Deadline reports that negotiations are ongoing for the CBS killer drama to move over to streaming service Paramount+, while the network's other two titles, SEAL Team and Evil, have already been confirmed for relocation ahead of seasons 4 and 2 respectively.
"Our Studio and Network have a strong track record of developing high-quality dramas that have multi-platform success, and these series speak to that strength," commented CEO of the CBS Entertainment Group, George Cheeks.
"These moves mark another example of how our linear and streaming ecosystem can strategically work together to maximise value for the content and benefit the series and its creators."
Apparently, CBS's recent commissioning of four new dramas (offshoots from FBI, NCIS and CSI, plus Good Sam) influenced its decision, with the network also keen to diversify its schedule.
Paramount+'s head of programming Julie McNamara shared her thoughts saying: "We are thrilled to bring new seasons of these phenomenal series to Paramount+.
"We have a strong record of building incredible audiences with these creative teams, including Robert and Michelle King's incomparable The Good Fight, and look forward to bringing our subscribers even more seasons of series they love."
Clarice season 1 is available to stream in the US on CBS All Access. No release date or platform has yet been announced for its UK release.
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