Anthony Anderson is not returning for 22 seasons – deadline

Detective Kevin Bernard has once again launched his badge. Anthony Anderson, who reflected his character from the original run of the series in the new season 21, will not return for 22 seasons.

Reported as the November deadline, Anderson has signed a one-year contract and has chosen not to continue the upcoming season, which has been picked up by NBC. According to sources, Anderson wanted to support Dick Wolf in re-launching the franchise’s motherhood for one season and always planned to move on after that.

Peer original Law and order The star, Sam Waterston, also signed a one-year contract for Season 21. It is unknown at this time what he will do after leaving the post. At a promising sign, the veteran appeared on NBCUniversal’s upfront stage, showcasing programming and talent for the upcoming season.

In the recent Season 21 final there was no indication that Anderson would leave. In it, Bernard (Anthony Anderson) and his partner Cosgrove (Jeffrey Donovan) were investigating the murder of an off-duty police officer.

Anderson, who ended his career as an ABC star and executive producer Black-ish, Business remains with the previously announced NBCUniversal Anthony Anderson and Mom: European Vacation Comedy and travel shows for e!

Its new installment Law and order, From Dick Wolf and writer-Shorer Rick Eid, the classic bipartisan format continues and re-examines “police who investigate crime and district attorneys who try criminals.” Also starring Cameron Mannheim, Hugh Dansy and Odelia Halevy.

Law and order A division of Universal Studios Group is produced by Wolf Entertainment and Universal Television. Wolf, Eid, Arthur W. Forney and Peter Jankowski are executive producers.

Anderson has been represented by UTA, Artist First and Goodman, Zeno, Schenkman, Smelkinson and Christopher.

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