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Here's How To Watch Every Episode Of 'Law & Order: Criminal Intent'
"Law & Order: Criminal Intent" ran for 195 episodes, featuring cast members like Vincent D'Onofrio and Courtney B. Vance.
"Law & Order" fans are in luck: There is no shortage of episodes in the franchise to watch. One could spend years watching a different "Law & Order" episode every day!
That's also because "Law & Order" has spawned several different spinoffs, including "Law & Order: Criminal Intent," which has 10 seasons and ran from 2001 to 2011 on both NBC and USA Network. This particular iteration follows the NYPD Manhattan "Major Case Squad," detectives who focus on high-profile cases involving notable people in the government, entertainment, business, and other influential industries.
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Another aspect that distinguished "Criminal Intent" from other "Law & Order" franchises is the way it placed an emphasis on motive: showing why the criminals acted in the way they did. The "why" of it all is just as important as the "who" in this iteration. Of course, like all "Law & Order" episodes, the cases are often inspired by major true crime stories, including murders, kidnappings, and financial crimes.
The series boasts a cast that includes actors like Vincent D'Onofrio, Kathryn Erbe, Jamey Sheridan, Courtney B. Vance, Chris Noth, Julianne Nicholson, Annabella Sciorra, Jeff Goldblum, and more.
In total "Law & Order: Criminal Intent" ran for 195 episodes. So, how can you watch all of them and get your "Law & Order" fix in?
The entire series is available to stream for anyone who has a subscription to Peacock. However, if you don’t have a subscription to Peacock but still want to watch “Law & Order: Criminal Intent," you’ve still got options.
The show is available to buy on Amazon Prime, YouTube, Google Play, AppleTV, and Vudu either per episode or per season.
So, turn on the TV, relax, and settle in for a binge-worthy marathon with "Law & Order Criminal Intent."
You can watch other episodes in the "Law & Order" franchise on Peacock now, too.