In the upcoming fourth season of Law & Order: Organized Crime, viewers will get to meet an important member of Elliot Stabler's family.
And to make things even more exciting, the character will be portrayed by none other than Dean Norris, known for his gritty roles. Norris has been cast as Randall Stabler, Elliot's older brother who is now a successful real estate agent. The two brothers have a strained relationship due to a disagreement involving their father. This won't be the first time Norris and Chris Meloni, who plays Elliot Stabler, have worked together. They previously starred alongside each other in the 2014 comedy film Small Time.
The chemistry between the two actors was evident, and fans are excited to see them reunite on-screen. Norris himself is thrilled about taking on the recurring role of Randall Stabler in Law & Order: Organized Crime. He expressed his excitement on Instagram, saying, "Very excited to be working with my old bud Meloni. Gonna be a fun Winter Spring in NYC." Fans can't wait to see the dynamic between the two actors and the intense performances they will undoubtedly deliver. For those unfamiliar with Dean Norris, he is best known for his role as DEA agent Hank Schrader in the popular series Breaking Bad. He has also appeared in other notable shows such as Better Call Saul, Superstore, The Big Bang Theory, Scandal, and Under the Dome. Norris has proven himself to be a versatile actor, capable of bringing depth and complexity to his characters. Law & Order: Organized Crime Season 4 is set to premiere on Thursday, January 18 at 10/9c on NBC, with streaming available on Peacock the next day.
So mark your calendars and get ready for a thrilling Winter Spring in NYC with Dean Norris and Chris Meloni. Law & Order: Organized Crime Season 4 is just around the corner, and it promises to be an unforgettable ride.