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NBC will premiere 'Law & Order: Special Victims Unit' season 17 at 9pm on Wednesday, 23 September.Facebook/Law & Order: Special Victims Unit

After a two month break, Taylor Swift's favourite character Olivia Benson makes her mark on television screens again. Yes, we're talking about "Law and Order: Special Victims Unit" season 11 episode 10, which is airing its midseason premiere on Wednesday, 6 January. The case that haunts the Special Victims Unit is a horror tale which unfolds on a university campus.

The promo for "Law and Order: Special Victims Unit" season 17 episode 10 hints at an affair between a teacher and a student. As the investigative officers discuss the case, one of them rightly points out that an affair of that nature is bound to go bad.

While Lieutenant Olivia Benson (Mariska Hargitay) and her team conduct a man hunt on the campus after a student goes missing, they realise that they have to arrest not just one, but two sexual predators. The synopsis hints that the scene of crime will include a horrifying sex scene and the student might be subject to the machinations of a "dangerous criminal," reported Vine.

A recent Christian Today article indicated that the Special Victims Unit may walk in on the female teacher and a student in the midst of their sexual encounter.

The synopsis for the upcoming episode titled "Catfishing Teacher" reads:

A rendezvous with a teacher is planned by a high-school student, but the situation turns much more dangerous for the teen.

"Law & Order: Special Victims Unit" season 17 episode 10 titled "Catfishing Teacher" airs on Wednesday, 6 January at 9pm on NBC. You can live stream the episode online here.

Watch the promo for season 17 episode 10 here.