The Real Reason Kat Won’t Be Returning To Law and Order: SVU!

The Real Reason Kat Won’t Be Returning To Law and Order: SVU!

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Though “Law & Order: Special Victims Unit” began as a spinoff of the original “Law & Order,” it has since eclipsed its progenitor, becoming the longest-running live-action drama to ever air on TV. Given that the series is in the midst of its 23rd season and showing no signs of slowing down, this is a record it’s likely to hold for some time.

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Of course, amidst such a considerable run, its cast has seen its fair share of comings and goings. One notable example was the departure of Detective Elliot Stabler actor Christopher Meloni in 2011, bringing what was then a nearly 12 year tenure to an end. Fortunately, fans of Stabler can now watch the character on new spinoff series “Law & Order: Organized Crime,” albeit with a personality some viewers find considerably more extreme when contrasted with his previous “Law & Order” run.

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Comparatively, Kat Tamin actor Jamie Gray Hyder doesn’t appear to be so lucky. Though she only just left “Law & Order: SVU” in advance of its Season 23 premiere earlier this year, a Meloni-esque return seems entirely unlikely in her case.

Jamie Gray Hyder was forced to leave SVU

On September 3, a couple of weeks before its premiere, Deadline announced that Season 23 of “Law & Order: Special Victims Unit” would air sans Jamie Gray Hyder and Christian Garland actor Demore Barnes.

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