LAW & ORDER: ORGANIZED CRIME Sets John Shiban as Showrunner - Give Me My Remote : Give Me My Remote

LAW & ORDER: ORGANIZED CRIME Sets John Shiban as Showrunner

October 19, 2023 by  

ORGANIZED CRIME season 4 showrunner

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

LAW & ORDER: ORGANIZED CRIME has found its season 4 showrunner: John Shiban.

ORGANIZED CRIME season 4 showrunner

New ORGANIZED CRIME showrunner John Shiban. (Photo courtesy: John Shiban.)

The drama has undergone several showrunner changes in its first three seasons. ORGANIZED CRIME was ordered straight to series in 2020, with now-FBI: INTERNATIONAL boss Matt Olmstead initially set to run the show; he departed a few months into development, and Ilene Chaiken was brought on to rework and run the series. Chaiken left in February 2022, with season 2 writer Barry O’Brien stepping in temporarily to showrun the end of season 2. (O’Brien stayed with OC in season 3 as a writer/executive producer.)

Bryan Goluboff joined as the season 3 showrunner, and he exited after a few episodes; Sean Jablonski was tapped to replace him. Jablonski left OC in March, with SVU showrunner David Graziano stepping in to finish out OC’s season. (ORGANIZED CRIME ended season 3 in a multi-week crossover with SVU.)

Dick Wolf, Shiban, Paul Cabbad, Christopher Meloni, Arthur W. Forney, and Peter Jankowski will serve as executive producers on OC’s fourth season.

Shiban’s writing credits include a long run on THE X-FILES (where he penned more than 20 episodes), SUPERNATURAL, OZARK, and SHUT EYE. He’s also served as a director on BETTER CALL SAUL, BREAKING BAD, BETTER CALL SAUL, NOS4A2, and more.

ORGANIZED CRIME is set to return midseason.


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