No, Stewart's not playing herself
Martha Stewart is guest starring on an April episode of "Law & Order: SVU," but she won't be baking brownies for the detectives. Instead, the domestic doyenne will play a private school headmaster.
A "Law & Order: SVU" rep confirms to TheWrap that Stewart, along with "Arrested Development" star Tony Hale and "Hung" alum Jane Adams, will guest star in "Learning Curve," a late April episode of the NBC drama.
Stewart will play the headmaster of the school where Hale plays Rick Simms, a teacher who gets fired from his job after being accused of inappropriate behavior with one of his students. Adams will play Simms' former supervisor.
TVGuide.com first reported the guest appearances.
"Law & Order: SVU," the only "L & O" series still on the air from the franchise that has included five series in total, is currently airing its 13th season, and has been renewed for a 14th season by NBC.