NBC’s new (old) Law & Order adds Anthony Anderson and Hugh Dancy – .

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NBC’s new (old) Law & Order adds Anthony Anderson and Hugh Dancy – .


Anthony Anderson (Mike Coppola/Getty Images pour Tribeca Festival), Hugh Dancy (Monica Schipper/Getty Images)

Anthony Anderson (Mike Coppola/Getty Images pour Tribeca Festival), Hugh Dancy (Monica Schipper/Getty Images)
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What is a crossover episode ?! Law & Order : intention cannibale? Whatever joke you want to make, NBC’s cover of the original Law and order series will bring back Anthony Anderson – who starred in the final seasons of the show’s original series as Detective Kevin Bernard – and launch Annibal star Hugh Dancy as deputy prosecutor.

Anderson is the first old man Law and order star to join the new series, but NBC would really like Sam Waterston to return to some extent, and Dancy is the first Team Law member to be cast on the series. Newcomer Jeffrey Donovan, whom we heard, joins Anderson on Team Order earlier this month would play a detective. NBC was eerily silent on details of Donovan’s character beyond that, so he could also be a spy. (It’s another crossover joke, this time about Burn notice!)

Nothing is known about Jeremy Sisto’s Detective Cyrus Lupo, who was Detective Kevin Bernard’s partner, but maybe Sisto was just waiting to see what Anderson did before agreeing to sign up. He’s on CBS ‘ FBI show, so he’s at least still in the Dick Wolf family.

With Anderson on board, however, we at least recognize for the first time that this will serve as a canonical continuation of the original. Law and order series rather than some sort of total reboot like all Spider Man movies. We didn’t really think it would happen, but it would’ve been a convincing fan theory if NBC hadn’t been able to bring back some old guys. Law and order characters.

The new old Law and order, of which NBC is planning the 21st season of the original show, comes from showrunner Rick Eid. It is scheduled to air on NBC on February 24.

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[Courtesy of The Hollywood Reporter]

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