Jeremy Sisto Teases Loophole That Could Allow Him to Make an Appearance on "Law & Order" Reboot

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Jeremy Sisto Teases Loophole That Could Allow Him to Make an Appearance on "Law & Order" Reboot

"FBI" actor Jeremy Sisto talks feeling guilty about "Law & Order" ending in 2009 and the loophole that creator Dick Wolf could use to include him in the reboot.

"I'm really excited it's back," Jeremy says about the "Law & Order" reboot. "I feel a little guilty. I closed it down. I was 18 through 20, the last three years, and then they ended."

And could he make an appearance?

"I was with Dick a couple years ago, at the beginning of 'FBI,' and he was like, 'Did we ever say your last name on 'FBI'...have we said it yet? Because maybe you can be the same character and you just change names," Jeremy tells Rach. "I was like, 'I'm going to leave it to you, Dick, whatever you feel. You're the master. It's your universe." 

You can stream "Law & Order" on Peacock and "FBI" on Paramount+.

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