Friday, April 11, 2014

Law & Order SVU “Post-Mortem Blues” Episode Information

Here are the details for a new episode of Law & Order SVU, “Post-Mortem Blues.”

Law & Order SVU “Post-Mortem Blues” Air Date April 30, 2014 (9 PM ET/8C Wednesday NBC)


In the moments after William Lewis’ death, Sergeant Benson (Hargitay) is rescued by the SVU squad, but her torment continues. The Internal Affairs investigation of her actions is deemed inconclusive, and with no evidence to corroborate her story, Prosecutor Derek Strauss (Greg Germann) convenes a grand jury and calls for Benson’s arrest. With increasing pressure from Lt. Tucker (guest star Robert John Burke) and Lt. Murphy (Donal Logue) to save herself any way she can, Benson must choose between her convictions and her badge. Also starring Ice-T (Detective Odafin Tutuola), Danny Pino (Detective Nick Amaro) and Kelli Giddish (Detective Amanda Rollins). Also guest starring Elizabeth Marvel (Rita Calhoun), Bill Irwin (Dr. Lindstrom), Michael Potts (Sgt. Draper), Tamara Tunie (M.E. Warner), Curt Bouril (Det. Carlson) and Nikki Estridge (Det. Delano).

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Sara Kürz said...

Oh no, please no. I was so glad that this whole lewis saga went over but now we are going to watch another one about this storyline-it's getting tiring honestly. I knew that after what happened a trial had to follow,obviously, but a whole episode again based on this drama-seems for me like an exact remake of psycho-therapist,this time without lewis and changes of the circumstances. Ah its just sad that we only have four episodes left this season-and who knows if we're gonna have a s16-and of them is such kind of episode with a storyline wich most of us don't like or at least don't find as interresting anymore. I believe that this is the first time that i disliked a svu storyline that much! Maybe that's because it was really disturbing to watch and really humilliating!
Still looking forward-not so much for this one-but for the following ones hope they will finally be about rollins and amaro. Im really curious about them i mean that thing between them-i see it as a very realistic possibility that they hook up. And also the new captain....I know the writers can pull and so much mire and better than this more or less "used" lewis-storyline!

Petra S said...

I'm with you @Sara Kürz, they really are milking this but I'm trying to stay positive - we'll have MotherTucker back, the man we all love to hate, and Lt Murphy (I'm finally learning not to call him O'Rourke) will be acting squad chief & that can be awesome.
Although I'm not shipping Rollins & Amaro I hope we'll see some more of them too. Rollins working for the man she was willing to go down on should not be counted out and I'm really hoping the writers won't leave us hanging about Amaro and his ex-wife, they need to resolve that stalking business (and hopefully with a final good bye, but not as final as Lewis though of course, Maria can live but just away from Amaro, single & angsty Amaro works for me ;)

JS Mc said...

Actually, I have enjoyed the 'Lewis'-centric episodes even tho they were very noir!
When we fans don't get enough continuation of an idea/episode storyline we complain and when we do, we we complain! (I guess that just makes us human and displays differences of opinion...)
I loved every second of BO, even when I was unconsciously holding my breath during several scenes, especially the Russian Roulette ones...I remember trying to close my eyes but the intense curiosity created just wouldn't allow them to close; fearing missing something, I guess...
Kudos to all who participated in this fantastic representation of what 'free TV' can create (as opposed to the big pay channels like HBO, Cinemax, etc...). I think this may have been the BEST episode of SVU ever! JMO
Thanks go the Warren, Julie, Mariska, Dolan, Danny, Kelli, Ice & all who made it 'believable', gave it life...

Cath T said...

The Lewis saga will surely be put to bed once and for all after the next episode. It will be a case of Lewis The Aftermath.

The plot for episode 22 is already sorted so if episodes 23 and 24 are all we have left (assuming there is no S16) then the Amaro marriage issue might require a quick fix resolution.

I think how the Amaro marriage plotline works out will depend largely on whether or not SVU is renewed.

Cody Ashby said...

Wait. When did SVU get two more episodes for this season? I haven't seen any official sources confirming this.

I do agree that they need to stop milking this Lewis thingamabob; it was good at first, but it's starting to reek of desperation to me.

Von Dice said...

According to Wiki the season finale is going to be on May 21 and there's still 3 more episodes.

JS Mc said...

Warren Leight confirmed there will be 24 episodes this season (on Twitter about 7 to 10 days ago)

Cath T said...

Kevin Fox confirmed it on twitter as well.

WL mentioned sometime back that NBC had commissioned an additional two episodes making a total of 24.