SVU TV schedule for July: This month’s available reruns

LAW & ORDER: SPECIAL VICTIMS UNIT-- Pictured: "Law & Order: Special Victims Unit" Key Art -- (Photo by: NBC)
LAW & ORDER: SPECIAL VICTIMS UNIT-- Pictured: "Law & Order: Special Victims Unit" Key Art -- (Photo by: NBC) /

When can you watch Law and Order SVU this month on NBC? Here’s when and where Law and Order SVU will air in July, and which episodes are on tap.

Good news for fans of Dick Wolf‘s Law and Order SVU, as NBC is continuing to keep the show on the air over its summer hiatus.

July will feature more SVU repeats as NBC continues to lay groundwork for the show’s upcoming move from Wednesday nights to Thursday nights. Unlike last month, though, these repeats are now in broadcast order.

These episodes continue to take the time slot that belonged to Chicago Fire this season, which means you won’t be seeing that show this month; you can find the One Chicago TV schedule for July here.

Below the jump is the SVU TV schedule for July. Note that this schedule is only for NBC airings and does not include the syndicated broadcasts of the show on NBC’s sister network USA or on local stations; visit the USA website and check your local listings for syndicated episodes.

Thursday, July 5: “The Undiscovered Country”

The final episode for Raul Esparza as Assistant District Attorney Rafael Barba, and the first for former Chicago Justice star Philip Winchester as Assistant District Attorney Peter Stone. When Barba makes a career-altering choice, Stone is enlisted by Jack McCoy (special guest star Sam Waterston) to prosecute him. Originally aired Feb. 7, 2018.

Thursday, July 12: “Chasing Demons”

Stone’s first case as Assistant District Attorney for the Special Victims Unit is jeopardized by the behavior of Brian Cassidy (special guest star Dean Winters). When Cassidy suddenly becomes a suspect, that puts his ex-girlfriend Olivia Benson (Mariska Hargitay) caught between duty and her loyalty to the man she once worked with and then dated. Originally aired Feb. 28, 2018.

Thursday, July 19: “In Loco Parentis”

Dominick Carisi (Peter Scanavino) takes center stage when his niece accuses one of her classmates of sexual assault, but his subsequent investigation into her complaint suggests that she may not be telling the full truth. Meanwhile, Carisi’s closeness to the case also causes problems for the rest of the Special Victims Unit. Originally aired March 7, 2018.

Thursday, July 26: TBA

Episode to be announced.

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