Kelly Hu is on her way to East New York.
According to Deadline, the Arrow veteran will reprise her role on the CBS drama as Allison Cha, a political policy advisor who shadows Jimmy Smits' Chief Suarez in order to get a better understanding of the New York Police Department's responsibilities. The actress made her debut in the Feb. 19 episode.
Hu's other television credits include BMF, The Orville, Warehouse 13, and The Vampire Diaries.
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