On the subreddit of the “Law & Order” franchise, a recent series started by u / cnljglppl revealed that many fans don’t like “Law & Order: Organized Crime.” The OP calls it “the worst of any l&o brand” and points out that it detracts from the core focus of the organization. They wrote: “I watch these shows because the view is always through the eyes of law enforcement. “So now we have crime starring in the show and crime glamor.”
Many fans agreed, comparing the film to a “soap play” and questioning where it would go after plot with Stabler be solved.
“Yes, it does sound like a glorified and enticing muscular TV[show]if that makes any sense,” said u / SnooOpinions9885. “It’s all drama, unrealistic and similar to ‘Chicago PD’ which I hate… Law and Order was originally all about wisdom with righteous thinking but now it’s just a movie television … SVU is also going down this path.”
“I’m not a fan,” said u / Drakkenfyre. “I’m a huge fan of the original L&O, and this was the exact opposite, so it never worked for me.”
While some thought the show just needed to “find its feet,” most were relieved that other fans of “Law & Order” didn’t connect with “Organized Crime.”
“I just wanted the franchise to be more cutting edge and ahead of the masses in terms of its perception of trends like the OG series,” admitted u / Wufei05.
https://www.looper.com/727659/some-fans-think-this-law-order-show-is-the-worst-of-the-franchise/ Some fans think this law & order show is the worst of the franchise