In the 21st century, Law and Order isn’t the only old TV series that has been reborn. Many people have criticized the show’s relaunch for being too dated. But that isn’t the only problem with the reboot. The show’s writers and producers seem to want to keep the show’s formula and storytelling, but the changes in our society have made the show feel outdated and wrongheaded.
While there’s still no specific timeline for the series’ revival, it is confirmed that the series will return for a twenty-first season. A few familiar faces will return to the show for the 21st season. A former ADA from the earlier seasons will appear in the season’s premiere. Other familiar faces will be back too, including a former ADA from earlier seasons.
While it’s true that the show has returned to TV, there’s a risk that the show won’t sustain its initial high ratings. It isn’t easy to sustain a strong first season, but NBC has done a great job promoting the show during the Winter Olympics and the Super Bowl. In the meantime, we’ll have to wait and see if the network made the right choice to bring back the series.
While “Law and Order” has been on the air for twenty years, its long absence from television made it difficult to come up with a proper series finale. Season 20 ended with a dramatic event – a cervical cancer remission for the main character. However, the cancellation of “Law & Order” weeks before the episode premiered. But if the show goes on without a proper series finale, “Rubber Room” could be the perfect place for its 21st season.