Detective Stabler struggles to deal professional with the criminals he encounters.He admits to fantasizing about hurting the people he arrests and is almost removed from the force when he reveals this.Typically, networks get paid for C 3 ratings which includes DVR viewing within three days of the original airing when commercials are watched. The seventh season of the television series, Law & Order: Special Victims Unit premiered September 20, 2005 and ended May 16, 2006 on NBC. Critically the show's most successful season, both lead actors received nominations at the 2006 Emmy Awards with a win by Mariska Hargitay.
Despite his bad temper and occasional poor judgment, many viewers can relate to Detective Stabler and his disgust at the criminals he arrests and interviews.
Each version of Law & Order focuses on different detectives.
The detectives' personal lives and reactions to cases are as compelling as the crimes themselves. Like the other Law & Order shows, SVU frequently bases episodes on real-life crimes that are in the news.
, Stabler and Benson were not originally partners, and there was no Ice-T with Richard Belzer. Note #2: A lot of the DAs were particularly interchangeable to me, so unless they really stood out, I've mostly skipped over them. Did you know the first season of had Chris Noth with some dude named George Dzundza, who was pissed that it was an ensemble show and left after the first season?
Most of them were just tough women with great hair who looked like they'd just taken off their glasses. At the bottom of the pile, lucky number thirteen, we have . Okay, so the show started out with Skeet Ulrich, Regina Hall, Alfred Molina, Terrence Howard, and a bunch of other folk, but after it got trounced in the ratings, producers decided to let go of Ulrich (he's a poor man's Skeet Ulrich), bump up Howard's character, and bring back Alana de la Garza, who was an ADA on the original featuring lady detectives (or ladydicks), and they're both one-season versions of the show that I'm including for random reasons... (Smart move, dude.) In Season 2 Dzundza was replaced with Paul Sorvino (!!!