A man from Elizabethtown will play in the episode “Law and Order” tonight; here’s how to watch Entertainment
The Elizabethtown native plays a supporting role in the episode “Law and Order”, which debuts on Thursday.
23-year-old Brian Soutner will star in a future episode of “Law and Order” called “Heritage”. In the episode, detectives Kevin Bernard and Frank Cosgrove determine why a student killed a private school principal.
Southner plays best friend shooter.
The episode debuts on Thursday, April 28, at 8pm on NBC. It will also be available for broadcast via Peacock, Hulu and FuboTV.
This is the 21st season of “Law and Order” and the first since 2010. There will be 10 series in the reboot. “Heritage,” an episode starring Soutner, is the seventh episode of the season.
“It’s so exciting to be in this brand new restarted season,” Soutner said in an email to LNP | LancasterOnline.
Soutner graduated from Elizabethtown High School in 2016. In addition to being a member of the School Theater Arts Club, he has also appeared in several public theater productions in Lancaster County, including the Euphrates Center for the Performing Arts.
Soutner currently lives in New York City, where he is pursuing an acting career.