- SEASON 2
- SEASON 7
- SEASON 8
- SEASON 9
- SEASON 11
- SEASON 12
- SEASON 13
- SEASON 14
- SEASON 15
- SEASON 16
- SEASON 17
- SEASON 18
- SEASON 19
- SEASON 20
Summary of Season 2 (1991) - 6 discs
This critically acclaimed series engages viewers by presenting them a crime that's just been committed, and then walks them through the protocol that follow such incidents, from the investigation to the trial. In Season 2 of the landmark drama, detectives Mike Logan (Chris Noth) and Phil Cerreta (Paul Sorvino) investigate the crimes, then turn things over to Executive District Attorney Ben Stone (Michael Moriarty).
Summary of Season 7 (1996) - 5 discs
The series' seventh season -- which earned two Emmys -- finds Executive Assistant District Attorney Jack McCoy (Sam Waterston) with a new associate (Carey Lowell), who struggles to keep pace with her career and single motherhood. Later, a three-part story follows detectives Curtis (Benjamin Bratt) and Briscoe (Jerry Orbach) to Hollywood to investigate a studio bigwig's murder, and Adam Schiff (Steven Hill) sits at his ailing wife's bedside.
Summary of Season 8 (1997) - 5 discs
The Emmy-winning series returns for more police investigations and courtroom drama inspired by contemporary news events, including an indictment of television violence as a probable cause of real-life bloodshed. In other stories, recovering alcoholic Lennie Briscoe (Jerry Orbach) falls off the wagon after a visit from his estranged daughter, and Assistant District Attorney Jamie Ross (Carey Lowell) considers giving up the practice of law.
Summary of Season 9 (1998) - 5 discs
New assistant prosecutor Abbie Carmichael (Angie Harmon) -- who zealously seeks justice -- joins the ranks of the Manhattan district attorney's office in the long-running series' ninth year. With guest appearances by the likes of Julia Roberts (in an Emmy-winning role), a presidential impeachment story and a two-part episode about the Russian Mafia, this season is full of surprises. Other guests include Lisa Eichhorn, Roy Thinnes and Joe Piscopo.
Summary of Season 11 (2000) - 5 discs
Season 11 of the long-running series kicks off with the introduction of Nora Lewin -- a former law professor and the city's new district attorney -- and a guest appearance from Rudy Giuliani, who was the city's real-life mayor at the time.
Summary of Season 12 (2001) - 5 discs
Playing Assistant District Attorney Serena Southerlyn, Elisabeth Röhm joins the cast (replacing Angie Harmon) for the Emmy-winning series' 12th year. In addition to true life-inspired episodes dealing with celebrity arrests and the disappearance of a state senator's pregnant intern, the shocking events of Sept. 11, 2001, are dramatically incorporated into the season. Guest stars include Gary Busey and Cathy Moriarty.
Summary of Season 13 (2002) - 5 discs
As the acclaimed series enters its 13th year, former Sen. Fred Dalton Thompson takes over as new District Attorney Arthur Branch, whose conservative views often conflict with those of his prosecutorial staff. Case stories torn from the headlines include Laci Peterson's murder, Martha Stewart's insider-trading scandal and Winona Ryder's shoplifting conviction.
Summary of Season 14 (2003) - 6 discs
Catch the entire 14th season of Dick Wolf's long-running series featuring Detective Lenny Briscoe (Jerry Orbach), Executive Assistant D.A. Jack McCoy (Sam Waterston), Assistant D.A. Serena Southerlyn (Elisabeth Rohm) and Detective Eddie Green (Jesse L. Martin) in this absorbing collection. The crew takes on serial killers, scorned lovers, neglected-turned-murderous teens and more. And Briscoe bids the 27th precinct a fond farewell.
Summary of Season 15 (2004) - 5 discs
Kicking off with a gripping episode inspired by prisoner abuse at Abu Ghraib, the 15th season of "Law & Order" continues to chronicle the stories of the New York police who investigate crime and the district attorneys who prosecute the offenders. This season also marks the arrival of Detective Joe Fontana (a dry-witted Dennis Farina), a new transfer from Chicago who partners with Ed Green (Jesse L. Martin).
Summary of Season 16 (2005) - 5 discs
In the 16th season of the hit crime series, detectives Joe Fontana (Dennis Farina) and Ed Green (Jesse L. Martin) head up the investigations while Jack McCoy (Sam Waterston) and Alexandra Borgia (Annie Parisse) prosecute the offenders on behalf of District Attorney Arthur Branch (Fred Dalton Thompson). Season highlights include episodes inspired by the Terri Schiavo affair and the events surrounding Joseph C. Wilson and Valerie Plame.
Summary of Season 17 (2006) - 5 discs
In Season 17 of the hit NBC crime drama, Detective Ed Green (Jesse L. Martin) is promoted to senior detective, with Nina Cassady (Milena Govich) joining him in the junior spot, while Connie Rubirosa (Alana De La Garza) takes over as assistant district attorney. This season finds the team tackling cases inspired by Britney Spears and Kevin Federline; the October 2006 Amish school shooting; Mel Gibson's infamous anti-Semitic tirade; and more.
Summary of Season 18 (2007) - 4 discs
As Jack McCoy (Sam Waterston) ascends to the rank of district attorney, Michael Cutter (Linus Roache) joins the team as assistant DA in the 18th season of the celebrated NBC crime series. Meanwhile, on the investigative side, Detective Cyrus Lupo (Jeremy Sisto) partners with Ed Green (Jesse L. Martin). The ripped-from-the-headlines episodes include cases inspired by the Larry Craig scandal and the Michael Vick dogfighting case.
Summary of Season 19 (2008) - 5 discs
As the 19th season of this long-running crime drama unfolds, District Attorney Jack McCoy (Sam Waterston) rubs ADA Cutter (Linus Roache) the wrong way when he uses a post-9/11 terrorism statute to go after a gang of street fighters. Elsewhere in the city, Detective Cyrus Lupo (Jeremy Sisto) and his newly minted partner, Detective Kevin Bernard (Anthony Anderson), are focused on hauling the bad guys into court where they belong.
Summary of Season 20 (2009) - 5 discs
The high-stakes police investigations and courtroom drama continue to unfold with the 20th and final season of Dick Wolf's award-winning police procedural -- one of the longest-running drama series in the history of television. Anthony Anderson and Jeremy Sisto return as the tough but fair detective duo Kevin Bernard and Cyrus Lupo. S. Epatha Merkerson also returns even-keel precinct Lt. Anita Van Buren.