Law & Order 5/19/22 “Black and Blue” Cast, New Tonight & Plot

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Tonight (Thursday May 19 2022), NBC broadcasts an episode of the series “Law & Order” titled “Black and Blue“.

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!

Black and Blue Season 21, Episode 10 Episode Summary

The murder of an off-duty NYPD detective threatens to tear the city apart. Cosgrove mourns the loss of a friend and asks Capt. Benson for help solving the case. McCoy and Price disagree on how to prosecute the culprit, sparking sharp condemnation from all sides.

Is Tonight’s Episode New or a Repeat?

Tonight’s “Black and Blue” episode of “Law & Order” is all new!

What Time is Tonight’s Episode On?

Tonight’s “Black and Blue” episode will be broadcast on NBC at 8:00PM ET/PT.

Law & Order Black and Blue Video Preview

Law & Order Black and Blue Cast

  • Anthony Anderson as Detective Kevin Bernard
  • Jeffrey Donovan as Detective Frank Cosgrove
  • Camryn Manheim as Lieutenant Kate Dixon
  • Hugh Dancy as Executive Assistant District Attorney Nolan Price
  • Odelya Halevi as Assistant District Attorney Samantha Maroun
  • Sam Waterston as District Attorney Jack McCoy

Guest Cast

  • Shayvawn Webster as Dani Vertiz
  • Mariska Hargitay as Olivia Benson
  • Stoney B. Mootoo as Jasmine
  • Josh Alscher as White Dude
  • Khoa Nguyen as Crime Scene Detective One
  • Terry Serpico as Assistant Chief Tommy McGrath
  • Daren Donofrio as James Doyle
  • Paula John DeRose as Heather Doyle
  • Nathan Darrow as Scott Gleacher
  • Vanessa R. Butler as Monica Beasley
  • Morgan Wardlaw as Regina Daniels
  • Ashley Nicole Blake as Kendra Daniels
  • Matthew Floyd Miller as Carl Norton
  • Benjamin Brown as Mayor

Watch Tonight’s “Black and Blue” Episode Online

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

Law & Order Series Information

NBC is bringing back one of its most treasured and honored dramas with “Law & Order.” 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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