Law And Order: Organized Crime Interview

  • 3 months ago
The long wait for the world of Law & Order is nearly over in the 2024 TV schedule, and Organized Crime will return in the wake of the death of one of their own. The Season 4 premiere will see Stabler returning from an undercover gig while Bell brings in a new advisor, with Jet and Reyes facing struggles of their own. While the task force members are no strangers to rising to challenges, they'll do so in Season 4 with John Shiban as new showrunner. Danielle Moné Truitt, who plays Sergeant Ayanna Bell, opened up about what the former Breaking Bad producer/writer/director brings to the show.

John Shiban is actually the sixth person to take on the showrunner role for Law & Order: Organized Crime, and he comes to the franchise's newest installment with plenty of TV experience. In addition to Breaking Bad, he has written, directed, and produced series ranging from The X-Files to Supernatural to Ozark, to name just a few. When I spoke with Danielle Moné Truitt about OC Season 4, I noted his work on Breaking Bad and The X-Files in particular among his many TV credits, and she shared what he has brought behind the scenes to Season 4.