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Cold Case Free Episodes

By Anson Tyler

Crime investigation based stories have become a good theme for making a show since they have both drama as well as mystery and are liked by the viewers and this fact is accepted by the producers as well. Some shows have gathered huge success though many have not. The rise in the shows can also be due to the new stories that come up day by day in the society regarding the increase in the crime rate and the intelligent efforts of the law enforcement agencies. These shows become thrilling due the new stories and new methods involved each time.

Dealing with the solving of various cold cases Cold Case is an American television series which has been popular. In criminology cold case refers to a criminal case that was not solved and is no longer being investigated. The show has a fictional Philadelphia Police Department division which is specialized in such type of cases and takes up these cases and the name of the show tells what the show is all about.

The show is being currently broadcast in syndication on TNT prior to which the show was broadcasted on CBS from September 28, 2003 to May 2, 2010. Written by Timothy Slater, the show was created by Meredith Stiehm. Helmu and Franz Vonlichten are the theme composers, which also has an introduction by Michael.A.Levin while Nara created the opening theme. The music is not only used as an opening theme song, it also has a good role in taking you to the era to which the case originally belonged and therefore music has an important role to play in Cold Case.

This makes it easier for the viewer to go in the flashback. There have been a number of sources from where music has been picked up and a number of artists have given some effective numbers for the show. Lakeshore records in 2008 released a soundtrack CD which had incidental music composed by Michael.A.Levin from the first four seasons. The song 300 flowers which was sung by Robbyn Kirmsse is also in the CD.

Cold Case won IMAGE award in the category of outstanding directing in a dramatic series in 2006, ASCAP award for the top TV series from 2004 to 2009 and it also won GLAAD media award for Outstanding Individual Episode (In a Series without a Regular Gay Character) in 2006. Besides this the show has been nominated for a number of other awards as well.

Cold Case has had 156 episodes ever since its release in the US on September 8, 2003 during the seven seasons that it has had. On an average each season has had 23 episodes with an exception of season 5 which had only 18 episodes while season 2 had the maximum number of viewers of 15.12 million. The lead characters have been played by Kathryn Morris, Thom Barry, Jeremy Ratchford, Danny Pino and John Finn.

The show can be easily downloaded and watched from number of websites that are available if anyone has missed out on any show. The show is currently being broadcasted but the old shows can be seen through these media.

Now you can Watch Cold Case over at TV Free and for a limited time watch wonderful TV and more.

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