Law&Crime Reaches 5 Million YouTube Subscribers As It Becomes Cord Cutting Friendly




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Law&Crime’s YouTube channel is rapidly growing and has reached a new milestone. Crime junkies just can’t get enough of Law&Crime’s true crime coverage and are flocking to YouTube to catch a glimpse into the intriguing world of the law. The channel now has 5 million subscribers and averages over 100 million views every month. The Law&Crime channel has clocked in 1.4 billion views so far this year and 2.8 billion views since launching.

“We’re extremely excited to hit this major milestone of five million subscribers on our YouTube channel,” states Law&Crime’s Senior Director of YouTube Robert Szoke. “Our substantial growth over the past year was made possible by our dedicated true-crime viewers and the hard-working teams here at Law&Crime. We’re continuing on the upward path by doubling down on the same content that brought us to this height while listening to the voices of our audience to bring new and improved content to our digital platforms.”

As one of the top legal and true crime networks, Law&Crime covers all the high-profile cases, including YNW Melly, Alex Murdaugh, and Johnny Depp. Law&Crime is backed by A+E Networks and created by Dan Abrams, television’s top legal commentator and attorney.

The channel has increased its library of true crime series and live trial footage, becoming the “go-to spot” for legal and crime-related content. Law&Crime offers Annie Elise x 10 to Life, The Disturbing Truth, and COPS 5 Reloaded as well as a new original YouTube series The Lineup which offers “the signature, crime-in-action content Law&Crime fans love through the innovative, up-close lens of dash cams, drones, and surveillance videos.”

Visit Law&Crime’s YouTube channel and check out the latest streaming true-crime content complete with expert legal commentary and analysis. You can also find Law&Crime on Peacock, Sling, fuboTV, Philo, Xfinity, XUMO, and Samsung TV+.

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