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  • Ben Stiller, Mariska Hargitay among stars protesting NBC for 'enabling' Trump with dueling town hall

    "This is not a partisan issue," the letter reads. "This is about the political health of our democracy."

  • Dick Wolf Celebrates 30 Years Since 'Law and Order' Premiered with Throwback Photo

    Law and Order aired on NBC for 20 seasons from 1990-2010

  • Dick Wolf Fires Writer From ‘Law & Order’ Spinoff for Threatening to ‘Light Up’ Looters

    Craig Gore, a writer whose credits include "S.W.A.T." and "Chicago P.D.," has been fired from Dick Wolf's upcoming "Law & Order" spinoff series after controversial Facebook posts about looters and the recent curfew put in place across Los Angeles. "I will not tolerate this conduct, especially during our hour of national grief. I am terminating […]

  • SVU EP: 'It's Pretty Clear' That Stabler Will Be in Season 22 Premiere

    Law & Order aficionados may not have to wait until the SVU spinoff to see Elliot Stabler in action again. In a new episode of the show's behind-the-scenes podcast, SVU showrunner Warren Leight says, "It's pretty clear that Elliot will be in the SVU season opener. I think that much I know." At the end […]

  • 'Law & Order' star Christopher Meloni to return as Elliot Stabler for new spinoff

    Christopher Meloni will reprise his "Law & Order: Special Victims Unit" character, Elliot Stabler, for a forthcoming NBC project from producer Dick Wolf.

  • Christopher Meloni to Reprise ‘SVU’ Role in New Dick Wolf Series at NBC

    Christopher Meloni is set to reprise his “Law & Order: Special Victims Unit” character Elliot Stabler for a new series at NBC, TheWrap has learned.The new series will mark Meloni’s return to the Dick Wolf universe after exiting “SVU” following the show’s 12th season. The series will see Stabler returning to the NYPD as the head of an organized crime unit. “Chicago P.D.’s” Matt Olmstead is being eyed to write the new series and serve as showrunner.The series falls under the five-year overall deal Wolf signed with his longtime studio home Universal Television last month, which included series commitments for multiple new projects.Also Read: CBS, NBC Will Get Extra NFL Playoff Game Under Expanded FormatWolf will serve as executive producer on the project alongside Arthur W. Forney and Peter Jankowski of Wolf Entertainment.In conjunction with the deal, NBC renewed all four of Wolf’s series — “Chicago Fire,” “Chicago P.D.,” “Chicago Med” and “SVU” — for three additional seasons each. The renewal extends “SVU’s” run as the longest-running live-action primetime series in TV history, through Season 24. Meloni’s former co-star Mariska Hargitay remains aboard the series as its star.Since leaving “SVU” in 2011, Meloni has starred in a number of other series, including Syfy’s “Happy!,” Netflix’s “Wet Hot American Summer” series and Fox’s short-lived “Surviving Jack.” His other recent TV credits include “Handmaid’s Tale,” WGN America’s “Underground,” as well as voicing Commissioner Gordon in the animated “Harley Quinn” series for DC Universe.Deadline first reported news of the new series.Read original story Christopher Meloni to Reprise ‘SVU’ Role in New Dick Wolf Series at NBC At TheWrap

  • Elliot Stabler ‘Law & Order: SVU’ Spinoff With Christopher Meloni Set at NBC

    Christopher Meloni is bringing his "Law & Order: SVU" character back to television. Variety has confirmed with sources that Meloni will return as Elliot Stabler in a new NBC series that hails from "Law & Order" mastermind Dick Wolf. The show has received a 13-episode order at the broadcaster. The show will reportedly follow Stabler as […]

  • The Handmaid's Tale Season 3 Adds Christopher Meloni, Elizabeth Reaser

    Here’s a reason to be Happy: Christopher Meloni is joining The Handmaid’s Tale, Hulu announced on Thursday. The Law & Order: SVU vet (who currently stars on Syfy’s bonkers graphic-novel adaptation Happy!) is set to guest-star as Commander Winslow in the Emmy-winning drama’s forthcoming third season. The character is described as a “powerful and magnetic Commander who hosts the Waterfords on […]

  • 'Happy!' is wacky, violent fun

    A nonstop hour of bloody violence and madcap humor, "Happy!" certainly moves Syfy away from its trademark production of "Sharknado" films.

  • ‘Wet Hot American Summer’: Watch Paul Rudd Not Age Over The Years

    Last week, Netflix released the first glimpse of the long-awaited sequel series to the cult classic, showing us how some of our favorite characters have “blossomed” since that fateful and absurd last day at Camp Firewood. All Eight episodes of Wet Hot American Summer: Ten Years Later will be available Friday, August 4 on Netflix.

  • How Hall of Fame Character Actor Stephen Tobolowsky Approaches Each Role

    A member of our Character Actor Hall of Fame, Stephen Tobolowsky charts his career from 'Groundhog Day' to Netflix's 'One Day at a Time.'

  • Christopher Meloni Reveals Amy Schumer and Goldie Hawn Comforted Him After His Mother’s Death

    Law & Order: SVU actor Christopher Meloni stopped by The Talk on Wednesday and shared a heartfelt story about losing his mother during the filming of his upcoming comedy, Snatched.  The actor revealed the unique condolences he received from co-stars Amy Schumer and Goldie Hawn. “We were shooting in Hawaii, and I did a few of my scenes for a couple weeks there, and then they said, ‘We’re not going to need you for a while, so you go home.’ So I went back east, and unfortunately my mother got ill, and so she passed,” Meloni said. “I actually had to leave her bedside, flew [back to Hawaii], and by the time I landed, she had passed.

  • ‘SVU’ costars Mariska Hargitay and Christopher Meloni reunite for holiday selfie

    Mariska Hargitay and Christopher Meloni were the perfect cop tandem for 12 seasons on Law & Order: Special Victims Unit before the latter’s departure. They’ve stayed close enough to get together for the holidays, catch up, and snap a selfie.

  • Get an Inside Look at WGN's 'Underground' From John Legend and the Cast

    WGN America’s new historical thriller Underground promises a very different look at our country’s uncomfortable history with slavery — and this first-look video shows exactly how different.