Fox Television Stations has closed a deal with NBCUniversal Domestic Television Distribution for national syndication rights to Dick Wolf’s NBC police drama series Chicago P.D. The show will air Monday-Friday on stations including Fox O&Os in New York, Los Angeles, Chicago, Dallas, Washington, Houston, Phoenix, San Francisco, Minneapolis, Orlando and Charlotte, beginning in September 2018.
NBCUniversal Domestic Television Distribution has sold Chicago P.D. to Fox Television Stations, it was announced today by Sean O’Boyle, EVP of syndication sales, NBCUniversal Domestic Television Distribution. The show will air Monday-Friday in national syndication beginning September 2018.
The one-hour dramatic television series is Dick Wolf’s second installment in the Chicago franchise.
Chicago P.D. is set to air Monday-Friday on stations including Fox O&Os in New York, Los Angeles, Chicago, Dallas, Washington D.C., Houston, Phoenix, San Francisco, Minneapolis, Orlando and Charlotte.
“We are thrilled to bring another Dick Wolf hit to the broadcast marketplace,” said O’Boyle. “Chicago P.D. is a premiere procedural and is a unique opportunity for local broadcasters, as it is the only off-net scripted hour available to play as a Monday-Friday strip. This series will strengthen our partner stations’ programming schedules the same way the Law & Order franchise has done over the years.”
Chicago P.D. is a police drama about the men and women of the Chicago Police Department’s elite Intelligence Unit that combats the city’s most heinous offenses: organized crime, drug trafficking, high-profile murders and beyond.