""A new chapter of Law & Order begins," promises the official trailer for the inaugural season of the franchise's new spinoff series, Law & Order: Organized Crime.
PEOPLE has an exclusive first look at the trailer, premiering one day after Olivia Benson and Elliot Stabler reunited for the first time in a decade during Thursday's Law & Order: Special Victims Unit and Organized Crime crossover event, giving fans a little more of what to expect from the rest of the season.
While the first part of the trailer reviews what happened in the premiere — namely, the reunion between Benson (Mariska Hargitay) and Stabler (Christopher Meloni) and the death of Stabler's wife, Kathy — the remaining scenes show the grieving widower vowing to seek vengeance for her apparent murder, with the help of Sgt. Ayanna Bell (Danielle Moné Truitt).
Scenes throughout the trailer tease more backstory about the enigmatic Richard Wheatley (Dylan McDermott). Wheatley is the son of mafia leader Sinatra (Chazz Palminteri), whom Stabler suspects had ties to the crime.
"I was a damn good cop 12 years ago. I'm a better cop now. And I will take him down," Stabler says of Wheatley."
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"The long-awaited Law & Order: SVU reunion is almost here.
On April 1, Christopher Meloni will reprise his role as Detective Elliot Stabler and reunite onscreen with Mariska Hargitay's Olivia Benson for a new episode of the NBC drama, which will air right before the premiere of spinoff Law & Order: Organized Crime, in which Stabler is the central character.
Ahead of the SVU and OC two-hour crossover event, NBC released a new promo, which features flashback footage of the partners before a sneak peek at their upcoming reunion.
"We've worked together a long time," Olivia says about Elliot in a scene. "I can anticipate what he's thinking, what he's going to do. Yeah, we have a great rapport."
The teaser then shows the disappointing moment Olivia learned that Elliot "put his papers in."
"There was nothing I could do," Captain Donald Cragen says.
The promo then transitions to "April 1," when Olivia is at a crime scene with other police officers and first responders — and among them is Elliot.
"Liv!" an unseen Elliot calls out to a shocked Olivia, who turns around and says, "Elliot.""
"If you don’t know there’s a Netflix documentary coming soon about The Notorious B.I.G., now you know.
The film “Biggie: I Got a Story to Tell” about East Coast rapper Christopher Wallace, aka Biggie Smalls, delves into how his music not only made him a legend, but changed people’s lives.
“Big had a gift of talent that saved a lot of people’s lives but his,” one of the rapper’s friends says in the doc’s trailer. Biggie, who was killed in 1997 at the age of 24, can later be heard saying in a clip, “We’re just gonna do our thing forever. Forever and ever.”
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CBS used the Super Bowl to push a lot of its own content, both new and returning, but apart from The Equalizer, which was premiering immediately after the game, no upcoming CBS show was pushed harder than Clarice, the original drama spinning off from the 1991 film The Silence of the Lambs. We got a number of short teasers, but most interesting was the full-length Clarice Super Bowl trailer, which essentially takes 60 seconds to vividly re-tell the story of FBI Agent Clarice Starling and her murdered lambs. Re-establishing Clarice in the minds of viewers is exceptionally important. While she appears in the sequel, Hannibal, the franchise as a whole has generally been far more interested in the cannibalistic serial killer Hannibal Lecter than in Clarice, and linking the new version to her most famous piece of dialogue is a brilliant way of bringing her back into the consciousness of the viewer and emphasizing that she, not Lecter, is the star of this show. It's even more important when you consider that, due to rights issues, CBS can't actually use the Lecter character, most recently seen starring in his own show on NBC.
"The lambs were screaming," actress Rebecca Breeds recites as the lead character, Clarice Starling. "I tried to free them. I thought if I could save just one… but he was so heavy. I couldn't save the lamb. But I will never stop trying."
The teaser ends with a moth landing on Clarice's mouth as a nod to the poster for the 1991 horror-thriller that saw Jodie Foster as Clarice opposite Anthony Hopkins as cannibalistic serial killer Hannibal Lecter. That name, however, won't be mentioned on the CBS show due to rights issues with author Thomas Harris' book characters, as explained by the producers.
"Tears flow across the faces of the heavily done-up Kardashian clan in this trailer for the 20th and final season—on E! at least—of Keeping Up with the Kardashians. After this, the Kardashians—Kris, Kim, Khloe, Kourtney, Kylie and Kendall—can be found on Disney-owned Hulu with original content coming to the streaming service later this year."
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Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson reflects on his formative years while being interviewed as a presidential candidate during the year 2032 in the new trailer for NBC’s Young Rock. Co-created by Nahnatchka Khan (Fresh Off the Boat, Always Be My Maybe) and Johnson, the comedy series based on the wrestler-actor’s life premieres on February 16th.
“To understand me,” Johnson tells the interviewer, “you gotta understand where I came from.” Actor Randall Park, who portrays himself as a journalist in 2032, covers Johnson’s campaign journey in the series, as Entertainment Weekly reports. Rosario Dawson, who makes a brief appearance in the trailer, will play General Monica Jackson, and will serve as “a very integral key to Dwayne Johnson’s presidential campaign,” according to EW.
The clip features flashbacks to Johnson’s formative years, highlighting him growing up in a wrestling family while living in Hawaii at age 10 (played by Adrian Groulx), to his mustachioed mid-teen years (portrayed by Bradley Constant) on through early adulthood (portrayed by Uli Latukefu).
The “wild and true story” spotlights Johnson’s “larger than life family” as well as his rise in athletics, from playing football at University of Miami to becoming a superstar pro wrestler. In addition to Johnson portraying himself as he runs for president, he also serves as narrator.
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NBC released the full-length trailer for "Young Rock" on Tuesday, giving a glimpse of the pro-wrestler-turned-Hollywood star's journey from young kid growing up in Hawaii to getting his start in professional athletics.
The trailer also reveals the "How I Met Your Mother"-esque framing device for the show, which has Dwayne Johnson playing himself as a presidential candidate in 2032, recalling his early life history.
"To understand me," Johnson says in the clip, "you gotta understand where I came from."
Family takes the spotlight in the season one trailer for the CW’s upcoming series Superman & Lois.
Featuring Tyler Hoechlin and Bitsie Tulloch in the titular roles, the newly released teaser gives Superman fans a look at what life may be like for the iconic comic book couple in Smallville.
“We all begin as one version of ourself, but as we grow life changes us,” says Hoechlin’s Clark Kent.
The trailer features a rotoscoped montage of Clark and Lois’ various life events in Smallville – from the birth of their first child to the growing tension that will ensue between the parents and their teenagers. Superman soars through fragments displaying his family members and pulls together the loosening fibers to create a family portrait.
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