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How to Watch ‘Law & Order: SVU’ Online – Live Stream Season 21 Episodes

By Gabriela Vatu / September 28, 2019

One of the longest-running TV shows currently on screens is Law & Order: SVU. The Special Victims Unit procedural show has reached its 21st season, and we have every intention of watching it all online.

The first time Law & Order: SVU aired was back in 1999, so it's been quite a while since then. Over the years we've seen a lot of cast changes, as it is normal with a show that has been running for two decades. The consistent storyline and the compelling characters that have reached the screen have made it a wonderful success. One of the elements that have made the show such a success is the fact that many of the cases they handle in the show are actually based on real-life events, especially ones that received a lot of media attention over the years.

Law & Order: SVU continues to star Mariska Hargitay as Olivia Benson, the lead detective of the SVU. Nowadays, the cast also features Ice T, Kelli Giddish, and Peter Scanavino.

When and Where to Watch Law & Order: SVU?

The 21st season of Law & Order: SVU premiered on NBC on September 26th. You will be able to watch new episodes every Thursdays at 10 p.m., so make sure to tune in at the right time.

How Can I Live Stream Law & Order: SVU?

Watching TV online is one of the best ways you can consume content nowadays, and there are loads of platforms that can help you watch NBC. One of our favorites is fuboTV, which features over a hundred channels in the main bundle and gives you loads of freedom. Start your 7-day free trial on fuboTV now! There is a single bundle of channels on fuboTV and many others stream over in channel packs.

As mentioned, you can deeply customize your platform by adding channel packs and premium networks to your subscription. fuboTV has loads of dedicated apps for various devices including IOS and Android phones and tablets, Amazon Fire TV, Apple TV, Android TV, Chromecast, Roku, and Samsung Smart TVs. (Note: fuboTV only works in the United States, so if you're going to watch it when traveling outside of the country, you're going to need to use a VPN. Click here to learn how you can do this.)

Here's what you need to do to start your 7-day free trial on fuboTV:

Other Ways to Watch Law & Order: SVU

Sling TV - Over on Sling TV there are three bundles, but NBC is only part of two of these - Blue and Orange + Blue. Start your Sling TV subscription by saving 40% off your first month. You can customize your subscription by adding tons of channel packs and premium networks.

Hulu - We also have Hulu on the list, and it's a great service with a ton of channels, including NBC. Start your 7-day free trial on Hulu today! Your Hulu live TV subscription will also get you access to the video-on-demand library the streaming service has.

What Can I Do to Watch Law & Order: SVU from Outside of the United States?

Live TV platforms like fuboTV, Sling TV, or Hulu are awesome to use but they are all geoblocked. What this means for you is that you can't access any of the content when you travel outside of the United States. This is quite inconvenient, of course, but it's something that's perfectly normal. Either way, if you want to access the content you can do this easily by using a VPN to change your IP address so the site thinks you're still in the US. On TechNadu we only recommend the best, so you should try out ExpressVPN.

Here is what you need to do to use ExpressVPN to watch Law & Order: SVU on fuboTV:

Can I watch Law & Order: SVU on NBC's Website?

NBC's website does feature a live stream so you can, technically, watch Law & Order: SVU on the network's website. Of course, you have to keep in mind that you are going to need credentials from your TV provider in order to do this. The provider can be a live TV service or a cable company if you haven't yet cut the cord.

NBC also has an app that works on iOS phones and tablets, Android phones and tablets, Apple TV, Amazon Fire TV, Android TV, Xbox One, Xbox 360, as well as several smart TVs. (Note: Both the NBC live stream and the app are geo-blocked, so you're going to have to use a VPN if you want to access them when traveling abroad. Click here to get all the details!)

Can I Watch Law & Order: SVU with a TV Antenna?

TV antennas are particularly popular among cord-cutters because they are cheap and you can watch a couple of dozens of channels for free. Thankfully, NBC is one of the channels that are available over-the-air.

We advise you to check a site such as NoCable which can tell you whether NBC airs in your location, as well as how far the broadcasting stations are. This will help you figure out what range your device should have so you can make the most out of the tool. You should check out the antennas we recommend above and see whether or not you enjoy any of them. (Note: Even when broadcast OTA, NBC is a channel that is only available in certain markets. If you live in a city that doesn't get NBC, you can use a VPN to connect to a server that's in a different city.)

Can I Binge-Watch Law & Order: SVU?

You most certainly can do that because you will find plenty of episodes on the NBC website. The most recent ones you'll be able to watch without even logging into an account, albeit for a limited time period. You can also binge on all SVU seasons on Hulu.

Can I Purchase Law & Order: SVU Episodes and Seasons?

Yes, that's something that you can do since you can buy episodes or full seasons of the show from platforms like Google PlayYouTubeAmazon PrimeMicrosoft StoreiTunes, or Vudu. Check all the links before buying anything as they may have better prices available for you.

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