True crime network, Law&Crime has entered into a partnership with Mar Visa Entertainment, the Los Angeles-based movie production company behind original adaptations of high-profile trials like Hot Take: The Depp/Heard Trial and The Murdaugh Murders.
“This partnership signals a larger initiative on Law&Crime’s behalf to expand its presence as the go-to trial consultant, as well as plans to work closely with creators across genres to enhance the production value of their true crime content,” according to a release on Monday.
This comes after Law&Crime recently surpassed five million YouTube subscribers after covering high-profile trials like Alex Murdaugh and Johnny Depp.
Prior to the partnership with Mar Vista, Law&Crime joined free live TV streaming service STIRR in 2019.
Law&Crime, created by ABC News Chief Legal Correspondent Dan Abrams, describes itself as “the leading platform for legal and true crime content, offering a wide range of programming including live trials, legal commentary and analysis, law enforcement related footage, and documentary-style crime stories.”
You can watch the network’s content on basic cable packages, and streaming services like YouTube TV, Peacock, Xfinity, Verizon, Samsung TV Plus, and more.