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Dylan McDermott confirms he’ll star in Christopher Meloni’s Law & Order spin-off Organized Crime

The Practice alum Dylan McDermott confirmed Wednesday that he’ll be a series regular in Christopher Meloni’s Law & Order spin-off Organized Crime, which premieres this spring on NBC.

The 59-year-old Golden Globe winner – who boasts 1.4M social media followers – captioned his post: ‘@nbc @nbcsvu @chris_meloni #lawandorderorganizedcrime Here I come!’

It’s unclear who Dylan (born Mark Anthony) will portray in the 13-episode police procedural, which centers on the 59-year-old Emmy nominee’s character Detective Elliot Stabler.   

Premieres this spring on NBC! The Practice alum Dylan McDermott (L) confirmed Wednesday that he’ll be a series regular in Christopher Meloni’s (R) Law & Order spin-off Organized Crime

The 59-year-old Golden Globe winner - who boasts 1.4M social media followers - captioned his post: '@nbc @nbcsvu @chris_meloni #lawandorderorganizedcrime Here I come!'

The 59-year-old Golden Globe winner – who boasts 1.4M social media followers – captioned his post: ‘@nbc @nbcsvu @chris_meloni #lawandorderorganizedcrime Here I come!’

After a devastating personal loss, Stabler ‘rebuilds his life while leading an elite task force that aims to take apart New York’s most powerful crime syndicates one by one.’

Christopher originated the role in NBC’s Law & Order: SVU for 12 seasons before quitting in 2011 over a contract dispute.

On Tuesday, SVU producer-star Mariska Hargitay Instastoried a video from the set of Organized Crime, on which she guest stars as Stabler’s ex-partner Captain Olivia Benson. 

'We workin on it': It's unclear who Dylan (born Mark Anthony) will portray in the 13-episode police procedural, which centers on the 59-year-old Emmy nominee's (L) character Detective Elliot Stabler (pictured Tuesday)

‘We workin on it’: It’s unclear who Dylan (born Mark Anthony) will portray in the 13-episode police procedural, which centers on the 59-year-old Emmy nominee’s (L) character Detective Elliot Stabler (pictured Tuesday)

His director's chair: After a devastating personal loss, Stabler 'rebuilds his life while leading an elite task force that aims to take apart New York's most powerful crime syndicates one by one'

Mariska Hargitay shared this snap confirming they were not on the set of SVU but rather Organized Crime

His director’s chair: After a devastating personal loss, Stabler ‘rebuilds his life while leading an elite task force that aims to take apart New York’s most powerful crime syndicates one by one’ (pictured Monday) 

'It's all happening. OC PTL': Christopher originated the role in NBC's Law & Order: SVU for 12 seasons before quitting in 2011 over a contract dispute (pictured Monday)

‘It’s all happening. OC PTL’: Christopher originated the role in NBC’s Law & Order: SVU for 12 seasons before quitting in 2011 over a contract dispute (pictured Monday)

On Tuesday, SVU producer-star Mariska Hargitay Instastoried a video from the set of Organized Crime, on which she guest stars as Stabler's ex-partner Captain Olivia Benson

'Okay let's do this!' She sipped coffee at 6am

‘Okay let’s do this!’ On Tuesday, SVU producer-star Mariska Hargitay Instastoried a video from the set of Organized Crime, on which she guest stars as Stabler’s ex-partner Captain Olivia Benson

‘There are a lot of unanswered questions about how he left, why the silence vis-à-vis Olivia Benson,’ Christopher dished on The Talk back in July.

‘I think, in real terms, society, and what we are dealing with in society, has changed dramatically. So, I think you have to address that. And, I think the person Elliot was, I think we all evolve. I think all those things are going to be put into play.’

The longest-running US prime-time drama in history, created by Dick Wolf, is now in its 22nd season airing Thursdays on NBC. 

Christopher dished on The Talk back in July: 'There are a lot of unanswered questions about how he left, why the silence vis-à-vis Olivia Benson. I think, in real terms, society, and what we are dealing with in society, has changed dramatically. So, I think you have to address that'

Christopher dished on The Talk back in July: ‘There are a lot of unanswered questions about how he left, why the silence vis-à-vis Olivia Benson. I think, in real terms, society, and what we are dealing with in society, has changed dramatically. So, I think you have to address that’

SVU set snap: The longest-running US prime-time drama in history, created by Dick Wolf, is now in its 22nd season airing Thursdays on NBC (posted Saturday)

SVU set snap: The longest-running US prime-time drama in history, created by Dick Wolf, is now in its 22nd season airing Thursdays on NBC (posted Saturday)

Last September, McDermott scored an Emmy nod for outstanding supporting actor in a limited series for his role as Ernest ‘Ernie’ West in Netflix’s Hollywood.

The No Activity actor next plays Will Hodges opposite Will Smith in Reinaldo Marcus Green’s Williams sisters biopic King Richard, which hits US theaters and streams November 19 on HBO Max.

On the personal front, Dylan has two daughters – Charlotte, 15; and Colette, 24 – from his 13-year marriage to Shiva Rose, which ended in divorce in 2009.

Tennis champs origin story: McDermott next plays Will Hodges opposite Will Smith (L) in Reinaldo Marcus Green's Williams sisters biopic King Richard, which hits US theaters and streams November 19 on HBO Max

Tennis champs origin story: McDermott next plays Will Hodges opposite Will Smith (L) in Reinaldo Marcus Green’s Williams sisters biopic King Richard, which hits US theaters and streams November 19 on HBO Max

Christmas family portrait: On the personal front, the No Activity actor has two daughters - Charlotte (M), 15; and Colette (R), 24 - from his 13-year marriage to Shiva Rose, which ended in divorce in 2009

Christmas family portrait: On the personal front, the No Activity actor has two daughters – Charlotte (M), 15; and Colette (R), 24 – from his 13-year marriage to Shiva Rose, which ended in divorce in 2009




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