Detective Elliot Stabler is leading a new show in a “Law & Order: SUV” spinoff “He’s back,” actor Christopher Meloni said of his character on his Facebook.

NBC has ordered a 13-episode series from executive producer Dick Wolf, in which Meloni will revive his 12-season character.

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NBC has ordered a 13-episode series from executive producer Dick Wolf, in which Meloni will revive his 12-season character, Deadline reported. The drama will revolve around an NYPD organized crime unit led by Meloni’s Stabler.

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It is part of the nine-figure, multi-platform five-year deal Wolf signed with Universal Television last month, Deadline reported. The deal includes multiple series commitments for the producer responsible for many popular dramas including the “Law & Order” franchise and the “Chicago Med,” “Chicago Fire” and “Chicago P.D.” series.

The series could be branded as part of the “Law & Order” franchise, which leaves room for a crossover with former costar Mariska Hargitay’s “SVU,” Deadline reportedFans have lauded Hargitay and Meloni’s on-camera chemistry, often rooting for Detectives Olivia Benson and Elliot Stabler to get together, something Meloni said would ruin the show.

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I’m the guy who will right the wrong and she’s the one who will nurture,” Meloni told James Lipton on a 2016 episode of “Inside the Actors Studio,” adding that a romance would have ruined that dynamic. Meloni earned an Emmy nomination for the role in 2006 and left the show in 2011.