Reelz Renews On Patrol: Live With Dan Abrams For Third Season




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Reelz, the free streaming service, ordered a third season of On Patrol: Live with host Dan Abrams. 

This is the second time the network has renewed On Patrol: Live, ordering another 90 episodes of the unscripted series, continuing the series through January of 2025. Reelz ordered the same number of episodes last year, up from 60 episodes during the first season.

“There would be no On Patrol: Live without #OPNation – more than just a dedicated audience interested in the work of law enforcement, these engaged viewers often reach out to help with the show’s Missing and BOLO segments, and they make real contributions in aiding communities and families,” said Abrams, according to Deadline. “It’s one of the most gratifying parts of working on On Patrol: Live, and we’re so glad the show will continue.”

The decision to renew the series comes only six months after the legal issues between Reelz, Big Fish Entertainment, and Live PD’s original parent channel. A&E canceled Live PD in June of 2020 after protests erupted after George Floyd’s murder. On Patrol: Live debuted on Reelz in July of 2022. A&D claimed the new show was too similar to the original series, a “near-identical” revival series of Live PD. The case was tossed, and On Patrol: Live became one of Reelz’s most-watched programs.

“We are thrilled to renew the program for another year and to see viewers come together on Friday and Saturday nights as On Patrol: Live chronicles police on patrol in communities across America,” said Stan E. Hubbard, chief executive officer for Reelz.

On Patrol: Live is a documentary-style series with more than 50 cameras following police officers on patrol. Abrams offers analysis and context as host and executive producer with retired Sargeant Sean “Sticks” Larkin and deputy sheriff Curtis Wilson.

Reelz is available on Peacock, Philo, Prime Video, and DIRECTV STREAM

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