24: Legacy and Salvation alum Ashley Thomas is set as one of the leads opposite Fabien Frankel in ABC’s pilot NYPD Blue, a new iteration of the iconic cop drama.

The sequel centers on Theo (Frankel), the son of Dennis Franz’s Detective Andy Sipowicz character from the original series, who tries to earn his detective shield and work in the 15th squad while investigating his father’s murder.

Like the original 1993-2005 ABC series, the follow-up revolves around a core group of 15th Precinct police officers/detectives, led by Theo. It also includes Detective Craig Pettibone (Rick Gomez) and Detective Nicole Lazarus (Alona Tal). Additionally, two cast members from the original series, Kim Delaney and Bill Brochtrup, will reprise their roles as Diane Russell and John Irvin, respectively.

Thomas will play Detective Chris Gamble, another detective in the precinct.

The reboot hails from NYPD Blue alums Matt Olmstead, Nick Wootton and Jesse Bochco. The pilot, a co-production between 20th Century Fox TV — which was behind the original series — and ABC Studios, was written by Olmstead and Wootton. Bochco, son of NYPD Blue co-creator Steven Bochco, who helmed 10 episodes of the original series, is set to direct. All three executive produce, while Steven Bochco’s widow, Dayna Bochco, serves as a producer.

Thomas is known for his lead role on 24: Legacy and most recently was a series regular on CBS’ Salvation. His other credits include a recurring on CBS’ The Good Fight and a key role in HBO miniseries The Night Of opposite Riz Ahmed and John Turturro. Thomas is repped by ICM Partners.