What Are Some TV Networks That Air Unsolved Crime Shows?


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"Cold Justice," an unscripted procedural drama that focuses on solving unsolved crimes, airs on TNT as of 2015. "Unsolved Mysteries" reruns air on Lifetime Network. A&E Television aired "Cold Case Files" from 1998 through 2008, and full episodes are available on its website and as reruns on several cable syndicates.

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"Cold Justice" stars Kelly Siegler and Yolanda McClary, who investigate unsolved crimes across the nation in an attempt to bring justice to victims and their families. The show first aired on TNT on Sept. 3, 2013.

"Unsolved Mysteries" originally aired in 1987 on NBC. It changed format and hosts several times throughout the next two decades, airing on CBS, Lifetime, Spike TV and again on Lifetime as reruns starting in 2010.

"Cold Case Files" focuses on cold cases, which are murders that have gone unsolved for long periods of time. The show uses the breakthroughs of modern forensic science to revisit cases in an attempt to solve them. Though the show ended its run in 2008, episodes are still available online and on several cable stations that have an airing agreement with A&E.

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