Where can I watch the Homicide series?

Created by Paul Attansio, Homicide: Life on the Street is a classic police procedural series that aired on NBC from 1993 to 1999.

Based on David Simon’s book A Year on the Killing Streets, in which Simon described a year spent with detectives from the Baltimore Police Department Homicide Unit, the crime drama series featured an ensemble cast.

The groundbreaking show received critical acclaim for its realistic portrayal of detectives in Baltimore.

If you’re looking to watch this popular NBC police procedural drama, you have several good options.

Is Homicide series on Netflix?

Unfortunately, Homicide is Not Chilling on Netflix. The series originally aired from 1993 to 1999 for 7 seasons and was never added on Netflix.

Is Homicide series on Netflix

Though Netflix has enough police procedurals like NCIS, The Sinner, Lincoln Lawyer, Peaky Blinders, Florida Man, Narcos, to keep their detective fans happy, Life on the Street has yet to join the streaming ranks there.

Is Homicide series on Hulu?

Hulu doesn’t have this influential crime drama series but it can be added on the network in the near future.

Keep an eye out, because you never know when they might add it to their lineup like ABC’s The Rookie, Criminal Minds, Blue Bloods, SWAT, The Killing, CSI: Crime Scene Investigation, Cardinal, etc.

Where to watch Homicide?

The prime suspect for streaming “Homicide” is none other than Peacock. That’s right, NBC’s streaming service has all seven seasons locked and loaded.

Where to watch Homicide

All seven seasons, 122 episodes are there, waiting to be binged, with no subscription fee required.

Though, Peacock is free with ads, you can upgrade to a Peacock Premium plan for an ad-free experience.

Also, the show occasionally airs on cable channels like WGN America as well.

How to Watch Homicide on Amazon Prime?

Prime Video subscribers will be disappointed to learn that Andre Braugher series is not a part of Amazon Prime’s regular offerings, but the series is available for digital purchase there.

Does Amazon prime have Homicide series

Moreover, there are other Prime originals that you can watch for free with a Prime Video subscription, like Bosch, The Wire, Fargo series, Luther, Prime Suspect, The Shield, and Line of Duty.

Digital & Physical Copies

If streaming isn’t your style, you can track down “Homicide” on digital platforms like iTunes, Google Play, and Vudu.

Feeling retro? Grab your credit card and dust off your DVD player, because physical copies of the series are still out there waiting to be snatched. The show is available on DVD and Blu-ray.

Just remember, digital downloads let you carry the case files with you, while DVDs are like trophies displayed on your shelf – choose your weapon!

What is Homicide About?

The series follows Baltimore detectives as they investigate chilling murder cases.

The ensemble cast, led by actors like Andre Braugher and Kyle Secor, portrayed the complex characters with depth.

Homicide series where to watch
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Life on the Street stood out for its gritty authenticity and character-driven storytelling.

Though at times graphic, the show received praise for its unflinching look at the harsh realities of police work.

It’s no surprise Homicide was a huge influence on modern prestige dramas. Despite modest ratings, it was a trailblazer that TV fans consider a cult classic.

Andre Braugher passed away at 61

Sadly, the world lost the Emmy-winning actor Andre Braugher this week.

The legend was known the stoic Captain Holt in “Brooklyn Nine-Nine” and the gritty detective Frank Pembleton in “Homicide: Life on the Street,” passed away on December 11th.

Andre Braugher in Homicide series
via Deadline

While the news is still unfolding, his absence leaves a profound void in the television landscape.

His commanding presence, nuanced performances, and dedication to his craft will be deeply missed.

However, his legacy lives on in the countless characters he brought to life and the joy he brought to millions of viewers.

Rest in peace, Captain!

Lakshya Kaushik

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