Host Dan Abrams is “shocked” and “disappointed” that A&E will “cease production” on Live PD, which would have aired its 300th episode last Saturday night.
The contract Live PD has with law enforcement reveals the show’s tape delay, gives police power prevent filming or stop footage from airing, and much more.
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?
As Live PD season 3 premieres, A&E has extended the reality show’s episode order to a total of 293 episodes.
A&E airs some great, authentic shows. And it also airs nonsense that pretends to be authentic.
An interview with the executive producer of Live PD, covering everything from its tape delay to privacy, its point of view to the dialogue it’s creating.