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Law & Order: Special Victims Unit: Season 19 (2017-2018)

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The crime drama's 19th season brings back Olivia Benson (Mariska Hargitay) and her team, which includes detectives Rollins (Kelli Giddish), Tutola (Ice-T), Carisi (Peter Scanavino), and A.D.A. Barba (Raúl Esparza); Philip Winchester joins the show as Peter Stone, a role he previously played in "Chicago Justice." The cases being investigated are as always inspired by real life events, such as the Charlottesville riots and the Harvey Weinstein sexual abuse allegations. Among the guest stars of the season are Brooke Shields, Peter Jacobson, and Sam Waterson as Jack McCoy, the same character he played in the original "Law & Order."

Cast

Mariska Hargitay
as Sgt. Olivia Benson
Kelli Giddish
as Det. Amanda Rollins
Ice-T
as Det. Odafin `Fin' Tutuola
Peter Scanavino
as Det. Dominick "Sonny" Carisi
Raul Esparza
as ADA Rafael Barba
Dean Winters
as Brian Cassidy
Ryan Buggle
as Noah Porter Benson
Carlos Miranda
as Miguel Lopez
Genesis Rodriguez
as Lourdes Vega
Peter Gallagher
as Chief Dodds
Carolyn McCormick
as Dr. Elizabeth Olivet
Peter Jacobson
as Randy Dworkin
Ned Eisenberg
as Roger Kressler
Maureen Mueller
as Susan Janet
Eddie Hargitay
as Officer Montero
Lawrence Clayton
as Matt Wyatt
Reg Rogers
as Carl Fleming
Chris Beetem
as Alan Buckley
Roxanna Hope Radja
as Alexis Sidnana
Kelly Deadmon
as Stephanie Buckley
Frank Pando
as Juan Ortoli
Anastasia Barzee
as Jeanne Howell
Tamara Tunie
as M.E. Melinda Warner
Sam Waterston
as Jack McCoy
Mallory Bechtel
as Hadley Sadler
Domenica Feraud
as Maria Ortoli
Abigail Hawk
as Maggie Householder
Anne Archer
as Trudy Morris
Madison Pettis
as Stacy Vanhoven
Peter Scolari
as Dr. Dennis Barkley
Joanna Going
as Leah Linwood
Gage Golightly
as Katy Miller
Rebekah Kennedy
as Esther Labott
Annie Corley
as Rosemary Taylor
Will Chase
as Byron Marks
Saxon Sharbino
as Savannah Ross
Joe Tapper
as Aaron Householder
Brandy Zarle
as Debbie Labott
Steve Howey
as Andy "The Monster" McPherson
Paul Fitzgerald
as Jason Karr
Colton Ryan
as Andrew Drake
Jenna Stern
as Judge Elana Barth
Hal Linden
as Leonard Maxwell
Mariela Garriga
as Elana Marks
Steve Rosen
as Counselor Guthrie
Eric Elizaga
as Dr. Hale
Annabeth Gish
as Carolyn Rivers
Gus Birney
as Kristi Martin
Tenea Intriago
as Heather Parcell
Erin Wilhelmi
as Mariel McLaughlin
Joe Piscopo
as Albert Romano
Amirah Vann
as Michelle Morrison
Amy Smart
as Karla Wyatt
Spencer Hamp
as Nick Collins
Betsy Beutler
as Julie Wade
Christiane Noll
as Sarah Curtis
Conor Tague
as Cody Hill
Sami Molly Bray
as Rachel Labott
Ami Brabson
as Judge Blake
Robert Eli
as Glen Curtis
James Monroe Iglehart
as Shawn Tompkins
Dendrie Taylor
as Dawn McLaughlin
Jeannine Kaspar
as Nora Galen
Todd Alan Crain
as Henry Phillips
Kathleen Munroe
as Evelyn Bundy
George Sheffey
as Lou McLaughlin
Gary Perez
as Jorge Diaz
Kathleen McNenny
as Christine Ritchie
Angela Oh
as Katherine Lee
Raquel Dominguez
as Maria Luna
Roberto Sanchez
as Diego Diaz
Jackson Mercado
as Efrain Hernandez
Benito Martinez
as Santino Rojas
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Critic Reviews for Law & Order: Special Victims Unit: Season 19

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New Law & Order: SVU showrunner Michael Chernuchin did promise that he was going to "throw the kitchen sink" at Olivia this season... Season 19... certainly makes good on that promise.

August 9, 2018 | Full Review…

Law & Order: SVU has seen its fair share of cast members come and go. But despite the changing characters...the integrity of the show remains intact thanks to its commitment to telling a good story.

August 8, 2018 | Full Review…

I'm excited about Olivia being accused of abusing Noah. And I'm glad to see Ice-T have more of a role again since he was noticeably absent in Season 18.

September 27, 2017 | Rating: 3.5/5 | Full Review…

Season 19 (can you believe it? Nineteen?!) of Law & Order: SVU kicks off with a curveball twist that's impossible to ignore.

August 8, 2018 | Rating: B | Full Review…

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