Law & Order: Organized Crime Producers Defend Using Dead Wife Trope
The producers of Law & Order: Organized Crime speak out about the show's use of the dead wife trope in its premiere crossover with SVU. Christopher Meloni has now made his long-awaited return to the Law & Order franchise. His character Elliot Stabler was a key part of SVU for its first twelve seasons. Many enjoyed his rapport with Mariska Hargitay's Olivia Benson in particular. However, Meloni left the series in 2011, leading to Stabler's sudden departure. In the years since, viewers have expressed their desire to see Benson and Stabler back together again, but it took nearly 10 years for it to happen. Stabler's return came in the form of a crossover with SVU, which set up the premiere of Meloni's new series Law & Order: Organized Crime.More...
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