One of the things that is so exceptionally fascinating right now when you take a gander at “Law and Order: Special Victims Unit” is that is accustomed to airing 24 episodes a season, however, you take a gander at the calendar at this moment and just nine have circulated to date. There are various diverse reasons behind that, and is evident to blame a few of the showrunners who were actually making the show. The shows have been delayed due to sports and other shows.
The one thing that we do know right now is that the show will need to compensate for lost time, and one of the ways that they could do that is a two-hour finale, one that has an opportunity to investigate some greater ideas and thoughts. As per what official maker Rick Eid disclosed to The Hollywood Reporter, he and the writers are as of now taking a gander at different thoughts to finish up this story, including some present day occasions, for example, the Women’s March and different dissents that are going ahead around the nation:
“We are definitely paying attention to what’s going on as people and as writers. I think that we have back-to-back episodes coming up as our finale, the last two episodes will be back-to-back, so I think we’re going to try to really find an interesting topic to explore in that episode. It’s still early but some of the things we’re talking about are definitely issues that people are discussing, marching about, venting about and have a lot of people up in arms on both sides of the dial. We try to explore these things from both sides and try to have a back-and-forth on these issues and not take a hard stand on things necessarily. I think that our last two episodes will definitely feel topical.”
Eid likewise noticed that the status for the show’s future is still open to question, yet he stays idealistic about there being a season 19. At the end of the day, he feels on a very basic level fairly like how we do regarding the show in the long run getting a season 19. We would prefer not to state it is inescapable as to not conceivably curse the show, but rather it feels like the appraisals are completely there to get it going.