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Law & Order Season 22 Episode 11 Preview: A ‘Second Chance’

Law & Order Season 22 Episode 11 Preview: A ‘Second Chance’

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Law & Order season 22Want to know a little more about Law & Order Season 22 Episode 11 on NBC? We should first note that the network is reticent. We haven’t seen many glimpses of what’s ahead here yet, be it a synopsis or casting news.

All we had to put in today’s issue was a title in Second Chance. We know that you can generally learn a lot from it on a thematic level. Who is worthy? Or how far are you willing to go to get one?

Overall, we’d say that one of the biggest challenges for the Law & Order flagship over the next few weeks is finding a way to create stories that stand out. However, here you also have to figure out how to give your characters individual moments to stand out. They can’t just be empty avatars that you can plug and play into various other iterations of the franchise.

Based on the preview of what’s airing tonight, we can say one thing with some confidence: it’s going to be personal. In the DA’s office in particular, you might see one of the more meaningful cases we’ve seen since the show came back after so many years.

Could we get any more crossovers?

That’s something we’re wondering about at the moment, but nothing is fully confirmed as of now regarding the future. Personally, we’d be shocked if there were anything left for the rest of the season just because they’re so incredibly difficult to direct.

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What are you most looking forward to as we gear up for Law & Order Season 22 Episode 11 next week?

Share all your thoughts and hopes in the comments now! Once you’ve done just that, come back for some other updates. (Photo: NBC.)

This article was written by Jessica BunBun. Be sure to follow her Twitter.

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