Following tonight’s new episode, Law & Order: SVU season 21 episode 6 is going to be airing on Halloween night. Are we a little surprised that NBC is putting on a new episode at that time? Sure, but they must be banking on people already being wrapped up with their holiday festivities at the time in which this story is airing. This is an installment entitled “Murdered at a Bad Address” and at the center of the hour is going to be this: One complicated case. Think about one of the most complicated cases we’ve had a chance to see in general.
Below, CarterMatt offers up the full SVU season 21 episode 6 synopsis with some other news as to what’s coming up next:
10/31/2019 (10:00PM – 11:00PM) (Thursday) : The case of a teenage girl assaulted in the projects leads to a startling discovery. Benson puts her trust in someone from her past. Starring Mariska Hargitay, Ice T, Kelli Giddish and Peter Scanavino. Guest starring Jamie Gray Hyder, Tamara Tunie, Michael Weston, Guillermo Diaz and Wentworth Miller. TV-14 D, L, V
A part of what makes this episode so appealing to us is the guest cast. Think about it — you’ve got Tunie in here but then also Diaz and Miller. Following their time on Scandal and then Legends of Tomorrow, we have a feeling that we’re going to see them in very different lights than what we’re used to.
As for the part of this episode revolving around Benson’s past, let’s just say that we’re very much curious to learn more about how this is going to impact the case. One way or another, isn’t it going to surprise? We do love how SVU is going to be diving into the history of its characters, and also some past seasons of the show at the same time.
Now, let’s just hope for this, as well — that some of these agents are going to get a little bit of a nap. After all, the bulk of the new episode tonight was spent watching these detectives exhausted and struggling to handle all of their workload.
What do you want to see when it comes to Law & Order: SVU season 21 episode 6?
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