Sisto has an idea for a potential crossover occasion involving FBI and Law and Order. The actor explained that Wolf has referenced a crossover in the past, however that the news of a Law and Order season 21 suggested additional opportunities. Sisto’s idea involves playing dual roles and having both of his characters meet in a bathroom. Read Sisto’s statement regarding how a crossover could play out underneath:
“That’d be awesome. I should play both [of my] characters! That would be something… I think it would be great assuming there was this really peculiar scene where Jubal was going into the restroom, and he gazed upward and at the following urinal it was Cyrus and we have some strange scene: ‘Hello, don’t I know you from somewhere?’ I don’t have the foggiest idea why we have to be in the men’s room it just felt like an appropriate place for an absurd second.”
With FBI’s newest spin-off, FBI: International, featuring crossovers of its own within its respective franchise, this moment could be the perfect open door to incorporate the show into Wolf’s extensive television universe. However it airs on CBS, Tracy Spiridakos’ appearance allows for the series to continue interconnecting with the Chicago and Law and Order franchises. FBI’s showrunner, Rick Eid, who leader produces FBI: International and previously ran Chicago P.D. and Law and Order: SVU, is as of now set to run the revival of Law and Order as well. That news indicates it is more than possible for fans of these franchises to get additional crossover events.
Jeremy Sisto is expressing his interest in a FBI and Law and Order crossover occasion, where he could get to play dual roles. The actor portrayed Detective Cyrus Lupo on NBC’s long-running and as of late restored Law and Order for three seasons from 2008 to 2010. Sisto at present stars in the CBS wrongdoing drama series, FBI, which first debuted in 2018. FBI tracks the inner workings of the Bureau’s New York office, bringing to bear all of its skills, intellect, and technological expertise on major cases in order to keep the state, as well as the nation, safe. Sisto plays Jubal Valentine, FBI Assistant Special Agent-In-Charge, and stars alongside a cast that includes Missy Peregrym, Zeeko Zaki, John Boyd, and individual Law and Order alum, Alana de la Garza.
The CBS series, having two of its stars descend from the universe of Law and Order, might actually expand its own franchise by taking part in future crossover episodes. Fans partake in Sisto’s performance as Jubal Valentine and watching the actor interact with himself in a FBI and Law and Order crossover occasion could make for some exceptionally entertaining television. With FBI season 4 already underway, and the Law and Order revival set to air in February, viewers will just have to wait and see in the event that Sisto’s strange idea for FBI actually comes to realization.