If you’re a die-hard fan of the American crime show, Law & Order, but don’t have access to the network’s streaming service, fear not. There are several options for streaming this popular series, from Foxtel Now to Amazon Prime Video. These services cost about $6.99 a month and offer a free 30-day trial. However, as of yet, none of these platforms offer new seasons of the series. If you’re looking for a way to watch Law & Order on the go, past seasons can be purchased from Apple iTunes and Google Play Movies. Streaming seasons of Law & Order can be enjoyed in most countries, including the United States.
If you’re a US citizen, you can subscribe to the NBC streaming service Peacock. You’ll have to wait about eight days after an episode airs on NBC to access episodes on the service. However, you can purchase a premium subscription that removes ads and unlocks unlimited episodes. Peacock also offers a free trial, and has a premium subscription for $9.99. If you’re planning to stream Law & Order anywhere else, you’ll need a cable television subscription or a good TV antenna.
As part of its new season, the show will introduce new cops and prosecutors. Anthony Anderson will play Detective Kevin Bernard, while Jeffrey Donovan will play Detective Frank Cosgrove. Camryn Manheim plays Lieutenant Kate Dixon. And Hugh Dancy plays Executive Assistant District Attorney Nolan Price, while Odelya Halevi will play Assistant District Attorney Samantha Maroun. Luckily, Law & Order season 21 will be available to stream online.