Peacock is getting ready for its big launch next week, and the service is looking to add even more original programming to its line up. A new Dick Wolf series could land on the service at some point, and it was reported by Deadline that Law & Order: Hate Crimes and a reboot of New York Undercover are two of the possibilities being looked at by the service.
Bill McGoldrick, President of Original Content at NBCU Entertainment Networks and Direct-to-Consumer, said that “We definitely want to do something with Dick Wolf but we haven’t landed on a specific show yet.”
New York Undercover aired for four seasons on FOX during the 1990s. A police drama, the show stars Malik Yoba, Michael DeLorenzo, Patti D’Arbanville-Quinn, Lauren Vélez, Jonathan LaPaglia, Marisa Ryan, Josh Hopkins, and Tommy Ford.
Law & Order: Hate Crimes was given a series order by NBC in 2018 but, in 2019, the show was put back into development. Last month, it was revealed that the series wasn’t likely to end up on the network due to “language concerns”.