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A+E Networks launches true crime SVOD offering

A+E Networks has expanded its portfolio of streaming products with the launch of its subscription video on demand (SVOD) offering, A&E Crime Central. The true crime streaming service will allow viewers ...
February 20, 2020

A+E Networks has expanded its portfolio of streaming products with the launch of its subscription video on demand (SVOD) offering, A&E Crime Central.

The true crime streaming service will allow viewers the opportunity to stream myriad episodes of A+E Networks’ library of classic crime series and specials from across its portfolio.

More than 900 crime series and specials from the A&E, History, Lifetime and LMN networks have been made available. At launch, highlighted series include Dog the Bounty HunterThe First 48: Missing PersonsAfter the First 48, Beyond Scared Straight, Nightwatch, Cold Case Files Classic and 60 Days In.

Specials available at launch include OJ: Guilty in VegasMenendez Brothers: The Sins of the ChildrenCasey Anthony’s Parents Speak, and Life of a Gang Girl: The Untold Story.

“A&E is known for its front-row-seat crime and justice series, and we’re pleased to offer a subscription product featuring our crime and investigative library content under one roof,” said Mark Garner, EVP, digital content licensing & business development at A+E Networks, in a statement. “A&E Crime Central continues our strategy of monetizing our troves of premium content while hyper-serving our truest fan bases.”

A&E Crime Central has now been made available via Amazon Prime Video Channels, the Apple TV app, Cox Contour TV and Contour Stream Player and premium subscriptions on The Roku Channel.

Customers can enjoy a free seven-day trial through Apple TV channels, Amazon Prime Video Channels, and The Roku Channel. Monthly subscriptions for A&E Crime Central are US$4.99.

A&E Crime Central joins the current batch of SVOD offerings from A+E Networks, including History Vault and Lifetime Movie Club.

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