Wolf's Law & Order will finally make its streaming debut later this year thanks to a Peacock streaming deal. The deal includes Law & Order's 21 seasons and 456 episodes, Law & Order: Criminal Intent's 10 seasons and 195 episodes and Law & Order: Special Victims Unit. Chicago Fire's eight seasons, Chicago P.D.'s seven seasons and Chicago Med's five seasons are also included in the deal. According to The Hollywood Reporter's Lesley Goldberg's sources, "the Peacock SVOD deal is non-exclusive and covers only domestic rights. Hulu — which quietly renewed its SVU library deal with Universal Television — and Amazon are also both said to have domestic rights to the spinoff starring Mariska Hargitay. (None of the six shows included in Peacock's announcement will be exclusive to the platform.) As for the deal's value, sources put the price tag at between $300 million-$400 million. Sources say Wolf — who has a massive ownership stake in all six shows — could stand to see that tally rise should exclusivity to Peacock become an option." Wolf said of the deal in a statement: "I'm extremely pleased, gratified and excited by Peacock's decision to lease my key NBC assets. As we all move into the new era of television, it is reassuring to know that it will be one-stop shopping for our fans on the new platform."
TOPICS: Law & Order, Peacock, Chicago Fire, Chicago Med, Chicago P.D., Law & Order: Criminal Intent, Law & Order: Special Victims Unit, Dick Wolf