Olivia Benson’s long-running nightmare is far from over.
Pablo Schreiber — who plays recurring rapist/killer William Lewis — will return to Law & Order: SVU in an episode airing this April, Entertainment Weekly reports.
This time around, William plans to use a 12-year-old girl to rein in Detective Benson for more torture.
The actor not-so-subtly announced his return via Twitter on Tuesday, posting a picture from a New York City airport with the caption “I’m here… #HideBenson.”
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* Comedy Central has extended Key & Peele‘s fourth season to 22 episodes, which will include 20 originals and two best-of installments. Stars/creators Keegan-Michael Key and Jordan Peele will also develop an animated series based on their YouTube personalities Vandaveon and Mike. In the series, the title characters will be 12-year-old middle school hall monitors.
* Keke Palmer (90210) has landed a recurring role in Showtime’s Masters of Sex, which begins production on its second season this month. Palmer will play Coral, the nanny charged with caring for the Masters’ new baby.
* Alan Thicke (Growing Pains) will star in a reality series for TV Guide Network, beginning April 16 at 10/9c. Already ordered for 14 episodes, Unusually Thicke will follow the famous TV dad — who also spawned musician Robin Thicke — in all aspects of his life.