'SVU' finale promises to go out with a bang
The long-running “Law & Order” spinoff wraps up another successful season.
In the episode “Smoked,” Detectives Benson and Stabler investigate a case where a woman scheduled to testify in a high-profile rape case is murdered.
As an end result, one of them may wind up paying the ultimate price.
My prediction? Someone gets shot. Call it a hunch.
The season finale airs on CTV, with the full episode available online afterwards at CTV.ca.
The crime series stars Christopher Meloni, Richard Belzer, Mariska Hargitay, Dann Florek, Ice-T, B.D. Wong, Tamara Tunie and Melissa Sagemiller. This past season has seen a number of amazing guest stars appear on “SVU,” including Joan Cusak, Jennifer Love Hewitt, David Allen Grier and John Stamos. (Have mercy!)
The end of the twelfth season also marks the departure of executive producer Neal Baer, who is leaving the series for a three-year contract with CBS.
Baer told TVLine.com’s Michael Ausiello that because it’s his very last episode working on the series, he says he will “Go out with a bang.”
The exec promises that there will both be a death, and one of the characters will do something “That will change the way they see being a cop.”
Baer also included a cryptic comment about cigarettes being involved.
If you’re a little lost, that’s alright, so am I!
Meanwhile, one of the stars of the series, Ice-T (aka Tracy Marrow), is keeping busy this summer. He’s just released a new book, “Ice: A Memoir of Gangster Life and Redemption-from South Central to Hollywood,” and is currently working on a new reality series “Ice Loves Coco,” which will air on E! and offer a peek into his home life with his buxom blonde wife.
It doesn’t stop there: Ice-T is also putting out a movie on top of all of that, called “The Art of Rap,” which will hit the film festival circuit later this year.
In his spare time Ice-T is a video game enthusiast, a bulldog owner, and never stops tweeting from his personal Twitter account @FINALLEVEL, where he routinely interacts with fans and bashes the haters.
Don’t forget, you can watch all of the CTV season finales online in the “Season Finale Screening Room.”
Full episodes of “Law & Order: SVU” are available online at CTV.ca.
Tyrone Warner has been with CTV.ca since 2005, covering news, entertainment and everything related to CTV. When he’s away from the computer, you can find him writing, recording and performing his own music, running his own record label and dabbling in photography, painting and creative collage. Follow him on Twitter!