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Whether you're new to the squad or a certified die-hard, NBC's official Law & Order: SVU Podcast is a celebration of the show's 21 years of groundbreaking storytelling. Hosted by Anthony Roman, we're digging deep into TV’s longest-running primetime drama. Every week, you'll go inside the squadroom for behind-the-scenes episode intel from the cast and crew and learn how inspiration for the ripped-from-the-headlines episodes strikes. And that’s not all! We’ll be rolling out radio-style episodes, panels and more throughout the season.

The Law & Order: SVU Podcast is a production of NBC Entertainment Podcast Network © 2019.

18 Episodes
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Peter Scanavino and guest star John Waters discuss the pervasive problem of revenge porn and dodging that generational bullet. Then, writer Brendan Feeney and director Leslie Hope share how they blended the worlds of ballet and revenge porn for this week's episode - “Dance, Lies and Videotape” (Season 21, Episode 17). 
Kelli Giddish and guest star Lindsay Pulsipher talk addiction, the power of blood ties and which scene gave them the heebie-jeebies. Then writer Peter Blauner expands on the all-too-relatable theme of pain and how we choose to reckon with it for this week's episode - “Eternal Relief from Pain” (Season 21, Episode 16).
Composer Mike Post reveals the origin of the iconic "dun dun" and how the SVU theme song defines New York City. Then, guest star Radha Mitchell discusses her empowered character and post-Me Too feminism. And writer Lisa Takeuchi Cullen reflects on her final SVU episode "Swimming with Sharks" (Season 21, Episode 15).
Ice-T talks about getting down and dirty and hitting his 450th episode alongside Denis Hamill - the writer of “I Deserve Some Loving Too” (Season 21, Episode 14). Then, legal technical consultant Anne Milgram breaks down her process and why she loves Carisi as the new ADA. 
Jamie Gray Hyder discusses getting into fighting shape and following your instincts for Kat's big episode "Redemption in Her Corner" (Season 21, Episode 13). Then, co-writers Brianna Yellen and Monet Hurst-Mendoza talk about that Barba check-in and giving the spotlight to the Latinx community for their boxing-centric episode.
Robert John Burke unravels Tucker's devastating fate and the scars police officers carry alongside Peter Blauner - the writer of "The Longest Night of Rain" (Season 21, Episode 12). Then, Holly Robinson Peete talks about her pivotal role as Rachel, and NYPD technical consultant Tim Hardiman discusses keeping SVU real.
As the director of "She Paints for Vengeance" (Season 21, Episode 11), Mariska Hargitay explains her approach to a different kind of survivor, and why she and writer Kathy Dobie found unexpected empowerment in both the art studio and the strip club.
Warren Leight and Julie Martin talk rich and powerful predators and uniting damaged souls Rollins and Bucci. Then, guest star Nicholas Turturro opens up about his personal connection to his character's struggles in "Must Be Held Accountable" (Season 21, Episode 10).
Kelli Giddish and Peter Scanavino pull back the layers of the complicated Rollisi relationship. Then, Vincent Kartheiser talks about his Epstein-inspired character in "Can't Be Held Accountable" (Season 21, Episode 9). And Norberto Barba explains how he plays with the edge when directing.
Demore Barnes discusses building a bond with Benson and navigating the complicated minefields of the Special Victims Unit. Then, Jonathan Herron talks about the unique challenges of directing “We Dream of Machine Elves” (Season 21, Episode 8). And Monet Hurst-Mendoza and Brendan Feeney explain how they found the nuance in Adam Arkin's charismatic cult leader.
New series regular Jamie Gray Hyder discusses finding her place in the well-established SVUniverse and fan-girling over Margaret Cho. Then, Cho talks playing against type for her role as the formidable Mamasan in “Counselor, It's Chinatown” (Season 21, Episode 7). And Kathy Dobie and Lisa Takeuchi Cullen explain how their journalism backgrounds helped them to write a more honest portrayal of sex trafficking.
Kelli Giddish joins host Anthony Roman to discuss taking the Rollisi fight a step further for the fans. Then, Anthony chats with Co-Writer/Producer Brianna Yellen about playing with an entirely new structure for “At Midnight in Manhattan” (Season 21, Episode 5), and Costume Designer Juliet Polcsa shares her approach to staying true to the characters throughout the years.
Ice T joins host Anthony Roman to discuss his evolution from gangster to detective. Then, Anthony chats with Showrunner Warren Leight and Executive Producer Julie Martin about tackling the tough topic of heartbeat bills in “The Burden of Our Choices” (Season 21, Episode 4).
Dick Wolf chats with host Anthony Roman about surviving TV's evolving landscape and how he likes to keep his characters strictly professional. Then, Anthony sits down with L. Steven Taylor to discuss the layers of truth behind his character Mathis Brooks' lies. And Monet Hurst-Mendoza and Brendan Feeney - the co-writers of “Down Low in Hell's Kitchen” (Season 21, Episode 3) - talk exploring the issues facing the down-low community and living your truth.
Ariel Winter joins host Anthony Roman to discuss her undying love for the show and Mariska Hargitay, as well as the moral complexity of her character Raegan James from “The Darkest Journey Home” (Season 21, Episode 2). Then, Anthony chats with Showrunner Warren Leight and Executive Producer Julie Martin about why they wanted to focus on trauma-informed interview training, and its real-world implications for law enforcement and victims of trauma.
Mariska Hargitay and Showrunner Warren Leight join host Anthony Roman to discuss the cultural impact of TV’s longest-running primetime drama. Then, Anthony chats with Peter Scanavino about Carisi's new career move, and Writer Peter Blauner talks SVU's big Weinstein-inspired episode - I'm Going to Make You a Star (Season 21, Episode 1).
Whether you're new to the squad or a certified die-hard, NBC's official Law & Order: SVU Podcast is a celebration of the show's 21 years of groundbreaking storytelling. Hosted by Anthony Roman, we're digging deep into TV’s longest-running primetime drama. Every week, you'll go inside the squadroom for behind-the-scenes episode intel from the cast and crew and learn how inspiration for the ripped-from-the-headlines episodes strikes. And that’s not all! We’ll be rolling out radio-style episodes, panels and more throughout the season. Coming September 26.
Comments (7)

Jessica Moreno

love this ❤️ Olivia is my favorite I've watched every episode

Mar 29th
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Valerie DeCurtis

I feel so bad for Rollins where her dad is concerned! The sister relationship is a very strained one. I am youngest of 4 sisters who r all much older than me. Being youngest I’m always told what I’m doing wrong!!!

Mar 9th
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Valerie DeCurtis

I feel so bad for Rollins where her dad is concerned! The sister relationship is a very strained one. I am youngest of 4 sisters who r all much older than me. Being youngest I’m always told what I’m doing wrong!!!

Mar 9th
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Jake Stapleton

good listening to Kelli and Lindsey

Mar 2nd
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Jamie Carroll

it's neat to hear Carisi's voice without being in character. great podcast. love SVU

Feb 25th
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Jake Stapleton

love Law & Order Svu

Feb 24th
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José Perez

Great podcast!

Nov 3rd
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