Court TV’s Twitter account tweeted and announced to the world that it is now available on YouTube TV.
— Court TV (@CourtTV) May 12, 2020
Jonathan Katz, president and CEO of Katz Networks, said in a statement about Court TV now being on the Google-owned live TV streaming service:
“We’re thrilled to have Court TV added to YouTube TV at a time when consumer appetite for the real-life drama of true-crime and courtroom trials has never been greater.”
Court TV covers court cases and has anchors and experts to speak about some of the most prominent cases.
The channel also has its own original programming such as “OJ25,” which covers the 25th anniversary trial of O.J. Simpson.
The addition of Court TV to YouTube TV comes at an interesting time for the streaming service since it announced last week that it will be adding Viacom channels this summer and that it just added select local affiliates for The CW.
YouTube TV costs $49.99 a month and is available to stream on the iPhone, iPod Touch, iPad, Apple TV and Mac.