For me, Law & Order: SVU was one of the shows that really got me hooked on crime television series (anyone remember good ole’ NYPD Blue? That was definitely the first true love of mine).
And after ten seasons, Law & Order and I have some serious love/hate relations going on. On one hand, I totally love the show– especially Detectives Benson and Stabler (swoon!). I love how they try (key word here being try) to keep the episodes relevant and current by often attempting to create similar cases to current events. Sometimes, I think that the show gets a little dry or just tries a little too hard. But hey, don’t all shows hit a spell like that?
NBC spills some details about the season finale:
“Two-time Emmy Award-winning actress Carol Kane will guest-star in the season finale of NBC’S “Law & Order: Special Victims Unit,” executive producer Neal Baer announced today. Kane reprises her role as Gwen Munch, the ex-wife of Detective John Munch (Richard Belzer), who last appeared with him in an episode of NBC’s “Homicide: Life on the Street” in 1997. “Zebras,” SVU’s season finale, will be telecast on NBC Tuesday, June 2 (10-11 p.m. ET/PT).
In “Zebras,” a young woman is killed in Central Park, and when a clerical error ruins the case, the police rush to find more evidence before the killer takes revenge on the squad.
“We’re thrilled to have Gwen Munch return to her true love, Detective John Munch, to help lead him to a deranged killer (Nick Stahl) who is after a member of the SVU family,” said Baer.
In addition, Nick Stahl guest-stars as Peter Harrison, a once promising young artist who is now lost in the paranoia of mental illness. Fearing SVU Detectives are persecuting him, he turns on them after he may have murdered an innocent young mother.”
Can’t wait! Don’t forget to tune in for the Law and Order: SVU season finale on Tuesday night on NBC.
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