Cops is coming back! That’s right, the reality TV show that has caused so much controversy in recent years is making a comeback. I am sure BLM will be outraged when they find out. Stay with me during this report for all of the details.
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BLM is going to be absolutely livid after learning that the law enforcement show, COPS, is returning to television.
According to the Washington Examiner, On Sept. 30, Cops will premiere on Fox Nation after being announced last year.
“It has been nearly one year since we greenlit COPS and the reaction has been positively overwhelming. Our subscribers continue to flock to the series and we’re excited to provide our engaged audience with more of the exclusive content they have come to rely on from FOX Nation,” Fox Nation President Jason Klarman said in a statement.
On Sept. 30, Fox Nation will air the first three episodes of the new season. The episodes last 20 minutes each. Following that, episodes will be released every Friday at 6 p.m. during the fall season.
Cops is not the only law enforcement show returning to air waves.
We previously reported that a new version of Live PD will also be returning.
In June, Dan Abrams, the original host A&E host for “Live PD,” announced that he’ll be reprising his role on the new show titled “On Patrol: Live.” Abrams will co-host the show alongside Sean “Sticks” Larkin, who called the return of the show a “long time coming”.
“On Patrol: Live” will ride along with different police departments than the previous show.
Following George Floyd’s death in 2020, both police shows, Cops and Live PD, were canceled. Police reform calls were made in response to the event, which sparked outrage worldwide.
It’s only a matter of time before groups like BLM try to take down these shows once again. But I say bring it on! Let’s see them try and take them down – I can’t wait to see the fireworks.
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