Law & Order: SVU Reviews
On Law & Order: SVU Season 16 Episode 2, Detective Rollins heads back to her former precinct when a highly regard basketball star, Shakir "The Shark" Wilkins, is accused of rape.
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Law & Order: SVU Season 16 Episode 1 Review: Girls Disappeared
On Law & Order: SVU Season 16 Episode 1, Sergeant Benson relentlessly pursuse's Ellie's killer, the unknown leader of a prostitution ring. A new member of the squad has a rough start, and Amaro uses his past indiscretions to try and help the case.
Law & Order: SVU Review: The Client List
On this week's episode of Law & Order: SVU, the rivalry between two competing escort services turns deadly. Check out our review to hear about the show's shocking season finale.
Law & Order: SVU Review: Nothing Beats a Great Pair of Legs
On this week's Law & Order: SVU, a young woman is kidnapped, and her leg is surgically removed. Read our review to uncover the bizarre mystery surrounding her attack.
Law & Order: SVU Review: Private Education
A string of violent crimes against gay men leads the detectives to uncover a mysterious case of child abuse at a private high school on this week's Law & Order: SVU. Check out the review to find how these seemingly unrelated crimes are connected.
Law & Order: SVU Review: Dawson's Creep
James Van Der Beek guest stars on this week's Law & Order: SVU as a manipulative and vindictive rapist who preys on young girls looking for their donor-father. Read our review to see if Van Der Beek can really pull off the creepiness of the role.
Law & Order: SVU Review: The Batman of Soho
Masked vigilantes attempt to bring down a serial rapist strikes Soho on this week's Law & Order: SVU. Check out the review to see if their attempts were Kick-Ass or as useless as Batman and Robin.
Law & Order: SVU Review: Waiting for the Other Shoe
The detectives of Law & Order: SVU investigate a man's claim that his wife was kidnapped and rape. Check out the review to find out if she's a victim or a perpetrator.