Stations in Columbus, Denver, Atlanta and Indianapolis are among the latest to clear the Dick Wolf crime drama for weekdays.
NBC Universal Domestic Television Distribution has sold Dick Wolf’s crime drama Law & Order: Criminal Intent in more than 85% of the U.S. for Monday-through-Friday airings in national syndication starting in fall 2007, it was announced today by Sean O’Boyle, senior vice president and general sales manager, NBC Universal Domestic Television Distribution.
The NBC series, which is a Wolf Films production in association with NBC Universal Television Studio and Emmy-winner Wolf’s third installment of the Law and Order brand, is the first off-network crime drama to be sold to local broadcasters on a weekday basis in more than a decade, according to NBCU.
New markets for the weekday syndication run include NBC affiliate WCMH Columbus, Ohio; Fox affiliate KDVR Denver; CW affiliate WUPA Atlanta; and WNDY/WISH Indianapolis.
It was previously announced that Criminal Intent had been sold to the Fox-owned stations in New York, Los Angeles, Chicago and other major markets, as well to stations owned by Sunbeam, Hubbard, Scripps, Media General and Sinclair.
Criminal Intent is a Wolf Films production in association with NBC Universal Television Studio. Wolf, Warren Leight and Peter Jankowski are executive producers.