Live PD: Police Patrol Season 6 Release Date on A&E; Was "Live PD: Police Patrol" season 6 get cancelled or renewed? When does it start on A&E? Find all the latest updates about the series status, cast and trailers on this page.
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What Is Live PD: Police Patrol About?
Live PD is an American television program that aired on the A&E Network from 2016 to 2020. Live PD is hosted by Dan Abrams, the chief legal affairs anchor for ABC News. The program features live video feeds from multiple law enforcement agencies throughout the United States. Current departments include the Lawrence Police Department, Clay County Sheriff's Office, Richland County Sheriff's Department, Homestead Police Department, Tulsa Police Department, Williamson County Sheriff's Office, Berkeley County Sheriff's Department, and the Pomona Police Department.
Throughout the month of April 2020, Live PD was broadcast under an amended format which focused on the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on police officers and first responders.
However, on June 10, 2020, A&E canceled the series in the wake of protests against police brutality and the death of George Floyd and the destruction of the video footage of the killing of Javier Ambler.
Live PD was frequently the top-rated cable program on Friday and Saturday nights. At the time of cancellation, Live PD was the most watched show on A&E and the most watched show on cable during prime time on Friday.
'Live PD: Police Patrol' previously aired on A&E network in the US. Last episode of the series aired on December 16, 2019.
Live PD: Police Patrol Season 6 Release Date
A&E Live PD: Police Patrol Premiere Date: Unfortunately, Live PD: Police Patrol ended/cancelled after 5 seasons on A&E. Visit our Cancelled Shows page to see all cancelled series. You can also check out our Scorecards section to see all recent cancellation and renewals.We may earn commission for purchases made through links in this post