Hyland guest-starred in multiple episodes in the past, but this new one is now the hottest of them all.
Sarah Hyland’s ‘SVU’ Appearance Is A Must See!
Sarah Hyland first appeared in the Season 3 premiere episode of “Law & Order: SVU” called “Repression,” where she played Lily, the possibly mistreated daughter of a man accused of abuse.
In 2005, she returned to the franchise for the short-lived Law & Order: Trial by Jury, and then again in 2009, where she played the role of a young disturbed competitive prep-school student. Though it has been 15 years since the episode aired, her appearance went viral on social media in the summer of 2023 and is now going viral once again.
One scene, in particular, is gaining the attention of fans as her character admits to murdering her best friend so she could be the smartest kid in their class.
One fan took to X, formerly known as Twitter, to share, “Sarah Hyland needs an Emmy for her Law & Order SVU episode,” while another said, “So I guess I’m officially scared of @Sarah_Hyland . Wowee. “.
A third wrote, “Sarah Hyland’s ‘svu’ performance… the tears from her eyes fell to a ground and created a body of water that we now know as mother lake”.
Sarah Hyland played Sarah Banks in the “Law & Order: SVU” episode titled “Hothouse,” which can be streamed on Peacock.
Sarah Hyland Opens Up About Set Of ‘Modern Family’
Sarah Hyland recently sat down with BuzzFeed to talk about her “Modern Family” days, even admitting that she could be. a loudmouth while on set, which led the production crew to have to make some modifications while filming.
“I feel like I had such a loud mouth when we were filming Modern Family. What else can I say?” Hyland admitted. “What people don’t know is when Haley was pregnant, they made a fake prosthetic belly for when we did an ultrasound scene. I had to go into a place and they took pictures of my stomach. Every woman’s dream, right? Pictures of your stomach for skin tone — and I have some freckles on my stomach, and on the prosthetic, they had them where they would be if this skin was stretched out.”
She continued, “It was so creepy and crazy. I was like, ‘Do I get to keep this?’ And they’re like, ‘No.’ Who just has a prosthetic of my pregnant stomach somewhere? Where does that go? It’s so weird. I also wore a onesie for when you don’t see the actual skin of the belly. I got so into character that I gained like 20 pounds on set — because in my head, I go, ‘Crap, I’m eating for three. I have twins!’ And then I’d go back to my trailer and take it off and be like, ‘Oh no, what did I do?’ every single day on repeat.”