‘Chicago P.D.’ Syndie Clearances Hit 75%

NBCUniversal Domestic Television Distribution has sold the Dick Wolf drama, anchored by Fox Stations, to multiple station groups for an off-net syndication debut starting in September.

NBCUniversal Domestic Television Distribution has already sold off-network rights to Chicago P.D. in more than 75% of the country.

Dick Wolf’s award-winning police procedural series will air Monday-Friday in national syndication beginning in September.

As previously announced, Chicago P.D. will air on Fox Television Stations and the show has also been sold to leading station groups across the country including Sinclair, Tribune, Hearst, Gray, Nexstar, Graham Media, Sunbeam, Weigel, Scripps, Meredith, Hubbard, Raycom, Quincy, Griffin Communications, Capital Broadcasting and more.

The hit, one-hour dramatic television series that debuted on NBC in 2014 is Wolf’s second installment in his Chicago franchise and chronicles the men and women of the Chicago Police Department’s elite Intelligence Unit that combats organized crime, drug trafficking, high-profile murders and more. 

Chicago P.D. was created by multiple Emmy Award winner Wolf (Chicago franchise, Law & Order branded series) and Matt Olmstead (NYPD Blue, Prison Break, Chicago franchise shows) and developed by Derek Haas (Chicago Fire, 3:10 to Yuma) and Michael Brandt (Chicago franchise shows.”)

In addition to Wolf and Haas, executive producers include Rick Eid (Law & Order: SVU, Hostages,) Peter Jankowski (Law & Order branded series, Chicago franchise shows,) Arthur Forney (Law & Order: SVU, Chicago franchise shows) and Terry Miller (Burn Notice.)


Chicago P.D. is produced by Wolf Entertainment in association with Universal Television and is distributed in the U.S. and Canada by NBCUniversal Domestic Television Distribution.


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