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Harmon to Star in Fertility Clinic Drama

Angie Harmon (search), best known for her role on NBC's "Law & Order (search)," will return to the network to star as an ambitious reproductive specialist in "Inconceivable," a new drama series set in a fertility clinic.

"Inconceivable (search)," also starring Ming-Na ("E.R.") and Jonathan Cake ("Empire"), will air on Friday nights, NBC said in a recent statement. The series, set to debut this fall, will revolve around the clinic's doctors, lawyers and patients.

Harmon, 32, played Assistant District Attorney Abbie Carmichael on "Law & Order" from 1998 to 2001.

Her screen credits include "Good Advice," "Agent Cody Banks" and the upcoming "Fun With Dick and Jane," a remake of the 1977 comedy starring Jim Carrey and Tea Leoni.

Harmon, who is married to football player Jason Sehorn (search), gave birth to their second daughter, Avery Grace, on June 22. The couple have a 20-month-old daughter Finley Faith.