‘Trace,’ ‘Cold Case’ Get Weekend Syndie Runs

Dec 10, 2004  •  Post A Comment

Warner Bros. Domestic Television Distribution has sold the weekend broadcast window for the Jerry Bruckheimer procedural dramas “Without a Trace” and “Cold Case” to the Viacom Television Stations Group. The announcement was made Friday by Jim Paratore, president of Telepictures Productions and executive VP of Warner Bros. Domestic Television Distribution.

The weekend runs of “Without a Trace” will debut in fall 2006, while “Cold Case” will debut in fall 2007. The series will air on Viacom stations in the following cities: New York; Los Angeles; Chicago; Philadelphia; Boston; San Francisco; Dallas-Fort Worth; Atlanta; Detroit; Seattle; Minneapolis; Miami; Denver; Pittsburgh; Baltimore; Indianapolis; Salt Lake City; New Orleans; Oklahoma City; Tampa, Fla.; Sacramento, Calif.; Columbus, Ohio; West Palm Beach, Fla.; Norfolk, Va.; Providence, R.I.; Austin, Texas; and Green Bay, Wisc.

Both series are produced by Jerry Bruckheimer Television in association with CBS Productions and Warner Bros. Television Production.

Warner Bros. previously announced both series will have weekday cable runs on TNT, with “Without a Trace” debuting in fall 2006 and “Cold Case” in fall 2007.