"Law & Order: SVU": Start of season 23 on VOX

After VOX postponed the broadcast of the 23rd “Law & Order: Special Victims Unit” season at short notice in August, the Cologne broadcaster now has one new appointment found for the first ten new episodes. Friday will remain the broadcast day, but the competition for the double episodes broadcast from 8:15 p.m. is not far greater than in the summer. VOX start with the Airing from November 25thi.e. in a direct duel against the football World Cup, which will be held in Qatar from November 20th.

In the first episode of the 23rd round, detective Olivia Benson (Mariska Hargitay) and her team have to deal with an influential congressman who is involved in the criminal white slave trade. The team wants to put him behind bars for life, but the case turns out to be more complicated than expected. Meanwhile, Benson faces a dilemma when, in the case of Javon Brown, her loyalty to Deputy Chief Christian Garland (Demore Barnes) is tested. The SVU team is supported by Detective Joe Velasco (Octavio Pisano).

VOX relies on old goods during the World Cup

During the World Cup holds VOX a little behind with new material, although there are new episodes of some formants in the daytime program, but in the first week of the World Cup, for example, “Shopping Queen” at 3:00 p.m. and “The Perfect Dinner” at 7:00 p.m. pause. Both formats are only repeated from the previous year. Apart from “Law & Order: SVU”, there is also old stock in prime time. On Monday, November 21, VOX will be repeating “Goodbye Germany” and on Tuesday, “Hot oder Schrott” will feature an episode from January of this year. The next day, prime time is filled with old “Bones – Die Knochenjägerin” issues, while on Thursday “Men in Black” and “Men in Black II” are used.

The only new start is on the evening before Saturday, November 19th, “The Dog Professional on the Road”, which will be broadcast from 7:10 p.m. In it, Martin Rütter sets out to get to know the profession of taxidermist better. He meets very different animal taxidermists, is allowed to pull the fur over the ears of an arctic wolf and admire “immortal” dogs and cats.

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