LAW & ORDER: ORGANIZED CRIME: Bryan Goluboff Exits, Sean Jablonski to Serve as Showrunner - Give Me My Remote : Give Me My Remote

LAW & ORDER: ORGANIZED CRIME: Bryan Goluboff Exits, Sean Jablonski to Serve as Showrunner

September 1, 2022 by  

Law and Order Organized crime showrunner

LAW & ORDER: ORGANIZED CRIME — Pictured: “Law & Order: Organized Crime” Logo — (Photo by: NBCUniversal)

LAW & ORDER: ORGANIZED CRIME is undergoing another behind-the-scenes change: Bryan Goluboff has exited the NBC drama, and Sean Jablonski will serve as showrunner moving forward.

ORGANIZED CRIME was ordered straight to series in 2020, with Matt Olmstead initially set to run the show; he departed a few months later, and Ilene Chaiken stepped in to rework and run the series. Chaiken exited in February 2022, with Barry O’Brien (who was a part of the season 2 writing staff) stepping in temporarily to showrun the end of season 2. (O’Brien stayed with OC in season 3 as a writer/executive producer.)

Law and Order Organized crime showrunner

Sean Jablonski (Photo credit: Catherine Rodriguez)

Goluboff joined ORGANIZED CRIME between seasons 2 and 3, coming off a run at LAW & ORDER: SPECIAL VICTIMS UNIT. “The episode we did [on SVU] with [ORGANIZED CRIME star] Chris [Meloni]—with Gabe Navarro and the woman who was the singer in the nightclub; that whole thing with the conflict between Benson and Stabler—that was an episode where I really enjoyed being in the OC universe…the size of it and the international scope of the crimes,” Goluboff told Give Me My Remote in August. “It kind of hooked me into talking about OC with the Wolf [Entertainment] people, and getting an understanding of where the show could go…I enjoyed being in that universe with them. And it’s definitely sparked a lot of stuff [for me].”

Jablonski’s previous writing credits including PROJECT BLUE BOOK, NIP/TUCK, SUITS, LAW & ORDER, and OZ.

It’s a season of transition for the franchise, as LAW & ORDER added Mehcad Brooks to its cast, LAW & ORDER: SVU set David Graziano as its new showrunner and long-time co-star Kelli Giddish will exit during the upcoming season. The LAW & ORDERs will also have a franchise-first three-show crossover to kick off the season on Thursday, September 22.

Season 3 of ORGANIZED CRIME stars Meloni, Danielle Moné Truitt, Ainsley Seiger, Brent Antonello, and Rick Gonzalez star. Dick Wolf, Jablonski, Goluboff, O’Brien, John Polson, Paul Cabbad, Arthur Forney, Meloni, and Peter Jankowski serve as executive producers.

LAW & ORDER: ORGANIZED CRIME, Fall, Thursdays, 10/9c, NBC


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One Response to “LAW & ORDER: ORGANIZED CRIME: Bryan Goluboff Exits, Sean Jablonski to Serve as Showrunner”

  1. Dolores on September 2nd, 2022 12:21 am

    Why are there so many additions to Law and Order Organized Crime and The Law and Order franchise. It is frustrating as hell for us viewer’s to like a character and you writers take it upon yourselves to get rid of them. Maybe we don’t want them gone. We don’t want new people every other episode. It is irritating, frustrating and down right rude!!! We miss our good actors, great characters like Munch, Cassidy, Logan and Alex. What about what the fans want and not lazy writers. Who can’t think of anything but getting rid of a great actor and giving us crap. Thanks for irritating us.