Law & Order: Special Victims Unit 5/12/22 “Confess Your Sins to Be Free” Cast, New Tonight & Plot

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Tonight (Thursday May 12 2022), NBC broadcasts an episode of the series “Law & Order: Special Victims Unit” titled “Confess Your Sins to Be Free“.

We’ve got the scoop on everything you need to know about tonight’s episode, including if it’s new, the time, cast, how to watch and all the episode details!

Confess Your Sins to Be Free Season 23, Episode 21 Episode Summary

When a student’s school reports a girl missing, the squad must track down a trusted family friend for answers. Benson gets a Mother’s Day surprise.

Is Tonight’s Episode New or a Repeat?

Tonight’s “Confess Your Sins to Be Free” episode of “Law & Order: Special Victims Unit” is all new!

What Time is Tonight’s Episode On?

Tonight’s “Confess Your Sins to Be Free” episode will be broadcast on NBC at 9:00PM ET/PT.

Confess Your Sins to Be Free Episode Video Preview

Law & Order: Special Victims Unit Confess Your Sins to Be Free Cast

  • Mariska Hargitay as Lieutenant/Captain Olivia Benson
  • Kelli Giddish as Detective 2nd Grade Amanda Rollins
  • Ice-T as Sergeant Odafin “Fin” Tutuola
  • Peter Scanavino as ADA Dominick “Sonny” Carisi, Jr.
  • Jamie Gray Hyder as Officer Katriona “Kat” Tamin

Guest Cast

  • Patch Darragh as Father Ryan Duffy
  • Aidan Quinn as Burton Lowe
  • Kristen Connolly as Audrey O’Neill
  • Kelly AuCoin as Father John Regis
  • Cara Cooper as Caitlin McKenna
  • Cyndee Rivera as Detective Mia Ruz
  • Roberts Jekabsons as Shane O’Neill
  • Daniel Passaro as Vince Costa
  • Traci Wolfe as Beverly Morrison
  • Malachy Cleary as Counselor Gordon Matthews
  • Lou Liberatore as Andrew
  • Ashley Taylor Greaves as Officer Gabrielle Taylor
  • Erica Cruz Hernández as Rita Ortega

Watch Tonight’s “Confess Your Sins to Be Free” Episode Online

You can find episodes on the NBC website and watch full episodes on Peacock TV.

Law & Order: Special Victims Unit Series Information

NBC is bringing back one of its most treasured and honored dramas with “Law & Order: Special Victims Unit.” The series, which will continue the classic bifurcated format that was created for its original run, will once again examine “the police who investigate crime and the district attorneys who prosecute the offenders.”

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