Unfortunately for fans who wants to know what’s next for Stabler on “Law & Order: Organized Crime,” they will have to wait a few weeks. NBC is putting both the new show and “Law & Order: SVU” on hiatus until December 9, when new episodes will again air. For now, the network is planning on playing re-runs from the second season of “Organized Crime” to get everyone up to speed before Stabler’s next mission, which will likely involve his nemesis Richard Wheatly and his impending trial.
On November 18, NBC plans to air the first episode from Season 2 of “Law & Order: Organized Crime,” entitled “The Man With No Identity,” in the primetime spot. Those interested can revisit the early days of Stabler taking on the identity of Ashes and inserting himself into the New York City cocaine mob. It’s a good episode to rewatch after the midseason finale to really track Stabler’s progress both in the case and in his own head.