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Where to Watch Law & Order: Criminal Intent
Find out how to stream all 10 seasons of the third entry in the long-running Law & Order franchise.
Airing from 2001 to 2011, Law & Order: Criminal Intent is one of the most cherished series with some of the most compelling character-driven stories.In it, detectives dissected the psyches behind some of the most horrific crimes.
What leads someone to commit such horrendous misdeeds and embrace a criminal lifestyle? Criminal Intent's fearless Major Case Squad sought to answer those mind-boggling questions that have plagued Law & Order fans for decades. Spending less time in the courtroom and more time inside the brains of chilling perps, each episode of Criminal Intent was packed with non-stop action.
Law & Order: Criminal Intent may have come to a white-knuckling conclusion, but make no mistake — the series remains a must-watch for many Law & Order fans. Below, learn how to watch and stream every episode of Law & Order: Criminal Intent.
Where can I watch Law & Order: Criminal Intent?
Stream Law & Order: Criminal Intent episodes on Peacock, NBC's streaming service.
It's the perfect Law & Order spin-off for a thrilling marathon, with each of the series' 195 episodes available on Peacock.
Where can I watch past seasons of Law & Order: Criminal Intent?
Who was in the cast of Law & Order: Criminal Intent?
Law & Order: Criminal Intent boasted a star-studded cast, with famed A-listers and rising talent becoming adored fixtures within CI's landscape.
The Law & Order: Criminal Intent cast included Kathryn Erbe, Vincent D'Onofrio, Courtney B. Vance, flagship Law & Order alum Chris Noth, Julianne Nicholson, and Jeff Goldblum, to name just a few of its legendary actors over the years.
Like the two Law & Order series before it, Criminal Intent regularly featured exciting celebrity guest appearances, including powerhouse performers like Liza Minnelli, Neil Patrick Harris, and Christopher Lloyd.
"People love Law & Order, as we know, all across the board..." Criminal Intent's Goldblum told EW in 2010. "It’s got a lot of enthusiastic fans because they’ve been doing good, interesting work all along."