be a year where wherever everyone starts at the beginning of the [season] is not where they end.

Law & Order: SVU returns to NBC in the fall.


Law & Order: SVU Renewed for Season 17

It was just announced that Five NBC shows were newed for the 2015-2016 Season. Grimm, The Blacklist, Chicago Fire, Chicago PD and Law & Order: SVU. That means that SVU will be going into it’s Season 17th season.

Exclusive: Law & Order: SVU Books The Fosters’ Teri Polo

Teri Polo is staying busy during her downtime from The Fosters.

The star of the ABC Family drama, which wraps its summer run on Monday at 9/8c, is set to guest-star opposite Mike Hammer’s Stacy Keach on Law & Order: SVU this fall, has learned exclusively.

Polo will play Cordelia, the lawyer daughter of Orion Bauer (Keach), the esteemed owner of a family-run sportswear empire. The Bauers’ lives and livelihood are turned upside-down when the face of their best-selling clothing line is charged with serial rape. NYPD Blue alum Henry Simmons will also appear as Shakir “The Shark” Wilkins, the basketball star at the center of the controversy, and TV vet Sandy Duncan (The Hogan Family) will portray the judge presiding over the rape case.

The episode, titled “American Disgrace,” is set to air on Wednesday, Oct. 1 at 9/8c on NBC.

Also known for her roles on The West Wing and Meet the Parents, Polo guest-starred on SVU back in 2008 as a different character. She also recurred on the short-lived Law & Order: LA. Keach, who previously worked with SVU showrunner Warren Leight on Lights Out, most recently appeared on Enlisted.

Law & Order: SVU’s new season premieres Wednesday, Sept. 24 at 9/8c on NBC.