NBC has been sitting on a Donald Trump-inspired episode of "Law & Order: SVU," but it may still be a while before we get to see it.

The episode, "Unstoppable," was slated to air on Oct. 26, but it has since been postponed indefinitely, according to Entertainment Weekly. The original decision was made so that new episodes of "SVU," "Blindspot," and "Chicago P.D." wouldn't have to compete with game 7 of the World Series on Fox. It was then set for Nov. 15, but the network has since changed its mind; "Unstoppable" and another "SVU" episode -- "Great Expectations" -- are now listed as TBD.

Whenever it airs, "Unstoppable" will feature familiar plot points. The episode centers on a rich politician (played by "Veep" star Gary Cole) whose campaign takes a turn when numerous women come out with serious allegations against him. We don't know yet how that will affect his fictional political career, but if art imitates life, he'll still come out on top.

Check out the promo below."Law & Order: SVU" airs Wednesdays at 9 p.m. ET on NBC.

[via: Entertainment Weekly]

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