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“You can’t be a cast member on this show and not have like a baby a year,” joked Mariska Hargitay (Lt. Olivia Benson), who spoke with TODAY on the “SVU” set Thursday ahead of the series’ 18th season.

“I have three kids, Ice-T [Det. Odafin Tutuola] and Kelli [Giddish, Det Amanda Rollins] [have one baby each], Peter [Scanavino, Det. Dominick Carisi Jr.] has two, and there are days when the kids are here and you’re like, ‘Is this a day care center?'” she added.

It’s true, though; the baby boom behind the scenes at “SVU” has been making headlines for almost a year.

Scanavino says he’s brought his children (who are 4 and 8 months) to the set for special photo ops.

“You bring them in here, put them in jail, take photos,” he laughed. “Of course! And all our kids know each other.”

“It’s like ‘Romper Room’ back there,” noted Raúl Esparza (ADA Rafael Barba). “You’ll get pelted by a giant ball in the hallways on your way to the west wing, where the writers are.”

“Ludo [Giddish’s 9-month-old] and Chanel [Ice T’s 10-month old] are like girlfriend/boyfriend situation,” grinned Ice T. “We got good kids. This show is like a sitcom behind the set.”

He then made sure to pull up a melt-worthy image of Chanel holding Ludo’s hand during a recent photo shoot on his cell. We found it on Instagram and are now puddles on the floor:

Cast members agree having kids around is a good thing.

“You go home and you look into your children’s eyes and it changes everything,” says Hargitay. “It’s like, everything’s OK because you’re right here in front of me and now I see life and newness and hope and beauty and all those things we see.

“Our kids can take the day off us … It’s a love chain here. We are in it together,” she says.

Including the next generation!

“Law & Order: SVU” returns to NBC on Sept. 21 at 9 p.m. ET.

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On Sunday, October 25th, usa network is teaming with Mariska Hargitay, the Joyful Heart Foundation, the NO MORE campaign, and NFL players to host a special “Law & Order: SVU” NO MORE Excuses Marathon in commemoration of National Domestic Violence Awareness Month.

The marathon will feature 14 powerful episodes wrapped with newly filmed interstitials, PSAs and digital content throughout the day. The new interstitial campaign features Hargitay and NFL stars — including William Gay (Pittsburgh Steelers), Andrew Hawkins (Cleveland Browns), Mark Herzlich (New York Giants), Ben Watson (New Orleans Saints) and Jason Witten (Dallas Cowboys) – encouraging everyone to “get off the sidelines” to help stop domestic violence and sexual assault.

“I’m proud and heartened to stand with USA and NFL players to say NO MORE to domestic violence and sexual assault,” said Mariska Hargitay. “Being part of NO MORE from the beginning has been a great privilege. We must confront the myths and excuses surrounding-and perpetuating-domestic violence and sexual assault. Together, we can bring an end to this violence.”

During each episode of the 14-hour SVU marathon, viewers will be encouraged to take a pledge to get involved at NOMORE.org and seek additional information from national hotlines and other resources. Throughout the day, USA, Joyful Heart, and NO MORE also will use social media platforms to encourage conversation and inspire greater action to stop and prevent domestic violence and sexual assault. People can follow and join the dialogue by using #NOMOREexcuses.

NO MORE is a public awareness campaign designed to engage bystanders around ending domestic violence and sexual assault. In addition to the new content broadcast during Sunday’s marathon, PSAs created by Y&R, produced by Joyful Heart, directed by Hargitay and featuring celebrities, public figures and athletes will air. These PSAs that highlight the myths and excuses that create misplaced blame on survivors and allow perpetrators to escape accountability will also air. The goal of all the NO MORE PSAs is to help normalize the conversation and break the social stigma surrounding domestic violence and sexual assault. By increasing visibility and fostering more dialogue, NO MORE seeks to change social norms, improve public policies, and generate more resources to prevent domestic violence and sexual assault.

