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Law & Order: Organized Crime gets new showrunner for Season 3

Law & Order: Organized Crime
Christopher Meloni as Elliot Stabler on Law & Order: Organized Crime. Pic credit: NBC

Law & Order: Organized Crime will have a new boss for Season 3. 

NBC has confirmed that Bryan Goluboff will become the new showrunner for the hit spin-off. He’s replacing Ilene Chaiken, who departed without warning in February.

While his hiring is new, Goluboff does have the experience to help the show for its new season.

Who is the new showrunner and how will he change Law & Order: Organized Crime?

Bryan Goluboff broke out in 1995 by writing the screenplay for The Basketball Diaries, an early role for Leonardo DiCaprio. Goluboff does have experience with the Law & Order franchise.

He joined Law & Order: Special Victims Unit as a co-executive producer in Season 13, right after Meloni departed the series. 

Goluboff’s TV credits include Smash, In Treatment, and Mr. Mercedes. He is also an executive producer on the upcoming country music drama series George and Tammy starring Michael Shannon and Jessica Chastain.

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