NBC has renewed "Law & Order," "Law & Order: Special Victims Unit" and "Law & Order: Organized Crime" for new seasons set to air in the fall. The flagship series will air its 23rd season, while "Organized Crime," led by Chris Meloni, will be in its fourth season. "Special Victims Unit," starring and executive produced by Mariska Hargitay, has been renewed for a groundbreaking 25th season. All shows are produced by Universal Television in association with Wolf Entertainment. Hargitay expressed her gratitude for the opportunity to continue telling essential stories that elevate women's stories and those of marginalized individuals. She also looks forward to continuing to grow creatively with her collaborators. "Law & Order" and "SVU" will have 22 episodes, while "Organized Crime" will have 13.