To call the Law & Order: SVU season 19 finale emotional would be an understatement — especially when it comes to Peter Stone.
Law & Order: SVU season 19 review
On Wednesday night’s Law & Order: SVU season 19 episode 23, we saw the beginnings of what was a dramatic, terrifying story that as time went on, revealed itself to be about so much more than just a livestream crisis.
Going into Law & Order: SVU season 19 episode 22, one thing was clear: We were gearing up for one of the most gut-wrenching cases of the entire season. There are few things harder to watch than elder abuse and over the course of this episode, it happened on a couple of different occasions.
Law & Order: SVU season 19 episode 21 proved itself to be a tough case for the entire team, but also specifically for Fin. This was a case that was really all about sex trafficking within a family, and one that took Ice-T’s character back to some of his old stomping grounds.
Law & Order: SVU season 19 episode 20 was a dark, horrific story inspired in part by true events, and anchored by a fantastic Kelli Giddish performance.
In our Law & Order: SVU season 19 episode 19 review we discuss the return of Stephanie March as Cabot.
Law & Order: SVU season 19 episode 18 proved to be a firecracker of an episode. It somehow managed to touch on many different social issues over the course of the hour … and definitely proved to be emotionally effective every step of the way.
Law & Order: SVU season 19 episode 17 proved to be an episode that was emotional, powerful, and ultimately about misdirection. You think the story was going in one direction only for it to veer into another place.
In our Law & Order: SVU season 19 episode 16 review, we discuss a story ripe with ethical dilemmas about organ harvesting.
Law & Order: SVU season 19 episode 15 review: Carisi’s personal case features strong Peter Scanavino performance
Law & Order: SVU season 19 episode 15 was a compelling episode anchored in part by a great performance by Peter Scanavino.