Sign in. Detective Olivia Benson : So, Thomas, why are you so hung up about being gay? I mean, from what I hear from the M. Thomas Mathers : I'm not gay, all right? I'm just
Time for that to change. The ADA role is the perfect place for that. And I think it would be interesting," Scanavino said during a set visit in Outgoing showrunner Michael Chernuchin oversaw the show for seasons 19 and 20 and told E! We have a core group of people, I don't think we need any new people on the show.
On Sunday, Americans' love for television binge-watching will end up helping fight domestic abuse -- at least, that's what Vice President Joe Biden and actress Mariska Hargitay are hoping for. The duo, who are supporting the No More campaign , aim to provide victims and their loved ones with the resources to access help. In one of three spots that will air on Sunday, Biden and Margitay point out the difference between how domestic violence is treated on-screen and off. About 1 in 4 women and 1 in 7 men have been the victim of severe physical violence by an intimate partner in the U. Biden, who spearheaded the Violence Against Women Act as a senator in , teamed up with Hargitay last year at a news conference in Maryland.
The year-old actress has been portraying Benson since the series' pilot and has held it down for 20 years. Benson now reigns as the badass Commanding Officer of Manhattan's Special Victims Unit, and Hargitay says she has no plans to retire the character anytime soon. During the show's 20th anniversary celebration at the Tribeca TV Festival, Hargitay revealed to Entertainment Tonight that she feels "fulfilled" playing Benson and still considers her job to be an incredible privilege. When it comes to the future of the series, Hargitay believes in staying in the present and focusing on making each season the best.