He’s doing it again. Live PD host Dan Abrams is trying to give fans some hope. He revealed there have been “active” discussions about the show’s revival. The show could get renewed shortly after its cancellation earlier this summer. This comes after A&E lost half of its viewers. Viewers protested the network after it dropped
Live PD could come back. Host Dan Abrams gave Live PD Nation a glimmer of hope. The docuseries could make a return at some point. The reality series followed police officers from across the nation who patrol the streets at night. However, A&E canceled the series amid George Floyd’s death and the Black Lives Matter
A&E executives feel they made the right call to pull the plug on Live PD. The network canceled its #1 docuseries amid the George Floyd protests against police brutality and racial injustice. At first, the show was to return this month. But A&E decided to give the show an extended break amid the protests. But
Live PD host Dan Abrams reacted to the show’s cancellation. Earlier this week, the host teased the show’s return. But that’s not the case anymore. He clearly wasn’t aware of A&E’s plans. On Wednesday, June 10, the network announced that it’s no longer moving forward with the show. Last week, A&E pulled Live PD amid
Live PD fan favorite, former Richland County (South Carolina) Sheriff’s Deputy Kevin Lawrence shares his thoughts on the show’s cancellation. As fans of the former A&E show know, Live PD features Richland County Sheriff’s Department from the beginning until the network canceled the show. CBS affiliate WIS interviewed Lawrence on Thursday, June 11, 2020. He spoke with
Live PD is making headlines once again. Fans want to know when the show will return. Last week, A&E announced that it would not air two new episodes of Live PD in respect to George Floyd’s death. The 46-year-old man died after a Minneapolis police officer held his knee on Floyd’s neck for nearly nine
Live PD Nation is in for a treat. The A&E network plans to keep the true crime series around for a long time. According to a new report via Deadline, the network wants to expand on the Live PD series. Live PD got a bump in total number of episodes to over 450. Also, the
Live PD has good news for viewers. The A&E series will return to its three-hour format… Starting on Saturday, May 9. This comes after the show aired for only two hours on Friday and Saturday nights amid the coronavirus pandemic. Last month, the true crime series wanted to shift the focus onto the coronavirus pandemic.
Live PD wants to focus on the coronavirus pandemic. The A&E series wants to return earlier than expected with new coronavirus-themed specials. The new special will address the COVID-19 outbreak and how it affects first responders. View this post on Instagram #LivePDNation, what are some fun things you’ve been doing to keep busy at home?
Live PD has lost another county. TV Shows Ace previously reported about the show’s decline in the total number of counties that it covers. The popular A&E series has gone from 12 counties to nine counties to seven as of Friday night, Jan. 24. And it looks like it’s about to lose another one. This