Anthony Anderson may be making a return to the upcoming revival of Law & Order.
In an upcoming episode of Rachel Ray's syndicated talk show, obtained by Deadline, Anderson, who played Detective Kevin Bernard for two seasons, says he's already been approached about making a return on the Emmy-winning crime drama.
"I did have a conversation with Dick Wolf," Anderson says of the show's creator. "I will just say that. So, we'll see what the future holds."
As previously reported, NBC has greenlit season 21 of Wolf's Law & Order, 11-and-a-half years after it was abruptly canceled. Like previous seasons, the show will once again center on "the police who investigate crime and the district attorneys who prosecute the offenders."
Although casting details have yet to be announced, the new season of Law & Order is expected to feature many of the same characters from the original series, including Jack McCoy, who was played by Sam Waterson.
Anderson's interview with Rachel Ray will air October 14. Check your local listings to watch live.
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