Mariska Hargitay is spotted while working on an episode of Law & Order: Special Victims Unit

Mariska Hargitay stays close to Julia Goldani Telles as they film an episode of Law & Order: Special Victims Unit inspired by Johnny Depp and Amber Heard’s trial

Mariska Hargitay was spotted while filming an episode of Law & Order: Special Victims Unit in Manhattan on Friday afternoon.

The 58-year-old star was joined by actress Julia Goldani Telles and character actor Radioman as they filmed the episode, which included the participation of numerous extras.

The episode will apparently be inspired by Johnny Depp‘s defamation trial against his ex-wife Amber Heard

Hard at work: Mariska Hargitay was spotted while working on an episode of Law & Order: Special Victims Unit in Manhattan on Friday afternoon

Hard at work: Mariska Hargitay was spotted while working on an episode of Law & Order: Special Victims Unit in Manhattan on Friday afternoon

Hargitay is currently prepping for the release of the long-running legal drama series’ 24th season. 

She wore a light blue jacket on top of a black V-neck T-shirt during the taping of the program.

The Primetime Emmy–winning actress also rocked a set of black pants and a matching pair of high-heeled shoes.

She accessorized with a set of dark sunglasses and her gorgeous brunette hair fell onto her shoulders.

Telles, 27, opted for an all-polka-dotted outfit that included a sheer top and a white skirt.

Large crowd: The 58-year-old actor was joined by actress Julia Goldani Telles and character actor Radioman as they filmed the episode, which included the participation of numerous extras

Large crowd: The 58-year-old actor was joined by actress Julia Goldani Telles and character actor Radioman as they filmed the episode, which included the participation of numerous extras

The performer also donned a pair of dual-tone high-heeled shoes and a set of sunglasses.

Law & Order: Special Victims Unit served as the first spinoff from the original Law & Order, which premiered in 1990.

The new version of the program, which debuted in 1999, has since become the longest-running live-action scripted series in television history.

The cast of the series includes performers such as Ice-T, Christopher Meloni and Kelli Giddish, among numerous others.

Making history: The new version of the program, which debuted in 1999, has since become the longest-running live-action scripted series in television history

Making history: The new version of the program, which debuted in 1999, has since become the longest-running live-action scripted series in television history

Law & Order: Special Victims Unit was renewed for its upcoming 24th season in February of 2020.

This past June, it was announced that longtime showrunner Warren Leight would be stepping down from his role.

It was later revealed that David Graziano would replace the entertainment industry figure.

The show’s forthcoming 24th season is currently set to premiere on September 22. 

In the future: The show's forthcoming 24th season is currently set to premiere on September 22

In the future: The show’s forthcoming 24th season is currently set to premiere on September 22

Hargitay spoke about the series’ popularity during an interview with Parade, where she gave her thoughts about why the program had lasted for so long. 

She stated: ‘SVU resonates because it’s a path to healing and a path to survivorship. Each week, Olivia Benson and the team depict an environment of compassion, sympathy, and justice.’

The performer then expressed that the program also served to highlight cases of injustice and what could be done in the future.

‘The conversations that the show inspires have brought a greater awareness and understanding of the issues. And every disclosure is a chance to show that a victim is to be believed,’ she said. 

Opening up: Hargitay spoke about the series' popularity during an interview with Parade, where she gave her thoughts about why the program had lasted for so long

Opening up: Hargitay spoke about the series’ popularity during an interview with Parade, where she gave her thoughts about why the program had lasted for so long

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