BBC Worldwide America Cuts Syndie Deal for 'DCI Banks'

British crime drama to air in 77% of U.S. households starting this month
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BBC Worldwide America, sales and distribution, announced
Wednesday that it has sold crime drama DCI Banks to public TV stations
for syndication beginning this month.

The show, which is based on Peter Robinson's Inspector
Alan Banks
novels, will be available on 166 stations, reaching roughly 77%
of U.S. TV households. Stations include WUSF Tampa, KERA Dallas and KCET Los
Angeles.

DCI Banks is produced by Left Bank Pictures for
ITV.

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