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33 Seasons, 1113 Episodes

Genre: Crime / Reality / Travel

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COPS is one of the first (and only) true and UNSCRIPTED reality shows, it follows the activities of police officers by embedding camera crews with police units. The show’s formula follows the Cinéma vérité convention, with no narration or scripted dialog, depending entirely on the commentary of the officers and on the actions of the people with whom they come into contact. more
... COPS has followed officers in 140 different cities in the United States and also has been shot in Hong Kong, London, and the former Soviet Union. Each episode is approximately 22 minutes in length and typically consists of three segments, with each segment being one or two self-contained police incidents.
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Cops: SEASON 33, EPISODE 2: Take It to the Bank | TVBuzer

Aired: June 15,2020

A little rain doesn't stop a determined quad driver from trying to outrun police; a deputy has doubts about a man's professed distrust of banks; a man ignores obvious red flags when buying a moped and ends up paying the price.... more



Liar, Liar #4

(9:15 PM, san Bernardino County, Hesperia Police Department, Pursuit in Progress, Deputy Lisa Guerra) Deputy Guerra joins the pursuit of a domestic violence suspect. The suspect fled from the scene of the incident and began to flee after officers attempted to make a stop. The suspect got into an argument with his wife and subsequently hit her. The suspect says the argument began because his wife didn't like his haircut. The suspect is arrested for felony spousal abuse and felony evading. (7:46 PM... more

Odd Arrests #2

(5:21 PM, Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department, Downtown Area Command, Assistance Call, Officer Zachary Johnson) Officer Johnson responds to assist the fire department with a physically aggressive man. Upon arrival the man begins to walk away. After about a block, he gets on the ground and starts to crawl. When officer Johnson attempts to handcuff the man, he becomes combative. The two then begin to fight. When the suspect knocks Officer Johnson down, the camera crew steps in to assist. The suspect is... more

Takedowns Special Edition

Officer David Schummer of the Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department patrols an area known for a high rate of drug activity. He spots a male seated in a truck in the alley – suspicious behavior for 2 am. The man states that he is meeting a friend to discuss some work and that the man is up at odd hours because he works the graveyard shift. The officer asks him to exit the vehicle and asks to do a search of his person. The man agrees and is searched. His vehicle is search as well. The male seems to hav... more



Cops: Thanksgiving Day Marathons: What to Watch While You're Giving Thanks News | TVBuzer

Thanksgiving Day Marathons: What to Watch While You're Giving Thanks

It’s that time of the year to indulge in Thanksgiving festivities, eat all sorts of yummy goodies, hang with family and, of course, watch TV. While most of you will be tuning in to football, here is a list of some marathons airing during the Thanksgiving holiday (Thursday, Nov. 28). Now, that’s something to be thankful for! 1. 'Friends' Starts: 10 a.m. EST on TBS If you’re in the mood to spend your &ldq... more

Cops:  News | TVBuzer

One of the very first reality shows, 'COPS' has been a staple of the FOX network for an incredible twenty-five years. Now, after all that time, the series is moving to a new home on a new network: Spike TV. Debuting in 1989, 'COPS' skyrocketed in the ratings, captivating audiences with a gritty hand-held look at crime in America. The average-joe presentation of the officers on the program coupled with the action of suspects resisting arrest made 'COPS' one of the most talked-about programs on television and did much to cement FOX... more

Cops:  News | TVBuzer

Whatcha gonna do when they try to cancel you?"Cops," a long-running staple of the Fox network, has come under fire from civil rights group ColorOfChange. The advocacy group is pushing for the cancellation of the series and for advertisers to withdraw support in protest against the "dehumanizing portrayals" of suspects depicted on the series.The Hollywood Reporter outlined an e-mail the group is sending to supporters, in which they outline various flaws they see in the series. "Although marketed as unbiased, Cops actually offers a highly filtered v... more




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