A: The series, which originally ran on TNT, will return — but in a new location. Oxygen is revamping itself as “a crime destination network for women” beginning summer 2017, and its lineup will add new installments of “Cold Justice” in the fall.
Big changes are coming to Oxygen. Deadline reports the network is rebranding itself as a crime-themed network and reviving the cancelled TNT series Cold Justice.
From Dick Wolf, the unscripted show followed former prosecutor Kelly Siegler and former crime-scene investigator Yolanda McClary as they travel to small towns around the country in order to look into murder cases that have lingered for years without answers or closure. The series was cancelled in 2015 after three seasons.
In addition to rebooting Cold Justice, Oxygen has ordered the new series The Jury Speaks. The show will explore “high-profile cases through the eyes of the jury.” Both The Jury Speaks and Cold Justice are slated to premiere later this year.
What do you think? Did you watch Cold Justice? Will you watch the revival and/or The Jury Speaks?
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The Oxygen network, having recently expanded its “Crime Time” weekend block to four days a week, is formally focusing itself this summer as a “crime destination network for women,” it was announced on Wednesday.
As part of the cabler’s rebranding, uberproducer Dick Wolf is reviving Cold Justice, the real-life crime series (previously on TNT) that follows former prosecutor Kelly Siegler and her team of detectives as they dig into small town murder cases that have lingered for years without answers or closure.
Additionally, Oxygen has greenlit Three Days to Live, a series that delves into the crucial days immediately following a harrowing abduction with vivid recreations and compelling first-hand interviews, and The Jury Speaks, which reexamines some of the most high-profile and controversial cases through
Read more at: http://tvline.com/2017/02/01/cold-justice-renewed-oxygen-crime-network-rebrand/