Fox Nation, which is Fox News’ streaming service, will bring Cops back for its 33rd season, which never aired after the show was cancelled last summer by Paramount Network.
Cops is filming in Washington state this fall, and is still airing on Pluto, despite being cancelled by Paramount Network. What’s going on?
Paramount Network says it won’t air season 33 of Cops, and WGN America will stop airing reruns after this month. But you can still stream Cops 24/7.
A&E’s June 5 and 6, 2020, episodes of Live PD, including the show’s special 300th episode, have been pulled off the schedule, as has Paramount Network’s premiere of Cops season 33.
Reality TV shows, from Cops—which is still on the air, and about to premiere its 33rd season—to Live PD, need to change to stop contributing to systemic racism. Will they?
Bryce Dion, a 38-year-old sound mixer on Cops and crew member who’s worked on many other reality series ranging from Top Chef to Trading Spaces, was killed Tuesday night filming Cops in Omaha. Omaha Police Chief Todd Schmaderer, who’d previously said he invited the show to film there because “[I] want the professionalism of our …
Update and new information, 2:18 p.m. ET: The COPS crew member who died was a sound engineer, not a camera operator, as someone incorrectly said while radioing for help after the shooting. The camera operator and all police officers were uninjured, the Omaha World-Herald reports; the paper said “at least 30 shots were fired” by police only, because the …