USA has been a leading champion of the effort to stop domestic violence and sexual assault, teaming with Joyful Heart and NO MORE over a year ago to create the “NO MORE Excuses” SVU marathons. Throughout six marathons held since April 2014, more than 25 million viewers have tuned in and gotten critical information and support. The National Sexual Assault Hotline operated by RAINN (Rape, Abuse & Incest National Network), the National Domestic Violence Hotline and other NO MORE coalition partners have seen tremendous increases in calls and website traffic during each marathon. For example, during the April 2014 marathon, the National Sexual Assault Hotline saw a 106% increase in the number of people helped; the National Domestic Violence Hotline had a 21% increase in calls; 1in6.org experienced a 116.2% increase in web traffic and the NO MORE website received a 2,463% surge in traffic. In addition, the hashtags #sayNOMORE, #NOMORE and #NOMOREexcuses trended nationally during the marathon.

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“TRANSGENDER BRIDGE”

09/30/2015 (09:00PM – 10:00PM) (Wednesday) : WHEN A TRANSGENDER TEEN IS TAUNTED BY HIGH SCHOOL KIDS, BULLYING ESCALATES TO TRAGEDY

15 year-old Avery Parker (guest star Christopher Dylan) walks home from school through Fort Tryon Park when she’s surrounded by a group of rowdy boys. Taunts and jokes intensify to pushing and shoving, leaving Avery in the hospital and three assailants under arrest. When the DA’s office decides to try one of the culprits, 15 year-old Darius McCrae (guest star Dante Brown), as an adult, the SVU squad agonizes over whether the punishment fits the crime, and must deal with the pain of both families involved. Starring Mariska Hargitay (Sgt. Olivia Benson), Ice T (Det. Odafin Tutuola), Kelli Giddish (Det. Amanda Rollins) and Peter Scanavino (Det. Sonny Carisi). Also guest starring Robert Sean Leonard (ADA Kenneth O’Dwyer), Adrienne Moore (Cheryl McCrae), Bill Irwin (Dr. Peter Lindstrom), Jessica Phillips (Pippa Cox), Danny Burstein (Eric Parker) and Rebecca Luker (Lisa Parker).

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There’s no doubt Taylor Swift is an unabashed fan of Olivia Benson, the Manhattan police sergeant on Law & Order: SVU played by Mariska Hargitay. Not only is one of her cats named after the character, Swift even invited Hargitay to be a part of her ever-growing squad, which includes Karlie Kloss, Cara Delevingne, and Selena Gomez, when the actress appeared in “Bad Blood” music video.

So it made perfect sense to ask the 51-year-old actress if Swift would return the favor and appear on an episode of the long-running NBC crime drama.

“We just talked about it,” Hargitay told ET during a break from filming. “We’re going to wait until the end of the [1989 World] tour to see how it goes. But it’s in the air.”

While fans will have to wait mid-December before the show can finalize plans with the singer, executive producer Warren Leight offered the next best solution. “We’re thinking of naming a squad room cat Taylor,” he said.

“The squad room needs to get a cat or I need to get a cat and name it Taylor,” Hargitay joked, “either one.”

When asked about appearing at the MTV Video Music Awards with Swift and her “Bad Blood” co-stars, Hargitay simply said it was “an experience” before adding: “The best part of going with Taylor and the girls was that they were so supportive, wonderful and fun.”

“It’s a good posse to jump into,” Hargitay said of her new gal pals.

Even though they’re working on getting Swift for the show, both Hargitay and Leight confirmed a few upcoming guest stars during ET’s visit to the set. Virginia Madsen (Sideways) will appear in episode six as the mother of Det. Rollins (Kelli Giddish) and Adrienne Moore (Cindy on Orange Is the New Black) is in the second episode.

The two-premiere will feature Dallas Roberts (The Good Wife) as a Robert Durst-inspired killer and mark the return of Elizabeth Marvel (House of Cards) as Counselor Rita Calhoun.

Meanwhile, cast members of the hit Broadway musical, Hamilton, will make their way through SVU. Daveed Diggs, who plays Thomas Jefferson on stage, will reunite with his Hamilton co-star Leslie Odom Jr., who recurs as Reverend Curtis Scott on the series.

“It was like SVU: The Musical,” Hargitay gushed about filming with the two stars just a day prior.

The new season of Law & Order: SVU premieres on Wednesday, Sept. 23 at 9 p.m.

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