WealthTV to Air Crime Drama Series ‘Intelligence’

Wealth TV, a luxury lifestyle and entertainment network, announced Friday that it has added organized crime series ‘Intelligence’ to its fall lineup. ‘Intelligence,’ a conspiratorial, dangerous, and seductive drama series will make its premiere on Wealth TV with a two hour pilot debuting on Tuesday, October 4th at 10 pm EDT.

‘Intelligence’ stars Ian Tracey as Jimmy Reardon, the third generation head of a West Coast crime family who is constantly under surveillance by the police. His criminal activities have brought him a comfortable life but something tells him his luck is about to run out.  

Klea Scott, plays the no non-sense Mary Spalding, a rising investigator that is on a mission to bring Reardon down. A lively cat and mouse game of exploitation and cover-up unravels as both camps uses intelligence to build up their enterprises.

“‘Intelligence’ is a wonderful addition to our lineup. The series is smart, edgy, and fast-paced.  This highly acclaimed crime drama series is perfect for our viewers who tend to be well educated and looking for more substance in their entertainment,” stated Robert Herring, Sr. CEO of Wealth TV.  

Wealth TV begins airing ‘Intelligence’ October 4th at 10 pm EDT with primetime airings scheduled every Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday night. 

Wealth TV’s programming is currently available on over 100 cable systems across the country (USA) including Verizon FiOS TV and AT&T U-Verse.

Photo courtesy: WealthTV

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