Entertainment Mariska Hargitay to SVU Spinoff Star Christopher Meloni: 'Welcome Home'

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Christopher Meloni will reprise his "Law & Order: Special Victims Unit " character, Elliot Stabler, for a It's been nearly 10 years since the "Law & Order" universe featured Meloni , who left at the end of " SVU 's" 12th season after more than a decade starring alongside Mariska Hargitay 's Olivia Benson.

Christopher Meloni will return to the Law & Order fold as Elliot Stabler in a new series that has a 13-episode order from NBC, marking this the first That means that, yes, Meloni 's Stabler and Mariska Hargitay 's Olivia Benson are set to cross paths once again. Meloni exited the show between seasons

Christopher Meloni, Mariska Hargitay standing in a room © Courtesy of NBC

This week marked Christopher Meloni‘s birthday, but the real gift went to Law & Order: SVU fans everywhere, courtesy of Meloni’s former co-star Mariska Hargitay.

“Congratulations and welcome home Elliot Stabler,” Hargitay posted on Instagram on Thursday, following it with the hashtags #ItsBeenAWhile and #MissedYou.

Hargitay, of course, was referencing news from earlier in the week: Meloni will return to the SVU character he played for 12 seasons, via a new Dick Wolf procedural with Stabler at its center.

Stabler will be the boss in a SVU spinoff set in the New York City Police Department’s organized crime division. NBC already has given the series a 13-episode Season 1 order.

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Christopher Meloni ’s SVU Character Is Getting His Own Spin - Off Series. Meloni ’s Stabler quickly became a fan-favorite as the counterpart to Hargitay ’s Benson during the show's first twelve seasons, with Meloni receiving an Emmy nomination for his portrayal of Stabler in 2006.

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Meloni left the procedural in 2011 after contract negotiations between NBC and the actor broke down at the end of Season 12. Stabler retired from the police force off-screen in between seasons, and his longtime partner — Hargitay’s Olivia Benson — didn’t find out until the start of Season 13. Since then, the character has been referenced from time to time, but Meloni has not made an appearance on the series.

Hargitay and Meloni, however, are friends in real life and have frequently shown up in each others’ social media posts.

Are you excited about Stabler’s return to the NYPD? Take a good look at the photo below, then hit the comments with your thoughts!

Happy Birthday @chris_meloni Congratulations and welcome home Elliot Stabler #It’sBeenAWhile #MissedYou

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It’s been nine years since Christopher Meloni said goodbye to Law & Order: Svu . He left the show after 12 seasons in a heated contract dispute, but apparently those bridges weren’t totally burnt, because it’s been announced that Meloni will bring back the character of Elliot Stabler in a new Law

Meloni and Hargitay helmed the show for its first 12 seasons but split up as fictional partners when the former left in 2011 reportedly due to a dispute over Hargitay remains on the show, which is now in its 20th season. In real life, the stars have stayed close friends. Most recently, they shared another cute

A post shared by Mariska Hargitay (@therealmariskahargitay) on Apr 2, 2020 at 12:57pm PDT

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