Mariska Hargitay, Kelli Giddish and Peter Scanavino appear to be in high spirits while working on the New York City set of Law and Order: SVU

Mariska Hargitay, Kelli Giddish and Peter Scanavino were spotted on the New York City set of Law And Order: Special Victims Unit on Thursday.

The actresses, 58 and 42, and the 42-year-old actor appeared to be making the most of their time on the set of the program, during which they joked around with each other.

The trio are currently working on the series' forthcoming 24th season, which will premiere in September.

Hard at work: Mariska Hargitay, Kelli Giddish and Peter Scanavino were spotted on the New York City set of Law And Order: Special Victims Unit on Thursday

Hard at work: Mariska Hargitay, Kelli Giddish and Peter Scanavino were spotted on the New York City set of Law And Order: Special Victims Unit on Thursday

Dressed for success: Hargitay, 58, sported a black v-neck t-shirt and a matching pair of pants and was spotted working alongside Scanavino, 42

Dressed for success: Hargitay, 58, sported a black v-neck t-shirt and a matching pair of pants and was spotted working alongside Scanavino, 42

Hargitay sported a black v-neck t-shirt and a matching pair of pants during the shoot.

The performer also donned a light blue jacket that paired well with the dark brunette shade of her hair.

At one point, she removed her outerwear and put on a stylish pair of aviator-style sunglasses. 

Giddish opted to wear a white button-up shirt underneath a navy blue jacket as she worked on the show's new episodes.

Outerwear: The performer also donned a light blue jacket that paired well with the dark brunette shade of her hair

Outerwear: The performer also donned a light blue jacket that paired well with the dark brunette shade of her hair

Work attire: Giddish, 42, opted to wear a white button-up shirt underneath a navy blue jacket as she worked on the show's new episodes

Work attire: Giddish, 42, opted to wear a white button-up shirt underneath a navy blue jacket as she worked on the show's new episodes

The actress also wore a pair of slim-fitting dark blue pants and a set of black high-heeled shoes.

Her light blonde hair contrasted perfectly with the dark tone of her outerwear.

Scanavino kept it classy in a white button-up shirt that was tucked into a set of light beige pants.

Law And Order: Special Victims Unit first premiered in September of 1999.

All dressed up: The actress also wore a pair of slim-fitting dark blue pants and a set of black high-heeled shoes

All dressed up: The actress also wore a pair of slim-fitting dark blue pants and a set of black high-heeled shoes

Lovely locks: Her light blonde hair contrasted perfectly with the dark tone of her outerwear

Lovely locks: Her light blonde hair contrasted perfectly with the dark tone of her outerwear

Sharp-dressed man: Scanavino kept it classy in a white button-up shirt that was tucked into a set of light beige pants

Sharp-dressed man: Scanavino kept it classy in a white button-up shirt that was tucked into a set of light beige pants

The show serves as a spinoff from the original Law And Order program, which made its debut nine years earlier.

Performers in the cast of the program include Ice-T, Michelle Hurd and BD Wong, among numerous others.

It was announced by Deadline that David Graziano had signed on to serve as the program's showrunner this past June.

Source materials: The show serves as a spinoff from the original Law And Order program, which made its debut nine years earlier

Source materials: The show serves as a spinoff from the original Law And Order program, which made its debut nine years earlier

Stacked cast: Performers in the cast of the program include Ice-T, Michelle Hurd and BD Wong, among numerous others

Stacked cast: Performers in the cast of the program include Ice-T, Michelle Hurd and BD Wong, among numerous others

New blood: It was announced by Deadline that David Graziano had signed on to serve as the program's showrunner this past June

New blood: It was announced by Deadline that David Graziano had signed on to serve as the program's showrunner this past June

The role had previously been filled by Warren Leight over a total of eight seasons. 

Graziano recently spoke about working on the program during an episode of The Hollywood Reporter's TV's Top Five podcast, during which he discussed the show's misrepresentation of police activity.

He stated: 'Individually am I miscontributing to society? I don't know. Collectively, are we? Yeah.'

In the past: The role had previously been filled by Warren Leight over a total of eight seasons

In the past: The role had previously been filled by Warren Leight over a total of eight seasons

Opening up: Graziano recently spoke about working on the program during an episode of The Hollywood Reporter's TV's Top Five podcast, during which he discussed the show's misrepresentation of police activity

Opening up: Graziano recently spoke about working on the program during an episode of The Hollywood Reporter's TV's Top Five podcast, during which he discussed the show's misrepresentation of police activity

Having faith: The entertainment industry figure went on to express that he trusted the show's viewers to separate fiction from reality

Having faith: The entertainment industry figure went on to express that he trusted the show's viewers to separate fiction from reality

The entertainment industry figure went on to express that he trusted the show's viewers to separate fiction from reality. 

'I think that the audience is sophisticated enough to know that this is not the day-to-day reality,' he said.

Graziano then noted that he, and many of his viewers, preferred to believe in a romanticized version of the police. 

Speaking his mind: Graziano stated that 'I think that the audience is sophisticated enough to know that this is not the day-to-day reality'

Speaking his mind: Graziano stated that 'I think that the audience is sophisticated enough to know that this is not the day-to-day reality'

Preference: Graziano then noted that he, and many of his viewers, preferred to believe in a romanticized version of the police

Preference: Graziano then noted that he, and many of his viewers, preferred to believe in a romanticized version of the police

Chit-chat: Hargitay and Giddish appeared to have a good time during the shoot and were seen and chit-chatting with a crew member

Chit-chat: Hargitay and Giddish appeared to have a good time during the shoot and were seen and chit-chatting with a crew member

'I think people wish it were more like [it is on SVU]. I think I wish it were more like this,' he said.

The showrunner also admitted to having a 'begrudging appreciation' for the differences between different Law And Order spinoffs.

The 24th season of Law And Order: Special Victims Unit is set to premiere on September 22. 

Coming soon: The 24th season of Law And Order: Special Victims Unit is set to premiere on September 22

Coming soon: The 24th season of Law And Order: Special Victims Unit is set to premiere on September 22

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Mariska Hargitay, Kelli Giddish and Peter Scanavino work on the NYC set of Law and Order: SVU

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