Law & Crime Launches On Pluto TV and XUMO

October 25, 2018
Filed under: Blog — Editorial Staff @ 2:37 am

 

On Tuesday, Law & Crime Network announced a launch with leading free streaming television service, Pluto TV. The launch follows Law & Crime’s record-breaking viewership last month, which reached over 5 million unique viewers with an average watch time of 30 minutes. At less than a year on air, Law & Crime’s success means the network is growing faster than ever before.

 

Law & Crime will bring Pluto TV’s millions of viewers live trial coverage with high-profile hosts and expert guest commentary. The channel will host Law & Crime’s original programming like Brian Ross Investigates, hosted by Brian Ross, former chief investigative correspondent for ABC News, and The Daily Debrief with Aaron Keller.

 

Dan believes “our powerful blend of trial coverage and unique legal and crime content, in an incredibly sought-after genre, makes for a compelling channel option. We look forward to working with Pluto TV to continue to grow their dedicated viewership.”

 

On Wednesday, Law & Crime Network expanded even further, announcing a launch on both XUMO TV, a top OTT television destination for free live and on-demand streaming, and TV Player, the leading OTT television service covering the UK and Ireland. XUMO currently offers 90 TV channels with new content added weekly and is available on nearly 20 million IOS and Android devices throughout the U.S., meaning viewers will be able to more easily access the 24/7 live trial coverage anywhere, at any time.

 

LawandCrime.com is the only site for live court video, high-profile criminal trials, crazy crime, celebrity justice, and smart legal analysis. Created by TV’s top legal commentator and attorney, Dan Abrams, Law & Crime brings common sense written and video analysis to the often confusing and always intriguing world of the law. The site’s team of journalists and lawyers provide real-time news updates along with live courtroom coverage of the most fascinating trials and legal stories.