The viewers of "Law & Order: Special Victims Unit" are looking at a couple of cliffhangers for the season 15 finale. The popular show will reveal closure for the season after Sergeant Benson has had more than enough drama on the job. Apparently, she might get some happiness too as the character is wanting a child in her life. According to Christian Post on Wednesday, the season finale of the show offers up some good news for Benson, but Detective Amaro’s career is in jeopardy after he decides to take the law in his own hands.
This "Law & Order: Special Victims Unit" spoiler offers up details about the season finale with information on what fans might expect for the final show before the summer break. Folks who don’t want to know how the show could play out should look away now. As the show comes to a close for the season, the characters are looking ahead to what might be good (and bad) prospects for the future.
Over the past few months, Benson has been personally interested in the life of Baby John Doe, a child that was found and has been moved from foster home to foster home. To the disappointment of a judge, the frequency of the baby being moved so much has been an unacceptable offering of the system. With the hope of finding a new home, Zap2It is reporting on Wednesday that it appears that Benson might be the woman who fulfills the needs of this young child and gets her personal dream fulfilled of being a mom.
The cards are beginning to fall on Detective Amaro’s career. He could lose his badge after roughing up an alleged pedophile who appeared to be taking pictures of children at a park. The confrontation offers a look at how his professional and personal life is falling apart after his wife and daughter leave him.
The "Law & Order: Special Victims Unit" airs Wednesday on NBC.