Ryan Dorsey back to work after Naya Rivera’s death

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Ryan Dorsey will return to the small screen on Thursday night.

The 37-year-old actor will appear on the ABC drama “Station 19,” five months after the tragic death of his ex-wife, Naya Rivera.

“Tomorrow night on 8PM @ABC, see me/EDDIE on @station19 (thanks for having me!)
& see how front line workers deal with insanity under pressure first hand during a pandemic never knowing the type of characters they will encounter,” Dorsey wrote on Instagram Wednesday.

“S/o to @jasonwinstongeorge [Jason George] & @dontgo_jasonwaterfalls [Barrett Doss] for being easy and fun to work with,” he continued.

Over the weekend, Dorsey shared a Christmas photo with 5-year-old son Josey, whom he shared with Rivera. He captioned the photo with an explicit message to 2020.

“#HappyHolidays to all. You, you, and even you, all of ya,” he wrote. “Hope you get nothing but happiness. Except you. I’m talking to you, 2020. #f***2020,” he wrote.

In November, Dorsey filed a wrongful death suit on behalf of his son in the wake of Rivera’s passing.

Rivera drowned “within minutes” during a July trip to California’s Lake Piru with Josey. She was 33 years old.