People have comfort shows, but only those with A1 taste count THEE TV procedural, Law & Order: SVU as their show to turn to.
Courtesy of many cable TV channels with regular day and weekend-long marathons, SVU is one of a special group of shows that you could realistically binge before streaming was a thing.
Only those with true taste understand that SVU gives their viewers everything: friendship, drama, crime that surprises and tugs at heartstrings all at once.
It’s important to note that there’s no such thing as a perfect TV show, and when you’ve had one running for 20+ seasons, some things won’t age well. SVU certainly has its faults.
After over two decades and 500+ episodes, I’ve got some strong feelings about how the 23 seasons of SVU rank. Here they are, from worst to best.
SVU-hive, I’m ready for your feedback. Where do you agree with the rankings? Where do you disagree? And what do you expect out of Season 24? Let’s hear it in the comments.