Dan Abrams [Source: YouTube]

‘On Patrol: Live’ Moving To Peacock?

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Chanel Adams

Here’s big news for On Patrol: Live fans. Reelz Channel struck up a deal with the NBCUniversal streaming platform Peacock. Does this mean the show is moving to streaming? Keep on reading for the new details and how this could affect your weekend viewing.

Reelz strikes deal with Peacock

Per The Hollywood Reporter, the Reelz channel’s hit series On Patrol: Live struck a deal with Peacock. The channel will transfer its live feed and on-demand programming to the streaming service on March 1. Reelz first struck it rich when it aired On Live: Patrol on its cable network.

On Patrol: Live [Source: YouTube]
[Source: YouTube]
The docuseries is a spin-off of A&E’s Live PD. Just like the original, the show follows police departments throughout the country as they patrol the streets at night. A&E canceled Live PD in 2020 at the height of the Black Lives Matter movement.

Dan Abrams shopped a new show idea around to different networks. Reelz Channel loved the concept and they struck up a deal. He hosts the new show with former police officers who explain what happens in the live footage. Reelz renewed the show last year after its high-performing premiere.

Dan Abrams [Source: YouTube]
[Source: YouTube]
Earlier this month, On Patrol: Live received a 90-episode renewal. The live show airs on Fridays and Saturdays. Despite its move from A&E to Reelz, it’s still one of the top-trending shows on Twitter. On Patrol: Live has picked up its own faithful fans called OP Nation. They’re a big reason why this series is so successful.

On Patrol: Live continues to expand

Live PD used to rule A&E Network. On Patrol: Live is hoping to expand its reach on Peacock. With this deal, OPL will stream live on the app and new episodes will be available to stream the following day. Reelz already has its other police series on the platform, including Cops, Jail, and On Patrol: First Shift.

Of course, there’s a catch with this deal. It will not stream on Tuesdays at 10 p.m. since Reelz airs Major League Wrestling at that timeslot. The WWE already has a deal with Peacock, which made it the exclusive category on Peacock. Peacock wants to continue to expand its original content and live programming on the app.

It’s already home to WWE and live sports broadcasts. Peacock also inked a deal with Hallmark Media to feature some of its on-demand programs and original Hallmark Channel movies. Peacock will now have live feeds for Hallmark, Reelz, and WWE.

What are your thoughts on On Patrol: Live moving to Peacock? Will this change the way that you enjoy the program? Or, do you like watching it on Reelz? Sound off below in the comment section.

Check back with TV Shows Ace for more news on On Patrol: Live.

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  1. Have been a fan since Live PD, love On Patrol Live on Reelz channel. If it moves to Peacock streaming only, I will not be watching. Pay enough $ as it is for TV/Streaming. Very disappointed to hear this.

  2. If it leaves Reelz I have no way to see it unless I pay for it. I’m not paying for a show to move from free to pay tv. I’m already spending $130/mo. to watch TV.

    1. the hell with these greedy networks 5 bucks extra 4 streaming I’m paying 150 a month 4 dish tv. not no more spectrum 78 a month 4 tv internet and ph .

  3. so sad that humans with mental disabilities get videoed as criminals but are suffering as the deps laugh at them. literally laugh at them. you’re network is so corrupt for the almighty dolllar. most of yal,l but ive seen cops on here compassionate and understanding but i can name names, usually the deps and rookies.

  4. you people ae corrupt and do not understand mental disabilities.Not all of your cops but most!!!!!!!! laughng at people drunk or disabled

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