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Law and Order: Special Victims Unit
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TV Series
    (September 20, 1999- )
    Crime drama on NBC
    Christopher Meloni as Elliot Stabler
    Mariska Hargitay as Olivia Benson
    Richard Belzer as John Munch
    Ice-T as Odafin 'Fin' Tutuola
    Stephanie March as Alex Cabot (2000 - 2003)
    Diane Neal as Casey Novak (2003 - )
    B.D. Wong as George Huang
    Tamara Tunie as Melinda Warner
    Dann Florek as Donald Cragen
    Created and produced by Dick Wolf
    Like the original Law and Order, many episodes feature a 'ripped from the headlines' plot.
    Sometimes the detectives become so obsessed with the case that they are more concerned with punishing the criminal than the recovery/well-being of the victim.
    Many fans were disappointed by the departure of Stephanie March.
    The original title, 'Sex Crimes,' was discarded as it was deemed inappropriate and unsuitable.
    Diane Neal portrayed a woman accused of raping a male stripper in an earlier episode before she became a regular in season five.
    After the World Trade Center attack in September 2001, NBC ordered the opening credits for the 2001-2002 season reedited to remove images of the building.
    It has become even more popular than the original and accumulates the highest ratings of all shows in the Law and Order franchise.
    Richard Belzer has portrayed Detective John Munch on six shows (Homicide, Homicide: Life on the Street, Law and Order, Law and Order: Trial by Jury, The X Files, and The Beat), which is a record for an actor playing the same character on different programs.
    According to an article in TV Guide, cast members are often approached by sexual abuse survivors who thank them for accurately portraying these types of stories on the air.
    It maintains objectivity when dealing with controversial issues rather than just offering a one-sided view.
    Minorities are often cast in the roles of professionals (both assistant district attorneys have been women, the medical examiner is an African American woman, and the psychiatrist is an Asian man).

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