Breaking Bad alum Dean Norris has joined the cast of season 4 of Law and Order: Organized Crime in a major recurring role, Deadline has confirmed.

Norris will play Randall Stabler, the older brother of Christopher Meloni's Elliot Stabler, in a multi-episode arc. The cast was the first reported by our sister site TVLine.

Like TVLine previously reported, the upcoming fourth season will introduce Stabler's brothers Randall and Joe Jr.

Randall, who left his family when he was young and is now a successful real estate developer, has long-standing tension with Elliot resulting from an event involving his father.

As previously reported, John Shiban replaces Sean Jablonski as showrunner for Season 4 of the NBC police procedural, which is set to return midseason. Release date to be defined.

Starring Melons, Law and Order: Organized Crime is executive produced by Dick Wolf, John Shiban, Paul Cabbad, Meloni, Arthur W. Forney and Peter Jankowski.

The series is produced by Universal Television, a division of Universal Studio Group, in association with Wolf Entertainment.

Norris played Hank Schrader in all five seasons of Breaking Bad. Most recently, he was seen in a supporting role in Chuck Lorre's comedy series. United States of Al, which ran for two seasons on CBS. His other TV credits include Claws, Better Call Saul, The Big Bang Theory, Under the Dome, Scandal It is Take it easy. He also appeared with Meloni in the 2014 film Shortly.