LIVE PD Celebrates Their 200th Episode Friday, April 19th at 9PM on A&E

Live PD, the TV show that lets viewers ride shotgun with America’s police, will air it’s 200th episode this Friday, April 19th at 9:00PM on A&E. A&E is teasing that there will be some surprise announcements during the live show.

Host Dan Abrams is joined by Dep. Garo Brown and Tom Morris Jr. on A&E’s LIVE PD

The show is hosted by Dan Abrams and in-studio by two co-analysts: former Washington, D.C. special police officer and crime reporter Tom Morris Jr. and Sgt. Sean “Sticks” Larkin of the Tulsa PD Gang Unit. Occasionally, the trio is joined by an officer that has been featured on the show in the field.

The program premiered on October 28, 2016, with an initial order from A&E for eight two-hour episodes, and now we’re getting ready for the 200th.

“Live PD” is Morty Approved Good TV

Using dash cams along with fixed rig and handheld cameras, Live PD showcases the policing of America, following diverse police departments from across the country in real time as they patrol their communities. The series captures the work of a varied mix of urban and rural police forces on a typical Friday and Saturday night. Abrams and Morris guide viewers over the three-hour timeslot giving insight to what audiences are seeing in real time.

Some police departments take breaks from their participation in the program, and last weekend it was announced that the Slidell, LA police department will be taking a break from the live Friday and Saturday night show. Slidell Police Chief, Randy Fandal, said, “No need to worry because we will be back soon!”

Live PD is the most popular cable show on Friday & Saturday nights. Building on that popularity, A&E is adding Live Rescue to its line-up. Like Live PD, Live Rescue will follow firefighters, paramedics and EMTs from across the country as they bravely put their lives on the line responding to emergency rescue calls. Live Rescue is hosted by veteran journalist Ashleigh Banfield.

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