UKTV has snapped up the broadcast rights to Crossing Lines, a crime-drama based on the International Criminal Court’s real life mandate to investigate serialised cross-border crimes and hunt down global criminals.
The series first aired in the US in June 2013 and debuted int eh UK via Amazon’s Lovefilm streaming service later that same year.
The cast includes stars Donald Sutherland, William Fichtner, Gabriella Pession and Tom Wlaschiha.
Seasons 1 and 2 will air back to back on the network’s Alibi crime themed channels and will screen from this summer.
Adrian Wills, General Manager for Alibi, said, “Crossing Lines is a smart and fast-paced crime drama peppered with great characters, intrigue and amazing international locations.
“It is a perfect fit for the channel and I’m confident it will prove compelling for our viewers.”
“Crossing Lines has found the perfect home at Alibi where fans of the show and avid crime drama junkies can find the best of the genre on television,” says Randall Broman, Vice President Sales at Tandem Communications.