Stars of Dick Wolf’s FBI, Law & Order and #OneChicago Franchises Mark Their Return to Set Today

What feels like 95% of the broadcast-TV workforce returns to set today, with several stars from prolific producer Dick Wolf’s Law & Order, FBI and #OneChicago franchises sharing on social media their respective excitement.

FBI‘s Missy Peregrym, for one, recorded the sweet Instagram video below, noting that while “I sobbed my little head off today” (knowing that she’ll be seeing son Otis, age 3-1/2, and daughter Mela, 18 months, less than she did during the overlapping WGA and SAG-AFTRA strikes), she expects to “laugh my head off when I see my other family” from CBS’ FBI on-set Monday.

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“I’m really excited that we get to go back to work and make the show we love to make,” Peregrym added. (FBI Season 6 premieres Tuesday, Feb. 13, 2024, leading into new seasons of International and Most Wanted.)

Repping NBC’s Law & Order universe, Ice-T announced on social media over the weekend that he’ll be “Walkin back into work on Monday” for the “First day of filming” SVU Season 25 (premiering Thursday, Jan. 18, 2024, hammocked between new seasons of the Law & Order mothership revival and Organized Crime). “We’re back filming as we speak,” Fin’s portrayer added on Monday morning.

Chicago Med‘s Jessy Schram, meanwhile, on Sunday shared to Instagram a photo of her aboard an airplane that was “Chicago bound.” (NBC’s #OneChicago trinity returns Wednesday, Jan. 17, 2024.)

Chicago P.D. stars Tracy Spiridakos (who will be exiting the drama during the upcoming season) and Marina Squerciati also marked their return to set on Monday via an Instagram photo:

And making it all seem extra, double-secret super-official, TVLine this Monday morning spotted its first post-strikes TV film shoot notice, for SVU (below).

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